Jordan Love Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love (10) shakes hands with fans following the Packers victory over the Chicago Bears during their football game Sunday, January 7, 2024, at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis. The Packers defeated the Bears 17-9.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love is preparing to start in his first postseason game this weekend against the Dallas Cowboys. But ahead of the matchup, Love performed a good deed that was not unnoticed by fans who learned of it on social media.

The Green Bay area is in the midst of a blizzard that has drastically affected many and will continue to do so for the majority of the weekend.

One Packers fan in particular felt the effects of this, which led to her car being buried in a snow drift. Luckily, Jordan Love was there to save the day.

Allie Kurowski, a Packers fan, posted a picture that her niece took with Love, claiming that Love helped her niece get her car out of the snow drift.

“Omg Jordan Love helping my niece out of a snow drift… What can’t he do? That’s my qb,” Kurowski tweeted.

The post has since gone viral with 2.9 million views on Twitter/X, with many fans offering a ton of praise to Love for his generosity.

It sure seems like the Packers have a pure class act at the quarterback position for years to come. And his skills on the field have also been pretty superb as well.

In his first year as the Packers starter, Love has excelled, throwing for 4,159 yards with 32 yards and only 11 interceptions. More importantly, he has positioned his team to compete in the postseason.

Only time will tell whether Love can help propel his team to an upset victory over the Cowboys on Sunday. Regardless, it sure seems like he is already beloved by the Packers fanbase, which this latest act will only help with.

[Allie Kurowski on Twitter/X]

About Reice Shipley

Reice Shipley is a staff writer for Comeback Media that graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Sports Media. He previously worked at Barrett Sports Media and is a fan of all things Syracuse sports.