The Green Bay Packers are beginning a new era at quarterback.
When you think of the Packers you think of legendary quarterbacks Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers.
But after trading Rodgers to the Jets this offseason, the Packers turned the reins over to Jordan Love.
Love is expected to be the quarterback of the future and he will be playing with high expectations.
Yet, Colin Cowherd does not believe in this Packers team at all.
He thinks the Packers have become “irrelevant” and are looking at six wins this season.
"I think we're going into what the Packers were in the 80's — kind of irrelevant."
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) June 7, 2023
The Packers have never been a team that rebuilds.
They have been in Super Bowl contention every season with Favre and Rodgers under center.
From 1992-2022, the Packers have had either Favre or Rodgers.
It is rare to have Hall-of-Fame quarterbacks on one team for that long.
Now, every Packers fan hopes Love can be the next legendary quarterback.
Cowherd mentioned how some of the headlines coming out about Love are less than enticing.
The team does not seem to have confidence in Love but they have nowhere else to turn.
He will get at least this season to show what he can do.
Love has played sparingly since being drafted in 2020.
He only has one career start, which was a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Now he is pressured to keep the Packers’ hopes alive.
If he does not perform well this season you can bet Green Bay will be looking for a new quarterback.NEXT: Packers WR Makes A Surprising Statement About Jordan Love