The Redskins' 2012 season was an interesting one to say the least, filled with a plethora of highs and lows. Things got rolling when the team traded three first-round draft picks and a second-rounder for the right to draft QB Robert Griffin III second overall last April. Few analysts questioned Griffin's ability, but the staggering cost to acquire him had many second-guessing the Redskins. While Griffin didn't disappoint on the field, the team struggled to win consistently out of the gate, opening the season 3-6.
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