It's not hard to argue when people say the Green Bay Packers lost the draft. Of course the reality is, nobody will really have any idea until the season starts, but the Packers made a lot of questionable moves this weekend, and it's also very safe to say, Packers fans walked away with a lot more questions than they did answers.
The two biggest questions that Packers fans want answered is, why didn't Green Bay draft any wide receivers, and why did they draft a quarterback, when Green Bay still has their 36-year-old starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers?
The Packers believe that Rodgers and rookie quarterback Jordan Love will work well together, Packers head coach Matt LeFleur even believes that Rodgers will be a great mentor to Love. That very well could be true, but Peter King believes that Aaron Rodgers is very upset by the pick, and that leaves you wondering if Rodgers will be able to put aside his feelings and actually mentor Love.
Regardless, I'm sure Rodgers can't be happy with the overall draft. The Packers were in desperate need of wide receivers, and Green Bay drafted Rodger eventual replacement, a running back, and tight end who's seen as a project, and somebody who won't have a major impact on the Packers offense this season.
The Packers treated the 2020 NFL Draft like they were in a rebuild, and not like a team that was one game away from going to the Super Bowl before the San Francisco 49ers defeated them in the NFC Championship game.
In the video below, Ray Rauth from DPN Sports Talk, live on SportsCastr, took a deep dive into the Packers draft, including: why the Packers didn't take any wide receivers, what to expect from the rookies this season, and the dynamic between Aaron Rodgers and Jordan Love.