Love finally got his opportunity to start for the Packers in 2021 when Aaron Rodgers was out on the COVID list and he struggled against a blitz-heavy defensive game plan. Love's dual threat skill set makes him an intriguing flyer in Dynasty leagues, but unless an injury leads to more playing time, he's best left off your rosters in redraft formats.
In the wake of Rodgers' COVID vaccination status last year, Jordan Love saw his first career start. In that outing, he went 19-of-34 for 190 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in a loss to the Chiefs. He underwhelmed, causing NFL fans to point even more fingers at the Packers for their head-scratching first-round draft selection in 2020. Now heading into Year 3 of his NFL career, he's in "Break in Case of Emergency" territory for the Packers. With Kurt Benkert and Danny Etling as the only other quarterbacks on the current roster, Love will be the second-stringer again. Benkert and Etling will likely be cut or demoted to the practice squad before Week 1.