December 2013

Carolina Panthers Tickets – Panthers Clinch NFC South, Bye

updated December 29, 2013by December 29, 2013

 The Carolina Panthers completed their comeback season with a 21-20 win over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. Cam Newton tossed a pair of tuchdowns and the Panthers defense shut down a last minute drive by Atlanta to preserve the win. Carolina Panthers Playoff Tickets  Carolina is now the NFC South Champion for 2013. The win […]

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NFL Playoffs – Tickets Punching Games in the AFC

updated December 28, 2013by December 28, 2013

Find NFL Playoff Tickets to all games here    The AFC may be slightly ahead of the NFC in clarity but there are still mucho playoff implications in this weekend’s games. In fact, that last spot in the AFC seedings is overlaid with so many permutions it would take Einstein to figure it out. But […]

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NFL Playoffs – Tickets Punching Games in the NFC

updated December 28, 2013by December 28, 2013

 There are plenty of NFL games this weekend with NFL playoff ticket implications. The 2013 NFL season is ending in cliffhanger fashion, just the way the NFL likes it. We’re going to take a quick look at some general games. Following posts will have these NFL Playoff Ticket punchers in more details.     Carolina […]

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Romo Out? – Cowboys Must Win

updated December 23, 2013by December 23, 2013

 If you’ve been ranking on Tony Romo all season, or for his entire career, then you’ll get a chance to see what the Dallas Cowboys can do without him. Dallas announced today that Romo has a herniated disc in his back and will need surgery. Recover time is three or four months so he’ll be […]

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NFL Tickets – Sudden Death

updated December 23, 2013by December 23, 2013

     The NFC is obviously the most interesting conference in the final week of the NFL season. There are still two division titles at stake and these NFL tickets take on a sudden death atmosphere. It’s basically a playoff scenario: Win and you keep playing, lose and you stay home in January. Chicago Bears […]

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