This is a sponsored post from TiqIQ.
The 2013 NFL schedule has been released, making it time for TiqIQ to take a look at some of the top-priced Atlanta Falcons tickets for the 2013 schedule as well as the games with the best value buys.
It’s no secret that the Falcons are out for blood in 2013. After missing the Super Bowl by a hair and finally winning their first playoff game in the Matt Ryan/Mike Smith era, Atlanta can genuinely taste the NFL title game, and they’re going to have a determined demeanor throughout the 2013 season.
That’d be the situation no matter what, probably, but add on veteran tight end Tony Gonzalez, who was supposed to be hanging up his cleats, and these Falcons have extra motivation to finish the job this season. With a high-powered offense and an upgrade at running back with the signing of steady vet Steven Jackson, there is no reason why the Falcons shouldn’t get back to the playoffs and make a deep run.
With that, let’s here are Atlanta’s top-price contests for the 2013 season, as well as they best value buys at home:
Falcons Home Avg: $170
Falcons Top Games For 2013
- Week 4 – New England Patriots (Avg Price: $253 | Get-in Price: $72)
- Week 1 – New Orleans Saints (Avg Price: $193 | Get-in Price: $50)
- Week 10 – Seattle Seahawks (Avg Price: $173 | Get-in Price: $47)
Falcons Top Value Games For 2013
- Week 7 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Avg Price: $135 | Get-in Price: $37)
- Week 2 – St Louis Rams (Avg Price: $142 | Get-in Price: $40)
Ultimately, Atlanta isn’t likely to lose more than five games in 2012, as they’ve held onto Gonzalez, added S-Jax and still have one of the most potent offenses in the league, overall. As long as their defense matches that intensity, they’ll easily be back in the playoffs for another crack at finishing the year in the Super Bowl.