Hottest NFL Tickets

The 2007 NFL season has just passed the halfway point, and it’s shaping up to be a wild second half. If the season were to end today, the following teams would be in the 2007-2008 NFL Playoffs:

AFC Playoff Teams:
New England Patriots
Pittsburgh Steelers
Indianapolis Colts
San Diego Chargers
Jacksonville Jaguars
Tennessee Titans

NFC Playoff Teams:
Dallas Cowboys
Green Bay Packers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Seattle Seahawks
New York Giants
Detroit Lions

Not many people were predicting the Lions & Packers to the playoffs before the season. And some people were ready to write off the SD Chargers after their 1-3 start to the season. Much like the New Orleans Saints were written off after starting 0-4. But now the Saints are only 1 game back from the division league. So suffice to say the second half of the 2007 NFL season should be an exciting one. It’ll be a battle to see not only who makes the playoffs, but what teams get home field advantage in the playoffs.

Below are the hottest games, based on average ticket price of ticket brokers around the country, for the second half of the 2007 NFL season. If you are a sports fan, then you want to get out and see one of these big games before the season is over.

Hottest NFL Games left in 2007 Season:
1) Patriots vs Steelers at Gillette Stadium ($808.00 is average price per ticket)
2) Packers vs Lions at Lambeau Field ($512.00)
3) Cowboys vs Packers at Texas Stadium ($499.00)
4) Redskins vs Cowboys at Fedex Field ($450.00)
5) NY Giants vs Patriots at Giants Stadium ($431.00)
6) Bears vs Packers at Soldier Field ($398.00)
7) Cowboys vs Redskins at Texas Stadium ($372.00)
8.) Patriots vs NY Jets at Gillette Stadium ($381.00)
9) Patriots vs Eagles at Gillette Stadium ($363.00)
10) Bears vs NY Giants at Soldier Field ($347.00)
*Note: The average price is collected from the prices listed by 800+ ticket brokers across the country. TicketCity has lower starting prices on all of these NFL games above. Click here to buy NFL tickets on

All of the hot games lead up to the big game on February 3rd. The Super Bowl in Glendale, Arizona. Buy Super Bowl XLII Tickets today for the big game.




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