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    [2019] Forbes | Team Revenue Rankings

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    March 1st, 2020

     

     

    We here at Forbes have taken a few weeks following the conclusion of the NFLHC 2019 season to sift through our data, crunch some numbers, and once again develop our annual revenue report.

     

     

    This season the NFLHC's collective shared revenue has risen up to roughly $10.8 billion, of that each team takes an equal chunk of $338,546,775. These shared revenues come directly national TV revenue, 40% of collective gate revenues, national sponsorships, and other miscellaneous means. Each team also collects their own local revenue which is predominantly fueled by local TV deals/sponsorships, remaining stadium revenues, and merchandising.

     

     

    Much of a team's local revenue is affected by the opinion their local fans have that season as well as the savviness of the organization's ownership. While these are directly affected by the organization itself, some factors such as market size, stadium capacity, etc. can't easily be altered through a single season.

     

     



    For the 2019 season, here is the rankings of total revenue that each organization brought home. Note that this excludes any expenses that may have taken place during this time.

     

     

    1. :jets: New York Jets    $844,217,633.65 (+2)
    2. :raiders: Oakland    $834,438,296.57 (-1)
    3. :cowboys: Dallas    $807,525,278.64 (-1)
    4. :giants: New York Giants    $791,289,107.91 ( - )
    5. :rams: Los Angeles    $780,544,904.39 ( - )

    6. :49ers: San Francisco    $773,400,529.08 ( - )
    7. :broncos: Denver    $692,979,401.56 ( - )
    8. :bears: Chicago    $647,949,203.37 ( - )
    9. :texans: Houston    $631,857,091.19 ( - )
    10. :redskins: Washington    $628,141,142.23 ( - )
    11. :seahawks: Seattle    $619,148,072.69 ( - )

    12. :panthers: Carolina    $617,750,908.18 ( - )
    13. :eagles: Philadelphia    $616,135,432.53 ( - )
    14. :fibur: Detroit    $607,095,933.62 (+1)
    15. :falcons: Atlanta    $596,255,222.57 (+1)
    16. :titans: Tennessee    $588,936,464.35 (-2)
    17. :colts: Indianapolis    $582,146,132.89 (+1)
    18. :bills: Buffalo    $581,324,620.41 (-1)
    19. :chiefs: Kansas City    $580,097,295.40 ( - )
    20. :patriots: New England    $568,447,320.32 (+1)
    21. :jaguars: Jacksonville    $546,013,446.87 (+1)
    22. :steelers: Pittsburgh    $545,532,732.01 (-2)
    23. :saints: New Orleans    $537,758,373.52 ( - )
    24. :ravens: Baltimore    $520,034,313.23 (+3)
    25. :cardinals: Arizona    $514,766,009.48 (-1)
    26. :packers: Green Bay    $509,665,788.82 (-1)
    27. :dolphins: Miami    $508,215,428.04 (-1)
    28. :buccaneers: Tampa Bay    $480,614,343.48 ( - )
    29. :vikings: Minnesota    $466,584,616.17 (+2)
    30. :bengals: Cincinnati    $465,535,567.22 (-1)
    31. :browns: Cleveland    $455,506,950.90 (+1)
    32. :chargers: San Diego / LA Chargers    $449,312,437.75 (-2)

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    Errata

    After receiving updated Census data, it has been brought to our attention that while extra growth from this new data is generally minimal it has changed the rankings slightly. 

     

    Philadelphia has now dropped below Carolina in our new findings and the list as been adjusted to show these changes.

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