Jordan Love, the former Utah State Aggies quarterback, continued his impressive form by leading the Green Bay Packers to a significant win against the Kansas City Chiefs in Sunday Night Football. The game, hosted at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, showcased Love’s stellar three-touchdown performance.
In a recent article by BNN Breaking, Love kickstarted the Packers’ scoring with a one-yard touchdown pass to Ben Sims, giving Green Bay an early 7-0 advantage. He maintained his momentum, connecting with Christian Watson for two more touchdowns, one in the second quarter and another in the third, solidifying the Packers’ lead.
Despite a determined effort from the Chiefs, including a fourth-quarter touchdown, the Packers held strong. They added two field goals and successfully contained Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs offense in the final moments of the game.
Love completed the night with an impressive stat line: 25 out of 36 passes for 267 yards and three touchdowns, earning a 118.6 rating. He also contributed 10 yards on the ground over two carries.
This victory marks Love’s continued ascent this season, having already thrown for 2,599 yards, 19 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions in the first 12 weeks. The win brings the Packers’ season record to an even 6-6.
Looking ahead, the Packers will face the New York Giants on the road in their next game, scheduled for Monday, December 11, at 6:15 p.m. MDT, broadcasted on ABC/ESPN+.