With the NFL 2014 Regular Season set to start on the Thursday the 4th of September, we take a look at what the NFL teams are worth and which are the most valuable.
Even as the Bills of Buffalo struggle to get a bid over $1 billion and only two years after the Browns sold for $987 million, and a few weeks ago the Clippers on the NBA were sold for $1 billion -- the NFL has not quite lost its ranking as the most valuable sports league in the world.
The NCAA 2014 football season could be in for some changes! Last week, a federal judge ruled that college athletes are entitled to a share of the billions of dollars their sports are capable of generating.
That follows the decision by the NCAA that colleges can loosen their recruitment regulations and pay college athletes stipends.
The NFL is speeding up, so don't peel your eyes from the screen, take a bathroom break, or grab a beer because you might miss something. That is in one part a result of the hurry-up offenses that have increased the number snaps from center on a per-game basis. A sample is the Patriots: in 2013, they snapped the ball six times more per game than they did ten years ago; the Saints had four more snaps per game; and the Bills eight more times as most NFL teams are now using some type of hurry up offense.