I'm with you on the Vikings and Dolphins, but I'm not sure about your read on the Giants. They're not getting healthy. Their two best O-linemen (Pugh and Richburg) are doubtful. With a decimated O-line and Hankins out, the Giants are clearly the weaker team in the trenches in this matchup. You mentioned that the G-Men could be motivated by their opportunity to cushion their lead in the NFC East, but don't forget that Washington can pull into a tie for first with a win. Just some food for thought.
1. Hackenberg needs to the right team with a mature environment where he can sit behind a quality starter. He is the best arm talent in the draft. Has excellent footwork and a nice release. He moves well in the pocket despite all the sacks. he is a play action quarterback who inexplicably plays zone read in college. In the rare instances they run play action from under center he looks great. Then they go back to zone read. The defenses don't honor his running ability and just tee off on the running back. Which puts them behind the chains consistently and there is no draftable talent offensively on his team outside of the RB Barkley(freshman)
This is Charlie Campbell's Tuesday 2012 Senior Bowl Prospect Meetings Report (South). Charlie is reporting live from Mobile, Ala., and he'll describe what he sees at practice and whom certain prospects talk to all week.
Here is a rundown of some of Tuesday's post-practice interviews between certain players and teams. Many of these interviews are scouts getting the players' number and scheduling longer interviews for later that night or another day.
Seattle - North Carolina wide receiver Dwight Jones
San Francisco - Arizona wide receiver Juron Criner
New Orleans - Alabama cornerback DeQuan Menzie
Dallas - Arkansas defensive end Jake Bequette and Arizona quarterback Nick Foles
Kansas City - Arkansas defensive end Jake Bequette
Houston - Texas linebacker Keenan Robinson
San Diego - Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden
Indianapolis - Arkansas wide receiver Joe Adams
St. Louis - LSU safety Brandon Taylor and Texas linebacker Keenan Robinson
Jacksonville - Illinois offensive tackle Jeff Allen
Tampa Bay - Illinois offensive tackle Jeff Allen and Arizona wide receiver Juron Criner
Carolina - Troy offensive tackle James Brown, Vanderbilt cornerback Casey Hayward and Texas defensive tackle Kheeston Randall
New York Jets - Troy offensive tackle James Brown and Arizona State wide receiver Gerell Robinson
Oakland - Arkansas defensive end Jake Bequette, Arizona wide receiver Juron Criner, Troy offensive tackle James Brown, South Carolina safety Antonio Allen and UAB offensive tackle Matt McCants
Washington - Texas linebacker Keenan Robinson and Arizona Juron Criner
Baltimore - Alabama center William Vlachos, Oklahoma State Markelle Martin, North Carolina wide receiver Dwight Jones, Georgia guard Cordy Glenn, Alabama cornerback DeQuan Menzie and Miami linebacker Sean Spence.