Show me the money: Forbes releases NFL most valuable team list

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Forbes released their annual NFL most valuable teams list for 2021.

That the Dallas Cowboys were once again the most valuable NFL franchise wasn’t a surprise, making it the 15th straight year.

The pie is expected to keep growing for the league as they signed a $111.8 billion in media rights. Television is still king for the NFL with their deals with ESPN, DirecTV (NFL Sunday Ticket). However, Amazon is starting to get a piece of the action as Amazon Prime will be the exclusive home for Thursday Night Football starting in 2022.

Here is a look at the most valuable teams in the NFL.

1. Dallas Cowboys — $6.5 billion

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Owner: Jerry Jones General manager: Jerry Jones Coach: Mike McCarthy

2. New England Patriots — $5 billion

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Owner: Robert Kraft General manager: Bill Belichick Coach: Bill Belichick

3. New York Giants — $4.85 billion

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Owner: John Mara, Steven Tisch General manager: Dave Gettleman Coach: Joe Judge

4. Los Angeles Rams — $4.8 billion

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Owner: Stan Kroenke General manager: Les Snead Coach: Sean McVay

5. Washington Football Team — $4.2 billion

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Owner: Daniel Snyder General manager: Martin Mayhew Coach: Ron Rivera

6. San Francisco 49ers — $4.175 billion

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Owner: Denise DeBartolo York and John York General manager: John Lynch Coach: Kyle Shanahan

7. Chicago Bears — $4.075 billion

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Owner: McCaskey family General manager: Ryan Pace Coach: Matt Nagy

8. New York Jets — $4.05 billion

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Owner: Woody Johnson General manager: Joe Douglas Coach: Robert Saleh

9. Philadelphia Eagles — $3.8 billion

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Owner: Jeffrey Lurie General manager: Howie Roseman Coach: Nick Sirianni

10. Denver Broncos — $3.75 billion

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Owner: Pat Bowlen Trust General manager: George Paton Coach: Vic Fangio

11. Houston Texans — $3.7 billion

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Owner: Janice McNair General manager: Nick Caserio Coach: David Culley

12. Seattle Seahawks — $3.5 billion

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Owner: Paul G. Allen Trust General manager: John Schneider Coach: Pete Carroll

13. Green Bay Packers — $3.475 billion

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Owner: Publicly held corporation General manager: Brian Gutekunst Coach: Matt LaFleur

14. Pittsburgh Steelers — $3.43 billion

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Owner: Daniel Rooney Trust General manager: Kevin Colbert Coach: Mike Tomlin

15. Miami Dolphins — $3.42 billion

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Owner: Stephen Ross General manager: Chris Grier Coach: Brian Flores

16. Las Vegas Raiders — $3.415 billion

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Owner: Mark Davis General manager: Mike Mayock Coach: Jon Gruden

17. Baltimore Ravens — $3.4 billion

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Owner: Stephen Bisciotti General manager: Eric DeCosta Coach: John Harbaugh

18. Minnesota Vikings — $3.35 billion

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Owner: Zygi Wilf General manager: Rick Spielman Coach: Mike Zimmer

19. Indianapolis Colts — $3.25 billion

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Owner: Jim Irsay General manager: Chris Ballard Coach: Frank Reich

20. Atlanta Falcons — $3.2 billion

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Owner: Arthur Blank General manager: Terry Fontenot Coach: Arthur Smith

21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — $2.94 billion

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Owner: Glazer family General manager: Jason Licht Coach: Bruce Arians

22. Kansas City Chiefs — $2.93 billion

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Owner: Hunt family General manager: Brett Veach Coach: Andy Reid

23. Los Angeles Chargers — $2.92 billion

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Owner: Dean Spanos General manager: Tom Telesco Coach: Brandon Staley

24. Carolina Panthers — $2.91 billion

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Owner: David Tepper General manager: Scott Fitterer Coach: Matt Rhule

25. New Orleans Saints — $2.825 billion

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Owner: Gayle Benson General manager: Mickey Loomis Coach: Sean Payton

26. Jacksonville Jaguars — $2.8 billion

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Owner: Shahid Khan General manager: Trent Baalke Coach: Steve Spurrier

27. Arizona Cardinals — $2.65 billion

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Owner: Michael Bidwill General manager: Steve Keim Coach: Kliff Kingsbury

28. Tennessee Titans — $2.625 billion

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Owner: Amy Adams Strunk General manager: Jon Robinson Coach: Mike Vrabel

29. Cleveland Browns — $2.6 billion

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Owners: Dee and Jimmy Haslam General manager: Andre Berry Coach: Kevin Stefanski

30. Detroit Lions — $2.4 billion

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Owner: Ford family General manager: Brad Holmes Coach: Dan Campbell

31. Cincinnati Bengals — $2.275 billion

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Owner: Mike Brown General manager: Mike Brown Coach: Zac Taylor

32. Buffalo Bills — $2.27 billion

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Owner: Kim and Terry Pegula General manager: Brandon Beane Coach: Sean McDermott

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