The Cowboys Just Beat Real Madrid For Title Of 'Most Valuable' Team

The Dallas Cowboys are making something of a habit of pulling off come-from-behind victories.

Sunday night, Jerry Jones' team rallied to beat the New York Giants with just seconds remaining in the game.

Now, the 'Boys officially passed global soccer giant Real Madrid as the most valuable franchise in all of sports.

In July, Forbes listed the Spanish soccer team as the world's wealthiest sports franchise, but in September, Forbes reported the Cowboys are worth around $4 billion, almost $800 million more than Real Madrid.

The New England Patriots are third on the list, followed by the New York Yankees and FC Barcelona, respectively.

Despite being the most valuable NFL team for nine years running, Dallas hasn't reached the Super Bowl in nearly two decades.

Looks like winning really isn't everything.

Citations: Dallas Cowboys overtake Real Madrid to be 'most valuable' team (BBC), The Most Valuable Teams In The NFL (Forbes), The World's 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams 2015 (Forbes)