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azamugg said:

and I thought Andre Smith was a dumbass?

He was and he is.
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Robzilla said:

Fairley's stock may be dropping, but he will still be a top 10 pick I'm sure.

Agreed. In fact, I don't even necessarily agree that his stock should drop in the first place... not for missing meetings. Yes, it's disrespectful, especially to miss or be late to one with a coach and GM; but that doesn't really seem like a big deal when compared to the potential a team would get by taking him.

I doubt any character issues are going to keep most teams from taking a shot on him. Ultimately, everybody's job depends on wins and losses; so the chance to get a potential game-changer will override most character concerns. Besides, anybody paying any attention to the NFL for the last several years knows character and morality are increasingly less common player attributes. I'm not even sure you want a "nice" defensive tackle or nose-guard to begin with.
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He's just dropping to where he really should be drafted at anyway.

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Look at players like T.O. He may be a great player, or he HAS been very great, but he is a problem for any team he goes to. A torublemaker seems to be a possibly good risk at first, but soon you will know why you should have left him alone. I am thinking of PacMan Jones, too. They think their talent will get them anywhere they want to go, but they find out that teams get tired of all the controversy that comes with them. I always wonder why they can't be happy to do their job, make tons of money, keep their mouth shut, play the game, and go home happy at the end of the day. I guess money isn't everything, huh? They'd rather do entirely as they please and believe they will be tolerated in spite of everything else.
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sheluvsbama said:

Look at players like T.O. He may be a great player, or he HAS been very great, but he is a problem for any team he goes to. A torublemaker seems to be a possibly good risk at first, but soon you will know why you should have left him alone. I am thinking of PacMan Jones, too. They think their talent will get them anywhere they want to go, but they find out that teams get tired of all the controversy that comes with them. I always wonder why they can't be happy to do their job, make tons of money, keep their mouth shut, play the game, and go home happy at the end of the day. I guess money isn't everything, huh? They'd rather do entirely as they please and believe they will be tolerated in spite of everything else.

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Tider27 said:

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HFS said:

I long for the days when the only time there was a need for Auburn fans to defend themselves in a thread was if Ben Tate said he was better than Mark Ingram.

He is.
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Also.. Fairley's stock is dropping because he didn't weigh 300 pounds and wasn't as tall as everyone thought.. while Dareus stock is rising because of those factors.. nevermind the fact that Dareus couldn't fight off a double team to save his life and Fairley was killing the very same players.

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He should go to the Raiders
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I still hope my Broncos draft him. I would be perfectly happy with him or Dareus.

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Marcell Dareus is the most overrated player in this year's 1st round.
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Ben Tate over Ingram? Really?
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Oh and yeah Fairley doesn't drop out of the top 10.
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azamugg said:

every Auburn poster's job has become to refute LMAO

And every bammer poster's job has been to regurgitate bullschit over and over.
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