NFC North QB power rankings after NFL draft

Where does Caleb Williams rank amongst his divisional peers?
Chicago Bears, Caleb Williams
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1. Jordan Love, Packers

As painful as this might be, we have to give credit where it's due. Looking at what Jordan Love did in his first full season as a starter for Green Bay, he surpassed all expectations. His final line was just a bit better than Goff's was for Detroit, and he also led his team to a playoff victory. It's hard to argue with the performance Love put on throughout the 2023 season.

It didn't start as well as Love would have liked, as he and the Packers endured a 4-game losing streak when they dropped to 2-5. In those four losses, Love threw just four touchdown passes to seven interceptions. However, he ended the season throwing multiple touchdown passes in eight of his last nine games.

Love ended the 2023 season throwing for 4,159 yards, 32 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He also ran for 247 yards and four scores.

The passing yardage and touchdowns would both qualify as franchise records in Chicago, of course, which no Bears fan likes to hear. But, again, we must give credit where credit is due.

Now, it's only a matter of time before Williams overtakes Love as the best quarterback in the division. Here's to hoping it's sooner rather than later.