The NFL free agent signing period was fast and furious this year due to the NFL lockout.
A few teams have seen their free agent signing pay dividends.
The New Orleans Saints signed running back Darren Sproles to a four-year deal. Sproles has six touchdowns so far.
The Tennessee Titans signed quarterback Matt Hasselbeck to a three-year deal and it has paid off. Hasselbeck has thrown for 13 touchdowns on the season.
Not all teams have been so lucky. A number of teams signed free agents who just have not panned out.
Here are 10 teams who have some regrets.
In 2010, while playing for the Oakland Raiders, Zach Miller caught 60 passes and had five touchdowns.
The Seattle Seahawks signed him to a five year deal worth $34 million in hopes that he could bring that type of success to the Great Northwest.
So far Miller has 11 catches for 99 yards and no touchdowns.
Granted, he doesn't have a great quarterback throwing to him, but I think Seattle was hoping for more than this.
The Minnesota Vikings signed Donovan McNabb to a relatively low-risk deal.
Only one year at $7.25 million.
It still seems very high to pay for a backup quarterback.
McNabb was benched in Week 6 after being largely ineffective for rookie Christian Ponder.
The Vikings are currently ranked 29th in pass offense.
The Philadelphia Eagles signed what was thought to be the top free agent when they landed cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha to a five-year deal worth $60 million.
Asomaugha currently has 20 tackles and two interceptions.
Asomaugha is a great player and a top cornerback.
That's still a ton of money to pay for a player who isn't involved in many plays.
The Seahawks didn't have a great year in free agency.
They signed Tavaris Jackson for two years at $8 million to replace Matt Hasslebeck.
Jackson has been injured and hasn't played particularly well either.
He currently has just six touchdowns and nine interceptions with a quarterback rating of 73.2.
The Baltimore Ravens have done an amazing job of keeping their defense together over the past few years.
However, the signing of cornerback Chris Carr to a four-year, $14 million deal leaves Ravens fans shaking their heads.
Carr is currently behind Cary Williams on the depth chart and has just nine tackles through eight games.
Sorry Seattle, I swear I'm not picking on you.
But when you sign Sidney Rice to a five-year contract worth $41 million it makes it tough.
Rice had some questions about his integrity in Minnesota but that didn't stop the Seahawks from inking him to this overpaid deal.
So far Rice has 27 catches for 435 yards and a single touchdown.
That ranks him just behind Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte and New York Jets tight end Dustin Keller in receiving yardage.
The Raiders re-signed free safety Michael Huff to a five-year deal worth $43 million in the offseason.
That's too much money for most safeties.
That's way to much for Michael Huff.
Huff isn't strong in pass defense and might be even worse when assisting to stop the run game.
Huff currently has 24 tackles and one interception.
That's not a lot of bang for your buck.
When the free agent signing period began this past summer there was a lot of talk about who Kevin Kolb would sign with.
The Arizona Cardinals ended making a trade for Kolb and signing him to a monster five-year contract for $63 million.
Keep in mind that this is a player who was beaten out by Michael Vick who had spent the previous 23 months in a Virginia prison.
So far this season, Kolb has thrown for eight touchdowns and eight interceptions. His quarterback rating of 77.8 ranks him just behind Miami quarterback Chad Henne.
I'm not sure who anointed Kolb to be the next great quarterback.
But I'm pretty sure they were wrong.
A punter. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed a punter for six years and $19.5 million.
Michael Koenen is paid more than cornerback Aqib Talib.
He is paid more than running back Earnest Graham.
He is a punter.
I'm not saying Koenen isn't a decent punter. He is currently ranked 15th in the NFL in punt average with 45.8 yards per punt.
He averages 4.75 punts per game. He does also hold on place kicks.
Maybe that makes sense to the Bucs but it doesn't make any to me.
This may not be the worst deal in terms of sheer value.
The New England Patriots signed Haynesworth to just a two year deal worth $8.7 million.
When it took place many viewed it as another coup by Patriots head coach Bill Belichick.
Belichick has a bit of a history of signing cast offs and converting them to players that follow the "Patriot Way."
Haynesworth apparently bought in the Belichick's way of thinking.
The Patriots cut Haynesworth after just eight games into the season.
Haynesworth finished his Patriots tenure with only three tackles.