NFL Teams Value Ranking in 2019

Apart from NFL teams’ ranking in terms of performance, teams’ value will always have its place in determining how progressive a team is. When it comes to the most valuable ones, the Dallas Cowboys take the king’s seat for the 13th time in a row. Their value is a strong $5.5 billion, which is up by 10% since the 2018 value ranking.

Teams Rankings

On average, the NFL teams stand at $2.86 billion, which is a remarkable 11% increase from 2018. At position two in the value list is the New England Patriots owned by Robert Kraft. The team’s value stands at $4.1 billion, with an 8% increase from the previous year. The New York Giants are right behind the Patriots at $3.9 billion, which is a significant 18% increase from 2018.

All top ten teams are above $3 billion, with most making at least a 10% increase in value. On the top ten list, you will find the likes of the Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, the Chicago Bears, Washington Redskins, New York Jets, Houston Texans, and the Philadelphia Eagles closing the list at number 10.

In 2018, David Tepper purchased the Carolina Panthers at $2.3 billion, which is one of the most expensive purchases ever made, compared to the Buffalo Bills who were bought in 2014 for $1.5 billion.

Terms of Ownership

Different teams have different ownership structures depending on who and how they were founded or purchased. Though many know him as the only owner, Daniel Snyder is a majority shareholder of the Redskins at 65%. Other teams, such as the San Francisco 49ers, are family franchises.


The NFL is the most valuable league in the world by far, with the average teams making more than many other teams in other sports. The league generates as much as $102 million in operating income per team.