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Bestoutwest

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Holy cow there's been a ton of movement. Lot of money spent, but I don't see it coming back in. Better hope they sell a lot of jerseys and tickets....
 

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Bestoutwest":3pibpdly said:
Holy cow there's been a ton of movement. Lot of money spent, but I don't see it coming back in. Better hope they sell a lot of jerseys and tickets....

They raked in 13B in 2017 and projected 25B by 2027.

The NFL signed nine-year deals with Fox FOX, -1.26% , CBS CBS, -0.75% and NBC CMCSA, -0.08% at the start of the 2014 season. Together, the contracts pay the league over $3 billion a season. ESPN DIS, -1.37% pays $1.9 billion a year to broadcast NFL games, according to Fox Business.

Goodell has said his goal is for the league to make $25 billion in revenue by 2027, which would be a huge jump from the $8.7 billion raked in by the league in 2010.
 

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Don't forget pizza hut is the new pizza sponsor, papa John's is out, Payton manning sold all his stores, maybe he's going to by a few pizza huts.
 

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jltrent":1wvkj576 said:
Bestoutwest":1wvkj576 said:
Holy cow there's been a ton of movement. Lot of money spent, but I don't see it coming back in. Better hope they sell a lot of jerseys and tickets....

They raked in 13B in 2017 and projected 25B by 2027.

The NFL signed nine-year deals with Fox FOX, -1.26% , CBS CBS, -0.75% and NBC CMCSA, -0.08% at the start of the 2014 season. Together, the contracts pay the league over $3 billion a season. ESPN DIS, -1.37% pays $1.9 billion a year to broadcast NFL games, according to Fox Business.

Goodell has said his goal is for the league to make $25 billion in revenue by 2027, which would be a huge jump from the $8.7 billion raked in by the league in 2010.
And State taxpayers get stuck with the privilege of paying for new stadiums for the billionaire owners.
 

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Evidently, some folks don't get the FA part of the title.
Free Agency.

Drew Brees reportedly turned down a 2 yr $60m dollar deal from another team and instead took 10 million less to stay in New Orleans.

Surprised still about the Keenum thing. I know it''s all about $$$$$$$$ but still surprised Keenum took the Bronco deal, considering the way head coach Gary Kubiak treated him when they were both in Houston. Kubiak had his head so far up Matt Shaub's rearend he didn't think any other QB existed and never really gave Keenum a chance or spent much effort to develop him.
 

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Son of Butch":dhdkkmya said:
jltrent":dhdkkmya said:
Bestoutwest":dhdkkmya said:
Holy cow there's been a ton of movement. Lot of money spent, but I don't see it coming back in. Better hope they sell a lot of jerseys and tickets....

They raked in 13B in 2017 and projected 25B by 2027.

The NFL signed nine-year deals with Fox FOX, -1.26% , CBS CBS, -0.75% and NBC CMCSA, -0.08% at the start of the 2014 season. Together, the contracts pay the league over $3 billion a season. ESPN DIS, -1.37% pays $1.9 billion a year to broadcast NFL games, according to Fox Business.

Goodell has said his goal is for the league to make $25 billion in revenue by 2027, which would be a huge jump from the $8.7 billion raked in by the league in 2010.
And State taxpayers get stuck with the privilege of paying for new stadiums for the billionaire owners.
ARLINGTON
The city is paying down its debt on AT&T Stadium faster than expected — seven years ahead of schedule — and if that trend continues, it could save taxpayers millions of dollars.

Thanks to higher-than-anticipated sales, hotel and car rental tax revenue, Arlington could ultimately pay off the 30-year stadium bond — about $300 million, plus interest — 10 years early, according to city treasurer Ethan Klos.

About 10 years ago, Arlington sold nearly $298 million in bonds to help publicly finance the $1.2 billion, 80,000-seat stadium and bring the Dallas Cowboys to town. The stadium opened in 2009 and has since hosted dozens of high-profile events, including Super Bowl XLV, the NBA All-Star Game, the Final Four and the inaugural College Football Playoff national championship game earlier this year, which has helped draw millions of visitors and international attention to the city.

Those stadium bonds are repaid through a half-cent sales tax, a 2 percent hotel occupancy tax and a 5 percent car rental tax approved by voters in 2004, in addition to $2 million a year the Cowboys pay to rent the city-owned stadium and $500,000 a year from the team’s naming rights deal with AT&T.
 

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Tb, you will never explain how it works to people that only hear what they want.
Some have no idea what it means when cities issue bonds. Only hear public funded, and stop listening.
Same deal when a syndicate buys a bull for a million dollars. They want to believe in a conspiracy theory, it's more fun that way. Gs
 

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plumber_greg":3nedflh1 said:
Tb, you will never explain how it works to people that only hear what they want.
Some have no idea what it means when cities issue bonds. Only hear public funded, and stop listening.
Same deal when a syndicate buys a bull for a million dollars. They want to believe in a conspiracy theory, it's more fun that way. Gs
yep, you said the magic word, LISTENING, being replaced by laziness and ignorance
 

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plumber_greg":114v7lpq said:
Tb, you will never explain how it works to people that only hear what they want.
Some have no idea what it means when cities issue bonds. Only hear public funded, and stop listening.
Same deal when a syndicate buys a bull for a million dollars. They want to believe in a conspiracy theory, it's more fun that way. Gs
I hear you Greg. Oh well, the information is there but you know what they say....send them to school and all they do is eat the books.
 
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