Honestly, it depends on how they spread out the money over the 2 years. I don't see either team being hit particularly hard by it. The cap charge against Washington is staggering, but they have enough room this year to absorb it all if they wanted to. I think it hurts the Redskins a little bit more, if only because of the size of money and the fact they gave up so many draft selections for RG3. I figured the Redskins were going to have to go UFA to flesh out their roster the next couple years, and this might hurt that strategy. Dallas has a lot of dead cap space on this years' cap already, but it all comes off the books next year. So they could just push the whole 10 mil, or at least the majority of it, over to next year, and be fine. But again, I don't think it hurts either team very much. The reason to be really pissed off is that, #1, these penalties happened in the first place, and #2, apparently the Packers (per Adam) flaunted the rules just as badly, if not worse, and received no penalty.