Forbes has the Giants listed as the number nine overall team in the world with an estimated worth of $1.468 billion; a big part of that contribution is from the $425 million over the next 25 years that MetLife is paying for the naming rights to their stadium MetLife Stadium.
Three other NFL franchises were ranked ahead of the Giants on the list; the Dallas Cowboys were ranked number five at $2.1 billion, the New England Patriots were ranked number six at $1.63 billion and the Washington Redskins were ranked ahead of the Giants by one spot at number eight at $1.6 billion.
Other NFL teams on the list were the Houston Texans at number 13, the New York Jets at number 14, the Philadelphia Eagles at number 15, the Chicago Bears at number 16, the San Francisco 49ers at number 17, the Green Bay Packers at number 18, the Baltimore Ravens at number 19, the Indianapolis Colts at number 20, the Denver Broncos at number 22 and the Pittsburgh Steelers at number 23.
The top two teams on the list were Real Madrid soccer club at number one and Manchester United soccer club at number two; Manchester United is owned by Malcolm Glazer; who also owns the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who were ranked number 28 on the list.
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