Operating income multiple of National Football League franchises 2010

This graph depicts the operating income multiple of all National Football League teams in 2010. The operating income multiple of the Detroit Lions franchise was 393.4.

National Football League: operating income multiple by team in 2010

Operating income multiple
New York Giants936
Oakland Raiders443.8
Detroit Lions393.4
New York Jets164.9
Miami Dolphins151.6
Green Bay Packers134.3
Carolina Panthers76.1
Pittsburgh Steelers64.2
Denver Broncos56.1
San Francisco 49ers51
Tennessee Titans46.3
Minnesota Vikings42.1
San Diego Chargers38.9
Houston Texans32.9
Philadelphia Eagles30.1
Buffalo Bills29.8
Jacksonville Jaguars29.7
Arizona Cardinals29.3
Chicago Bears29
Cleveland Browns28.9
St. Louis Rams28.6
New Orleans Saints26.8
Seattle Seahawks24.5
Atlanta Falcons22.9
Baltimore Ravens22.4
Indianapolis Colts19.8
New England Patriots19.5
Kansas City Chiefs18.5
Cincinnati Bengals18
Tampa Bay Buccaneers17.6
Washington Redskins13.1
Dallas Cowboys10.4
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Release date

March 2011


United States

Survey time period


Supplementary notes

* Operating income multiple compares the value of a franchise to its operating income. Estimated value / operating income.

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