Class is back in session as I join NFL Lead Blogger Aaron Nagler for our weekly session of grading the NFL's rookie quarterbacks.
At the head of the class, once again, has to be Robert Griffin III, who threw for four touchdowns in his Redskins' Thanksgiving Day win against the Dallas Cowboys. Griffin has been called many things in his rookie season while wearing the burgundy and gold, and one is left to wonder if, by season's end, "Most Valuable Player" will be one of those titles bestowed upon him.
In addition to Griffin and his four other signal-calling classmates (Luck, Tannehill, Wilson and Weeden), a new student enters the mix in Philadelphia Eagles rookie Nick Foles. The seventh-rounder came out in relief of a concussed Michael Vick earlier this month, and the team's on-field response to the change has been...noticeable.
Aaron and I will grade Foles and the rest of the rookie class in our latest video. Check out our hot takes in the video above and leave your own grades in the comments below. As always, thanks for watching.