The 2013 NFL schedule has been released, making it time for TiqIQ to analyze the top-priced New England Patriots tickets for the 2013 schedule as well as the games with the best value buys.
Tom Brady and co. enter 2013 with Super Bowl expectations, per usual, but will be heading down that road without the likes of Wes Welker, Brandon Lloyd or Danny Woodhead in 2013. Welker is obviously the biggest loss, but in all, those three guys made up for a ton of New England’s offense, and all could be sorely missed.
While the Patriots may miss some free agency losses, they could be eradicated by the gain of versatile wide receiver Danny Amendola. If Amendola can replace Welker and help open up the offense even more, the Patriots will look extremely smart, and could also be putting themselves in the position to get back to the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl is always the expected final result for New England, but for now we’ll focus on their top-priced games and some of their cheaper games as we breakdown their 2013 schedule:
Patriots Home Avg: $415
Patriots Top-Priced Games For 2013
- Week 12 – Denver Broncos (Avg Price: $611| Get-in Price: $273)
- Week 9 – Pittsburgh Steelers (Avg Price: $524 | Get-in Price: $223)
- Week 2 – New York Jets (Avg Price: $428 | Get-in Price: $214)
Patriots Top Value Games For 2013
- Week 14 - Cleveland Browns (Avg Price: $313 | Get-in Price: $116)
- Week 3 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Avg Price: $316 | Get-in Price: $134)
The Patriots let go of some solid talent in free agency this year, but other than that there’s little reason to suspect any kind of a drop-off. The Bills and Dolphins look to be stronger in 2013, but they still don’t seem to be on the Patriots’ level. With all that being said, New England once again looks like a strong playoff contender, and once in, have a shot at getting back to another Super Bowl.
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