I'm glad, gosh darn it, that NFL owners voted 29-0 to enforce salary cap penalties against the Redskins and Cowboys for spending a lot of money in the uncapped 2010 season. It's a good thing that the league is coming down hard, $36 million for DC and $10 million for Dallas, on two of the most powerful and high-spending owners in the league for doing absolutely nothing wrong.
It's all in the name of competitive balance, you see. Just because there was no salary cap in 2010 doesn't mean owners should have been allowed to spend whatever they wanted, even though that's exactly what "no salary cap" means. It's not fair to those other teams that agreed to the league's secret memos that spending should be kept low, to prevent a free market that would give players fair value.