November 2012

Super Bowl Tickets – Scouting the Field – Denver Broncos

updated November 29, 2012by November 29, 2012

    The great Peyton Manning experiment is playing out in Denver and Broncos fans are planning on buying Super Bowl tickets to see the Grand Finale. If it happens. While I would be the last person to say that manning can’t lead the Broncos to a Super Bowl there are some considerable challenges ahead […]

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Super Bowl Tickets – Scouting the Field – Houston Texans

updated November 29, 2012by November 29, 2012

    Super Bowl tickets could be in the future of the Houston Texans and their fans. The Texans are making believers out of us, sporting a 10-1 record and currently occupying the top spot in the AFC standings. As the season goes by Houston has proven time and again that they’ve got that certain […]

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Super Bowl Tickets – Scouting the Field – Baltimore Ravens

updated November 29, 2012by November 29, 2012

    Do the Baltimore Ravens have what it takes to make their way to another Super Bowl? If they do it probably won’t be on the backs of a stunning defense since the Ravens now look like a hospital ward on that side of the ball. No, if the Ravens mean to be in […]

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Super Bowl Tickets – Scouting the Field – New England Patriots

updated November 29, 2012by November 29, 2012

    Just past the halfway mark in the NFL it’s time to start looking at which teams may have a legit shot at making it all the way to the Super Bowl. We’ll take this a division at a time just to make things easy. NFL ticket holders know that the road to the […]

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NFL Football – Giants Unleashed

updated November 26, 2012by November 26, 2012

    Well, we’ve seen this before. Somehow or another the New York Giants seem to unleash in the latter half of the season, reserving their best football for the run to the playoffs. As you recall the Giants were a meager 6-6 last year before going on a tear and riding it all the […]

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