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Charles Davis - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @CFD22) Analysis: The Indianapolis Colts select Andrew Luck, QB from Stanford. Let's move on to pick No. 2.

To hear the full debates and analysis from our experts on the 2012 NFL Draft, listen to the full unedited mock draft in a bonus edition of The Rich Eisen Podcast.

Melissa Stark - Reporter, NFL Network Analysis: It's going to be a great year in Washington, not only a presidential election, but a chance for Redskins fans to get hope again.

Michael Lombardi - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @michaelombardi) Analysis: The Vikings need a left tackle, they need a receiver, they need a corner. ... I don't think I'm going to get (this position) at pick 35 that I feel comfortable with and (this position) to me is the hardest position to find.

Michael Irvin - Analyst, NFL Network Analysis: These guys are sitting in the best spot. ... I love Trent Richardson, but I got a chance to work out (this guy) and I think (this guy) is one of those "sure" guys.

Brian Billick - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @CoachBillick) Analysis: What can I get in the second round? What's the value of the running back? ... I gotta take care of that secondary when I get an opportunity.

Marshall Faulk - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @marshallfaulk) Analysis: It's too early to draft the next best tackle. ... And Steven (Jackson) ain't blocking for nobody. ... We always talk offensively, but defensively, they were bad.

Steve Mariucci - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @SteveMariucci) Analysis: They played pretty good defense, but they didn't hit the quarterback. They're 25th in the league pressuring the quarterback, sacking the quarterback. That's an area they can address right now.

Rich Eisen - Host, NFL Network (Twitter: @richeisen) Analysis: I need to exorcise the ghosts of Cleo Lemon and Jay Fiedler.

Charles Davis - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @CFD22) Analysis: I've got guys with the odometer ticking. Give me this brand new kid.

Melissa Stark - Reporter, NFL Network Analysis: Don't you think to keep up with the Patriots and the Jets, I need to be more dangerous on offense? I'm gonna be dangerous and take that first step to ending our playoff drought.

Michael Lombardi - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @michaelombardi) Analysis: I think (this guy) is a safe pick and makes a lot of sense for what GM Scott Pioli believes in.

Marshall Faulk - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @marshallfaulk) Analysis: Last year they had some injuries on the offensive line. ... You've got to be physical.

Brian Billick - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @CoachBillick) Analysis: It's a bit of a stretch, the film concerned me a little bit ... but you build great defenses inside out.

Michael Irvin - Analyst, NFL Network Analysis: The Cowboys' defense ran a lot of high risk, but they didn't get high reward. I'm going with (this guy) so I can get some reward.

Steve Mariucci - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @SteveMariucci) Analysis: He might be my BEAST on Thursday night.

Rich Eisen - Host, NFL Network (Twitter: @richeisen) Analysis: They needed a safety so they signed LaRon Landry. If not him, then Tim Tebow could've played the position. ... But one thing they definitely need is to get to the quarterback.

Charles Davis - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @CFD22) Analysis: We signed a bunch of corners recently, but we didn't sign anybody who I think is gonna hold down the fort for a long time.

Melissa Stark - Reporter, NFL Network Analysis: I know Norv Turner likes a balanced attack, and my most pressing need is offensive line.

Michael Lombardi - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @michaelombardi) Analysis: I don't know if Chicago could be any happier if they could get any one of the pass rushers they want. This is utopia.

Michael Irvin - Analyst, NFL Network Analysis: You have your offensive mainstay set for the next 10 years. Right here I'm adding the finishing parts to my offense.

Brian Billick - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @CoachBillick) Analysis: They'd like a wide receiver, but I don't think I need to do that here. That defense, with Zimmer, has done a great job with no-names, and this one might throw you off a little bit.

Marshall Faulk - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @marshallfaulk) Analysis: He can run inside, run outside, has vision, play special teams, catch the ball, catch the ball down the field, pick the ball out of the sky. He doesn't need to see the ball leave the quarterback's hand to catch it.

Steve Mariucci - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @SteveMariucci) Analysis: Mayock on Mariucci's pick: "I really like it, because I think it frustrates Rich Eisen."

Rich Eisen - Host, NFL Network (Twitter: @richeisen) Analysis: He can play all sorts of positions.

Charles Davis - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @CFD22) Analysis: That's a huge need for them, and he's a gifted kid.

Melissa Stark - Reporter, NFL Network Analysis: I'm going to get a big receiver.

Michael Lombardi - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @michaelombardi) Analysis: I think he fits what they do defensively.

Michael Irvin - Analyst, NFL Network Analysis: I got me a young guy that comes around the end.

Brian Billick - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @CoachBillick) Analysis: I'm gonna throw an unsexy curve here.

Steve Mariucci - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @SteveMariucci) Analysis: I'm gonna shock everyone right now.

Marshall Faulk - Analyst, NFL Network (Twitter: @marshallfaulk) Analysis: He's a route runner, a guy that played quarterback, and a guy that understands offense.

Rich Eisen - Host, NFL Network (Twitter: @richeisen) Analysis: Mariucci on Eisen's pick: "That's your best pick of the day."

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