NFL Playoff Tickets

The 2017 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 LI on February 5th at NRG in Houston, TX. Buy 2017 NFL Playoff tickets today to see your favorite team live in the postseason!

2017 NFC Playoff Tickets

NFC Championship Tickets: Packers at Falcons

2017 AFC Playoff Tickets

AFC Championship Tickets: Steelers at Patriots

2017 Super Bowl Tickets

Date Event Location
Sun
Feb 05
5:30 PM
Super Bowl LI: NFC vs AFC NRG Stadium
Houston, TX
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2017 NFL Playoff News

The NFL Playoffs followed the expected script during the first weekend of action. All four home teams won and each game was decided by double digits. Perhaps the biggest surprise was the beat down delivered to the New York Giants by the Green Bay Packers. Green Bay had to claw its way into the postseason, but a strong second half led to a 38-13 Wild Card win, and now it’s clear to everyone that the Packers belong in the playoffs. The Divisional Round should offer a higher level of competition, as the teams seem to be very evenly matched. There are only a few weekends left in the NFL Playoffs, so don’t miss your chance to see a game live!
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The 17-week NFL regular season is over, and that means it’s time for the competition to heat up. The NFL playoffs get underway this weekend, as 12 teams get set to try to make their way to Super Bowl LI. In the AFC, the New England Patriots claimed the top seed, finishing with the best record in the NFL at 14-2. Kansas City got the second seed and join the Patriots in getting a first-round Bye. On Saturday, Oakland will take on the Houston Texans, while Miami will play at Pittsburgh on Sunday. In the NFC, Dallas and Atlanta get first-round byes. On Saturday, Detroit travels to Seattle. The following day, Green Bay hosts the New York Giants.

The final setup for the 2016-2017 NFL Playoffs hasn’t been set in stone quite yet, but there are a few teams that are definitely a shoe in for a position in postseason play. The New England Patriots are one of the top dogs to make it to the playoffs, as are the Dallas Cowboys. The Oakland Raiders were able to pull off a successful season and make it to the playoffs in second place in the AFC division. There are still two spots up for grabs and it looks like the Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Washington Redskins are going to have to fight tooth and nail to solidify a position for their team.

Few events in professional sports can equal the excitement and thrills of the NFL Playoffs. Putting the league’s 12 best teams in win-or-go-home format, the playoffs bring intense pressure for coaches and players and heart-stopping action for fans. The playoffs get underway with the Wild Card round Jan. 7 and 8. Two games will be played each day, with the winners advancing to the Division Playoffs the next week Jan. 14 and 15. Two teams in each conference will get opening round byes and will then host the Wild Card winners. Divisional winners advance to the AFC and NFC Championship games on Sunday, Jan. 22. Super Bowl LI will be held Feb. 5.

The NFL gets more attention than any other professional sport in the U.S. And if you thought the regular season was huge, wait until the playoffs start. The NFL postseason gets underway Jan. 7 with the NFC and AFC Wild Card rounds. Twelve teams will make the playoffs—six from both conferences. The four division winners from each conference get an automatic berth, with two wild cards from the AFC and NFC getting in as well. The Wild Card round winners will move on the Divisional Playoffs Jan. 14 and 15 to face divisional winners who got byes the previous week. Those winners play for the AFC and NFC titles Jan. 22, followed by the Super Bowl Feb. 5.
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