By: October 8, 2014
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If you ask this NFL handicapper, the Chargers are the best team in the NFL. The Bolts are the only team to cover all 5 of their games played, even though they lost in Arizona. The Bolts have gotten better during the season, not worse, and that is having a 4th string center and 3rd string running back. Look for the Chargers to get healthier as the season goes on, when Ryan Mathews returns and so does center Rich Orenberger. While I love Peyton Manning, and the Denver Broncos, and of course the Seattle Seahawks, both are more vulnerable than they were last year and Philip Rivers looks like he is on a mission to finally win the Lombardy Trophy.
I know it’s not popular, but I agree with Mike Sando and NFL.com. Chargers #1, Seahawks #2, and Denver #3. Look for all 3 of those teams to be in the 13 – 3, 12 – 4 mark going into the playoffs. The only question is who will win the AFC West, the Broncos or the Bolts. If the Bolts hold up in “Bad opponents” games like the Raiders this weekend (They have historically had trouble in these types of games), the Chargers will have proven that they have turned the proverbial corner and are real contenders for the title this year.
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By: October 8, 2014
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The ALDS went out without a bang. The Kansas City Royals and Baltimore Orioles both hammered their respective opponents 3 to 0 in their best of 5 series. While the NLDS added a little bit more drama, it wasn’t much when the St Louis Cardinals beat the Dodgers 3 to 1 and the San Francisco Giants won 3 to 1 as well over the Washington Nationals.
On to the Championship Series. Both Series will be best of 7. The Royals will start out on the road against the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards. See the game for less than $125. The Royals are in the playoffs for the first time since 1985, and the Orioles are in the ALCS for the first time since Cal Ripken was going for the record of most games played in a row, in any sport, all time. Both these organizations have been smart by building through their farm systems, and getting a few key players via trades (I’m looking at you Big Game James Shields). Click here to compare ticket prices and save money on the Royals or Orioles.
The San Francisco Giants vs the St Louis Cardinals will start on Saturday at Busch Stadium in their best of 7 series, and tickets start at just $58 (a couple left!). I suppose it’s fitting that the two best run organizations in the National League and MLB in general will meet in the NLDS for the right to play the winner of the ALDS. Both of these organizations have been to and won the World Series multiple times in the last 10 years, something that is really unheard of in today’s salary cap world. Click here for St Louis Cardinal vs San Francisco Giants tickets, compare ticket prices and save!
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By: October 2, 2014
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MLB playoffs are here! Check out our updated playoff bracket here! Tickets for the Angels vs Royals start at just $42, Dodgers vs Cardinals $57, Nationals vs Giants $71, and last but not least Tigers vs Orioles $39. Treat your family to an October tradition and get out to the ball park.
There are so many great questions going into this playoff season. The Royals are not only in the playoffs for the first time since 1985, but they got their first win, in what might have been the MLB game of this century. Can the Giants and the Cardinals continue their dominance of the MLB Post season?
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By: September 23, 2014
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The new Week 3 NFL power rankings from all major media outlets have been released, here are links to each. The biggest thing the DT Report derived from all the rankings is that the Bengals are for real this season, voters believe that the Arizona Cardinals are for real as well, however, their QB issues are knocking them down, and that the San Diego Super Chargers are not only contenders for the AFC West crown, but also the Super Bowl.
In my opinion, the Seahawks looked vulnerable against Denver, but the 12th man pushed the team victory. The Super Bowl champs still have to be the favorite for the Super Bowl, but that gigantic bulls-eye on their back based off of two straight great years is going to take a toll on the champs. If they can stay healthy, and get home field advantage for the Super Bowl, pencil them into the championship in February. The way the some AFC teams have been performing though, it is no longer Denver and everyone else. The Chargers already showed that the Seahawks can be beat, the rest of the AFC just needs to step up to prove that come February.
Of course February is a long way into the future, and these rankings are based on the past 3 weeks. Like our tickets, we like to bring you everything in the same place at the same time. Check this space for the NFL Power rankings each week going forward. Check out our NFL ticket inventory that has 100’s of sellers and 1,000’s of tickets to every single NFL game, and for cheap. Get the best deals on NFL tickets here at SeatHound.com.
Yahoo 25 Rankings
SB Nation NFL Power Rankings
ESPN NFL Power Rankings Week 4
Bleacher Report NFL Power Rankings Week 4
CBS Sports NFL Week 4 Power Rankings
Yahoo; SB Nation; Bleacher Report; ESPN; CBS Sports
1 Seahawks; Seahawks; 1 Seahawks 1 Seahawks 1 Bengals
2 Broncos 2 Broncos 2 Denver Broncos 2 Cincinnati Bengals 2 Arizona Cardinals
3 Cincinnati Bengals 3 Cincinnati Bengals 3 Philadelphia Eagles 3 Denver Broncos 3 Seattle Seahawks
4 New England Patriots 4 Arizona Cardinals 4 Cincinnati Bengals 4 Philadelphia Eagles 4 Philadelphia Eagles
5 Philadelphia Eagles 5 Philadelphia Eagles 5 New England Patriots 5 Arizona Cardinals 5 Denver Broncos
6 Arizona Cardinals 6 San Diego Chargers 6 Indianapolis Colts 6 San Diego Chargers 6 New England Patriots
7 Indianapolis Colts 7 Baltimore Ravens 7 San Diego Chargers 7 New England Patriots 7 Atlanta Falcons
8 Carolina Panthers 8 Pittsburgh Steelers 8 New Orleans Saints 8 Chicago Bears 8 San Diego Chargers
9 New Orleans Saints 9 Carolina Panthers 9 Arizona Cardinals 9 Atlanta Falcons 9 Baltimore Ravens
10 Green Bay Packers 10 New England Patriots 10 Baltimore Ravens 10 Carolina Panthers 10 Pittsburgh Steelers
11 San Diego Chargers 11 Chicago Bears 11 San Francisco 49ers 11 Pittsburgh Steelers 11 Carolina Panthers
12 Detroit Lions 12 Detroit Lions 12 Pittsburgh Steelers 12 Detroit Lions 12 Chicago Bears
13 Chicago Bears 13 Atlanta Falcons 13 Detroit Lions 13 Baltimore Ravens 13 Detroit Lions
14 San Francisco 49ers 14 San Francisco 49ers 14 Carolina Panthers 14 Indianapolis Colts 14 San Francisco 49ers
15 Atlanta Falcons 15 New Orleans Saints 15 Atlanta Falcons 15 New Orleans Saints 15 Green Bay Packers
16 Baltimore Ravens 16 Green Bay Packers 16 Chicago Bears 16 San Francisco 49ers 16 Indianapolis Colts
17 Pittsburgh Steelers 17 Buffalo Bills 17 Green Bay Packers 17 Green Bay Packers 17 Dallas Cowboys
18 Buffalo Bills 18 Indianapolis Colts 18 Buffalo Bills 18 Dallas Cowboys 18 New Orleans Saints
19 New York Jets 19 Houston Texans 19 Cleveland Browns 19 Buffalo Bills 19 Buffalo Bills
20 Dallas Cowboys 20 Kansas City Chiefs 20 Kansas City Chiefs 20 Houston Texans 20 Houston Texans
21 Miami Dolphins 21 Dallas Cowboys 21 New York Jets 21 New York Jets 21 New York Jets
22 Houston Texans 22 Cleveland Browns 22 Dallas Cowboys 22 Kansas City Chiefs 22 Cleveland Browns
23 Tennessee Titans 23 New York Jets 23 Miami Dolphins 23 Washington Redskins 23 Minnesota Vikings
24 Cleveland Browns 24 Miami Dolphins 24 Houston Texans 24 Cleveland Browns 24 St Louis Rams
25 Kansas City Chiefs 25 Washington 25 Washington Redskins 25 Miami Dolphins 25 New York Giants
26 Minnesota Vikings 26 Minnesota Vikings 26 Tennessee Titans 26 New York Giants 26 Washington Redskins
27 St Louis Rams 27 New York Giants 27 Minnesota Vikings 27 Tennessee Titans 27 Tennessee Titans
28 Washington Redskins 28 Tennessee Titans 28 St Louis Rams 28 St Louis Rams 28 Kansas City Chiefs
29 New York Giants 29 St. Louis Rams 29 New York Giants 29 Minnesota Vikings 29 Miami Dolphins
30 Jacksonville Jaguars 30 Oakland Raiders 30 Oakland Raiders 30 Oakland Raiders 30 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
31 Oakland Raiders 31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31 Jacksonville Jaguars 31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31 Jacksonville Jaguars
32 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 32 Jacksonville Jaguars 32 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 32 Jacksonville Jaguars 32 Oakland Raiders
By: September 21, 2014
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