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The 2017 NFL Playoffs kick off in January, and you'll find the best selection of NFL Playoff tickets
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1/17/16 - And then there were four. Arizona, Carolina, Denver and New England all advanced to the NFL Playoff Conference Championship round next Sunday, January 24th. Carson Palmer finally got his first playoff win and a second this coming weekend will have the Cardinals in Super Bowl 50. Cam Newton and the Panthers piled on points vs Seattle today but needed the defense to secure a 31-24 win. Peyton Manning was back under center in Denver, leading the Broncos to a hard-fought win over Pittsburgh. Tom Brady, Gronk and Julian Edelman were rolling in New England yesterday, ending the Chiefs 11-game winning streak. Win on Sunday and go Santa Clara for Super Bowl 50, or lose and return home for a long, cold offseason.
1/14/16 - It didn’t take long for the intrigue to hit critical mass in this year’s NFL Playoffs, as the Wild Card Round featured a first-ever sweep by the four road teams. While the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs made relatively short work of Washington and Houston, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks needed a little more to put away their own foes. Minnesota and Cincinnati went down fighting in the first round, but late penalties and missed field goals doomed each of the long-suffering franchises to another year of watching the big game from the sidelines. The NFL Playoffs are underway and tickets are on sale now—order yours today and be a part of the biggest show in pro sports!
1/7/16 - The table has been set for this year’s NFL Playoffs, and that means that the best teams in the league are gearing up to square off starting this week! The AFC’s Wildcard Round will happen Saturday, Jan. 9, pinning the No. 5 Chiefs against the No. 4 Texans and the No. 6 Steelers against the No. 3 Bengals. In the NFC, Wildcard Rounds will be happening on Sunday, Jan. 10 and will see the No. 6 Seahawks versus the No. 3 Vikings and the No. 5 Packers taking on the No. 4 Redskins. The winners of those games will go up against the Patriots, Broncos, Cardinals and the Panthers in the first Division Round scheduled for Jan. 16 and 17.
12/31/15 - It’s the most wonderful time of the year for football fans. The NFL playoffs are just a week away! That means this week will count extra for teams trying to earn their bid to the big show. Some of the matchups we’re paying close attention to include the matchup between Jacksonville and playoff hopefuls Houston. We’ll also be watching the Indianapolis Colts, New York Jets, and Pittsburgh Steelers, who are all on the bubble hoping to land a wild card spot at the very least. You do not want to miss a second of the action this weekend, as the playoff picture will be decided by the end of Sunday.
12/22/15 - With just over two weeks remaining in the regular season, teams throughout the NFL are gearing up for crucial contests in Week 16. To date, only three teams have clinched spots in this year’s NFL Playoffs: New England, Carolina and Arizona. The Patriots are assured to win their division, while the Panthers have already locked up the NFC South plus a first-round bye, giving them an invaluable edge when the postseason gets underway. Green Bay, Washington, Minnesota and Seattle are still playing Musical Chairs for the final spots in the NFC, while Indianapolis, Kansas City, Pittsburgh and the NY Jets all continue to vie for the final AFC positions. Get your NFL tickets while they’re hot!
12/17/15 - This year’s NFL Playoffs are sure to feature at least one or two unfamiliar faces. With three weeks remaining on the schedule, the question is: who will ultimately make the cut? The resurgent Jets are knotted with Pittsburgh and Kansas City at 8-5, as they seek a rare trip to the postseason in 2015. Meanwhile, Washington, Philadelphia and the NY Giants all share the division lead in the NFC East, leaving the door open for almost anything to happen during the home stretch. In terms of Wild Card spots, Minnesota, Seattle, plus even Tampa Bay and Atlanta are all still in contention. It’s anyone’s ballgame with the NFL Playoffs looming on the horizon—get your tickets today and catch all the action!
12/10/15 - The start of the NFL Playoffs is just over a month away, but the full picture is just starting to take shape. Despite consecutive losses, Tom Brady and New England figure to be a big part of the conversation—provided Gronk is healthy, too. Ditto for the Broncos and Bengals, who lead their divisions with 10-2 records through 13 weeks of play. In the National Football Conference, watch out for the Arizona Cardinals, who experts are projecting as the current Super Bowl favorite. They’ll likely to have to go through Aaron Rodgers and/or Cam Newton to get there, however. The race is heating up—don’t miss out on the action in the 2015 postseason! Get your tickets for the NFL Playoffs today!
1/29/15 - Only two teams remain in what has been an exciting NFL Playoffs. There has been no shortage of intrigue, controversy, and drama surrounding the playoffs in both conferences. But now the time has come for the big enchilada: Seattle vs. New England for the Super Bowl crown. The storylines themselves are enough to make this a game to remember for the ages. Will Pete Carroll lead his Seahawks to a second straight Super Bowl title against the New England team that he coached in his first NFL stint? Will Tom Brady be able to cement his Super Bowl legacy by winning a third championship? Or will the electrifying young Russell Wilson take the mantle as the preeminent quarterback in the game today by leading his Seahawks to back-to-back titles? All of these questions and more will be answered on Super Sunday.
1/19/15 - The NFL playoffs are some of the most important games featured in the national football league. This year, the match ups were between the Seattle Seahawks vs. the Green Bay Packers and the New England Patriots vs. the Indianapolis Colts. Both games provided some excitement, but one game was a little more competitive than the other. The Seahawks narrowly beat the Packers with a final score of 28-22. They won in overtime, and a huge reason for their success was because of Russell Wilson. He struggled early on, but eventually found his rhythm when his team needed him the most. The Patriots completed dominated the Colts, beating them 45-7. Their defense looked good for four straight quarters, and if Tom Brady can keep up his stellar play, they have a shot at winning yet another Super Bowl.
1/13/15 - It was quite a shock to see Dallas out of the NFL Playoffs when they lost a very close game to the Green Bay Packers at 21-26. The Seahawks and the Panthers battled it out for the other NFC spot. Going into halftime, the teams were close at 10-14 with the Seahawks on top. The Panthers gained another seven points in the fourth quarter, but the Seahawks took 17 for a final score of 17-31. In the AFC, the Denver Broncos just couldn’t get ahead of the Indianapolis Colts. The final score was 24-13, and the Colts move on to the next round against the New England Patriots. New England kept pace with the Ravens until the final quarter of their Second Round Playoff, then the Patriots scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter while keeping the Ravens to a field goal. Final score 31-35, Patriots win.
1/6/15 - For NFL teams, it doesn’t get any bigger than the playoffs. It’s win or go home, and the Cowboys have already seized this opportunity against the Detroit Lions. It was a close game, but the Cowboys did just enough to win 24-20. A huge reason why they did so well was because of DeMarco Murray. Much like the regular season, Murray couldn’t be stopped. He ended up rushing for 75 yards with 1 touchdown. Their next game is against the Green Bay Packers, and Murray will need to keep up his stellar play if the Cowboys want to keep their momentum going. The Carolina Panthers also had a great playoff win last weekend against the Cardinals. The Panthers ended up winning 27-16, and Cam Newton looked sharp. He ended up throwing for198 yards and had 2 touchdowns.
1/1/15 - One of the most exciting times in sports is the NFL playoffs. This is where teams battle it out to make their way to the super bowl, perhaps the most important and popular sporting events in the US. There are a lot of teams this year that have a great shot at going far in the playoffs. Most notable is the Dallas Cowboys. Thanks to Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray and their offensive line, they have become one of the most reliable teams down the stretch. It’s going to be interesting to see if Murray can stay healthy to help them keep their momentum going. The Patriots have also looked great this season. Sporting a record of 12-4, they seem to be firing on all cylinders. They are coming off a loss against the Bills, but if they can regain their composure, they could win it all.
12/22/14 - One of the most exciting times of the year is the NFL playoffs. The playoffs define how truly good a team is, and there are a lot of fantastic matchups this year. A lot of pressure has been put on the Dallas Cowboys. Time and time again have they struggled during the playoffs, but all signs are pointing to this year being different. Tony Romo and Demarco Murray have played a huge part in their offense, and things could get interesting if they are able to remain potent down the stretch. The Patriots are another team to look out for this year. They have done a lot of good things this season, which is because of the stellar play from Tom Brady. Other teams in the running to win it all include the Broncos, Packers and Seahawks.
This year in the NFL has seen a roller coaster season, but through player scandals, coaching gaffes and officiating errors, one thing emerged: incredible performances from backups and starters, veterans and rookies alike. One of the wildest Week 17s in NFL history saw two win-and-in scenarios that left the Green Bay Packers kings of the NFC North, while the Philadelphia Eagles left the Dallas Cowboys in the dust for their third consecutive season. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are pitted against the rough and tumble San Francisco 49ers for a Wild Card Round finale (Jan 5), while Nicke Foles and the Eagles are taking on Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints—a primetime rookie vs. veteran QB showdown—on January 4. The Cinderella story of the season comes from the Kansa City Chiefs, who went from worst in the league last year to No. 5 seeds, they will take on Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts in the first Wild Card game of the first round (Jan 4). Perhaps the most surprising playoff contenders are the San Diego Chargers, who clinched the Wild Card berth this past Sunday. The Bolts will face off against the ferocious Cincinnati Bengals on January 5 for a chance at advancing to the Divisional round. The cheapest Wild Card game is the Bengals-Chargers faceoff, a mere $62 to get-in, while the most expensive first round game is the 49ers-Green Bay for $370 on average.
The winners of what is sure to be a thrilling Wild Card round will take on the heavyweights, the top 1 and 2 seeds of the NFC and AFC in the Divisional round.The top NFC seeds are early favorites, the Seattle Seahawks, followed by the Carolina Panthers, who turned around their shoddy start to take the NFC South and the No. 2 seed. The two AFC colossuses, the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots took the No. 1 and 2 seeds, as Peyton Manning bulleted his squad to historic heights, recording the highest scoring team in NFL team of all time. The lowest seeded NFC Wild Card round winner will face the Seahawks at the foreboding CenturyLink Field January 11, while the highest seeded NFC Wild Card winner will take on Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers on January 12. Likewise, the lowest AFC seed remaining from Wild Card weekend will meet Manning at Mile High on January 12, and Brady and company will challenge the lowest seeded AFC team on January 11. The most expensive Division Round game is at Denver for $667 on average, followed by Seattle’s game at $522, while Patriots tickets are the cheapest, at $311 on average.
The Conference Championship will follow on January 19, at the home of the highest seeded AFC Divisional round winner against the lowest seed (projections favor Patriots at Broncos) and likewise in the NFC, the game will be played at the home of the highest seeded NFC Divisional round winner (projections favor Panthers at Seahawks). The champions will then go head to head at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey for Super Bowl Sunday. Bundle up for Super Bowl XLVIII, as it will be the first NFL championship game played outdoors in a cold-weather city! Will the Niners get another shot at the ring? Can anyone beat living legend Peyton Manning, or will Brady pull off another come-from-behind victory? Will the Seahawks finally hoist the Vince Lombardi trophy? Get your Super Bowl tickets now to be there, February 2, to finish off this unbelievable season!