Here’s the NFL’s Most Valuable Teams For 2016

By Staff  |  09/14/2016

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Relocations and new stadiums served as elements that drove up NFL team values over the past year 19%, reports Forbes, who has released its annual NFL's Most Valuable Teams list.

This year, the average team valuable was $2.34 billion... and at the top of the list is the Dallas Cowboys for the 10th consecutive time, with a value of $4.2 billion, up 5% from 2015.

Last year, the Cowboys set a U.S. sports team record for both revenue ($700 million USD) and operating income ($300 million USD). The team is also building a new $1.5 billion headquarters and practice facility.

See the full list below, via Forbes.com.

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