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Bengals Rank No. 27 In Forbes Valuations

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Forbes ranked the most valuable teams in the NFL in an annual valuations. See where the Bengals are ranked.

Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE

Forbes released their annual NFL valuations on Wednesday,

The Bengals ranked No. 27 with avalue of $924 million, a six percent increase from 2012. The Bengals drew $250 million in revenue last year with a $37.3 million operating cost (which ranked 13th most). Even though the Bengals had a six-percent increase in their valuation, they didn't change position compared to the other teams in the league.

The Dallas Cowboys ($2.3 billion), New England Patriots ($1.8 billion), Washington Redskins ($1.7 billion), New York Giants ($1.55 billion) and Houston Texans ($1.45 billion) ranked in the top-five. Find the valuations here and below.

Rank Team Current Value ($mil) 1-Yr Value Change (%) Debt/Value
(%)
Revenue ($mil) Operating Income ($mil)
1 Cowboys 2,300 10 12 539 250.7
2 Patriots 1,800 10 14 408 139.2
3 Redskins 1,700 6 26 381 104.3
4 Giants 1,550 6 42 338 64.4
5 Texans 1,450 11 13 320 81.5
6 Jets 1,380 7 54 321 52.8
7 Eagles 1,314 4 15 306 47.8
8 Bears 1,252 5 9 298 63.2
9 Ravens 1,227 6 22 292 48.3
10 49ers 1,224 4 11 255 10.2
11 Colts 1,200 4 4 276 65.0
12 Packers 1,183 2 2 282 54.3
13 Broncos 1,161 3 12 283 31.7
14 Steelers 1,118 2 18 266 28.3
15 Seahawks 1,081 4 11 270 28.2
16 Dolphins 1,074 1 36 268 24.8
17 Buccaneers 1,067 3 17 267 2.2
18 Panthers 1,057 1 6 271 28.9
19 Titans 1,055 4 12 270 40.0
20 Chiefs 1,009 0 7 245 15.0
21 Vikings 1,007 3 33 234 28.0
22 Browns 1,005 2 20 264 17.1
23 Saints 1,004 3 7 276 22.2
24 Cardinals 961 4 16 253 9.7
25 Chargers 949 1 11 250 30.4
26 Falcons 933 11 29 252 18.5
27 Bengals 924 6 11 250 37.3
28 Lions 900 5 31 248 -3.5
29 St Rams 875 12 13 239 21.1
30 Bills 870 8 14 256 12.6
31 Jaguars 840 9 24 260 15.5
32 Raiders 825 5 24 229 19.1