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  • #16
    Originally posted by bearsfan_51 View Post
    Actually it's not in terms of dollars earned. I would guess that Snyder is probably losing money.

    The way the value of franchises is figured out is kinda quirky, as it has a lot to do with product investment (listen to the guy getting a PhD in Spanish history talk about economics). Therefore, the Carolina Panthers were ranked above the Chicago Bears I believe in terms of "valuable", but if both teams went up on the market it wouldn't even be close in terms of what they would go for.
    Nope. The Redskins are in purely monetary terms the best team in all of football. They are by far the most valuable team (1.423 billion), number six in the league in yearly percentage growth in value (6%), number one in revenue (303 million) and also number one in operating income (108.4 million).

    And speaking of market value for the Carolina Panthers and Chicago Bears, they are both almost equal in market value at the moment. The Bears are worth 945 million dollars while the Panthers are worth 936 million.

    Of course in terms of income per year, the Bears aren't even close to the Panthers. The Bears rank number five at 51.5 million while the Panthers are 24th and 20.7 million.

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    • #17
      Dan Snyder is good for the Denver Broncos, as for winning games for the franchise he owns, his strategy hasn't worked.

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      • #18
        Good for the NFL and GREAT for the NFC East. :D

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        • #19
          Dan Snyder is as good to the NFL as Alzheimer is to the human brain.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Empire View Post
            Nope. The Redskins are in purely monetary terms the best team in all of football. They are by far the most valuable team (1.423 billion), number six in the league in yearly percentage growth in value (6%), number one in revenue (303 million) and also number one in operating income (108.4 million).

            And speaking of market value for the Carolina Panthers and Chicago Bears, they are both almost equal in market value at the moment. The Bears are worth 945 million dollars while the Panthers are worth 936 million.

            Of course in terms of income per year, the Bears aren't even close to the Panthers. The Bears rank number five at 51.5 million while the Panthers are 24th and 20.7 million.
            Can you give us a source or web link with these numbers? I would like to see and evaluate. Thanks.



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            • #21
              Doesn't say how they determine it, but here the Forbes list Skins are the most valuable Franchise in all of sports, only franchise worth a billion+
              http://espn.go.com/sportsbusiness/s/forbes.html

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              • #22
                Oh here:http://www.forbes.com/lists/2005/30/Value_1.html

                Skins are 1st in the league in team value, 1st in revenue, and 2nd in operating Income.

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                • #23
                  As far as his wild spending habits concerning players goes...eh, I could really care less. The thing that bothers me is how high he has driven the market price up for assistant coaches.

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                  • #24
                    From all accounts, the man's an arrogant asshole who meddles in his team, makes decisions he has the right to make, but shouldn't in the interest of winning and then hires and fires people at the drop of a hat. He maligned one of the best defensive coordinators in football by being an asshole, he's rude to other owners and opposing coaches and he leaks stories from inside his house and the NFL to people at the washington post.

                    The dude's a douche.

                    However, he can be good for the business side of the game, because he's a financial genius, which is surprising the way he throws money around.

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                    • #25
                      Good for fans of intelligent front offices. They realize most teams that win SB's are usually coming off a year in which they take care of their own and don't sign any big time FA's.

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