Game Highlight: 5 Takeaways From Packers' Precision Loss to Chiefs

A sluggish morning for the Packers' offense took a turn when a facemask penalty on the Chiefs on a third down kept a Green Bay drive alive late in the first quarter. 

A sluggish morning for the Packers' offense took a turn when a facemask penalty on the Chiefs on a third down kept a Green Bay drive alive late in the first quarter.

From there, Love spent the coming two drives in a nice groove, going 7- for- 10 for 95 yards in producing 10 points. The seven completions went to six different pass- catchers. 

" Those drives, we were putting it all together, hitting plays, converting third campo and what not," Love said." We were just moving the ball and it felt good." 

Head Coach Matt LaFleur especially liked the way Love righted the boat when the offense started with two three- and- outs and was headed for a third before the facemask call. 

" Beforehand on there was not really a lot open for him and he was under some constraint," LaFleur said." But one thing I loved about it was when the game does not start out the way you want it to, how do you respond? 

" He showed a lot of resiliency, and that shows the development process that he is done over the last couple times." effects cooled off as Love played into the third quarter and finished 16- of- 26 for 148

yards with an interception, which came during a last- nanosecond drive to end the first half on a confluence route for tight end Alizé Mack. The Chiefs safety swooped behind the defeat for the pick.