September 2012

NFL Tickets – Officially Bitching

updated September 27, 2012by September 27, 2012

    “Real” NFL Officials are Back But   NFL ticket holders have been bitching for weeks about the poor quality of officiating we’ve been getting throughout the pre-season through the first three weeks of the regular season. Honestly, it probably hasn’t been that bad overall, but there have been some major incidents that have […]

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Check Out This NFL

updated October 5, 2012by September 25, 2012

    Take a minute and sit back and think about what NFL tickets have allowed us to see this season. Here are a few things to ponder. 1) The New Orleans Saints are winless. What happens when a formerly potent offense, one that has set records consistently over the last five years, is coupled […]

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NFL Tickets – Official Fiasco Overblown

updated September 25, 2012by September 25, 2012

    If you’re wondering if NFL tickets are in danger because of the whole replacement referee situation then you’re not alone. If there’s anything that can derail the mega-growth going on in NFL football right now it would be the uncertainty of having a crucial game upended by porr calls from the guys on […]

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NFL Tickets – Falcons the New Kings of the NFC South?

updated September 24, 2012by September 24, 2012

    Are the Atlanta Falcons the new kings of the NFC South? It certainly looks that way to me at the moment. Not only is Atlanta 3-0 but they’ve managed to get there in a pretty convincing fashion. The Falcons are playing well on both sides of the ball as Matt Ryan appears to […]

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NFL Tickets – 49ers Upset by Vikings

updated September 24, 2012by September 24, 2012

    Holy Crap! Are the Minnesota Vikings suddenly relevant? I have to admit that I in no way saw the Vikings taking on and beating the San Francisco 49ers, a team so dominant defensively that the Packers and the Lions looked downright weak offensively. But it happened and it happened under the leadership of […]

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