NFC North QB Rankings: Jordan Love sliding fast

Has Justin Fields done enough to overtake Jordan Love?
Chicago Bears, Jordan Love
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Well, what a weekend it was for Chicago Bears fans. The Bears kicked off Week 5 with a dominant win over the Washington Commanders on Thursday night, and the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers took one in the loss column.

Better yet, Justin Fields took another step forward. He looked downright unstoppable on Thursday night, as D.J. Moore went for the game of his life and the Bears' offense put up 40 points.

Week 5 came to a close with the Packers falling to the lowly Las Vegas Raiders, and Jordan Love struggling mightily. Speaking of Love, he kicks off our fresh quarterback power rankings heading into Week 6.

4. Jordan Love, Packers

After a rough Monday night outing against the Las Vegas Raiders, Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love fell all the way to the bottom of our rankings. Love finished the game 16-of-30 passing for 182 yards and three interceptions; no touchdowns.

Love's inaccuracy has been his biggest question mark to begin the year, with his completion percentage ranking toward the bottom of the league. In fact, among starting quarterbacks, Love's 55.6 percent completion ranks dead last.

This stat, above by Warren Sharp, just further proves the point that Love is far from a finished product in terms of accuracy and ball placement. Since Week 1 against the Bears, Love has struggled in a big way. It turns out, facing one of the league's worst defenses is the perfect way to trick people into believing you're an NFL starting quarterback.

The Packers offense looks broken, and should have had much better luck against the Raiders. Instead, they fell flat. Love has a ways to go, and until he proves otherwise, this is where he belongs.