Jordan Love and the Green Bay Packers lost their third straight game on Sunday afternoon, falling to the Denver Broncos by a score of 19-17.
Love threw a crucial interception that sealed the deal for the Broncos late in the game, marking the second straight time Green Bay has lost a contest on a game-ending pick from Love.
Afterward, Love expressed the team’s frustrations throughout the losing streak.
“We all know it’s ups and downs, but everyone is very frustrated,” said Love, via Matt Schneidman of The Athletic. “We’ve got to find a way to win. We’ve got to find a way to win these games. We’ve been put in this position multiple times where it comes down to offense, you know, having to win the game, and we’ve not capitalized on that. … We’re not capitalizing on these end-of-game situations, and I think these situations are going to keep coming until we find a way to win.”
It’s not that Love was entirely subpar in the loss. He went 21-for-31 with 180 yards and a couple of touchdowns. However, throwing a critical fourth-quarter interception once again has to be incredibly deflating for both Love and the team.
Love got off to a solid start this season, leading the Packers to a 2-1 record and throwing seven touchdowns and just one interception over the first three weeks. Since then, Love has reversed course, recording three touchdowns and six picks over the last three games, all resulting in Green Bay losses.
On the season overall, Jordan Love has thrown for 1,263 yards while completing 57.5 percent of his passes and posting a passer rating of 79.4.
The Packers are 2-4 and will look to snap their recent skid when they host the Minnesota Vikings next weekend.