With just a little over a month before the NFL Season starts, it is time to start thinking about which of this season’s games you are going to catch on the road and which ones you are going catch from the comfort of your own living room. With some careful consideration we have put together a short list of “road-worthy” games.
Carolina Panthers at Denver Broncos
Thursday, September 8th
Right now if you jump on StubHub you can find a ticket for under $250 but do not expect that to be the case for long. Taking into consideration that these two teams played each other in the Super Bowl last season you can bet that a number of fans are lining up to see them go at it on the field again this year. While you are there, be sure to grab some of the new food items on the Mile High Stadium menu. This team has added 10 new items this season including Frito Pie with Mark Schlereth’s Stinkin’ Good Green Chili, a Southwest Chicken Sausage made with a local Palisade Peach slaw and a street taco, gyros and taco pizzas.
New York Jets at Buffalo Bills
Thursday, September 15th
The lowest ticket price currently available online sits around $110, which makes it somewhat affordable and worth the trip to check out these two teams. The Bills just changed their home stadium name from the Ralph Wilson Stadium to New Era Field after reaching a naming deal with the headwear manufacturing company. The team is looking forward to the spirit they hope to see the change infuse into the community and with its fans.
Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns
Sunday, September 18th
Cleveland is still reeling from the Caviler’s historic NBA victory this past season, let’s see if they can bring home a Super Bowl ring as well. Wouldn’t you love to be able to say you were there for the start of a championship season? The cheapest seats for this game area currently around $50. One thing to note if you do make it to the game: due to security concerns the team has instituted a “clear bag” policy over the last several seasons. The policy requires all bags brought in to be see through and limits the size as well.