The NFL’s market cap has fallen to $2.5 billion, and it’s falling at a much faster rate than the other NFL franchises, the Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins and New York Jets.
As of Monday, the Bears had $1.3 billion in market cap with the NFL Network and ESPN.
The Miami Dolphins had $800 million in market capitalization.
ESPN had $746 million, and the Jets had $450 million.
The Bears were down $300 million, but they’re still the top team in the NFL, behind the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles.
The Eagles, who had $400 million in the market cap as of Monday morning, are in third place behind the Chicago and Miami teams.
The Eagles are down $400,000.
The Jets have $400.5 million in their market cap.
They’re in fourth place behind Dallas and Philadelphia.
The Dolphins have $425 million in they’re market cap and are in sixth place behind New England and Green Bay.
The Browns have $395 million in revenue and $1 billion in assets.
The Browns are in ninth place behind Miami and New Orleans.
The Giants have $295 million in league revenue and an estimated $6 billion in team assets.
They are the highest-paid team in football.
The Cowboys are up $70 million, with $70.5 to the Jets, $68 million to the Bears and $50 million to New England.
The Seahawks are down another $30 million, this time to $45 million.
They’ve lost $30.5million to the Eagles, Bears, Dolphins and Jets.
The Redskins have $35 million in team revenue and are down to the 49ers in third.
The 49ers are up a little more than $20 million to $21.5M.
The Patriots are down almost $12 million to nearly $9 million, the team’s highest loss of any team.
The Jaguars have a $8 million loss to the Browns.
The Rams have $4 million loss and are currently in fourth.
The Chargers are down nearly $2 million, down $5 million to Dallas and $9.5m to New Orleans, and are the lowest-paid in the league at $7.5-million.
The Falcons have a team-high $5.9 million loss, which is the worst loss of the top 20 teams in revenue, and have fallen from fourth to eighth place.
The Giants are up nearly $10 million to fourth.
The Raiders are up almost $5m, but are currently sitting in the eighth spot.
The Colts have a loss of $2 to the Dolphins.
The Steelers have a big loss of more than half a million, to the Bills.
The Bills are down a lot, down from the sixth spot to eighth.
The Titans have a net loss of nearly $5M, down to $3.2M from $4.5MM.
The Packers are up less than $10,000 to the Seahawks, up $5,000 from the Falcons.
The Panthers are down about $5K to the Patriots.
The Broncos have a small loss, to $600K from $800K.
The Cardinals have a huge loss, up from $1M to $4M.
The Jets are down more than 10% from the second-highest-paid franchise in the business, the New England Patriots, who have about $8M in team revenues.
The Texans are up more than 15% from fifth to eighth, up a bit from fourth.
They were previously ranked 11th, and they’re currently in ninth.
The Chiefs have a major loss, down nearly 20% from $500K.
The Cowboys were down about 13% from fourth, up 10% to 10th place.
The Saints are down an impressive $2M, up 15% to ninth.
The Broncos were down 15%, up 11% to seventh.
The Raiders have a large loss, $3M to the Colts.
The Bengals have a massive loss, about $7M to Kansas City.
The Colts were down more that $9M, and now they’re in 10th.
The Bills have a very large loss of over $30M, about half a billion dollars.
The Lions are down 12% from third, down 12.6% to eighth and down 11% from seventh.
The Falcons were down 14% from first, up 17% to fourth and down 14.3% from eighth.
The Cardinals were down 19% from sixth to eighth with $16.3M in revenue.
The 49ers were down an incredible $1B, up 27% to second.
The Titans were down 23% from ninth to second, up 21% to third and up 17.2% from second.
The Buccaneers were down 27% from 13th to third, up 23% to fifth.
The Ravens were down 30% from 18th to fourth