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  • As free agency starts heating up Ryan Kelly Color Rush
    , many fans are calling for Ballard’s head for not spending
    the big bucks, but actually that is not the correct way of team building."
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    About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Does Spending Big in Free Agency
    Translate to Success?New,143commentsAs free agency starts heating up, many fans
    are calling for Ballard’s head for not spending the big bucks, but actually that
    is not the correct way of team building.EDTShareTweetShareShareDoes Spending Big
    in Free Agency Translate to Success?Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY SportsNFL
    Biggest Spenders2015Money SpentChange in WinsPlayoffs2015Money SpentChange in
    WinsPlayoffsThe raw data shows that just 37% (9/24) of the 6 biggest spenders in
    Free-Agency made the Playoffs the following year. As the success of a football
    team depends on a lot of different factors other than free-agency spending, take
    the data with a grain of salt. Injuries happen, and a player a franchise
    considered a sure-bet ends up failing. These numbers indicate that Colts fans
    should not buy into the narrative that throwing piles of money at the big-name
    free agents results in a better team. Just look at how the past Super Bowl
    champions built their teams. The only teams that appear on the list that are
    consistently great are the Patriots and the Saints. Many other teams try to
    solve their roster issues in free agency, which often results in the player
    failing to live up to expectations due to injuries, poor scheme fits, or simply
    adjusting to a new environment. These players end up costing the teams that
    signed them a lot of cap space, which frequently results in the team being
    unable to afford to resign homegrown talent.Truly sustainable NFL teams know
    that the draft is where seasons are won or lost, and that resigning your own
    talent pays much higher dividends than signing free agents. The Colts have one
    of the best young GMs in the NFL, and his approach and talent evaluation has
    been excellent so far, so just stay quiet and trust in Ballard. Pardon us, but
    there’s no deflating the focus whenever Andrew Luck and the Colts head to
    Gillette Stadium.Like everyone else, Pro Picks would be leaving its readers flat
    if it didn’t mention the saga of footballs without enough air that penetrated
    the AFC championship game in the 2014 season when New England hosted
    Indianapolis.It would also be shirking our responsibility to ignore the fact
    that https://www.coltsfanshop.com/Margus-Hunt-Jersey ,
    like four years ago, this is pretty much a mismatch. The Patriots get back Tom
    Brady’s favorite wideout, Julian Edelman, a few days after seemingly fixing
    their problems on both sides of the ball as they routed Miami.The Patriots have
    won the past five regular-season matchups and the past seven overall.New
    England, No. 7 in the AP Pro32, is a hefty — some might say inflated — 10½-point
    favorite over No. 25 Indianapolis. We think it’s no problem giving up that
    many.PATRIOTS, 33-19KNOCKOUT POOL: The Jaguars did the job rather easily against
    the Jets last weekend. This week, we’ll get it out of the way early with the
    PATRIOTS.No. 27 (tie) New York Giants (plus 7) at No. 9 CarolinaThe Giants are
    showing no reason to think they can stay with the fresh and skilled
    Panthers.BEST BET: PANTHERS, 27-13No. 11 Green Bay (minus 1) at No. 24
    DetroitThis line basically means who will win. Detroit will.UPSET SPECIAL:
    LIONS, 26-24No. 3 Jacksonville (plus 3) at No. 2 Kansas CityThe Jaguars have a
    defense to slow Chiefs Express, end KC’s unbeaten season.JAGUARS, 23-21No. 1 Los
    Angeles Rams (minus 7) at No. 18 SeattleChiefs loss would leave one unbeaten
    team, which will remain so.RAMS, 27-16No. 5 Baltimore (minus 3) at No. 23
    ClevelandDangerous game for Ravens after win at Pittsburgh.RAVENS, 30-24No. 20
    Atlanta (plus 3) at No. 19 PittsburghTwo hugely disappointing, struggling
    outfits. Go with the healthier team.STEELERS Peyton Manning
    , 23-21No. 15 Miami (plus 5 1-2) at No. 6 CincinnatiThe
    Dolphins were exposed in New England and face a surprisingly strong Bengals
    squad.BENGALS, 27-17No. 14 Minnesota (plus 3) at No. 12 PhiladelphiaA rematch of
    NFC title game, with both teams struggling in 2018. The Eagles are a different
    club at home.EAGLES, 23-17No. 21 Dallas (plus 3) at No. 26 HoustonA Texas
    showdown to be decided by the defenses. Houston’s is better.TEXANS, 19-17No. 13
    Washington (plus 7) at No. 4 New Orleans, Monday nightLooks like these Saints
    can beat you a bunch of ways, not just with Drew Brees.SAINTS, 31-20No. 10
    Tennessee (minus 3 1-2) at No. 30 BuffaloThe Bills showed just how bogus that
    upset of Minnesota was last week by getting routed at Green Bay.TITANS, 20-9No.
    16 Denver (plus 2 1-2) at No. 29 New York JetsWe don’t believe in the Giants or
    the Jets.BRONCOS, 17-13No. 2 (tie) Oakland (plus 6) at No. 17 Los Angeles
    ChargersSomehow the Raiders keep every game close. This one, too.CHARGERS,
    26-21No. 32 Arizona (plus 4) at No. 31 San FranciscoBoth teams showed more than
    expected last week. And lost.49ERS, 13-10