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    Params: post, 274122, a:4:{i:0;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:3:"url";s:6:"option";s:55:"http://packerslounge.com/2010/02/18/the-big-free-agent/";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:63:"[URL="http://packerslounge.com/2010/02/18/the-big-free-agent/"]";i:1;s:6:"[/URL]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:35:"The BIG Free Agent l Packers Lounge";}}i:1;s:16:" Full article: ";i:2;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";N;s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:7:"[quote]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:3224:" Every year, there’s the temptation of signing the “big name” free agent. Every year, somebody pays an exorbitant amount of cash for one player. Does the player help a team win a championship? The short answer? No. Every year, Daniel Snyder’s private plane is fueled up as he prepares to outbid Jerry Jones. Last year it was Albert Haynesworth, who played on a 4-win Redskins team this year. T.J. Houshmandzadeh was prematurely polishing his Lombardi Trophy when he signed with the Seahawks. Needless to say, the Seahawks won a whopping 5 games this year. Remember how much money the 49ers paid Nate Clements a few years back? So, does signing a big free agent pay off? Is the answer not signing the free agent? Should a team solely rely on the draft? By analyzing the people who get paid to make these big decisions, we, in hindsight, can measure their effectiveness (or lack thereof). Let’s look at the Packers and Vikings under the reign of their current coaches and general managers: Mike McCarthy/Ted Thompson and Brad Childress/Rick Spielman, respectively. The Packers’ approach has been to build a foundation using its draft choices and to sprinkle in a couple of free agents year by year. The following is a list of draft choices and free agents who have played significant roles in the past four years: A.J. Hawk, Daryn Colledge, Greg Jennings, Jason Spitz, Will Blackmon, Johnny Jolly, Brandon Jackson, James Jones, Korey Hall, Mason Crosby, Jordy Nelson, Jermichael Finley, Josh Sitton, B.J. Raji, Clay Matthews, T.J. Lang, Quinn Johnson, and Brad Jones. Free Agents: Charles Woodson, Ryan Pickett, and Brandon Chillar In contrast, the Vikings’ approach has been to build its team through the combination of the draft, free agency, and trades. The Purple and Gold have drafted a number of starters and regular contributors as well, such as: Chad Greenway, Cedric Griffin, Tarvaris Jackson, Ray Edwards, Brian Robison, Sidney Rice, Adrian Peterson, John Sullivan, Tyrell Johnson, Percy Harvin, Phil Loadholt, Asher Allen, Jasper Brinkley, and Jamarca Sanford. Free Agents/Trades: Chester Taylor, Ryan Longwell, Ben Leber, Bernard Berrian, Visanthe Shiancoe, Madieu Williams, Steve Hutchinson and Jared Allen. Oh yeah, and a guy named Brett Favre. Even though the methods of acquiring players have been different, the results have been remarkably similar. Over four seasons, McCarthy’s overall record is 38-26 with a 1-2 playoff record. Childress is 36-28 with a 1-2 playoff record. Both coaches have lost the NFC championship game and both have lost in the wild card round. Two different approaches, and two very similar overall records. Most importantly, neither coach has been to the Super Bowl. Whose approach has been better? Only time will tell. But, have no fear, football fans, the offseason is almost over. Free Agency begins on March 5 and then it’s a mere 7 weeks until the draft. And there is that “big” free agent, Julius Peppers. Will he help anchor a championship defense? If history is any indicator, the answer is no. I say he signs with a team that ends up winning, let’s say, 6 games next season.";}}i:3;s:903:"Like I said in the comment section, I don't think there's one right philosophy. We won in 96 with a big FA. The Saints used a lot of FAs. The Giants and Steelers didn't have many FAs when they won... I think it's more about being good in your philosophy. Do the homework, have great scouts, hit in a high rate if you're going to build through the draft. It's cheaper and MUCH easier to build team chemistry that way, which is a vital component in sucess. Analyse the mental aspect of the FA, see if he has any legal problems and such, and if he does, if they're youth mistakes (Vernon Davis), or character flaws (Pacman Jones). See if the FA has the will to win, or just to earn money. See if his personality will connect with your current players, if he's going to disrupt the locker room chemistry. And make sure he fits into your system, if you're going to bring in FAs to complement your team.";}, 1425574816, 1425632527
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    Params: post, 274123, a:3:{i:0;s:1769:"It is not about where the player comes from, but who evaluates the talent the best wins. TT saved his job this past year with one hell of a draft, if he had a so so draft the Pack would be far behind vikings at this point and TT's job security along with it. One thing that does not matter to the average fan, but is key to the organization as a whole, is the financial side. This is where I believe TT shines the best, the return on investment, where the vikings have issues being profitable in their current situation. When they signed BF, they had to do a tricky payment schedule due to lack of funds, although I believe their investment in BF has paid off. Packers as an organization is on solid ground financially. IMO TT got lucky this year, his neglect of the O-line almost cost him and if players like Lang and Jones did not step up the Pack could have easily finished 7-9. The hard thing like this is to judge for only a 4 year period, some of Shermans mistakes cost the Packers years after he left. As a GM I feel TT gets a C+ in making the switch to the 3-4 defense as far as his personnel decisions. Two of the biggest players as far as contracts and value going into this switch was Kampman and Hawk. Both of these players trade value was at their highest before the 2009 season. Now we are severely over paying for Hawk with no long term outlook and Kampman walks free. These players would have net a couple of high round draft pics, selecting players better suited to the 3-4 defense. TT's failure to make the right call on these players will cost the Packers an additional year to make a true run at the super bowl with this switch to the 3-4. I often wonder if we stayed with our old defense how much further along we would be at this point. ";i:1;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:1:"b";s:6:"option";N;s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:3:"[B]";i:1;s:4:"[/B]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:119:"We are talking about needing another pass rusher on the defense, yet Kampman may be walking free to a divisional rival.";}}i:2;s:613:" This kind of goes back to point of the this thread, its not so much your philosophy, but the players you get to play. In a way I think switching to 3-4 defense was a mistake. We are not as good, not even close, to what our stats and rankings say. The defense failed against elite teams in this league, the rest of our easy schedule and the right games played at home gave the Pack a deceiving 11-5 record. I give more credit to the players motivation and pride to win, than anything TT or switching of philosophies did. Thus I believe sticking with our old defense woud have net the same if not better results.";}, 1425574816, 1425632527
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