As the 2007 NFL season gathers steam in the form of mini-camps, unnofficial workouts, and the insatiables scouring of the waiver wire, fans begin their annual quest for the best NFL tickets on the board. It’s going to take some careful consideration in order to distill the many choices down that ellusive few offering the chance to explode into Super Bowl tickets. Who are the contenders, those elite teams with a stranglehold on the NFL Playoffs and beyond? Certainly New England Patriots tickets are favored by many. The Patriots have beefed up both their lkinebackers and even more importantly their receiving corps. Others point to San Diego Chargers tickets as the pass to glory. Still others point to a renewed emphasis on defense in Denver that speaks volumes about Denver Broncos tickets.
The NFC offers no fewer choices. The Chicago Bears may be less formidable on defense ans seem to be in the throes of discord but you can’t count Chicago Bears tickets out just yet, or at all. Then there’s the New Orleans Saints, last year’s Cinderella story that fell just short of glory in the NFC Championship. The Saints added more power to the top offense in the league and efficiently addressed weaknesses on defense that killed them in 2006. Will New Orleans Saints tickets give birth to the Saints first Super Bowl appearance in 2007? Tough questions and the answers are still a few weeks away.
But regardless of your favorite team there’s be plenty of action along the way. Plenty of “key” games, and plenty of opportunities to see for yourself the decisive contests that alter the collective fate of millions of fans. And you can witness them all with NFL tickets from FrontRow.com.
On these pages we’ll post info on all the top games in the NFL as the season progresses. But as we grow, we’ll keep you informed on tickets of all types. MLB tickets, NHL tickets, NBA tickets, concert tickets, theater tickets, and tickets for just about every event under the sun. Keep coming back for detailed pre-views, quick notes, and sometimes rambling discourses on almost any subject hovering over the chance to get tickets when the sign says “sold out”.