THE MOST VALUABLE NFL TEAMS
DALLAS COWBOYS Team Value $2.3 billion
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Team Value $1.8 billion
WASHINGTON REDSKINS Team Value $1.7 billion
NEW YORK GIANTS Team Value $1.5 billion
HOUSTON TEXANS Team Value $1.4 billion
NEW YORK JETS Team Value $1.3 billion
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Team Value $1.3 billion
CHICAGO BEARS Team Value $1.2 billion
BALTIMORE RAVENS Team Value $1.2 billion
SAN FRANCISCO Team Value $1.2 billion
As the saying goes, everything is bigger in Texas. The Cowboys recently signed a 25-year, $500 million, stadium naming rights deal with AT&T
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
The Patriots have the second highest ticket prices in the NFL. Despite this, they've sold out every single home game since 1994.
The Redskins fan base has found a new savior in second year QB, Heisman winner Robert Griffin
NEW YORK GIANTS
The Giants are second only to the Cowboys in total attendance with an average crowd of 80,495 at MetLife Stadium.
Houston finished at the top of their division in 2012 with a 12-4 record.
NEW YORK JETS
Season attendance of MetLife Stadium is the 26th lowest out of the league's 32 teams at just 92.5%.
Philly is putting $125 million in private funding into renovating the less than a decade old Lincoln Financial Field over the 2013 and 2014 seasons.
Soldier Field is the smallest stadium in the NFL with a capacity of 61,500.
Defending Super Bowl Champions with MVP Joe Flacco's brand new six-year $120.6 million contract.
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
Levi's, a Gold Rush era titan of business, signed a 20-year, $200 million stadium naming rights deal for the 49ers' new stadium.
INTERESTING STATS ABOUT NFL
Past year has seen a significant increase in NFL valuation because of a 3.6% rise in league revenue in 2012.
The average team saw their revenue rise from $286 million per team in 2012, up from '^20
$276 million in 2011
The Dallas Cowboys saw a big jump in revenue thanks to a 25-year naming rights deal with AT&T that will net the franchise $500 million.
The NFL has an operating margin of 15.4%, is far above any other major league sport
The NFL has just $42 million in operating income from $305 million in revenue.
The NBA had a shortened 2011-12 season due to the lockout, and they posted a 9.7% margin with $11.9 million in operating income on $123 million in revenue.
In the 2010-11 season, which was a complete season, the NFB posted just a 4.4% margin. The NHL posted an operating margin of 7.4% during the 2011-12 season.