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The New York Giants got off to an early lead against the Dallas Cowboys in Sunday night’s winner-take-all showdown and were never really challenged on their way to capturing the NFC East title. Despite only winning nine games, the Giants will host the 10-win Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Thanks the play of Eli Manning (and Victor Cruz), along with the experience of coach Tom Coughlin, some experts think the Giants are a dark horse candidate to represent the NFC in Super Bowl XLVI. After Sunday night’s dominating win over the Cowboys, there are not many who would refute that.

Find Giants vs. Falcons NFC Wild Card Tickets

The New York vs. Atlanta Wild Card game will be on Sunday afternoon (1:00 pm kickoff). The other NFC Wild Card game, New Orleans vs. Detroit, is set for Saturday night, with the Cincinnati vs. Houston game Saturday afternoon. Denver vs. Pittsburgh will be the evening game on Sunday. The Giants and Falcons did not face each other this year, and have not played since the 2009 season, a high-scoring affair that saw Manning lead the Giants to a 34-31 overtime victory. The Falcons were without star running back Michael Turner on that day, which won’t be the case this Sunday. The Giants defense will have to shut down Turner and the Falcons running game if they hope to have any chance of advancing to the divisional round and facing either the Niners (gulp) or Packers (bigger gulp).

If you’re hoping to score a seat to Sunday’s game, your best bet is on the secondary ticket market. Looking at a few of the more popular ticket marketplaces revealed prices starting at $200 for New York Giants vs. Atlanta Falcons Tickets. Those are for 300 level seats, which is the highest level of seats in MetLife Stadium (the nosebleeds, in other words). If you’re looking to be closer, it’ll cost you at least $300, and depending on where exactly you want to sit, could be as much as $1,000. The Giants vs. Falcons matchup is expected to be one of the best that Wild Card Weekend has to offer, and the demand for tickets is expected to rise as we move closer to Sunday. That means prices on the secondary market will probably move in the same direction as the demand, making right now an opportune time to purchase Giants vs. Falcons Tickets.

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