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NFL fans still can’t believe the Packers wasted a pick on Jordan Love.
NFL fans continue to react to the insanity of the Packers using a first-round pick on Jordan Love in 2020.
The Green Bay Packers look nearly unstoppable and are back in the NFC Championship Game after taking down the Los Angeles Rams Saturday evening.
Fans react in ongoing disbelief over the Love selection.
The Packers could have taken a wide receiver or literally anyone who was ready to contribute to the team in 2020. Instead, they saw Love as a player they just couldn’t pass up and put Rodgers’ time in Green Bay on the clock. Naturally, he went out and had the best season of anyone in the NFL.
Imagine if the Packers had drafted Tee Higgins or Laviska Shenault or Michael Pittman Jr. or KJ Hamler or Chase Claypool instead of Jordan Love lol Sheesh — Jedi Master Mario Vetanze (@MileHighMario) January 16, 2021.
Rodgers now has the Packers back in the NFC title game for the second straight season and is showing no signs of slowing down at the age of 37. He threw for 296 yards and two touchdowns Saturday in the win over the Rams and even ran for a score as well.
I think Jordan Love may be the greatest draft pick in Packers history! Rodgers is on another level again! #litafire #pissedhimoff — Kyle Salyards (@Salyards13) January 17, 2021.
If the Packers win the Super Bowl I think that makes Jordan Love the greatest draft pick of all time. — Haakon Meland (@HaakonMeland14) January 17, 2021.
There is the argument to make that the Packers took Love and are still fighting for a Super Bowl, so his selection didn’t tank the season. However, there will be plenty of other quarterbacks to take in the coming years if Rodgers can continue to look great for 3-5 more years.
The Packers WR corps dropping passes really hammers home what a great pick Jordan Love was in the first round. You simply must have a backup for your MVP quarterback during playoff time. — Robert Wilson 🏈 (@TheFFGator) January 16, 2021.
So if the Packers win the Super Bowl, do they trade Aaron Rodgers or sit a first-round pick (Jordan Love) for the second straight year? — Jeff Schultz (@JeffSchultzATL) January 16, 2021.
Next up for Rodgers is a showdown against either Tom Brady or Drew Brees with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line. Players like Love may be ready to play, but the old guard at quarterback in the NFC are out to prove they aren’t done yet.


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Former NFL coach Rex Ryan said Sunday he was not a fan of the Green Bay Packers selecting Jordan Love as the No. 26 pick of the draft with Aaron Rodgers still the starting quarterback.
Ryan, who is now an NFL analyst on ESPN, said on “Sunday NFL Countdown” that the pick was “ridiculous.”
“The most ridiculous thing I’ve seen in the 50 years I’ve watched the draft,” the former New York Jets head coach said, according to The Spun.
Rodgers opened up about the Love pick in July on NFL Network host Kyle Brandt’s podcast.
“When they traded up, I definitely perked up a little bit,” Rodgers said. “And then I got a text – because everything is so delayed. I got a text from my agent, my marketing agent, who I love, and he just texted ‘quarterback.’ I was like, ‘Oh, wow. OK.’”
Green Bay Packers' Jordan Love watches Aaron Rodgers throw during NFL football practice Friday, Sept. 4, 2020, in Green Bay, Wis. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
The Packers quarterback said he mixed in some tequila with his scotch drinking.
“I love scotch, but I’ve been drinking some sipping tequila as well,” he said. “Once I got that text I went to the pantry, I poured myself about four fingers, and I knew it was going to be one of those nights where people were going to start calling and there was going to be the, ‘Hey, is everything fine? You OK?’ ‘Yeah, I’m fine.’
“Like I said, I wasn’t elated by the pick, especially being one game away from the Super Bowl and feeling like we’re a couple players away, but at the same time I understand it’s a business. I know the reality.”
Rodgers led the Packers to a 13-3 season and an NFC Championship game appearance. He threw for 4,002 yards and 26 touchdown passes. It still appears he has more left in the tank.


Why Green Bay’s selection of Utah State quarterback Jordan Love is seen as a controversial move.
“Outside opinions don’t really matter to me,” Jordan Love said of any detractors, hours after he was taken with the 26th overall pick by the Packers in the 2020 NFL draft.
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In this still image from video provided by the NFL, Jordan Love listens on his headphones during the NFL football draft Thursday, April 23, 2020, in Bakersfield, Calif. Love was drafted by the Green Bay Packers during the first round, a move that has been met by skepticism around the NFL. NFL via Associated Press.
SALT LAKE CITY — Jordan Love understands there will be some negative responses from Green Bay fans and people around the NFL after the Packers traded up late Thursday night to snag the former Utah State quarterback with the No. 26 pick in the 2020 NFL draft’s first round.
After all, the Packers are well-set at the quarterback position with two-time NFL MVP, Super Bowl champ and eight-time Pro Bowler Aaron Rodgers leading the Green Bay offense.
“Obviously they know what they’re doing with the Packers and (they) took a chance on me. For the most part, I’m just coming in, ready to work. Outside opinions don’t really matter to me,” Love said during a media conference call just hours after his selection.
It’s a “long-term decision,” Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst explained during a media conference call late Thursday.
“This was not something we set out to do,” he said. “He just happened to be a guy we liked who fell to us, and this was the best decision.”
Green Bay originally had the No. 30 selection before trading up four spots with Miami to snag Love, who will sign a reported four-year, $12.3 million contract, with $8.34 million paid out over the next two seasons, according to Spotrac.
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Rodgers went through a similar situation 15 years ago, sliding down the first round of the draft before the Packers took him at No. 24 in the 2005 draft. He developed behind another superstar quarterback, Brett Favre, for three years before taking over as the Packers’ starter, and it’s been Rodgers’s team ever since.
Green Bay has reached the postseason nine times since Rodgers took over at quarterback, including winning Super Bowl XLV and advancing to the NFC conference championship game last season.
Love was the first skill position player the Packers used a first-round pick on in 15 years, since they did the same with Rodgers.
“Aaron’s been around a long time and knows what we’re playing for right now,” Gutekunst said. “We have the best quarterback in the National Football League and we plan to have him for a while competing for championships.
“I think he’ll be a pro’s pro. He’s playing for legacy-type things, historic-type stuff. I know he’s very, very motivated.”
How did the rest of the NFL world judge the move? It’s been controversial. Part of that is because the Packers are in win-now mode, with Rodgers at age 36, and some have questioned whether the Packers should have drafted another offensive weapon for Rodgers with what’s seen as a deep wide receiver class.
Bleacher Report’s Brad Gagnon said the decision to draft Love could be “crippling” for the Packers organization, criticizing the price Green Bay paid to select the 6-foot-4, 224-pound quarterback.
“On Thursday night, a Green Bay team that fell a win short of the Super Bowl in 2019 and is trying to refuel for another run before the current championship window slams shut essentially decided that Love was worth both a first- and a fourth-round pick,” Gagnon wrote, while noting the Packers’ need to add wide receiver weapons beyond Davante Adams. “Now, a Packers team that was quiet in free agency is suffering from a severe lack of capital entering Day 2 of a draft that is loaded with talent at the receiver position.”
USA Today’s Mike Jones said Green Bay must take advantage of its remaining picks to find value at the wide receiver and tight positions.
“The Packers obviously won’t find out just how smart of a move this Love selection was until several years from now. But this move does put more pressure on team brass for the remainder of this draft,” he wrote.
And while the similarities in Rodgers’ and Love’s draft-night stories were a topic of conversation, CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora cautioned about labeling Love the next Rodgers.
“Newsflash: You have to be lucky and good to have a talent like Rodgers fall in your lap. The odds of it happening twice, and of any QB in this draft be as good as Rodgers — much less of Love being ever as good as Rodgers — are microscopic,” La Canfora wrote.
The Ringer’s Riley McAtee said the move to draft Love puts a clock on Rodgers’s time in Green Bay.
“The Packers have some time to try to sort out all of Love’s issues. Rodgers’s contract runs through 2023, and because of his massive deal, the soonest the Packers could move on from their future Hall of Fame quarterback is 2022,” McAtee wrote. “. But just like Favre’s ultimate parting with the Packers, a divorce with Rodgers could get ugly.”
That’s not to say the selection didn’t have its supporters.
ESPN’s Rob Demovsky opined that perhaps drafting a successor could light a fire under Rodgers and help extend Love’s career.
“If he can handle sitting — and he said Thursday night that he’s ‘going to take that time to be able to learn and grow as a player’ — then it could extend Love’s career on the back end,” Demovsky wrote. “He would save the wear and tear on his body early much like Rodgers did. He not only has the chance to learn from Rodgers but should benefit from a quarterback-driven head coach in (Matt) LaFleur, much like what Rodgers had with Mike McCarthy.”
Former Utah wide receiver Steve Smith Sr., who played 16 seasons in the NFL for Carolina and Baltimore and now works in sports broadcasting, preached patience for those questioning not just the long-term viability of the pick, but its short-term impact as well.
“They’re going to be able to give Aaron Rodgers more help,” Smith said during NFL Total Access, adding that “in the second and third round, teams are going to be wheeling and dealing to move up and get the guys that they really want.”
Smith also discussed the fact Love had three different offensive coordinators during his time in Logan, while emphasizing the quarterback will benefit from tutelage that can only be found at the pro level.
“Why not settle in with the gunslinger himself in Aaron Rodgers. He can learn so much by just watching. Aaron doesn’t have to speak with him. He can learn and absorb how he works. … I really think this is a positive thing for the Green Bay Packers moving forward,” Smith said.
Love, for his part, sounds ready to tune out the noise and start learning from a future Hall of Famer, even if it’s a process impacted right now by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
“Being able to be in Green Bay and be behind Aaron Rodgers, that’s one of the guys I grew up watching, learned how to do it from him,” Love said. “I would say that this is a really good situation to be in, not being thrown out there. I’m behind one of the great quarterbacks in the league. So just being able to sit behind him and learn, what’s better than that?”


2020 NFL Draft: Colts Select Linebacker Jordan Glasgow With 213th-Overall Pick.
The Indianapolis Colts today selected Michigan linebacker Jordan Glasgow with their sixth-round (213th-overall) pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.
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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts today selected Michigan linebacker Jordan Glasgow with their sixth-round (213th-overall) pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Glasgow, who turns 24 in June, stands at 6-foot-1 and weighs 226 pounds. The Aurora, Ill., native took over a starting job at linebacker as a redshirt senior in 2019, finishing with 89 total tackles (seven for a loss) with five sacks, two passes defensed, as well as a blocked kick.
Glasgow got on the radar with the Wolverines due to his special teams prowess. He earned Michigan's Special Teams Player of the Year award as a redshirt sophomore after finishing with 11 special teams stops; he had 12 special teams tackles as a redshirt freshman. As a junior in 2018, Glasgow started getting increased action on defense, and finished with 28 tackles (three for a loss) and two sacks.
"He uses his hands effectively to help elude or unglue from blockers and he's a card-carrying special teams ace," Zierlein writes.
Glasgow — whose brothers, Ryan (Cincinnati Bengals) and Graham (Denver Broncos) are also NFL players — adds his talents to a deep linebacker room for the Colts, and joins starters Darius Leonard, Anthony Walker and Bobby Okereke, as well as Matthew Adams, Zaire Franklin and Skai Moore.
As of now, Glasgow's selection is the Colts' final pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.




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