$32.9 = total value of NFL franchises in billions with the individual franchise average being $1.02 billion (Forbes magazine).
95.8 = amount of television revenue in millions taken in by each NFL club last season from their TV contracts with an additional $45.8 million each being generated by various other mediums to total approximately $141.6 million per team (NFL Players Association).
16 = number of owners who are billionaires (Forbes).
8 = amount in billions of tax dollars that have been paid for active stadiums. But, what’s troubling is that it’s more than half of the overall amount spent on construction and infrastructure (NY Times).
2 = number of teams that lost money in the 2009 season: Miami Dolphins and Detroit Lions (Forbes).
28 = number of NFL games in the top 30 rated television shows among all
programming in 2010 (Forbes).
1.1 = worth in billions of Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, the same owner whose team sued a 73-year-old grandmother for not keeping up on her season-ticket package payments.
160 = the estimated cost in millions each NFL city could lose if there is a prolonged lockout (NFLPA).
3,000 = the amount of jobs each NFL city could lose if there is a prolonged lockout which will total 93,000 (NFLPA).
All for what? A new toy yacht?