NFL Tickets – Seahawks Long and Short in Draft

updated May 15, 2015by May 15, 2015

¬†Offensive Help Now, Defensive Help Later for Seattle Seahawks   Seattle Seahawks tickets have been among the top NFL tickets for the past few seasons as Seattle seems to have found the right combination of talent and nasty to be continually successful. Aided by a potent defense and the free range talent of Russell Wilson, […]

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New Orleans Saints Tickets – Impact Draft

updated May 13, 2014by May 13, 2014

New Orleans Saints tickets have given Crescent City football fans some good years in the last decade. Since the arrival of Sean Payton the Saints have been a regular participant in the playoffs and won their first Super Bowl. Last season New Orleans won a playoff game on the road for the first time in […]

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NFL Tickets – Draft Aftermath – Jets, Raiders, Dolphins, Falcons Shine

updated July 4, 2014by May 11, 2014

For some NFL teams this was a breakthrough draft. There are a few teams that should see an immediate impact from young players. Winning means increased interest in your franchise and increased ticket sales and for the NFL fans, more bang for your ticket buck. If I was a fan of any of the following […]

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NFL Tickets – First Round Frenzy

updated May 9, 2014by May 9, 2014

    The first round of the NFL draft is over and that’s good enough to excite a frenzy in NFL tickets holders. Let’s look at some of the top picks. Houston Texans – The Texans may have had the chance to trade out of this pick but chose Jadeveon Clowney instead, refusing to pass […]

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NFL Ticket Excitement

updated May 7, 2014by May 7, 2014

It’s an annual ritual. The NFL Draft probably does as much as anything to generate excitement among football fans about their NFL tickets. Fans will speculate, guess, consult a medium, read endless evaluations, and throw darts at a board to try and figure out which player will get drafted. For some NFL teams, one draft […]

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