Congratulations, Patriots fans. You've helped Robert Kraft make your team the second most valuable in the National Football League, according to Forbes. New England is worth $1.64 billion while Dallas topped the two billion plateau at $2.1 billion.
Behind the Cowboys and Patriots, the Washington Redskins ($1.6 billion), New York Giants ($1.47 billion) and Houston Texans ($1.31 billion) round out the top five. The next most valuable AFC East team is, shocker, the New York Jets, worth $1.28 billion.
Philadelphia ($1.26 billion), Chicago ($1.19 billion), San Francisco ($1.17 billion) and Green Bay ($1.16 billion) are the Nos. 6-10 most valuable NFL teams.
New England's remaining division-mates, the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills, come in at Nos. 15 and 29. The Dolphins are worth $1.06 billion while the Bills come in at $805 million. The Jacksonville Jaguars were the least valuable NFL team, but still drew a price tag of $770 million. Not bad, huh?