3. Jordan Love, QB
The quarterback will touch the ball every single play (unless it’s wildcat). It’s the most important position in football.
Last Sunday, Jessie Bates welcomed Bryce Young to the NFL, this week could be more of the same. The Packers enjoy the same sort of crossing, in breaking routes that the Panthers did.
Love will be scanning for the NFC Defensive Player of the Week, but he’s going to have to put the ball in the air eventually.
Combine Bates, Terrell, and hopefully Okudah, subduing an injured Packers receiving core, and we will see the question "Are the Falcons for real?" across national media.