Originally posted on Giants Football Blog  |  Last updated 11/4/11

WASHINGTON - APRIL 30: New York Giants President and Chief Executive Officer John Mara (R) speaks while President George W. Bush (C) and quarterback Eli Manning stand nearby during an event to honor the Super bowl XLII Champions on the south lawn of the White House, April 30, 2008 in Washington DC. Last February the Giants beat the New England Patriots 17 to 14, in one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
From Brian Solomon of Forbes.com Since they took over control of the New York Giants in 2006 from their fathers, John Mara and Steve Tisch have presided over 33 percent growth in the value of their team – best in the NFL. The 2010 opening of MetLife Stadium helped them rack up a 21 percent bump in revenue last year, the latest achievement for an ownership duo that also lifted the Lombardi Trophy in 2007 for the organization’s third Super Bowl victory. Based on their team’s performance on the field and financial growth off of it, the Mara and Tisch families are the best owners in the NFL, by Forbes’ estimation. To come up with our list, we looked at teams’ change in franchise value and win percentages (including a bump for playoff and Super Bowl victories) over the last five years. Each factor accounts for half of their rank.
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