Forbes has a new list of 'The World's 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams of 2017.' The numbers are based on calculations done over the past year for the NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB, Formula One, Soccer, and NASCAR.

The Top 50 is loaded with NFL teams, in fact, 29 of the 32 football teams cracked the list. The only three not to make it are: The Cincinnati Bengals, the Detroit Lions, and the Buffalo Bills.

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Here's the Top 20:

  1. Dallas Cowboys – $4.2 billion (NFL)
  2. New York Yankees – $3.7 billion (MLB)
  3. Manchester United – $3.69 billion (Soccer)
  4. Barcelona – $3.64 billion (Soccer)
  5. Real Madrid – $3.58 billion (Soccer)
  6. New England Patriots – $3.4 billion (NFL)
  7. New York Knicks – $3.3 billion (NBA)
  8. New York Giants – $3.1 billion (NFL)
  9. San Francisco 49ers – $3 billion (NFL)
  10. L.A. Lakers – $3 billion (NBA)
  11. Washington Redskins – $2.95 billion (NFL)
  12. L.A. Rams – $2.9 billion (NFL)
  13. New York Jets – $2.75 billion (NFL)
  14. L.A. Dodgers – $2.75 billion (MLB)
  15. Bayern Munich – $2.71 billion (Soccer)
  16. Chicago Bears – $2.7 billion (NFL)
  17. Boston Red Box – $2.7 billion (MLB)
  18. Chicago Cubs – $2.68 billion (MLB)
  19. San Francisco Giants – $2.65 billion (MLB)
  20. Houston Texans – $2.6 billion (NFL)

Read more at Forbes.