Nfl Team Values 2020: Top 10 NFL Franchise Values 2020 By Forbes

One of the things sports fans want know is the annual team values of their teams. And Below we have curated from Forbes rankings of NFL teams values 2020 in the united states.

List Of The Most Valuable Nfl Teams 2020

Below are the top 10 richest and most valuable NFL teams as of 2020 according to Forbes:

10. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES, $2.65 BILLION

 

Last, but certainly not least, on the top 10 are the reigning Super Bowl champions — the Philadelphia Eagles. Fresh off their franchise’s first ring, the team ranked No. 22 overall at $2.65 billion with a six percent increase.

The Eagles find themselves in the unique position of 2020 of having to pick between Super Bowl champion quarterback Nick Foles and Pro Bowler Carson Wentz as their starter. Wentz went 11-2 in his 13 starts, racking up 3,296 passing yards and 33 touchdowns. But on the other hand Foles was phenomenal in his three playoff wins, throwing 77-of-106 for 971 yards and seven touchdowns (one of which he caught as a receiver during the Super Bowl).

9. NEW YORK JETS, $2.75 BILLION

 

Just behind the Texans on the list are the New York Jets at $2.75 billion. With a zero percent change in valu0e over the past year, the Jets are the fourth most-valuable team in New York, ahead of the New York Mets at 43rd place with $2.1 billion.

The Jets struggled in 2017 with a 5-11 record, but looked to take a new direction when they drafted USC quarterback Sam Darnold with the No. 3 overall pick in April.

Darnold discussed his summer training with the Jets’ team website on Wednesday.

“Looking at the script, being able to have someone read the plays to me and being able to spit them back out,” Darnold said when discussing his summer training. “All those things. And then obviously continuing to lift, continuing to run and be on the field (and) throw the ball a little bit.”

8. HOUSTON TEXANS, $2.8 BILLION

 

The league’s newest team, the Houston Texans, tied the Boston Red Sox for the 19th richest franchise at $2.8 billion.

The Texans saw an eight percent increase in value from the previous year, which can partially be attributed to the team drafting its new franchise quarterback in Deshaun Watson.

As a former national champion at Clemson, Watson looked strong in his six starts as he completed 61.8 percent of his passes and threw for 19 touchdowns and 1,699 yards. Watson suffered an unfortunate ACL tear in November that cut his season short, but all signs point to him being 100 percent when the Texans play the New England Patriots in Week 1 on Sept. 9.

7. CHICAGO BEARS, $2.85 BILLION

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The Chicago Bears have been stuck in last place in the NFC North since 2014, but the franchise’s value has managed to stay afloat throughout. The Bears were listed as the No. 17 richest franchise, tied with the San Francisco Giants at $2.85 billion.

Chicago’s 2018 season could heavily depend on quarterback Mitch Trubisky’s performance. The team traded up to take him with the No. 2 overall pick in 2017, but he went 4-8 in his 12 starts in his rookie year.

In an interview with the Chicago Tribune on Tuesday, Trubisky said he was confident about improving in his sophomore outing.

“Am I the guy who (goes) play-action, seven-step drop like we were doing last year? I got better at a lot of those things,” he said. “But for Coach (Matt) Nagy to say that we’re going to do what he’s good at, I feel like the things that I’m good at are within this offense. So, for me, it takes my comfort level to a whole new level.”

6. LOS ANGELES RAMS – $3 BILLION

The Los Angeles Rams tied the Los Angeles Dodgers for the 14th overall spot with estimated values of $3 billion.

The team saw a massive improvement in its second year back in LA, winning the NFC West with an 11-5 record with eight of its players making the Pro Bowl. To follow that up, the front office opted to trade away its first, second and fourth-round picks during this year’s NFL Draft to bring in wide receiver Brandon Cooks and cornerbacks E.J. Gaines and Marcus Peters.

On Tuesday the team signed Cooks to a five-year contract worth $80 million. Head coach Sean McVay said in a statement regarding the signing he believes he’s worth every penny.

“He’s a proven professional in this league and signing him to a long-term contract was always our goal,” McVay said. “We’re excited to keep Brandin in a Rams uniform through 2023.”

5. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS, $3.05 BILLION

At No. 13 overall are the five-time Super Bowl Champions, the San Francisco 49ers. The team saw a two percent increase in value to reach $3.05 billion.

Coach Kyle Shanahan helped the team improve from its abysmal 2-14 season in 2016 with a 6-10 record last season, but it wasn’t enough to get them out of the NFC West’s basement.

The team had an active offseason, signing cornerback Richard Sherman, running back Jerick McKinnon and center Weston Richburg all to multi-year contracts. During the draft the front office opted to beef up the offensive line by taking Notre Dame tackle Mike McGlinchey with the ninth overall pick.

4. NEW YORK GIANTS, $3.3 BILLION

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While they may be behind the Yankees ($4 billion) and the Knicks ($3.6 billion), the New York Giants still landed in the top 10 on the list with $3.3 billion, tying them with the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers for eighth place.

The Giants had a woeful 2017 season, finishing last in the NFC East with a 3-13 record. That could change this season thanks to the addition of Penn State running back Saquon Barkley (taken with the No. 2 overall draft pick). But the four-time champions also have a major decision to make as their franchise wideout Odell Beckham Jr. is in the final year of his rookie contract and has stated publicly he wants to be the highest-paid receiver in the league.