Denver Broncos vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Playoff Tickets: AFC Wild Card
The Denver Broncos began the season with Kyle Orton at QB, and four losses through five games. They had no hope of making a run at the AFC West division title and spot in the 2012 NFL Playoffs. Until, that is, hope appeared in the form of an awkward throwing quarterback. After a Week 6 bye, Tim Tebow was inserted as the starting QB, and the team promptly reeled off seven wins in eight games, putting them in the drivers seat for the #4 in the AFC Playoffs. Three straight losses – one a severe beating at the hands of the lowly Buffalo Bills – put Denver fans on edge, but the Oakland Raiders couldn’t take advantage against the Chargers, allowing the Broncos to back into the AFC West.
Find Broncos vs. Steelers AFC Wild Card Tickets
The fourth-seeded Broncos will host the Pittsburgh Steelers at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Sunday in the late afternoon game (4:30 pm kickoff). The Steelers finished with a better record than Denver, but because the Ravens finished as the AFC North division champs, Pittsburgh was relegated the #5 seed, and forced to go on the road in the first round. The other AFC Wild Card will feature the Houston Texans vs. Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday.
The Broncos haven’t been to AFC Playoffs since 2005 when they lost the AFC Championship Game to the Pittsburgh Steelers. They’ll get an opportunity for revenge on Sunday, and fans in Denver are scrambling to find Broncos vs. Steelers Tickets for the much anticipated game. The Pittsburgh Steelers fan base is known to travel extremely well, and demand (and prices) for Denver Broncos vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Tickets is expected to rise exponentially throughout the week. That’s why we suggest acting now, and securing a seat before prices get downright ridiculous (which they are expected to do).
Right now you can still purchase a 500 level seat at Mile High for around $175, with seats in the lower levels starting at $300 and going up from there. Not bad considering that being in the stands at Sports Authority Field next Sunday means potentially witnessing a real-life miracle.
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