>>Goes a little far in the end, but overall really drives home its central message about the owners.<<
I think it went exactly far enough. What the owners are doing is pretty reprehensible, especially in the current economy. It's not enough to be a multi-millionaire and a member of one of the coolest, most exclusive clubs in the world? They really need more on top of that?
If the teams or the league as a whole were actually losing money, I could see their argument. But they won't even open their books to prove it. This whole thing is just a blatant money grab using the reasoning that A) They can outlast the players in a lockout, and B) Fans are more likely to blame greedy players than greedy owners. It's just a terrible way for management to treat labor, even if in this case, labor consists of obscenely rich athletes.
>>This is amazing- The Cranky Redskins Fan's A to Z Guide to Dan Snyder<<
The really sad thing is that before the lawsuit, Snyder was slowly but surely starting to build up some goodwill among Redskins fans. He'll never be loved in DC, but at least he was making an effort to be tolerable. All that out the window for a lawsuit that he probably won't win and that drew nationwide attention to the article that he was trying to bury in the first place.