‘Forbes’ Just Released Their Most Valuable NFL Team Rankings And It’s REAL Good To Be An NFL Owner

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Man, remember when there was like one NFL team worth over a billion dollars? It wasn’t that long ago, was it? I think the Dallas Cowboys were the first to break that threshold. Of course, I would be wrong about any and all of that, but it was something like that.

Doesn’t matter anyway, because today Forbes just dropped their rankings listing the values of all 32 NFL teams and my God, even the shitty teams are worth serious bank.

32. Buffalo Bills, $1.5 billion
31. Detroit Lions, $1.65 billion
30. Cincinnati Bengals, $1.68 billion
29. New Orleans Saints, $1.75 billion
28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, $1.8 billion
27. Cleveland Browns, $1.85 billion
26. Kansas City Chiefs, $1.88 billion
25. Jacksonville Jaguars, $1.95 billion
24. Tennessee Titans, $2.0 billion
23. Arizona Cardinals, $2.03 billion
22. Carolina Panthers, $2.075 billion
21. San Diego Chargers, $2.08 billion
20. Oakland Raiders, $2.1 billion
19. Atlanta Falcons, $2.13 billion
18. Indianapolis Colts, $2.18 billion
17. Minnesota Vikings, $2.2 billion
16. Seattle Seahawks, $2.23 billion
15. Pittsburgh Steelers, $2.25 billion
14. Baltimore Ravens, $2.3 billion
13. Green Bay Packers, $2.35 billion
12. Miami Dolphins, $2.38 billion
11. Denver Broncos, $2.4 billion
10. Philadelphia Eagles, $2.5 billion
9. Houston Texans, $2.6 billion
8. Chicago Bears, $2.7 billion
7. New York Jets, $2.75 billion
6. Los Angeles Rams, $2.9 billion
5. Washington Redskins, $2.95 billion
4. San Francisco 49ers, $3.0 billion
3. New York Giants, $3.1 billion
2. New England Patriots, $3.4 billion
1. Dallas Cowboys, $4.2 billion

No shock that the Cowboys are ranked number one, nor the fact that Buffalo is last. I am kind of surprised to see Tampa so low on the list. And if the Raiders do end up moving into that badass new stadium in Vegas they will be shooting up this chart.

As for poor Detroit? What are you gonna do?

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