Green Bay Packers Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

When new Green Bay Packers starting quarterback Jordan Love began the season, it looked like he was going to be just fine as a replacement for future Hall of Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers. But over the past few games, Love has not inspired all that much confidence and one particularly brutal stat highlights that.

As Bleacher Report pointed out on Sunday, Jordan Love was pretty dominant in his first two games leading the Green Bay Packers, throwing for six touchdowns and no interceptions. But that has since changed in his last four games.

In his past four games with the Packers, Love has not been nearly as effective through the air, throwing just four touchdowns in four games along with seven interceptions – averaging nearly two interceptions per game.

It’s a pretty brutal turn of events for Love and the Packers’ starter after what looked like such a strong start to his season, and the NFL world had a lot to say about it on social media as a result.

Love and the Packers will have a chance to get back on track this week when they host the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday afternoon for a divisional showdown. We’ll have to see how he performs.

[Bleacher Report]