At some point, the Eagles are going to have to develop a long-range plan at the quarterback position. Barring injury, Michael Vick is in place as the team’s starting quarterback through at least the 2013 season, but then what? To say Vick is injury prone would be an understatement. And, as the Green Bay Packers are proving, the key to sustaining long-term success is having a long-term plan at quarterback.
While it’s seemingly a forgone conclusion that Andrew Luck will go with the top-pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, there’s a good chance that Baylor quarterback and newly named 2011 Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III will be on the board when the Eagles make their first selection. As the draft moves closer, we’ll break down our thoughts on specific prospects that might potentially fit the Eagles’ many needs. Meanwhile, here’s a video of Robert Griffin III doing all the things that Robert Griffin III does. Envision a slightly darker shade of green on the jersey–is he worth it?
Editor’s Note: Also, take note of the music playing in this video. Think about how much more badass and respected you’d be if this music played on loop as you completed daily tasks.