2016-2017 NFL News

The big news coming out of the NFL is all about TV viewership. The latest ratings show that there was a 10 percent drop this season, which has led several league officials trying to determine the reason for the lagging viewership. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell believes that viewers have not been lost even though there is a drop in ratings. Many believe point the finger at the presidential election and debate schedule, as well as prime time not featuring the most competitive games. As the teams continue to work hard this season, the overall rankings currently have the Vikings in the lead, with the Cowboys and Patriots close behind. You can still get tickets for all games, with prices depending on location and date.
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Ever heard of an NFL team that didn’t want to be No. 1? In Week 6, plenty of teams are begging NFL analysts not to give them the top ranking, and that’s because all three teams in the last three weeks were defeated just after making it to the first place spot. In Week 3, it was the Steelers who were routed by the Eagles. The following week the Patriots went down against Buffalo, and then Denver went down against the Falcons this Sunday. In Week 6, No. 1 honors went to the Minnesota Vikings—will they be able to avoid the bad luck? Stay up to date on that and all other NFL happenings when you purchase your tickets today!

After a huge jump in the number of penalties for unsportsmanlike conduct this season, the NFL is hoping to clear the air by releasing a video explaining the increase in enforcement. In the first four weeks of play, there has been a 220 percent rise in taunting calls and a 56 percent jump in celebration penalties. Dean Blandino, vice president of officiating, said that he wants all teams to understand the reasoning behind the unsportsmanlike conduct penalties and that the video should be released within the week. Looks like there won’t be much more twerking in the end zone! Catch all the Week 5 NFL action by getting tickets to see your favorite team play!

It’s still early in the NFL regular season, but injuries are already becoming a problem for many franchises. Russell Wilson was supposed to have the best year of his career, but a knee sprain has put all that in jeopardy. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is insistent that Wilson will be back in Week 4, but how he’ll fare is still up in the air. They’ll face the Jets, who themselves had three players hurt their shoulders in a Week 3 loss to Kansas City. Wide receiver Eric Decker is unlikely for the Sunday match, along with corner Darrelle Revis, who hurt his ankle during practice Wednesday. Catch all the upcoming action by purchasing your NFL tickets now!

The talk of the town this last week seems to be all about football. Between the college football games and the NFL beginning, sports has been on the mind of every football enthusiast. For the past few years, the NFL has never been more exciting to watch. It seems that a lot of the teams are on the same playing field right now and that it is extremely hard to predict who is going to go away with a win. This makes the cheering louder, the enthusiasm raised to the next level and each play that much more thrilling. Get in on all of the action when you purchase your tickets from Razorgator today.

Visiting the Broncos at Sports Authority Field is a tough call for any NFL team, but if there’s any team that was up to the task, it was the Carolina Panthers. Cam Newton set a couple different records in Thursday’s game, including surpassing Steve Young for the most rushing touchdowns after earning his 44th off a two-yard run. The Panthers had a 17-14 lead heading into the fourth quarter, but a Denver touchdown reversed the final outcome. Now that this Superbowl rematch is over, things really start to heat up in the NFL. Keep your eyes on the Steelers vs the Redskins and the Rams against the 49ers for Monday Night Football this week. Watching in person is much better than watching at home—get all your NFL tickets from us today! The long wait is almost over—the NFL regular season is just a week away. With the offseason behind the teams and preseason games in the books, it’s just about time to get down to business. The first regular season game is Sept. 8, and the matchup couldn’t be more intriguing.

The 2016 season opener will be rematch from Super Bowl 50 when the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers square off from the Mile-High City. Denver upended Carolina 24-10 to win last year’s title. The Panthers, who lost just one regular season game last season, will be looking for revenge. The action really heats up Sunday, Sept. 11 with 13 games on the slate.

Preseason games are being played, Fantasy Football drafts are getting scheduled and the NFL season is about to start. There’s been a fair amount of turnover since the 2015 season, with huge names like Calvin Johnson and Peyton Manning hanging up their cleats and the Rams moving back to Los Angeles. While teams like the Patriots and Panthers remain favorites to make it into playoffs, franchises like Jacksonville and Oakland are looking to crawl out of the basement and show that they can play as well. There are a lot of good NFL teams, so it’s far too early to start making Super Bowl predictions. Get your tickets now and watch the drama unfold live. It’s doesn’t quite have the excitement of the regular season, but NFL preseason action is underway, meaning the start of the real thing is just around the corner. For NFL fans, the long offseason is finally over. The first week of the preseason featured 16 games from Aug. 11 to Aug. 14. Defending Super Bowl champion Denver got off to a good start, blanking Chicago 22-0. Reigning NFC champion Carolina Fell to Baltimore, 22-19 on the same night Baltimore native Michael Phelps won his 22nd Olympic gold medal. A full slate of preseason games are coming up in week two, including six games on Thursday, Aug. 18. The preseason wraps up Sept. 1.
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