The schedule release is a big moment for rabid NFL fans — is a division foe first on the list of opponents? Will the team have to travel coast to coast much over the 2014 season? Will the division come down to an away game on Sunday Night Football on the last day of the season? It could cause some fans, and even coaches, an early ulcer.
While it’s impossible to predict which games on the NFL Schedule 2014 will mean the most, Forbes thinks it’s got a strong feeling about which games during the NFL will make for the most expensive tickets. The predictions are based on previous years. For example, for the last three seasons, the NFC east champions have been crowned in Dallas on the last day of the regular season. If history is any predictor, if the Cowboys have a home game and are fighting for the division, those tickets could go for double or triple face value.
Other expensive games on NFL Schedule 2014, according to Forbes, include both match-ups of division rivals the Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints and the Denver Broncos against the New England Patriots.
So, until the release of the NFL Schedule 2014, let’s play “fantasy” with ticket prices and speculate on the most expensive games of the year.