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Thu Oct 26
3:30AM
PARKING: Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins
M&T Bank Stadium Parking Lots -  Baltimore, MD
Thu, Oct 26 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins
M&T Bank Stadium Parking Lots, Baltimore, MD
Thu Oct 26
8:25PM
Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins
M&T Bank Stadium -  Baltimore, MD
Thu, Oct 26 @ 8:25PM
Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD
Sun Oct 29
3:30AM
PARKING: Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys
FedexField Parking Lots -  Landover, MD
Sun, Oct 29 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys
FedexField Parking Lots, Landover, MD
Sun Oct 29
4:25PM
Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys
FedexField -  Landover, MD
Sun, Oct 29 @ 4:25PM
Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys
FedexField, Landover, MD
Sun Nov 12
3:30AM
PARKING: Washington Redskins vs. Minnesota Vikings
FedexField Parking Lots -  Landover, MD
Sun, Nov 12 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: Washington Redskins vs. Minnesota Vikings
FedexField Parking Lots, Landover, MD

In a matter of only hours after the conclusion of Super Bowl LI, the New England Patriots were already considered the favorite to win Super Bowl LII. Sure, you could chalk that up to the hype and euphoria around the team winning their fifth Super Bowl in 16 years, and completing the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history. But even after the proverbial dust of the offseason has settled, it still seems like the Patriots are, far and away, the team that’s head and shoulders above the 31 other teams in the NFL. To be the champion, you have to beat the champion.

Not only are the Patriots the reigning champions, but they spent the offseason getting better. The Patriots, under head coach Bill Belichick, rarely make any overtures towards free agents sure to garner lucrative contracts. That’s why it came as a surprise to many people when the Patriots quickly inked cornerback Stephon Gillmore to a five-year deal with $65 million, on the first day of free agency. Coming off a Pro Bowl season, Gillmore gives New England a pair of Pro Bowl cornerbacks, alongside Malcolm Butler. Their other big move in free agency wasn’t actually an acquisition, but rather the retention of Pro Bowl linebacker Dont’a Hightower. Hightower opted to return to New England on a four-year, $35.5 million deal. As the middle linebacker for New England (and a favorite of the coaching staff), Hightower was an integral part of the Patriots defense. Being able to retain his services was a huge win for them. On offense, New England gave future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady yet another weapon, in the form of wide receiver Brandin Cooks. The Patriots sent the #32 overall selection in the 2017 NFL Draft to New Orleans for the rights to Cook, who will provide Brady with a deep threat that was sorely lacking last year. Add in the acquisitions of defensive end Kony Ealy from Carolina (an underrated pass rusher) and tight end Dwayne Allen (who has shown the ability to be a dominant red zone option), and and you have a roster that’s marked by significant additions to last year’s team. New England already has what will go down as one of the greatest — if not THE greatest — combination of head coach and quarterbacks in Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. Then, there’s the juxtaposition of that fact, plus the rich only getting richer, next to the fact that nobody in their conference really seemed that close to being able to stop them from advancing to the Super Bowl.

For those fans who want to witness their greatness in person, or want to go to a game when the defending champs are in town in order to root against them, our site is the place to get cheap NFL tickets, and more importantly, get great NFL tickets without fees. Speaking of tickets: the Dallas Cowboys, who had the second most wins of any team in the NFL last season (behind the New England Patriots), led the league in NFL ticket sales last year, averaging over 92,500 fans at every one of their home games at AT&T Stadium. Dallas finished with 13 wins, and didn't lose a single game between the middle of September and the middle of November. Considering they'll bring back 10 out of 11 starters on an offense that spent much of the season dominating opponents last year, they have to be considered the favorites to face the Patriots in Super Bowl LII.

The Cowboys raised a few eyebrows around the NFL when they selected running back Ezekiel Elliott with the 4th overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, but Elliott repaid them in full by running for more yards than any player in the league, and simultaneously putting up the third highest rushing total of any rookie running back in the history of the NFL (1,631 yards). And yet, the rest of the league actually made the case that Elliott wasn't even the best rookie on his own team. Quarterback Dak Prescott parlayed an injury to longtime incumbent Tony Romo, as well as a spectacular performance in the preseason, into a sterling 13-3 record as the starter of America's most famous team, en route to winning the Offensive Rookie of the Year honors last season. He didn't just "manage" an offense that was filled with stars; he threw for 23 touchdowns and just four picks, while completing 67.8 percent of his throws at a generous eight yards per attempt.

For as magical as the rookie seasons were for Prescott and Elliott, the harder part will be replicating their performances from their first year during their second year in the NFL, now that teams have much more film to study. In other words, what are they going to do for an encore? Elliott is already dealing with the heat of the spotlight, amidst allegations of a domestic assault incident.

Meanwhile, Prescott will have just turned only 24 years old right at the start of training camp, and he's now going to be looked at as the face of the world's most renowned franchise. And while the Cowboys' front office has done a magnificent job of restocking the defensive cupboard with lots of young talent, they'll still enter 2017 with perhaps their best pass rusher suspended for the first four games of the year (defensive end David Irving), and brand new starters at three of the four positions in the secondary.

Getting to see the star-studded Cowboys in action is hard enough, even though AT&T Stadium has more seats than any NFL venue in America. Scoring NFL tickets to watch the Cowboys play is hard enough, and it's only harder when you use the other sites out there that'll try and charge your exorbitant prices or ridiculous fees. You could try one of those other sites, but why would you pay more for something you can get at a price with us?

If you're looking to watch the two teams who could very well be the last ones standing by December, we offer exactly what it is you're looking for: getting cheap NFL tickets, without fees, fuss, and headache.

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Sun Oct 22
3:30AM
PARKING: Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Lucas Oil Stadium Parking Lots -  Indianapolis, IN
Sun, Oct 22 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Lucas Oil Stadium Parking Lots, Indianapolis, IN
Sun Oct 22
3:30AM
PARKING: San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys
Levi's Stadium Parking Lots -  Santa Clara, CA
Sun, Oct 22 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys
Levi's Stadium Parking Lots, Santa Clara, CA
Sun Oct 22
3:30AM
PARKING: Chicago Bears vs. Carolina Panthers
Soldier Field Stadium Parking Lot -  Chicago, IL
Sun, Oct 22 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: Chicago Bears vs. Carolina Panthers
Soldier Field Stadium Parking Lot, Chicago, IL
Sun Oct 22
3:30AM
PARKING: Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints
Lambeau Field Parking Lots -  Green Bay, WI
Sun, Oct 22 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints
Lambeau Field Parking Lots, Green Bay, WI
Sun Oct 22
3:30AM
PARKING: Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Ravens
US Bank Stadium Parking Lots -  Minneapolis, MN
Sun, Oct 22 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Ravens
US Bank Stadium Parking Lots, Minneapolis, MN
Sun Oct 22
3:30AM
PARKING: Cleveland Browns vs. Tennessee Titans
FirstEnergy Stadium Parking Lots -  Cleveland, OH
Sun, Oct 22 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: Cleveland Browns vs. Tennessee Titans
FirstEnergy Stadium Parking Lots, Cleveland, OH
Sun Oct 22
3:30AM
PARKING: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Heinz Field Parking Lots -  Pittsburgh, PA
Sun, Oct 22 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Heinz Field Parking Lots, Pittsburgh, PA
Sun Oct 22
3:30AM
PARKING: Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets
Hard Rock Stadium Parking Lots -  Miami Gardens, FL
Sun, Oct 22 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets
Hard Rock Stadium Parking Lots, Miami Gardens, FL
Sun Oct 22
3:30AM
PARKING: Buffalo Bills vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New Era Field Parking Lots -  Orchard Park, NY
Sun, Oct 22 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: Buffalo Bills vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New Era Field Parking Lots, Orchard Park, NY
Sun Oct 22
3:30AM
PARKING: New England Patriots vs. Atlanta Falcons
Gillette Stadium Parking Lots -  Foxborough, MA
Sun, Oct 22 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: New England Patriots vs. Atlanta Falcons
Gillette Stadium Parking Lots, Foxborough, MA
Sun Oct 22
3:30AM
PARKING: New York Giants vs. Seattle Seahawks
MetLife Stadium Parking Lots -  East Rutherford, NJ
Sun, Oct 22 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: New York Giants vs. Seattle Seahawks
MetLife Stadium Parking Lots, East Rutherford, NJ
Sun Oct 22
3:30AM
PARKING: Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver Broncos
StubHub Center - Stadium Parking... -  Carson, CA
Sun, Oct 22 @ 3:30AM
PARKING: Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver Broncos
StubHub Center - Stadium Parking..., Carson, CA
Sun Oct 22
12:00PM
Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints
Lambeau Field -  Green Bay, WI
Sun, Oct 22 @ 12:00PM
Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints
Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI
Sun Oct 22
12:00PM
Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Ravens
US Bank Stadium -  Minneapolis, MN
Sun, Oct 22 @ 12:00PM
Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Ravens
US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN
Sun Oct 22
12:00PM
Chicago Bears vs. Carolina Panthers
Soldier Field Stadium -  Chicago, IL
Sun, Oct 22 @ 12:00PM
Chicago Bears vs. Carolina Panthers
Soldier Field Stadium, Chicago, IL
Sun Oct 22
1:00PM
Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets
Hard Rock Stadium -  Miami Gardens, FL
Sun, Oct 22 @ 1:00PM
Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets
Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Sun Oct 22
1:00PM
Buffalo Bills vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New Era Field -  Orchard Park, NY
Sun, Oct 22 @ 1:00PM
Buffalo Bills vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New Era Field, Orchard Park, NY
Sun Oct 22
1:00PM
Cleveland Browns vs. Tennessee Titans
FirstEnergy Stadium - Cleveland -  Cleveland, OH
Sun, Oct 22 @ 1:00PM
Cleveland Browns vs. Tennessee Titans
FirstEnergy Stadium - Cleveland, Cleveland, OH
Sun Oct 22
1:00PM
Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Lucas Oil Stadium -  Indianapolis, IN
Sun, Oct 22 @ 1:00PM
Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN
Sun Oct 22
1:05PM
San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys
Levi's Stadium -  Santa Clara, CA
Sun, Oct 22 @ 1:05PM
San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys
Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
Sun Oct 22
1:25PM
Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver Broncos
StubHub Center - Stadium -  Carson, CA
Sun, Oct 22 @ 1:25PM
Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver Broncos
StubHub Center - Stadium, Carson, CA
Sun Oct 22
4:25PM
New York Giants vs. Seattle Seahawks
MetLife Stadium -  East Rutherford, NJ
Sun, Oct 22 @ 4:25PM
New York Giants vs. Seattle Seahawks
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
Sun Oct 22
4:25PM
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Heinz Field -  Pittsburgh, PA
Sun, Oct 22 @ 4:25PM
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA
Sun Oct 22
6:00PM
Los Angeles Rams vs. Arizona Cardinals
Twickenham Stadium -  Twickenham, Greater London
Sun, Oct 22 @ 6:00PM
Los Angeles Rams vs. Arizona Cardinals
Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham, Greater London
Sun Oct 22
8:30PM
New England Patriots vs. Atlanta Falcons
Gillette Stadium -  Foxborough, MA
Sun, Oct 22 @ 8:30PM
New England Patriots vs. Atlanta Falcons
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA
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