October 2011

NFL Tickets – And In This Corner

updated October 17, 2011by October 17, 2011

It’s always nice when you’re NFL tickets give you a little extra. But the fans with NFL tickets in San Francisco got a rare view of a contest between two NFL coaches, rather than a brawl between players. We don’t see it often but it’s not all that uncommon to see NFL players take a […]

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Detroit Lions Tickets – This Time It’s For Real

updated October 11, 2011by October 11, 2011

Hello Detroit Lions fans. For a long time it’s been really difficult to believe that the Lions were actually a real NFL team. That was especially true when they went 0-16 three years ago.  It was really easy to look at your team’s NFL schedule and pencil in a win when the Lions were there. […]

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Indianapolis Colts Tickets – Always Look on the Bright Side

updated October 10, 2011by October 10, 2011

The Indianapolis Colts are in very rare territory. For the last decade the Colts have been a model of consistency, dominating the AFC South, winning a Super Bowl, and in general showing the rest of the NFL how to get things done. Of course during that time Indianapolis has had the benefit of an indestructible […]

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Packers Tickets – Buying into Packers Stock

updated October 10, 2011by October 10, 2011

If you’re a Green Bay Packers fan, or even just an NFL fan, you just might get an opportunity to become an NFL owner. The Green Bay Packers, the only NFL team publicly owned, is floating a proposal to begin selling shares of the Green Bay Packers again. I can remember seeing one of these […]

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NBA Tickets – Alas, We Knew Them

updated October 10, 2011by October 10, 2011

The fans who love their NBA tickets got some bad news today as the NBA announced the cancellation of games in the first two weeks of the season. It seems the two sides are just too far apart to even consider keeping the schedule intact. Is it me or does this disagreement seem to be […]

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