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The New York Giants and their fans don’t have much to be thankful for this season. New York enters Week 13 tied for last place in the NFC East with a 3-8 record, and a division-worst -61 point differential. The Giants had a chance to play spoiler on Sunday night, but allowed the Dallas Cowboys to overcome an 11-point deficit, as the hated Cowboys won 31-28 over the Giants.
It’s an age old question in sports and pop culture for that matter: who or what was the best ever? Is it Montana or Unitas or Brady or Manning? Is it MJ or Wilt or Magic or Bird? Are teams that we see now and in the last ten years or so better than championship teams from prior eras? Is it fair to compare the two?
As many industry participants are aware, one NBA franchise, the Cleveland Cavaliers, recently announced a substantial shift in how they will execute ticket sales operations. It remains to be seen if this is more of an announcement than a literal plan of execution, but nonetheless this brings to the forefront the relationship between teams or venues and brokers.
Who had the better catch? First we need to lay the ground rules for this process. This is based solely on the catch itself. There is no comparing the defining moment of a super bowl to a great play in regular season game.
Will your team win the World Series? If they do, you can win too, with free tickets from TicketNetwork.
It is Game one of the World Series between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees and all of America is yearning for a ticket to the game. Fans want to stand by their city – bask in the highs and lows, the glory of each home run and strikeout, and even the pain of a heartbreaking loss.
The NFL released its schedule Wednesday, Apr. 23 – and football fans wasted no time purchasing tickets to the best games of 2014 from TicketNetwork’s exchange. TicketNetwork released its NFL First-Day Ticket Report on Friday, giving fans a guide to the most popular games of the upcoming season.
Summary by Dan Reynolds, Ticketnews: