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Packers brass not rushing to make decision on Jordan Love’s future amid team’s overall struggles

The 2023 season for the Green Bay Packers has been turbulent as off late. The team is in the midst of a four game losing streak, and the offense has largely struggled this year.

General manager Brian Gutekunst does not appear to be in a rush to make a decision on whether quarterback Jordan Love is progressing. Gutekunst pointed out that the issues with the offense as a whole makes it much more challenging to evaluate Love’s first full season as a starting quarterback.

The Packers total offense ranks 25th through the first eight weeks of the season. The offense has failed to find its way into the end zone in the first half for five consecutive games. Green Bay are currently 2-5 and in third place in the NFC North division.

He has faded since, throwing a combined seven interceptions and four touchdown passes during the Packers’ four-game skid. The entire offense has struggled, showing its inexperience.

“That’s kind of the makeup of our team right now,” Love said. “We have a lot of young guys, and that’s the plan, to be able to build this thing and go in the right direction. We all knew it was going to take time. It wasn’t going to be perfect right off the bat. Obviously, at this point, it’s still a work in progress. We’re still working and building to that every day, trying to get better as a unit and as a group. Yeah, it’s a little slower to start than we expected.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Chantz Martin is a sports writer for Fox News Digital.

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