The Packers were widely expected to invest heavily in pass catchers during the 2020 NFL Draft given the talent depth at the position and the need to support quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
But Green Bay caught many fans by surprise with its decision to take no wide receivers with its nine picks, leading to frustration. As the non-receiver announcements continued to roll in during Day 3 of the draft Saturday, the angst boiled over on social media.
Here's a list of who the Packers went with:
Round 1, Pick No. 26: Jordan Love, QB, Utah State
Round 2, Pick No. 62: AJ Dillon, RB, Boston College
Round 3, Pick No. 94: Josiah Deguara, TE, Cincinnati
Round 5, Pick No. 175: Kamal Martin, ILB, Minnesota
Round 6, Pick No. 192: Jon Runyan, G, Michigan
Round 6, Pick No. 208: Jake Hanson, C, Oregon
Round 6, Pick No. 209: Simon Stepaniak, OT, Indiana
Round 7, Pick No. 236: Vernon Scott, S, TCU
Round 7, Pick No. 242: Jonathan Garvin, DE, Miami
Before the draft, Rodgers expressed hope (and some attitude) regarding the direction the Packers would take. He wanted outside help to prevent defenses from keying in only on Davante Adams.
"We haven't picked a skill player in the first round in 15 years," Rodgers told the Pat McAfee Show, "so that would be kind of cool."
Many Packers fans, loyal to their favorite signal-caller, used Twitter to tell the team how they felt about no receivers being selected.
It wasn't pretty, though it was pretty funny.
A selection of the tweets, which escalated as the draft progressed: