Robert Griffin III posted crazy numbers at the recent scouting combine, shooting his draft stock through the roof.
Many have speculated that the Cleveland Browns could use Griffin as their quarterback next year, and the only way the team could make this move is by giving up a king's ransom for the No. 2 pick in the 2012 NFL draft.
Can the Browns be competitive if they stick with QB Colt McCoy?
Here's a draft scenario in which the team could field a playoff roster with the former Texas quarterback as its starter.
McCoy needs weapons around him, and these next few slides explain how the Browns could go about their draft and come away with talent and competency, without drafting Griffin.