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NFL Playoff Tickets for all Divisional Round Games are available to the General Public, and Tickets are Selling Fast, According to TicketTweet.com.(January 10, 2013)
(PRWEB) January 10, 2013
The NFL Playoffs are back and Ticket Tweet has affordable NFL Playoff Tickets available to the general public for all AFC and NFC Divisional Round matchups. The NFL Playoffs offer unparalleled intensity and emotion for fans, as the winner goes on to play for a spot in the Super Bowl, while the loser goes home.
The AFC Divisional Round kicks off at 4:30pm ET on Saturday, January 12, 2013, with the Baltimore Ravens visiting the AFC West Champion Denver Broncos at Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colo. Baltimore is coming off a convincing and emotional 24-9 win against the Indianapolis Colts, the final game for LB Ray Lewis in front of the home crowd at M&T Bank stadium in Baltimore. The Ravens face a much stiffer test this week, as they meet former Colts QB, and future NFL Hall of Famer, Peyton Manning at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver. Manning and the Broncos are riding an 11 game winning streak, and have secured home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs. This weekends game is a rematch of a Week 15 tilt, when Denver dominated the Ravens 34-15 in Baltimore. Will this be the last game for Ray Lewis? Denver Broncos Playoff Tickets are in very high demand for this historical matchup.
The NFC Divisional Round kicks off at 8:00pm ET on Saturday, January 12 with the NFC West Champion San Francisco 49ers playing host to the NFC North Champion Green Bay Packers at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, Calif. After downing the Minnesota Vikings in the Wild Card round 24-10, Green Bay is looking to avenge a 30-22 home loss in Week 1 to San Francisco. 2011 NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers is looking to return to his second NFC championship game in three years. San Francisco is hoping to send Green Bay packing, and return to the NFC Championship game for the second season in a row. Green Bay fans travel in droves with their team, making Green Bay Packers Playoff Tickets a hot commodity this Saturday night in San Francisco.
The second NFC Divisional Round game starts at 1:00pm ET on Sunday, January 12 with the NFC South Champion Atlanta Falcons hosting the Seattle Seahawks at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga. Seattle is coming off a 24-14 road victory against the Washington Redskins last week. Seattle Rookie QB Russell Wilson has been turning heads this season for the surprising Seahawks. Atlanta secured home-field advantage throughout the playoffs in the NFC, and has been a favorite to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl for most of the season. Will Atlanta QB Matt Ryan win his first playoff game under center?
The second AFC Divisional round game, and final game of the weekend, kicks off at 4:30pm ET on Sunday January 12, with the AFC East Champion New England Patriots hosting the AFC South Champion Houston Texans at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. The Texans are coming off a hard fought 19-13 Wild Card win against the Cincinnati Bengals in Houston. Houston will be looking to avenge a 42-14 Week 14 loss to the Patriots in New England. Patriots QB Tom Brady is looking to advance to his second AFC Championship game in a row. New England Patriots Playoff Tickets are always in high demand, and this season is proving to be no exception.
As a leader in the secondary ticket market, Ticket Tweet has tickets available now for all NFL Divisional Round Playoff games, including hard to find Fan Packages and VIP Packages. Ticket Tweet gives you the ability to choose the NFL seats you want, at the cost you want. So dont wait. Lock in your NFL Playoff Tickets today at http://www.TicketTweet.com.
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