Noah has been called names such as "douchebag" and "greedy," and Bennett Jordan dubbed him a "juvenile" drama-starter who was like talking to a 14-year-old boy on the show.
Because she could sense the tension, Tayshia asked Bennett and Noah to join her on a two-on-one date, which ended with Tayshia eliminating Bennett. Tayshia, however, said she wasn't ready to give Noah a rose and needed more time to think.
Noah was prepared to learn his fate at the next Rose Ceremony along with most of the other men, but Bennett switched things up when he returned to the resort and told Tayshia that he was in love with her and wanted nothing more than to be with her.
Bennett may believe Noah lacks emotional intelligence, but Tayshia clearly thought Noah had enough wonderful qualities to keep him around at least a little longer.
Will Noah, Bennett or neither of them receive a rose in next week's set of The Bachelorette episodes? Could Noah end up being the guy of Tayshia's dreams or will another man win her over?
Until viewers can watch what happens next between Tayshia and Noah, let's learn a little bit about the suitor right now.
Below is a list of nine facts Reality TV World has compiled about Noah Erb.
Noah is one of 10 siblings and even has a twin brother named Aaron. Noah hopes to have a set of twins of his own someday along with a happy and healthy marriage.
Noah says his parents have set the example of what he wants in a future partner and how to treat a woman right.
Noah is an avid traveler and loves to get away
Noah has traveled quite a bit around the United States and has made international stops including Hawaii, Colombia, and the Philippines. He loves adventure such as biking, snowboarding and scubadiving.
A few of Noah's "favorites" worth mentioning
Noah enjoys golfing, fishing and spending time with his friends and family.
Noah's favorite superhero is Superman because he is strong, can fly and has incredible hair.
He also loves Pho, a soup made of beef or chicken broth and rice noodles.
"We got to see Bennett. He's funny, he's quirky, he's all these things -- but then he'll say stuff... and he was just very condescending and demeaning,'" Noah told The Bachelorette alums Rachel Lindsay and Becca Kufrin during an appearance on their Bachelor Happy Hour podcast earlier this month.
"When I saw that I was starting to be portrayed as the villain, honestly, I was annoyed at first. All of my friends and family thought it was hilarious because they know me, and they're like, 'Dude, you're kind of looking like a manipulative twerp... and we know you're not like that.'"
Noah apparently assured his loved ones that he was "fine" but found the situation "annoying."
"Their opinion matters more to me than people on Twitter who are ragging on me... To me, a lot of the stuff I said was left out," Noah said.
Noah clarified he was "never malicious or devious" in how he handled things with Tayshia and the other men and claimed it was never his intention to make Tayshia think the other guys were questioning her integrity.
Noah told Becca and Rachel that he just asked Tayshia to confirm she had given him a group-date rose because she liked him and wasn't just playing around with him, which is what some of the other guys had suspected.
"It exploded into something I didn't really intend," Noah said. "I didn't [know Tayshia would get so angry with the guys]."