One of the knocks on collective bargaining is that employers should be able to pay people what they are worth. An interesting example of this phenomenon came in the realm of professional football. In January 2011, Pro Bowl cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha’s contract was voided because his contract included a little-known clause allowed the team to void his contract if he didn’t achieve his not-likely-to-be-earned incentives in 2010 — and he didn’t. One reason for his failure to earn his incentives was that he was so effective that quarterbacks would not to pass to someone near him. Consequently, he did not have any interceptions.