Just to compare, Denver's cheapest pair available are $80 each before fees on SH, Green Bay's $123 and New England's $124. To be fair, Atlanta's cheapest pair available is $71 currently, like the first twenty listings are single tickets, I missed that before when I said they were pairs. So I don't think pairs will plummet too much, but yeah a single ticket you could wind up getting for $25.
****, and isn't it supposed to get to 60 degrees this weekend too?
Mid 50s. But next week we're getting a 1,2 punch of arctic air. Starting about wakeup time Tuesday morning, until at least the following Tuesday, it wont get much above freezing any day for a high. Pretty much a solid week below, at, or just above freezing. Pond hockey will probably be a go in 8 or 9 days.
Originally Posted by NJDevs26
Neither of those teams would have home field next week, unless Denver/Atlanta lose as well.
I think ATL could lose. Denver I think will win.
Originally Posted by apice3
The kickers have it easy. Ever play football in 20 degree weather? Hitting the ground feels like hitting a brick wall.
I think what he meant is that it's difficult kicking footballs when it's cold due to the compression of air in the ball, as well as the fact that objects do not travel as well in cold air.