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2013-2014 NFL Update

By David Jacobs | October 7th, 2013

Now that the National Football League is in full swing, fans are getting to see how the season is going to be shaking out for their favorite teams. For some fans, such as fans of the Denver Broncos, the 2013-2014 season is already shaping up to be an exciting one. The Broncos came out of the gates strong this year with an early season win over the Baltimore Ravens in their first game. Led by quarterback Peyton Manning, the Broncos have gone on to win their next four games. This week the 5-0 Broncos will be taking on the Jaguars to try to keep their undefeated streak alive in a game that has a 28 point spread. This upcoming matchup, taking place this Sunday at 3:05 pm is a must see for fans looking to find out if the Broncos have what it takes to stay undefeated all season long. The matchup will be taking place at the Bronco’s home turf; tickets are one sale still for those who want to see the game unfold live.   

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NFL 2013 Season

By David Jacobs | August 10th, 2013

This week marked the return of pre-season games for the official Nation Football League as different teams from around the league faced off and showed fans what they can expect from the different squads when the official season kicks off. While pre-season scrimmages are currently being held, and fans are getting to see a preview of their favorite NFL teams play live. However, what most fans are looking forward to is the official kickoff of the upcoming 2013-2014 season, and tickets are on sale now for the official start of the season.

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The biggest and most anticipated first game of the season will undoubtedly be the first official game of the season. This game will feature a matchup between the Denver Broncos and the Baltimore Ravens. The Baltimore Ravens were of course last year’s Superbowl champions and despite several big lineup changes, they are expected to once again have a highly successful season. The Ravens will be taking on another favorite in the industry and longtime rivals the Denver Broncos. The team will be looking to beat out the Broncos and Peyton Manning in this matchup which will be taking place Thursday September 5th in Denver. The game will not only be the first one of the season but it will also be the first televised Thursday Night Football game.

NBA Playoffs and MLB 2013 Season

By David Jacobs | April 23rd, 2013

This week sports fans of all types have their eyes set of the NBA as this week marks the official kick off of the 2013 NBA finals. Over the weekend the first round of play got underway and fans were not shorted when it came to the action. With 16 teams currently competing for a spot as the number one organization in the NBA and to win the Larry O’Brien trophy, there is plenty of action surrounding the current tournament. With popular teams like the Boston Celtics, the New York Knicks, the Brooklyn Nets and the Chicago Bulls, the Miami Heat, the LA Clippers, the Lakers, the Memphis Grizzles, the Oklahoma City Thunder, the San Antonio Spurs and more all playing in the 2013 NBA playoffs there is no denying there is plenty of action to be seen with this tournament. There are tickets on sale now for those who want to get in on all of this basketball action.

Super Bowl XLVII – Harbaugh vs Harbaugh

By David Jacobs | January 25th, 2013

Super Bowl XLVII is the 47th Super Bowl, which pits one team from the American Football Conference (AFC), against a team from the National Football Conference (NFC).  This year’s game features the Baltimore Ravens from the AFC, and the San Francisco 49ers from the NFC.  The game is scheduled to be played at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 3, 2013.  Alicia Keys is scheduled to sing the National Anthem, and Beyoncé is scheduled to be the halftime performer.

This year’s Super Bowl has additional layers of intrigue.  In this year’s game, the coach of the Baltimore Ravens is John Harbaugh, and the coach of the San Francisco 49ers is Jim Harbaugh.  This is the first Super Bowl, which features brothers as the opposing head coaches.  The two brothers have faced off once before as head coaches, with John and the Ravens winning 16-6 in a 2011 game.

The Ravens come into the game as the AFC Champions, compiling a 10-6 record in the regular season, which saw them lose four of their last five games and firing Offensive Coordinator Cam Cameron in the process.  In the playoffs, they won the Wild Card round game 24-9 at home against the Indianapolis Colts.  In the divisional round, they defeated the top-seeded Denver Broncos in Denver 38-35 in double-overtime.  In the AFC Championship game, the Ravens went into New England and defeated the Patriots 28-13 to punch their ticket to the Super Bowl.