Week 11 went just about as good as it could have for the Detroit Lions. A divisional win over the Chicago Bears, a Minnesota Vikings loss in prime time and now entering Week 12 with a comfortable 2.5 game lead in the NFC North.
It wasn't Jared Goff's brightest game by any means, as he turned the ball over in embarrassing fashion a couple of times. But, the Lions pulled off a close win.
Speaking of Goff, although he had a tough outing against Chicago, how does he currently stack up with the rest of the NFC North quarterbacks? Let's check in on some quarterback power rankings, starting with, by far and away, the worst in the division.
4. Jordan Love, Green Bay Packers
The Packers may have narrowly won on Sunday over a mediocre Chargers team, but Jordan Love is still the worst quarterback in the division. He continues to rank toward the bottom of the league in completion percentage at only 59.7. His sporadic play has not been enough for the Packers to consistently win this season, and to be honest, Green Bay could look at other options next offseason.
On the season, Love has the worst rating out of all NFC North quarterbacks (83.8) and has thrown the most interceptions as well, with 10. His average yards per attempt (6.9) are below Justin Fields, his QBR sits at just 47.4 and to top it off, he doesn't look like he and the Packers are going to turn things around this season.
Instead, Love is a below average quarterback on an average football team. It's pretty plain and simple to see. When you're being outplayed by guys like Baker Mayfield and Gardner Minshew, that's saying something. Love may have gotten a one-year extension last offseason, but the Packers should certainly be thinking about life after Love.