Baltimore Ravens AFC Championship Game Tickets
After battling, and prevailing, against the Texans on Sunday afternoon, the Baltimore Ravens can officially start preparing to face the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, January 22 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. Joe Flacco tossed two touchdowns, and the Ravens defense registered four takeaways against the Texans, who showed admirably in their first ever trip to the postseason. The defense will again have to be at their turnover-forcing best next weekend, as Tom Brady and the Pats offense are clearly clicking on all cylinders.
Ravens vs. Patriots AFC Championship Game Tickets
The Ravens reached this point after completing the regular season with a 12-4 record and winning the AFC North division. The Pittsburgh Steelers finished with an identical record, but Baltimore beat them twice during the year, affording them a first-round bye instead of a trip to Denver to face the magic of Tim Tebow on his home turn, which turned-out to be the demise of the Steelers. Instead, fans of the Ravens were able to experience Sunday’s win over the Texans at home in Baltimore, where fans showed up to M&T Bank Stadium in full force, most of them sporting Fu Manchus in honor of under-appreciated QB Joe Flacco.
They won’t have the benefit of a home-field advantage this weekend, but that won’t stop Ravens fans from attempting to fill as much of Gillette Stadium with purple and black as possible. Ravens vs. Patriots Tickets are now sale for Sunday’s game, and judging by the early prices on the secondary ticket market, demand is indeed is very high for the AFC Championship Game. Prices are currently sitting around $200 for upper-level seats, with seats in the lower bowl starting near $350 and going up steeply from there. There’s no telling how outrageous demand will get as game day nears, so if you’re planning on going, we recommend purchasing Patriots vs. Ravens AFC Championship Game Tickets sooner, rather than later. And if you’re feeling frisky, you can always start looking for Super Bowl Indianapolis Tickets.
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