The Dallas Cowboys topped Forbes magazine's list of National Football League teams for the seventh straight year with a value of $2.3 billion, a 10 percent rise from 2012. The New England Patriots were second at $1.8 billion, but the Oakland Raiders are at the bottom. Here's the complete rundown:

  1. Dallas Cowboys (2.3 billion)
  2. New England Patriots (1.8 billion)
  3. Washington Redskins (1.7 billion)
  4. New York Giants (1.5 billion)
  5. Houston Texans (1.4 billion)
  6. New York Jets (1.3 billion)
  7. Philadelphia Eagles (1.3 billion)
  8. Chicago Bears (1.2 billion)
  9. Baltimore Ravens (1.2 billion)
  10. San Francisco 49ers (1.2 billion)
  11. Indianapolis Colts (1.2 billion)
  12. Green Bay Packers (1.1 billion)
  13. Denver Broncos (1.1 billion)
  14. Pittsburgh Steelers (1.1 billion)
  15. Seattle Seahawks (1.08 billion)
  16. Miami Dolphins (1.07 billion)
  17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1.06 billion)
  18. Carolina Panthers (1.05 billion)
  19. Tennessee Titans (1.05 billion)
  20. Kansas City Chiefs (1.009 billion)
  21. Minnesota Vikings (1.007 billion)
  22. Cleveland Browns (1.005 billion)
  23. New Orleans Saints (1.004 billion)
  24. Arizona Cardinals (961 million)
  25. San Diego Chargers (949 million)
  26. Atlanta Falcons (933 million)
  27. Cincinnati Bengals (924 million)
  28. Detroit Lions (900 million)
  29. St. Louis Rams (875 million)
  30. Buffalo Bills (870 million)
  31. Jacksonville Jaguars (840 million)
  32. Oakland Raiders (825 million)