Jordan Love, after three years, is finally entering Week 1 as the Green Bay Packers’ starting quarterback.

Love may have just 83 passing attempts under his belt, but he’s already commanded the respect from “everybody” in the locker room.

The Packers moved on from Aaron Rodgers after 18 seasons, giving the keys to their 2020 first-round pick. But no matter what kind of questions they face, the team is already standing by Love, says running back A.J. Dillon.

Jordan Love at OTAs

Jordan Love #10, of the Green Bay Packers, participates in an OTA practice session at Don Hutson Center on May 31, 2023, in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin.  (Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

“I think he definitely has all the intangibles. He’s earned the trust of the locker room,” Dillon told SiriusXM NFL Radio. “Guys respect him. Guys wanna play for him. Guys wanna help him as much as they wanna help themselves. Nothing’s perfect in football, everybody knows that. I think he’s got a lot of support. Everybody would run through a wall for him.”

Love has played in 10 career games, starting just once in 2021. He’s now the guy, as Rodgers is a New York Jet.

He will have Dillon and Aaron Jones in his backfield with a receiving corps led by sophomore Christian Watson, who proved to be a real weapon after early struggles.