I only saw a 5 year old thread that was somewhat similar by Bubba so gonna let this one rip.
The 1983 Draft has been the gold standard for QB talent but I'm wondering, could 2012 end up eclipsing that incredible class of talent? To refresh the young pups in the E.S. crowd, that '83 class had 3 future HOF'ers in John Elway, Jim Kelly and of course Dan Marino. (Amazingly Marino went 2nd to last in the first round.) We're already seeing some really solid and even spectacular games from RG3, Luck and Russell Wilson and some really solid games from Tannehill. I know, Russell didn't go first round (he went 3rd round) but he's looking like a helluva deal for the Seahawks & there are assuredly teams already kicking themselves for passing on him. So, can this class surpass what was just an incredibly productive QB Draft way back in 1983? Maybe not a question that can be rightfully answered now but since these threads are subjective it's just something to debate for fun. On a related note, the Skins drafted Darrell Green with the final selection that year AND then we landed Charles Mann in the third round. Not too shabby indeed. What say you fellow Skins fans?