From what I've read and waiting on details to come out to see if I am right. This is pretty much conjecture based on piecing together reports that I have read so if anyone has hard information to the contrary please post it. But I think I am beginning to see why it was two small market teams that voted against the deal. They (the small market guys) were trying to get straight across the board revenue sharing; give them the money and they would then give the 59.5 percent of that to the Salary cap (or lowball their players and pocket it) and pocket the rest. So under their plan they would pocket Jerry and Danny's money. But the way it went down (it appears) is that the big money teams pay into a pool that covers the salary's for the small market teams but does not funnel any additional money directly into the pockets of the small market owners. They still have to make their profits from the old revenue sharing that was already in place (TV deals and ticket sales) and from whatever they can get from their own local marketing. I also like that the big market teams apparently included some wording that the small market teams have to start doing a better job of generating local revenue for themselves. I'm not sure how that part will (or can) work but the true businessmen like Jerry are telling the Jerkwater bums like the Bidwells, Browns and Wilsons to shape up their organizations and make their own damn money.