From Patrick Ramsey to Mark Brunell to Jason Campbell to the duo of Rex Grossman and John Beck, the Washington Redskins have had a revolving door of subpar starting quarterbacks over the past decade.
That was why the Redskins had to trade up, even at a very steep price, to draft the second of two elite quarterback prospects in the 2012 NFL draft—Baylor’s Robert Griffin III.
While the Redskins’ poor history at the quarterback position made it clear that trading up for RG3 was the move they should make, giving up many draft picks in the process made it crucial that they take advantage of the remainder of their draft selections.
Did they manage to address their other needs and find value through the rest of the draft?
Read through the following slides to find out.