Found January 02, 2012 on Cleveland.com:
"I don't know how you can say RG III is a can't-miss player. He has never played under center, played in a spread offense and his speed will be minimized in the NFL where everyone is fast. In a college spread offense with a little time, there is always someone open. Not so in the NFL. I imagine they would trade the pick before they would select RG III." - brownieforlife
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