The 2015-16 NFL schedule just released which means now is the time to strategize when it comes to attending home and away games during the upcoming season!
The NFL chose to release the schedule two weeks before the draft, so NFL owners and GMs have a good idea of their team’s needs, the schedule could determine who they draft. If a team is playing Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Andrew Luck in the upcoming season, it might be a good idea to get a pass rusher that can get to the quarterback. Letting elite quarterbacks stand in the pocket and survey the defense is a very bad proposition for most secondaries.
With the schedule released and NFL Draft approaching, football fans throughout the United States will likely adjust their budget to make certain they can purchase tickets for, at least, a few games. If you have been a fan of the Chicago Bears for decades, you have to decide which stadiums to visit if you want to catch an away game this season. There are plenty of “fan groups” that have the desire to watch a game in every NFL Stadium. If you are looking for NFL tickets for the 2015-16 NFL season, remember Ticket Monster has many options available in all of the stadiums.
The NFL will likely bring some of their stars “back home” during the 2015-16 season. Players that had prolific college careers in a specific area have a large following that remains in that town or city. Knoxville, Tennessee has a large contingent of Peyton Manning fans. Drew Brees is loved by those that live in or around West Lafayette, Indiana. Andrew Luck is revered by Stanford fans in the San Francisco Bay area. Look for these stars to return to stadiums near their college towns sometime during the upcoming season.
If your favorite player has not been “back home” in several years, this might be the year you get to watch him play in a stadium near you. Instead of having to fly across the country you could easily make a day trip to the closest NFL city that will be hosting games during Sundays in the fall and winter.
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