Just because yesterday’s Patriots vs. Jets game at Gillette Stadium was soooo… uneventful, until it wasn’t. We all need to watch this “moment when” over and over again. We deserve that much for watching, or listening to, a whole lot of nothing for 3 hours. For those unaware, the New England Patriots defeated the New York Jets yesterday in Foxborough 10-3. Up until the very last seconds, it was tied 3-3. But thanks to a dramactic punt return touchdown from Pats’ rookie Marcus Jones, New England eked out a win with only five seconds left in regulation.
Watch it here:
.@GilletteStadium was going crazy 🔋#NEvsMIN 11/24 on NBC— New England Patriots (@Patriots) November 21, 2022
One Boston Sports Team Makes Top Ten Forbes List Of Most Valuable Sports Teams
Forbes has unveiled their list of the world’s 50 most valuable sports teams. Most of us like some kind of professional sports, but these numbers are proof this is big business, baby. It’s a mutli-billion dollar business that gets bigger ever year. According to the article, “the world’s 50 most valuable sports teams are worth a combined $222.7 billion, 30% more than a year ago, the biggest increase in five years.” Chew on that for a moment.
It’s clear, the NFL is in command of the numbers, with 30 of the total 32 teams making the top 50. That equates to 60% of the list, as Forbes reports. But which Boston teams made the list. If we are talking top ten…only one Boston sports team made the cut. Two others are holding down spots #30 and #41. But still, they “made the team,” and ranked in the top 50! Find out where, and who, here. Let’s start by taking a look at the top 10. Keep in mind, there are plenty of ties on this list, with some teams bringing in the same amount of money.