The Redskins picked a good year to be bad. Thanks to a lousy record in 2011, they were able to trade up and get the second overall pick. And then took Robert Griffin III. And then avoided needing to look for a quarterback this spring.
It's a lousy year to need a quarterback.
"I don't think there's any quarterback worthy of going that high," ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper said.
He's not alone in...