Dallas Cowboys and Forbes' Top 15 Most Valuable Teams of 2015

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  • 6. Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB-$2. 4 billion)
    2/34 The Dodgers raked in more than $120 million in local television money last season, the most in baseball, as part of the team’s 25-year, $8.35 billion deal with Time Warner Cable. Attendance was also tops in MLB.
  • 6. Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB-$2. 4 billion)
    3/34 The Dodgers raked in more than $120 million in local television money last season, the most in baseball, as part of the team’s 25-year, $8.35 billion deal with Time Warner Cable. Attendance was also tops in MLB.
  • 12. Houston Texans (NFL-$1. 85 billion)
    4/34 The Texans jumped from 2 wins to 9 last season, although still missed the playoffs for the 11th time in the franchise's 13-year history. The team will host the Super Bowl in 2017 at newly rebranded NRG Stadium.
  • 12. Houston Texans (NFL-$1. 85 billion)
    5/34 The Texans jumped from 2 wins to 9 last season, although still missed the playoffs for the 11th time in the franchise's 13-year history. The team will host the Super Bowl in 2017 at newly rebranded NRG Stadium.
  • 9. New York Giants (NFL-$2. 1 billion)
    6/34 Even with $40 million annual payments to service stadium debt, the Giants have made a killing since MetLife Stadium opened in 2010. Ticket prices are third highest in the NFL.
  • 9. New York Giants (NFL-$2. 1 billion)
    7/34 Even with $40 million annual payments to service stadium debt, the Giants have made a killing since MetLife Stadium opened in 2010. Ticket prices are third highest in the NFL.
  • 1. Dallas Cowboys (NFL-$3. 2 billion)
    8/34 The NFL’s most valuable team generates more than $100 million annually from sponsorships led by its 25-year, $500 million stadium naming rights deal with AT&T.
  • 1. Dallas Cowboys (NFL-$3. 2 billion)
    9/34 The NFL’s most valuable team generates more than $100 million annually from sponsorships led by its 25-year, $500 million stadium naming rights deal with AT&T.
  • 10. Chicago Bulls (NBA-$2 billion)
    10/34 The Bulls led the NBA in attendance during the 2014-15 season for the sixth straight year, averaging 21,343 fans per game at the United Center. Bulls' owner Jerry Reinsdorf, who also owns MLB's Chicago White Sox, owns half of the arena.
  • 10. Chicago Bulls (NBA-$2 billion)
    11/34 The Bulls led the NBA in attendance during the 2014-15 season for the sixth straight year, averaging 21,343 fans per game at the United Center. Bulls' owner Jerry Reinsdorf, who also owns MLB's Chicago White Sox, owns half of the arena.
  • 11. San Francisco Giants (MLB-$2 billion)
    12/34 The Giants third World Series victory in 5 seasons helped make them the third-most profitable team in baseball in 2014.
  • 11. San Francisco Giants (MLB-$2 billion)
    13/34 The Giants third World Series victory in 5 seasons helped make them the third-most profitable team in baseball in 2014.
  • 5. New York Knicks (NBA-$2.5 billion)
    14/34 The Knicks posted a franchise-worst 17-65 record during the 2014-15 season, but still generate nearly $300 million a year in revenue thanks to the NBA's priciest tickets and luxury suites that cost up to $1 million.
  • 5. New York Knicks (NBA-$2.5 billion)
    15/34 The Knicks posted a franchise-worst 17-65 record during the 2014-15 season, but still generate nearly $300 million a year in revenue thanks to the NBA's priciest tickets and luxury suites that cost up to $1 million.
  • 4. New England Patriots (NFL-$2.6 billion)
    16/34 The Patriots captured their fourth Super Bowl title of the Brady/Belichick era under a cloud of controversy regarding the Deflategate scandal. The Pats have the highest ticket prices in the NFL.
  • 7. Washington Redskins (NFL-$2. 4 billion)
    17/34 The Redskins once boasted a season ticket waiting list of more than 200,000 names, but this spring the club removed thousands of seats at FedEx Field for the third time in 5 years. The team is 7-25 over the past 2 seasons.
  • 7. Washington Redskins (NFL-$2. 4 billion)
    18/34 The Redskins once boasted a season ticket waiting list of more than 200,000 names, but this spring the club removed thousands of seats at FedEx Field for the third time in 5 years. The team is 7-25 over the past 2 seasons.
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    20/34 Meet the 15 sports teams that Forbes magazine includes in their famous list in 2015 for generate more money last year.
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  • 15. Philadelphia Eagles (NFL-$1. 75 billion)
    22/34 The Eagles are financially one of the NFL’s strongest clubs with the seventh highest revenue in the sport, but they are looking up at their NFC East brethren: Cowboys, Redskins and Giants, who all rank among the NFL’s top 4 revenue teams.
  • 15. Philadelphia Eagles (NFL-$1. 75 billion)
    23/34 The Eagles are financially one of the NFL’s strongest clubs with the seventh highest revenue in the sport, but they are looking up at their NFC East brethren: Cowboys, Redskins and Giants, who all rank among the NFL’s top 4 revenue teams.
  • 14. New York Jets (NFL-$1. 8 billion)
    24/34 Woody Johnson cleaned house in December by firing coach Rex Ryan and GM John Idzik. The cause: four straight non-winning seasons after reaching the AFC title game back-to-back years.
  • 14. New York Jets (NFL-$1. 8 billion)
    25/34 Woody Johnson cleaned house in December by firing coach Rex Ryan and GM John Idzik. The cause: four straight non-winning seasons after reaching the AFC title game back-to-back years.
  • 3. Los Angeles Lakers (NBA-$2.6 billion)
    26/34 The team posted their worst record in franchise history at 21-61, which pushed TV ratings down 27% after a 54% drop the previous year. The Lakers still rank as the league's most profitable team thanks to their $4 billion, 20-year TV deal with Time Warner.
  • 3. Los Angeles Lakers (NBA-$2.6 billion)
    27/34 The team posted their worst record in franchise history at 21-61, which pushed TV ratings down 27% after a 54% drop the previous year. The Lakers still rank as the league's most profitable team thanks to their $4 billion, 20-year TV deal with Time Warner.
  • 8. Boston Red Sox (MLB-$2. 1 billion)
    28/34 One year after capturing their third World Series since 2004, the Red Sox won just 71 games and finished last in the AL East. Viewership on NESN, the team's 80%-owned regional sports network, averaged 114,000 viewers per game, 36% less than the previous season.
  • 8. Boston Red Sox (MLB-$2. 1 billion)
    29/34 One year after capturing their third World Series since 2004, the Red Sox won just 71 games and finished last in the AL East. Viewership on NESN, the team's 80%-owned regional sports network, averaged 114,000 viewers per game, 36% less than the previous season.
  • 2. New York Yankees (MLB-$3. 2 billion)
    30/34 The Yankees missed the postseason for the second consecutive season in 2014 and only the third time since 1994. But the Bronx Bombers still finished tops in the American League in attendance, averaging 42,520 fans per game.
  • 2. New York Yankees (MLB-$3. 2 billion)
    31/34 The Yankees missed the postseason for the second consecutive season in 2014 and only the third time since 1994. But the Bronx Bombers still finished tops in the American League in attendance, averaging 42,520 fans per game.
  • 13. Chicago Cubs (MLB-$1. 8 billion)
    32/34 In February, MLB approved the sale of a minority interest in the Cubs (including the team’s equity in CSN Chicago, Wrigley Field, and nearby real estate that is going to be developed) to several investors for an aggregate of $150 million. The enterprise value placed on the team and Wrigley Field was $1.8 billion.
  • 13. Chicago Cubs (MLB-$1. 8 billion)
    33/34 In February, MLB approved the sale of a minority interest in the Cubs (including the team’s equity in CSN Chicago, Wrigley Field, and nearby real estate that is going to be developed) to several investors for an aggregate of $150 million. The enterprise value placed on the team and Wrigley Field was $1.8 billion.
  • 4. New England Patriots (NFL-$2.6 billion)
    34/34 The Patriots captured their fourth Super Bowl title of the Brady/Belichick era under a cloud of controversy regarding the Deflategate scandal. The Pats have the highest ticket prices in the NFL.

Powerful Teams

Meet the 15 sports teams that Forbes magazine includes in their famous list in 2015 for generate more money last year.

Equipos poderosos

Forbes reveló su lista de los 15 equipos más valiosos del 2015. ¿Quién acompaña a los Dallas Cowboys?

1. Dallas Cowboys (NFL-$3. 2 billion)

The NFL’s most valuable team generates more than $100 million annually from sponsorships led by its 25-year, $500 million stadium naming rights deal with AT&T.

El equipo más valioso de la NFL genera más de $ 100 millones anuales gracias a patrocinios, liderados por su acuerdo de 25 años por los derechos del nombre del estadio con AT & T, por $ 500 millones.

2. New York Yankees (MLB-$3. 2 billion)

The Yankees missed the postseason for the second consecutive season in 2014 and only the third time since 1994. But the Bronx Bombers still finished tops in the American League in attendance, averaging 42,520 fans per game.

Los Yankees se perdieron la postemporada por segunda temporada consecutiva en 2014 y por tercera vez desde 1994. Pero los Bombarderos del Bronx todavía lideran la asistencia en la Liga Americana, con un promedio de 42.520 aficionados por partido.

3. Los Angeles Lakers (NBA-$2.6 billion)

The team posted their worst record in franchise history at 21-61, which pushed TV ratings down 27% after a 54% drop the previous year. The Lakers still rank as the league's most profitable team thanks to their $4 billion, 20-year TV deal with Time Warner.

El equipo registró su peor récord en la historia de la franquicia en 21-61, lo que redujo los rankings televisivos en un 27% después de una caída del 54% del año anterior. Los Lakers siguen siendo ewl equipo más rentable de la liga, gracias a los acuerdo de TV por 20 años con Time Warner, por $ 4 mil millones.

4. New England Patriots (NFL-$2.6 billion)

The Patriots captured their fourth Super Bowl title of the Brady/Belichick era under a cloud of controversy regarding the Deflategate scandal. The Pats have the highest ticket prices in the NFL.

Los Patriots capturaron su cuarto título de Super Bowl de la era Brady / Belichick bajo una nube de controversia por el escándalo Deflategate. Los Pats tienen los precios de entradas más altos en la NFL.

5. New York Knicks (NBA-$2.5 billion)

The Knicks posted a franchise-worst 17-65 record during the 2014-15 season, but still generate nearly $300 million a year in revenue thanks to the NBA's priciest tickets and luxury suites that cost up to $1 million.

Los Knicks registraron el peor récord de franquicia con un 17-65 en la temporada 2014-15, pero aún generan casi $ 300 millones al año en ingresos gracias a los boletos más caros de la NBA y suites de lujo que cuestan hasta $ 1 millón.

6. Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB-$2. 4 billion)

The Dodgers raked in more than $120 million in local television money last season, the most in baseball, as part of  the team’s 25-year, $8.35 billion deal with Time Warner Cable. Attendance was also tops in MLB.

Los Dodgers recaudaron más de $ 120 millones en la temporada pasada en dinero de televisión local, la mayor cantidad en el béisbol, como parte del acuerdo de 25 años con Time Warner Cable, por 8350 millones dólares. La asistencia fue también la más alta de las Grandes Ligas.

7. Washington Redskins (NFL-$2. 4 billion)

The Redskins once boasted a season ticket waiting list of more than 200,000 names, but this spring the club removed thousands of seats at FedEx Field for the third time in 5 years. The team is 7-25 over the past 2 seasons.

Los Redskins se jactó una vez de una lista de abonos de más de 200.000 nombres de espera, pero esta primavera el club eliminó miles de puestos en el FedEx Field por tercera vez en 5 años. El equipo tuvo un récord de 7-25 en los últimas 2 temporadas.

8. Boston Red Sox (MLB-$2. 1 billion)

One year after capturing their third World Series since 2004, the Red Sox won just 71 games and finished last in the AL East. Viewership on NESN, the team's 80%-owned regional sports network, averaged 114,000 viewers per game, 36% less than the previous season.

Un año después de la captura de su tercera Serie Mundial desde 2004, los Red Sox ganaron apenas 71 juegos y terminaron últimos en el Este de la Americana. La audiencia en NESN, la red de deportes regionales del equipo, promedió 114.000 espectadores por partido, 36% menos que la temporada anterior.

9. New York Giants (NFL-$2. 1 billion)

Even with $40 million annual payments to service stadium debt, the Giants have made a killing since MetLife Stadium opened in 2010. Ticket prices are third highest in the NFL.

Incluso con pagos anuales de $ 40.000.000 por la deuda del servicio del estadio, los Giants han hecho su agosto desde que el MetLife Stadium abrió sus puertas en 2010. Los precios de las entradas son los terceros más altos en la NFL.

10. Chicago Bulls (NBA-$2 billion)

The Bulls led the NBA in attendance during the 2014-15 season for the sixth straight year, averaging 21,343 fans per game at the United Center. Bulls' owner Jerry Reinsdorf, who also owns MLB's Chicago White Sox, owns half of the arena.

Los Bulls lideraron la asistencia en la NBA durante la temporada 2014-15 por sexto año consecutivo, con un promedio de 21.343 aficionados por partido en el United Center. El propietario de los Bulls, Jerry Reinsdorf, quien también es dueño de los Chicago White Sox de la MLB, posee la mitad de la arena.

11. San Francisco Giants (MLB-$2 billion)

The Giants third World Series victory in 5 seasons helped make them the third-most profitable team in baseball in 2014.

La tercera victoria en la Serie Mundial de los Giants en 5 temporadas ayudó a que fueran el tercer equipo más rentable de las Grandes Ligas en 2014.

12. Houston Texans (NFL-$1. 85 billion)

The Texans jumped from 2 wins to 9 last season, although still missed the playoffs for the 11th time in the franchise's 13-year history. The team will host the Super Bowl in 2017 at newly rebranded NRG Stadium.

Los Texans pasaron de 2 victorias a 9 la temporada pasada, aunque se perdieron los playoffs por 11ª vez en 13 años de historia de la franquicia. El equipo será la sede del Super Bowl en 2017 en el recién rebautizado estadio NRG.

13. Chicago Cubs (MLB-$1. 8 billion)

In February, MLB approved the sale of a minority interest in the Cubs (including the team’s equity in CSN Chicago, Wrigley Field, and nearby real estate that is going to be developed) to several investors for an aggregate of $150 million. The enterprise value placed on the team and Wrigley Field was $1.8 billion.

En febrero, la MLB aprobó la venta de una participación minoritaria en los Cubs (incluyendo la equidad del equipo en CSN Chicago, el Wrigley Field, y bienes raíces cercanos) a varios inversores por un total de $ 150 millones. El valor que la empresa puso en el equipo y el Wrigley Field fue de $ 1.8 mil millones.

14. New York Jets (NFL-$1. 8 billion)

Woody Johnson cleaned house in December by firing coach Rex Ryan and GM John Idzik. The cause: four straight non-winning seasons after reaching the AFC title game back-to-back years.

Woody Johnson limpió la casa en diciembre despidiendo al entrenador en jefe Rex Ryan y al GM John Idzik. La causa: cuatro temporadas consecutivas sin ganar después de llegar al partido por el título de la AFC.

15. Philadelphia Eagles (NFL-$1. 75 billion)

The Eagles are financially one of the NFL’s strongest clubs with the seventh highest revenue in the sport, but they are looking up at their NFC East brethren: Cowboys, Redskins and Giants, who all rank among the NFL’s top 4 revenue teams.

Los Eagles son financieramente uno de los clubes más fuertes de la NFL, siendo el séptimo equipo con los más altos ingresos en el fútbol americano, pero ellos están buscando ser como sus hermanos de la NFC Este: Cowboys, Resdkins y Giants, quienes se encuentran entre los equipos con los 4 mejores ingresos de la NFL.