NFL Draft Grades: NFC East Teams Having A Great Draft (Video)

The 2012 NFL Draft has gone through the first three rounds, and now we move on to the third day of the draft with Rounds 4-7. The NFC East has had some major movement in the first three rounds, with the Redskins trading up for Robert Griffin III and the Cowboys moving up to select Morris Claiborne. SB Nation's YouTube crew handed out video analysis of the NFC East in the NFL Draft.

Check out SB Nation's NFL Draft grades, and view the video for more analysis.
Redskins: Getting Robert Griffin III changes everything. If the gamble works out, as I think it will, it's easily worth the risk.

Cowboys: Adding Morris Claiborne is huge, and it came at a reasonable price.

Giants: Adding Rueben Randle at the end of Round 2 was a steal. His talent level is much better than that. David Wilson is a nice pick, too. GM Jerry Reese gets the benefit of the doubt that this will work out.

Eagles: Not a bad mix on defense. Fletcher Cox helps on the inside, Mychal Kendricks is a solid value in Round 2 and Vinny Curry adds to the pass rush. Nick Foles is a nice developmental project. Good draft.

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NFL Draft 2012: NFC East Day 2 Grades (via sbnation)

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