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Ticket Prices Indicate Big Game for Packers at Ravens

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Ticket Prices Indicate Big Game for Packers at Ravens

From our friends at TiqIQ:

The Baltimore Ravens will welcome in the Green Bay Packers into M&T Bank Stadium for a matchup between two teams off to mediocre starts. The Ravens are 3-2 after five games and the Packers are just 2-2 after four games and a bye. Ravens tickets are averaging $355 for this game against the Packers, a 28% increase on the average Ravens home game, but a 2% drop over the last week. This game is 16% above the average price of Green Bay Packers tickets away from Lambeau this season. The get-in price for this game is $139.

Baltimore’s offense hasn’t found its stride through the first five games, but could be able to click against Green Bay’s defense. The Packers will be without linebacker Clay Matthews, who will miss about a month with a broken thumb. That should be good news for quarterback Joe Flacco, who has been sacked on 6.5% of his dropbacks this season. The running game also needs to get going for the Ravens offense as both Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce are only averaging 2.9 yards per carry, but that could be difficult as the Green Bay defense has only allowed over 100 yards rushing in a game once this season.

And remember, for the best deals on NFL regular season, playoff and Super Bowl tickets, visit TiqIQ.com.

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