The New England Patriots have been one of the most unpredictable teams in the 2020 NFL Draft, so it probably won't surprise you to hear that their unpredictable ways continued during the fifth round on Saturday when they selected a kicker, which is mostly notable, because the Patriots still haven't taken a quarterback. 

As everyone knows, the Patriots are in dire need of adding a quarterback, but apparently, they've decided they have much more pressing needs and they filled one of those during the fifth round when they selected former Marshall kicker Justin Rohrwasser with the 159th overall pick. The pick marks the first time in 14 years that the Patriots have drafted a placekicker. The last time it happened came in 2006 when they selected Stephen Gostkowski in the fourth round. 

Gostkowski ended up playing 15 seasons with the Patriots and became the team's all-time leading scorer before being cut this offseason, so the fact that the Patriots selected a kicker made sense, because they do need one. However, the fact that they selected a kicker before taking a quarterback had everyone confused on Twitter, especially since Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm was still on the board (Fromm ended up going 167th overall to Buffalo). 

Here's a small sample of tweets from people who were confused by the Patriots strategy. 

One thing we do know is that the Patriots do eventually plan to add a third quarterback -- and we know that because Nick Caserio mentioned it on Friday -- it just might not be happening in the draft. 

As for Rohrwasser, his pick was a surprise on multiple levels. The biggest surprise is that he was the first kicker off the board. The former Marshall kicker wasn't even viewed as one of the top-five kickers in the draft, so it was a total shock to see him go first. Former Georgia kicker Rodrigo Blankenship and former Georgia Southern kicker Tyler Bass were widely viewed as the two best kickers in the draft. 

The one thing Rohrwasser does extremely well is directional kickoffs, which is something Bill Belichick loves, and that might explain why the Patriots made Rohrwasser the first kicker off the board. During his final year at Marshall, Rohrwasser hit 85.7% of his field goals, which is well above his college career average of 77.4%.

The longest kick Rohrwasser's came from 53 yards and it also might have been his most impressive. During an October game against Western Kentucky, Rohrwasser drilled a walk-off game-winner. 

Rohrwasser is also a big fan of "do your job" motto, which means he'll likely fit right in with the Patriots. 

To follow each and every pick in the 2020 NFL Draft through our draft tracker, be sure to click here. If you're scoring at home, the Patriots have now selected a Division II player, two tight ends and a kicker -- but no quarterback -- among their picks in the draft so far.