We Won’t Hunt Too Many Ghosts Preparing For Jordan Love

jordanian lovecareer as starting quarterback for the packers starts this weekend and the Bears defense will be tasked with preventing him from a successful outing.

Bears defensive coordinator Alan Williams was asked Thursday about how the team is preparing the unit given the limited action Love has seen since entering the NFL in 2020. Love’s days at Utah State in They hope to find an edge, but they’ll delve into a mix of what they’ve traditionally done under head coach Matt LaFleur and what they’ve done this summer.

“What we try not to do is hunt too many ghostsWilliams said, via Jason Lieser of the Chicago Sun Times. “What we have to focus on is what Green Bay has done up to this point … and then look at Love in the preseason and see what she does well.”

While Love isn’t familiar with the Bears, they are used to facing Packers running backs. Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon and whatever the Packers want to do with Love will be more difficult if the Bears are able to limit Green Bay’s success running the ball.

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