This would definitely be the most creative of moves that the Packers could make on draft day. In fact, some might even label this move as more crazy than creative.
However, the creativity of not drafting a defensive player in the first two rounds is that the Packers would be building the best possible offense they could. As we all know, the way to cover a mediocre defense is by having an absolutely dominant offense.
As an example, let's say the Packers drafted wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. in the first round and tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins in the second round. They would now have five legitimately dangerous weapons for quarterback Aaron Rodgers to throw to. Combine that with a ground game that is led by Eddie Lacy and it's easy to imagine the Packers putting 30-plus points on the board every single game.
Would this type of move hurt the chance to improve the defense? Sure, but we also need to remember that the Packers dealt with an extremely high number of injuries on that side of the football.
Maybe the Packers feel good about what Julius Peppers will bring to the defense and moving B.J. Raji back to nose tackle. Maybe they feel good with the idea of Micah Hyde playing safety alongside Morgan Burnett.
By making their offense nearly unstoppable, the Packers could simply outscore all of their opponents and not depend entirely on their defense completely stopping opposing offenses.