From Patrick Ramsey to Mark Brunell to Jason Campbell towards the duo of Rex Grossman and John Beck, the Washington Redskins have experienced a turning door of subpar beginning quarterbacks in the last decade.

Which was why the Redskins needed to trade up, even in a very steep cost, to draft the 2nd of two elite quarterback prospects within the 2012 National football league draft-Baylor’s Robert Griffin III.

As the Redskins’ poor history in the quarterback position managed to get obvious that buying and selling up for RG3 was the move they ought to make, quitting many draft picks along the way managed to get crucial they make use of the all their draft choices.

Did they have the ability to address their other needs and discover value with the relaxation from the draft?

Go through the next 35mm slides to discover.

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