NFL Draft Grades: Redskins Win The NFC East (Video)

The 2012 NFL Draft is over, so now it's time to start handing out grades for each team. In the NFC East, the draft talk starts with the Washington Redskins, who moved up for Robert Griffin III. The Cowboys also moved up in Round 1, going from No. 14 to No. 16 to select the draft's top cornerback, Morris Claiborne. The Giants did what the Giants do, methodically selecting the best players available. As usual, GM Jerry Reese is being praised for his work. The Eagles moved up three spots in Round 1 to secure Fletcher Cox.

For the Redskins moving up to get RGIII, I say they're the winners of the draft among NFC East teams. That's a bold move and, if it works out, no one's going to remember the ransom they gave up to get him.

Check out our StoryStream compiling 2012 NFL Draft grades and be sure to check out our StoryStream breaking down every round of the draft. Visit SB Nation on YouTube for more NFL Draft grade videos.

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2012 NFL Draft Grades and Analysis: NFC East Edition (via sbnation)

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