The Dallas Cowboys are the National Football League’s most valuable team for the 12th consecutive year, according to the franchisee’s ranking of Forbes magazine on Thursday (20).
The publication claims that the Cowboys are worth $ 5 billion, which represents $ 1.2 billion more than the second most valuable team, the New England Patriots ($ 3.8 billion). You can get Bills again rank last in Forbes annual list of NFL team values.
The New York Giants ($ 3.3 billion), the Los Angeles Rams ($ 3.2 billion) and the Washington Redskins ($ 3.2 billion) round out the top five places in the Forbes rankings.
The average franchise value for an NFL team now stands at $ 2.57 billion, up 2 percent from last year, but the magazine notes that this is the worst growth from year to year since 2010.
Forbes says this is because the numbers are so high now that fewer people would create a price war for NFL teams. Watch Dallas Cowboys live stream free game from here.
It is also interesting to note that there is no direct link between winning within field and the value of the franchise. In fact, seven of the NFL’s 10 most valuable teams (Cowboys, Giants, Redskins, San Francisco 49ers, Chicago Bears, New York Jets and Houston Texans) were not in the playoffs in the 2017 season.
The Philadelphia Eagles, currently the Super Bowl champion, are currently the league’s tenth most valuable team with an estimated franchise value of $ 2.75 billion.
Jerry Jones, owner of the Cowboys, under a $ 63 million assessment in 1989 and now he owns the most valuable team of all sports.