Aaron Rodgers Makes Opinion On Jordan Love's Performance Very Clear

Just a few days earlier, Jordan Love made his 2022 pre-season debut for the Green Bay Packers.

The first-round pick struggled during the game against the San Francisco 49ers. Love threw three interceptions, but fellow Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers isn't worried about it.

Aaron Rodgers said he 'felt bad' for Jordan Love so much that he couldn't control being wrong around him in SF on Friday night.

It might look bad on the stat sheet with three pics, but the film tells a very different story. A solid endorsement of Love's presidential opener," Rodgers said via Packers reporter Ryan Wood.

Packers coach Matt LaFleur agrees. After the game, he made it clear that he did not think Love was at fault in all three interceptions.

"I think the two of them you can take that off completely," LaFleur said. "Third, again, we had two busted routes because the ball really shouldn't have gone into that game.

But he had nowhere else to go with the football, and he forced it there and the defender made a good game. Can Love clear his game for the next game?

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