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CloakNNNdagger
08-15-2013, 03:00 PM
The Houston Texans are among the top five most valuable NFL teams for the second year in a row.

The Texans took the No. 5 spot — the same as last year — on Forbes’ “NFL Team Values 2013” list. The Dallas Cowboys topped the list for the seventh consecutive year.

Overall, the 32 National Football League teams’ average value is $1.17 billion, up 5 percent from last year. The Texans and the Cowboys were among five teams that saw double-digit increases in value.

The Houston team’s value is $1.45 billion, up from $1.3 billion last year. The Texans earned revenue of $320 million and operating income of $81.5 million in 2012.link (http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/morning_call/2013/08/texans-hold-spot-among-most-valuable.html)

nero THE zero
08-15-2013, 03:49 PM
http://www.forbes.com/sites/mikeozanian/2013/08/14/the-most-valuable-nfl-teams/

1. Dallas Cowboys
Team value: $2,300 mil.
Revenue 2012: $539 mil.
Operating income 2012: $250.7 mil.

2. New England Patriots
Team value: $1,800 mil.
Revenue 2012: $408 mil.
Operating income 2012: $139.2 mil.

3. Washington Redskins
Team value: $1,700 mil.
Revenue 2012: $381 mil.
Operating income 2012: $ 104.3 mil.

4. New York Giants
Team value: $1,550 mil.
Revenue 2012: $338 mil.
Operating income 2012: $64.4 mil.

5. Houston Texans
Team value: $1,450 mil.
Revenue 2012: $320 mil.
Operating income 2012: $81.5 mil.

6. New York Jets
Team value: $1,380 mil.
Revenue 2012: $321 mil.
Operating income 2012: $52.8 mil.

7. Phildadelphia Eagles
Team value: $1,314 mil.
Revenue 2012: $306 mil.
Operating income 2012: $47.8 mil.

8. Chicago Bears
Team value: $1,252 mil.
Revenue 2012: $298 mil.
Operating income 2012: $63.2 mil.

9. Baltimore Ravens
Team value: $1,227 mil.
Revenue: $292 mil.
Operating income 2012: $48.3 mil.

10. San Francisco 49ers
Team value: $1,224 mil.
Revenue 2012: $255 mil.
Operating income 2012: $10.2 mil.

Brisco_County
08-15-2013, 11:32 PM
The Astros' current payroll is $13 million.

EllisUnit
08-15-2013, 11:49 PM
The Astros' current payroll is $13 million.

it shows haha

Trap_Star
08-15-2013, 11:55 PM
****, uncle bob better be raking it in...you see how much he charges for some nachos and a beer? ****

DocBar
08-15-2013, 11:55 PM
Good for Mr. McNair. He invested a ton in this franchise and city. I'm glad he's seeing a return on his investment.

MEGA SWATT
08-16-2013, 12:10 AM
Good for Mr. McNair. He invested a ton in this franchise and city. I'm glad he's seeing a return on his investment.

Top 5:swatter::ant:

DocBar
08-16-2013, 12:14 AM
Top 5:swatter::ant:HEY!!! You must be from the Dept. of Redundancy Dept. :slapfight:

Texn4life
08-16-2013, 01:10 AM
So the Cowboys are almost doubling the next closest team in operating income? Makes me want to throw up thinking about all the blind fools that love that team so much.

jtexas
08-16-2013, 08:18 AM
What's interesting is looking at the operating income as a percentage of revenue. The cowboys have almost a 50% profit margin where the rest of the league is around 30%. My assumption is that Jerry just jacks up the ticket prices as high as possible and the fans just pay it. The texans could do the same.

nero THE zero
08-16-2013, 08:51 AM
So the Cowboys are almost doubling the next closest team in operating income? Makes me want to throw up thinking about all the blind fools that love that team so much.

You're not really a fan if your love for your team isn't blind, IMO.

Brisco_County
08-16-2013, 09:18 AM
What's interesting is looking at the operating income as a percentage of revenue. The cowboys have almost a 50% profit margin where the rest of the league is around 30%. My assumption is that Jerry just jacks up the ticket prices as high as possible and the fans just pay it. The texans could do the same.

This is true, which is why I expect Houston ticket prices to increase every year at a rate faster than inflation.

Jerry is currently charging $75 for parking, and there are still some soccer teams raking in more money than him.

paycheck71
08-16-2013, 12:47 PM
Heard on the radio that the Lions are the only NFL team losing money. It's not in the article, though

Texn4life
08-16-2013, 12:57 PM
You're not really a fan if your love for your team isn't blind, IMO.

I don't agree with this, but to each his own. There are limits I have with every team I'm a fan of. My original comment was tongue in cheek though.

DX-TEX
08-16-2013, 01:00 PM
Heard on the radio that the Lions are the only NFL team losing money. It's not in the article, though

I remember last year reading the Bears were near bankrupt because of the horrible agreement with the city of Chicago?

paycheck71
08-16-2013, 01:09 PM
I remember last year reading the Bears were near bankrupt because of the horrible agreement with the city of Chicago?

Their stadium seats 63K. By comparison, Jerry gets at least 20K more tickets sold every game (with all the standing room only tickets, it's more than that). At $200 average price, that's $4MM per game, or $40MM per year, plus whatever else those extra 20K fans buy every game (food, merch). So, it's easily $50MM+ per year in revenue that Jerry has on anything Chicago can do. So, it wouldn't surprise me if they were losing money, too.

paycheck71
08-16-2013, 01:18 PM
This LINK (http://www.forbes.com/nfl-valuations/list/) has a list of all the teams, and yes, the Lions are the only franchise with an operating loss last year.

IDEXAN
08-16-2013, 03:18 PM
For anybody who knows anything about Accounting, you know that there's income and then there's income. Just curious which kind of income these numbers represent, but I'd bet they sure didn't come off of the 1120/1120S ?

DX-TEX
08-16-2013, 04:42 PM
Most the teams are getting new revenue by making Texans Chick buy a new purse for the games. Those bastards!

:shades:

MEGA SWATT
08-18-2013, 05:53 PM
HEY!!! You must be from the Dept. of Redundancy Dept. :slapfight:

I'm the Sr. manager of the Dept. of Redundancy Dept., specializing in Redundancy - as their Sr. manager of Redundancy, in their Redundancy Dept.

Now take that Cowboys symbol off your ava - I don't like looking at it - dog crap or not.:clap:

klockWork
08-18-2013, 07:43 PM
I'm surprised Texans are more valuable than Eagles and Bears. Having back to back playoff appearance really raise their stock. With a Superbowl title or two this team could be tapping on the Cowboys' shoulder.

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infantrycak
08-18-2013, 07:50 PM
I'm surprised Texans are more valuable than Eagles and Bears. Having back to back playoff appearance really raise their stock. With a Superbowl title or two this team could be tapping on the Cowboys' shoulder.

The Texans were ranked even higher before making the playoffs.