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So far this season, Green Bay Packers starting quarterback Jordan Love ranks at the bottom of the league in terms of completion percentage, completing just 56.1 percent of his passes this season. But Packers head coach Matt LaFleur does not sound too concerned about it.

During his press conference this week, Matt LaFleur acknowledged the accuracy struggles from Jordan Love so far this season, but he also had an explanation for why his completion percentage is so low.

“I think he’s come a long way in every [facet] in terms of the fundamentals of playing the position,” LaFleur said according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN. “I think that always leads to better accuracy. I know what the completion percentage is. Quite frankly, we’ve thrown the ball further downfield than we ever have here. We’ve taken less, probably, of those quick run alerts, which definitely impact your completion percentage, and then there’s been times where we’ve dropped balls that should have been caught. I think overall he’s done a pretty good job. Are there times when he could be a little bit better? Yeah, absolutely. But that’s everybody.”

We’ll have to see how Love continues to improve throughout his first season in the league.