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Fairley's draft stock dropping?

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Looking extremely likely that the Bengals take either Fairley or Patrick Peterson w/the 4th overall pick.  We could use the help tremendously at either position.
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PuddingTime said:

Looking extremely likely that the Bengals take either Fairley or Patrick Peterson w/the 4th overall pick.  We could use the help tremendously at either position.

I've heard AJ non-stop for that spot.
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I wouldn't be opposed to getting a WR that early, definitely not someone of AJ Green's caliber. He's gonna be a good one. But we play in the AFC North.  And we're going to lose Palmer, so it's not like we're going to have the next Tom Brady pitching AJ the football.  Peterson's a beast, but I'm more concerned about our DL than I am w/our secondary.  Were it up to me, whether it's Fairley or someone else we can put on the line, we need to make that DL stout.  To win the AFC North, you gotta run the football, and you gotta stop the other 3 from running it on you (see: Bengals, Cincinnati 2009 AFC North Championship)  Besides all that, Auburn owes us someone w/quality production after Kenny Irons.
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PuddingTime said:

I wouldn't be opposed to getting a WR that early, definitely not someone of AJ Green's caliber. He's gonna be a good one. But we play in the AFC North.  And we're going to lose Palmer, so it's not like we're going to have the next Tom Brady pitching AJ the football.  Peterson's a beast, but I'm more concerned about our DL than I am w/our secondary.  Were it up to me, whether it's Fairley or someone else we can put on the line, we need to make that DL stout.  To win the AFC North, you gotta run the football, and you gotta stop the other 3 from running it on you (see: Bengals, Cincinnati 2009 AFC North Championship)  Besides all that, Auburn owes us someone w/quality production after Kenny Irons.

Pat Sims will come around and Willie Anderson/Takeo Spikes/Rudi Johnson were fine.
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LMAO.  Well played.  All things aside, the majority of Bengals fans are wanting Fairley, w/Peterson a close second.
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