December 2009

Packers Playoff Tickets – Out of Nowhere

updated April 19, 2014by December 28, 2009

 Forgive me for not paying more attention but it seems the Green Bay Packers have come out of nowhere to claim a spot in the NFC Playoffs. I remember looking at the Packers loss to the Bucs, watching aaron Rodgers get laid out on every pass play, and thinking the Packers were on the ropes. […]

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Golf Tickets – No Tiger No Crying

updated December 13, 2009by December 13, 2009

 Those of us who cling longingly to our golf tickets have gotten used to seeing Tiger Woods as the focus of all the attention. It’s a situation that I grew tired of a long time ago. Call it heresy, but I never like to see a player or a team dominate a sport for long […]

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Patriots Tickets – Up Against the Wall

updated April 19, 2014by December 7, 2009

 New England Patriots tickets haven’t lost their luster. Yes, it’s true that the Patriots have run across some hard times. Whipped by the New Orleans Saints, then stunned by the Miami Dolphins, New England is in a funk. What was once a commanding lead in the AFC East has now dwindled to a single game […]

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Saints Tickets – Dare to Dream

updated April 19, 2014by December 7, 2009

 Right about this time Saints ticket holders are daring to dream. Dreaming about being that one NFL team that just seems destined for big things. Dreaming about that magical season where everything flows and all the luck in the world gets funneled into your games.  If you didn’t get a chance to latch onto Saints […]

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Tiger Woods Golf Tickets – Baby Can You Drive My Car?

updated December 1, 2009by December 1, 2009

 The old Beatles tune kept running through my head as I watched the Tiger Woods debacle on the network news. Never has anyone wreaked so much havoc with their personal lives, or drawn so much attention, for running over a fire hydrant and a tree. Maybe it’s those nasty environmentalist who are so mad about Woods […]

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