Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 690 - The 12 Things I Learned Watching Jordan Love's 2018 Tape

On today's show, Andy Herman gives you his 12 biggest takeaways from watching as much 2018 Jordan Love film as he could possibly find. Don't miss it!

On today's show, Andy Herman gives you his 12 biggest takeaways from watching as much 2018 Jordan Love film as he could possibly find. Don't miss it!

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Andy is a graduate of UW-Oshkosh and owns & operates the Pack-A-Day Podcast. Andy has taken multiple courses in NFL scouting and is an Editor for Packer Report. You can find him on WFRV's Green Bay Nation and every Friday on the Friday Film Room on WDUZ . Andy grew up in Green Bay and is a lifelong season ticket holder - follow him on Twitter @AndyHermanNFL!

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Tabin's picture

June 15, 2020 at 12:53 pm

You should watch the 2019. The take aways are very different.

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Turophile's picture

June 15, 2020 at 02:43 pm

Doesn't mean you ignore the 2018 tape though. You need to learn why 2019 didn't go as 2018 did (like the loss of skill offensive players and almost all of the O line).

I think his faults are correctable, especially as he is sitting for a year (or most likely two years) behind the most interception-averse QB ever.

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Tabin's picture

June 15, 2020 at 05:21 pm

You are right about 2019. Waht i don´t understand is why some people ignore the 2019 tape. Love has clear flaws but the only one that worries me is his lack of mental speed to process defense. I think that is the biggest reason for a QB to fail in the NFL. Take the QB from 2 years ago, Mayfield, Darnold and Allen. They all have struggle with the speed of NFL offense, except for Lamar Jackson because the Ravens attack is addapted to his skills. Kizer couldn´t adapt to the NFL speed and is out of the league. To me he looked on tape at least as good as Love.

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Stroh's picture

June 16, 2020 at 09:02 pm

You thought Kiser looked as good as Love? Well that tells us not to bother reading you! Geez, did you even notice that Kizer couldn't win in college w/ a roster that was littered w/ NFL talent? He was a loser in college! So he's going to be a Loser in the NFL.

You just invalidated anything you said w/ that last sentence. It made the rest of your comment completely meaningless and makes any future comments highly suspect!

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Leatherhead's picture

June 16, 2020 at 10:25 am

I think we’re trying to build a team that can win without a HOF QB. We’re looking for a guy who can run the offense.

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Turophile's picture

June 15, 2020 at 02:40 pm

A very enjoyable and informative listen, Andy.

Despite the odds always being against a QB taken late in the first round (#26th) becoming a good starter-level guy, I feel pretty good about Love.............and what Andy has to say just reinforces that.

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bjkdad44's picture

June 15, 2020 at 04:29 pm

What was Rodger’s? 24th (I think)

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Lphill's picture

June 15, 2020 at 09:42 pm

Loves negatives according to scouts are why he was available when the Packers took him , if they didn’t nobody was taking him in the first round.

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Turophile's picture

June 16, 2020 at 03:16 am

Did you see the quote from the Chiefs (drafting at #32) after the draft ?

Bearing in mind that the Packers were originally drafting two spots before the Chiefs, their (the Chiefs) GM said that they were getting several calls from other teams wanting to move up...........but as soon as the Packers moved up to take Love (at #26), no more calls. What does that suggest to you ?

Weighing that comment on one side, let's look at the other side, ie your assertion. Since Love was gone at #26, how can you possibly know Love was NOT going to be taken in round one after #26 ? You can't, it's just a guess you made to push your agenda that he isn't worth a first.

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Coldworld's picture

June 16, 2020 at 11:54 am

It amazes me how many seem to want him to fail. To those who cite 2019 as negating 2018, I have yet to see a rational why, based on a season long sample, there is the assumption that 2018 was apparently such an anomaly.

The fact is any QB can be a failure: no guarantees. But Love would not have fallen to us if 2019 had looked like 2018, as even his detractors agree. Lets leave aside the possible factors out there that have been put forward as an explanation and hope that the 2018 version will resurface and translate to the NFL.

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nostradanus's picture

June 16, 2020 at 07:21 am

Very enjoyable Andy! I always enjoy Pack-A-Day! Keep them coming!

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

June 29, 2020 at 11:41 am

Great job Andy as usual!

I listened to your review of Jordan Love from 2019 this morning intentionally before listening to the 2018 review.

I for one am extremely excited that Gutey had the intestinal fortitude and confidence to draft Love when he did. When you have a shot at a top talent at the most important position in professional sports you take it. There is always risk drafting regardless of round. The risk/reward for what the Pack gave up was so lopsided in my opinion that Gutey should get an award. Love with his talent should have a 15-20 year long career barring a career ending type injury. More than double or three times as long as whomever the Packers likely would have taken at either the 26th pick, and/or with the 4th rounder. Cant wait to see the three QB's in camp side by side throwing passes. I may even have to pick up Love's jersey. Just have a great feeling...

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