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The question here isn't the pick, but the team.
Robert Griffin will be the second pick of the draft, but the Rams could trade the pick to a plethora of teams.
The Browns have the most ammo, though.
No team can compete with Cleveland's arsenal of picks. The Browns have two 2012 first-round picks, which is more valuable than a first-rounder in 2011 and 2012. So Cleveland gets the pick and their franchise quarterback.
After a decent rookie season, Colt McCoy was dreadful in 2011. The Browns' lack of offensive talent didn't help matters, but McCoy failed to succeed at the simplest of things, like reading a defense or throwing a five-yard slant.
Robert Griffin may not be a perfect fit in Pat Shurmur's West Coast offense, but he is talented enough to play in any scheme. After weighing in at 6'2", 223 pounds, Griffin's injury concerns aren't nearly as serious.
However, Griffin is track-star fast and throws a terrific deep ball. Physically, Griffin is good enough to be a superstar, and he's incredibly smart as well.