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The 2015 NFL Playoffs kick off in January, and you'll find the best selection of NFL Playoff tickets today at Razorgator! This year's NFL playoff games will be some of the most exciting football of the NFL season, with the NFC Champions and AFC Champions playing in Super Bowl XLIX on February 1st at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona. Buy 2015 NFL Playoff tickets today to see your favorite team live in the postseason!

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2015 NFL Playoff News and Updates

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.
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2014 Season

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!
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