2012 NFL Draft: Trading Up for Robert Griffin III Is a Must for These 5 Teams

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2012 NFL Draft: Trading Up for Robert Griffin III Is a Must for These 5 Teams

The 2012 NFL Draft talk has been dominated by Standford quarterback Andrew Luck.

However, several scouts are saying that Baylor quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III is just as good of a prospect as Luck.

There are rumors coming out that the Indianapolis Colts have already settled on taking Andrew Luck with the number one overall pick. However, that leaves the rest of the draft wide open for "RGIII."

We know that the St. Louis Rams are going to most likely draft anything but a quarterback with the number two overall pick. That leads us to the Minnesota Vikings at three, who have said they are willing to listen to any offers (via profootballtalk.com).

This leaves the door wide open for teams to jump up to three to grab the consensus number two quarterback in the draft.

Here are five teams that should be considering making that bold move.  

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