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The 2013 NFL Season has gained a lot of attention and early in the year. Get your NFL Tickets now and see your favorite NFL Teams play right in front of you. The 2013 NFL Season starts September 5, 2013. Are you ready?

The major free agent signings have been made, the NFL draft has come and gone, and the first few major arrests have been made. Yes, the 2013 NFL season is clearly on the horizon and fans are already planning which games to get NFL tickets for and which games to enjoy from the couch.

Now, each city has its favorite team, but there are a few favorites to discuss. The Denver Broncos are not going to abandon the idea of building an offense around a pocket passer, at least not until last season’s big gamble, Peyton Manning, retires. The New England Patriots are going to be down at least one superstar tight end this season, but Tom Brady and a superb running defense makes this club a contender. The Baltimore Ravens have been ignored despite the Super Bowl victory. Well, guess what, Joe Flacco is still here, Ray Rice is a great running back, and the defense is still good, though no longer great.

The Green Bay Packers had a bad year and went 11-5 last season. This season expect big things from Aaron Rodgers and a new group of impact defensive players. San Francisco is the hot team though. Colin Kaepernick appears to be the real QB 2.0 and the defense is phenomenal. Only the next season will tell which of these contenders is for real, or if another team, perhaps yours, will shock the NFL.

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Houston Texans NFL Draft Party May 8, 2014
Thu 5:00PM
NRG Stadium
Houston, TX
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Detroit Lions vs. Chicago Bears Jul 1, 2014
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Detroit, MI
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Minneapolis, MN
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Orchard Park, NY
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Glendale, AZ
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Miami Gardens, FL
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Foxborough, MA
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Georgia Dome
Atlanta, GA
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New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills Jul 1, 2014
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East Rutherford, NJ
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Charlotte, NC
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Baltimore, MD
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Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens Jul 1, 2014
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Cincinnati, OH
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Santa Clara, CA
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Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens Jul 1, 2014
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Cleveland, OH
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Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals Jul 1, 2014
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CenturyLink Field
Seattle, WA
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Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens Jul 1, 2014
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Pittsburgh, PA
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St. Louis Rams vs. Arizona Cardinals Jul 1, 2014
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Saint Louis, MO
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Houston Texans vs. Indianapolis Colts Jul 1, 2014
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NRG Stadium
Houston, TX
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Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Houston Texans Jul 1, 2014
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EverBank Field
Jacksonville, FL
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Tennessee Titans vs. Houston Texans Jul 1, 2014
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LP Field
Nashville, TN
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Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs Jul 1, 2014
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Sports Authority Field At Mile High
Denver, CO
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Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos Jul 1, 2014
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Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City, MO
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Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos Jul 1, 2014
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Oakland, CA
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San Diego, CA
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Arlington, TX
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The National Football League has an unlikely beginning, that of an auto showroom in Canton, Ohio. That day, on September 17, 1920, a number of loosely organized football teams decided to give the sport its first true league, eliminating much of the poaching of players and the politics that had kept this game from reaching its potential. Then called the American Professional Football Conference, it consisted of 14 teams. Now, the conference has become the NFL and the roster has increased to 32 clubs.

Not only has the league increased its number of teams and its rosters, but NFL tickets have become perhaps the most popular in professional sports. The teams meet once a week to play Thursday night, Sunday afternoon, Sunday evening, or Monday night for 17 weeks a year during the regular season. After this, the 12-most worthy teams taken from eight divisions play in the postseason. Each team hopes to represent their conference (the AFC or the NFC) in the grandest championship in sports, the Super Bowl.

Of course, the Super Bowl has not always been around. In the pre-Super Bowl era, the NFL was a running league through and through. Yes, some teams did throw the ball, but the running backs were the most important players on the field. The most dominant club was the Green Bay Packers, with the rival Chicago Bears coming up second in terms of championships.

The big game developed to pit the winner of the fledgling and rival AFL against the champion of the more established NFL. It so happened that this game also followed the decision to merge the leagues.

In the Super Bowl era NFL, the Packers have continued to be a standout football team, though the Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys, and San Francisco Giants have more wins and appearances. Also, the game of football has changed. It is more complex now and continues to become more complex with each passing year, with each coach looking for a new way to shock the league and win a Super Bowl before the rest of the National Football League adopts their winning strategy.