|You could yes.|
First, pick whichever router is going to do your DHCP and make that your main (#1) router. Connect the other two using crossover cables. Connect from LAN port on #1 to LAN port on #2 and 3. Ensure you have DHCP disabled on 2 and 3 and it should work properly.
You may have to give 2 and 3 IP's on the LAN side that are in the subnet of the #1. If you do, make sure you use IP's that are not in the DHCP scope.