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Jordan Love Continues Packers’ Winning Ways Against Bears


Aaron Rodgers may have merely been a joint owner of the Chicago Bears, as it turns out Jordan Love seems to have taken something with him when he left Soldier Field.

Fresh quarterback for the Green Bay Packers. The gloomy Bears are the same.

Love began his tenure in a similar manner to how Aaron Rodgers did two years prior on the same field following a Packers victory over their NFC North rivals. Rodgers had said, “I still own you,” to the Bears’ supporters at that time.

A 38-20 victory delivered a clear statement in the first game following Rodgers’ departure.

These are Love’s Packers right now, regardless of whether he has a 15-year streak left in him to follow 30 years of Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre.

Although it was the Packers’ tenth straight victory over the Bears, the victory felt much more significant.

“There’s a big-time belief in that locker room for Jordan Love,” Packers coach Matt LaFleur said. “I think the guys, they’re going to rally around him. They’re excited for him. They love him. They respect him. He comes to work every day, great attitude, great energy. I think you saw that today.”

It was audible both outside and inside the Packers’ locker room doors. When Love received the game ball, there was an uproar.

“It’s definitely been a long time coming for me, three years as a backup,” Love said. “Just watching, learning and growing, seeing this team work, it feels good to be out there leading those guys and be out there playing with them finally and coming out with a dub is just what we wanted.”

Love scored on the first possession, making it appear simple at first. Romeo Doubs was opened up by his double pump and the quarterback displayed patience in the pocket before hitting him on a crosser for an 8-yard touchdown.

It then appeared to be a struggle. At the break, the score stood at 10-6.

Then, it appeared to be a classic LaFleur offense. Jones finished the drive with a 1-yard touchdown run after converting a dubious screen throw into a 51-yard catch and run. The Packers were up 24-6 when Jones caught an option route for a 35-yard touchdown on a fourth-and-3 play.

After Love fumbled a snap but recovered to strike rookie tight end Luke Musgrave for a 37-yard throw, Doubs’ second touchdown came on a wonderfully timed 4-yard fade, giving the quarterback his third score and a 31-14 advantage. He has thrown three touchdown passes up to that time in Week 1 of the NFL season.

Love completed 15 of 27 throws for 245 yards without a turnover, with significant help from Jones, who had 127 yards and two scores on 13 catches before a tight hamstring ended his day.

Christian Watson, possibly their most explosive receiver, wasn’t present. Even though Jones said he could have continued to play, LaFleur may have shut down Jones early since he was sidelined with a hamstring ailment.

Love performed particularly well on third and fourth downs when the game was on the line, going 8 of 10 times and converting seven of those into first downs.

On Sunday, just one statistic really mattered for Love: the score of 1-0.

Although Rodgers’ record against the Bears is far from perfect (24-5), cornerback Jaire Alexander noted that “[The] Pack is back.”

Or maybe it was always there simply because Rodgers departed the area for the New York Jets.

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