Week 1's highest performer was Packers' Jordan Love.

Rich Eisen, who has been the face of NFL Network ever since he started working for the company in 2003

recently compiled a list of the players who impressed him the most during the first week of the preseason. Jordan Love

against the Cincinnati Bengals in which he completed 7 of 10 passes for 46 yards and a score.

 which he undoubtedly wishes he could have back, and another on a screen.

Love's two missed field goal attempts came on long-range attempts: 

 recently compiled a list of the players who impressed him the most during the first week of the preseason.

 had a performance against the Cincinnati Bengals in which he completed 7 of 10 passes for 46 yards and a score.

one on a crosser to tight end Luke Musgrave, which he undoubtedly wishes he could have back, and another on a screen.

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