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Anybody Have $1.048 Billion Laying Around?

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Johnny Rockets    3,046

Wonder what influences the % of increase over the previous year? At first I thought it was strictly winning because the Giants, 49ers,Patriots, etc. have double digit increases but the Vikings lead with 22% and the Colts are 6th with 9%. Interesting.

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MadHatter    9,501

Wonder what influences the % of increase over the previous year? At first I thought it was strictly winning because the Giants, 49ers,Patriots, etc. have double digit increases but the Vikings lead with 22% and the Colts are 6th with 9%. Interesting.

Vikings are getting a new stadium with more high priced suites. This increases the projected future revenue stream for the team and thus the valuation of worth.

Winning really does not have that much to do with the valuation of worth. Valuation is NOTHING but a time value analysis of the projected future cashflow streams.

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broseidon    46

Heard them talking about this on 610 am

I say sell the Bobcats to mexico and reallocate the funds to beef up our secondary

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Chaos    8,174

Heard them talking about this on 610 am

I say sell the Bobcats to mexico and reallocate the funds to beef up our secondary

I checked, they said no thanks. Or "no gracias"

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Johnny Rockets    3,046

Vikings are getting a new stadium with more high priced suites. This increases the projected future revenue stream for the team and thus the valuation of worth.

Winning really does not have that much to do with the valuation of worth. Valuation is NOTHING but a time value analysis of the projected future cashflow streams.

Good point on the Vikes, I thought they might be getting a stadium but couldn't remember for sure if it got passed.

It looks like winning has to influence the increase over last year in some sort no? Why else would the 49ers all of a sudden have the 2nd highest increase over last year? Their future projected cashflow streams took a big jump because they won last year and look to be building a good team for years to come or am I looking at that all wrong?

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Nine_Lives    65

Looks like NE jumped Washington : ( Washington topped the list before Dallas built than huge (compensating?) stadium.

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KendrickPanther    7,014

The Colts probably got a boost from hosting a Super Bowl. The one number that looks odd to me is operating income of just $11.5m I don't know if we are that bad or it considered all the checks Jerry wrote recently.

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