I'll be the first to admit, I used to think Aaron Woods was a great player and one of the best props in the game, but right now - how could anyone justify signing him? He's really showing his true colours this year with respect to the way he's been carrying on both on and off the field. I still remember watching him literally give up against the Raiders. I figured maybe it was all too hard and gave him the benefit of the doubt. Taylor got sacked within 24 hours and so, theoretically, he got what he wanted (the fact the players at the Tigers have far too much power has been discussed to death already - so I won't go back over that old ground). Then came yesterday. He was kept out of the game for a lot longer than he's used to, and when he finally came back on at the end he was shocking. It culminated with 20 seconds to go, and he literally refused to pack the scrum which would have allowed the Tigers one more shot. Every other forward was packed and bound, but he just stood there and wouldn't pack down as he watched the clock tick away. The Tigers almost certainly weren't going to win, but he did his best to make sure of it. Was that his way of sulking to his new coach that he wasn't happy about being benched? I just don't see how any club, irrespective of his price, would want a player who is so willing to give in if he feels personally aggrieved.