Robert Griffin III is back in the NFL, so let’s repick the QBs from the 2012 NFL Draft

The Ravens added the 2012 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year to their quarterback depth chart on Wednesday, with Robert Griffin III now backing up Joe Flacco, who happens to be the Super Bowl MVP from the 2012 season. Time flies quickly and life comes at you fast.

Add in Kirk Cousins signing a three-year, fully-guaranteed deal with the Vikings this offseason, and it’s a reminder of just how much the passage of time can change our outlook on a draft class. 

With that in mind, let’s fire up the Wayback Machine and dive into the 2012 NFL Draft class and take a look at the impressive class of quarterbacks, a group that has taken odd career turns. 

In fact, let’s redraft them as if the draft, which happened nearly six years ago, was happening today. That involves knowing everything about them and putting them in their current position. Risk, reward, ceiling, floor and injuries are all baked in.

1. Russell Wilson

No-brainer choice at the top of this draft. There is a huge gap, in my opinion, between Wilson and everyone else. He performed at an MVP level last year despite having five oversized matadors blocking for him, no running game and an offensive game plan that involved him taking snaps, spinning in circles a bunch and then

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