The Packers ended their 2022 preseason with a 17-10 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night at Arrowhead Stadium.

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

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

"Those drives, we put it together, hitting plays, converting third downs and what not," Love said. "We were just moving the ball and it looked good."

Head coach Matt LaFleur especially liked the way Love righted the ship when the offense started with two three-and-outs and went to third before the facemask call.

"We had some deadlines right there, so it's a situation I can learn from," Love said. "I was just trying to get the shot right there and forced the ball a little bit."