GREEN BAY – The Packers hadn't scored a touchdown on their opening drive of the game since Week 1 in Chicago.
So breaking that drought at Pittsburgh is worth Chevy Drive of the Week recognition.
Green Bay already was down seven points with the Steelers scoring on their opening drive, but the Packers answered immediately, going 69 yards in 10 plays to even things up.
Two plays after that, Love bought time in the pocket and found WR Dontayvion Wicks for 23 yards and a first down at the Pittsburgh 22-yard line. Then a 6-yard completion to TE Tucker Kraft and two runs by RB AJ Dillon covering 8 yards preceded the touchdown, which came on third-and-7 from the Pittsburgh 8.
WR Romeo Doubs reached up to haul in Love's throw to the back corner of the end zone, toe-tapping in bounds to get the Packers on the board.