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Bills again rank last in Forbes annual list of NFL team values

The Buffalo Bills are again ranked last in Forbes' annual valuation of NFL franchises.

The team is listed at $1.6 billion, which shows no gain from last year. According to Forbes, average value increased 2 percent to $2.57 billion. The 2 percent is the smallest annual increase since 2011, when values went up 1.4 percent.

The Bills' value still reflects an increase from the $1.4 billion that the Pegulas paid to purchase the team in 2014. The Bills' value went up 7 percent from 2016 to 2017, according to Forbes.

The Bills generate the fourth-lowest revenue in the league at $364 million and a factor in the Bills' inability to generate more is the stadium.

The Dallas Cowboys remain No. 1 in the league with a $5 billion valuation, followed by the New England Patriots at $3.8 billion, the New York Giants at $3.3 billion, the Los Angeles Rams at $3.2 billion, the Washington Redskins at $3.1 billion. The San Francisco 49ers also are in the $3 billion club at $3.05 billion.

The bottom five are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at $2 billion, the Cleveland Browns at $1.95 billion, the Cincinnati Bengals at $1.8 billion, the Detroit Lions are $1.7 billion and the Bills.

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