San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 24, 2005
Doubt, fear and anxiety permeated the National Football League hierarchy in the early days of 1967.
Will they come? Will they watch? Will they care?
Rozelle, the NFL commissioner at the time, merely hoped that his legacy would include: Creator of a colossal bust.
"Go back to the first Super Bowl, and all I can remember is 30,000 empty seats," Rozelle told reporters 19 years later, two days before Super Bowl XX.
Vince Lombardi guided his Packers to convincing victories in Super Bowls I and II -- they won five NFL titles in his nine seasons as coach -- and now the Tiffany trophy that is awarded to the game's winner bears his name.
Zoom ahead to 2005 and The 40th Super Bowl is just around the corner. Tickets which are the most sought after NFL sports tickets for fans can be impossible to find. Tickets for Super Bowl I were priced at $8, $10 and $12. Today Super Bowl tickets which carry a face value of $300 - $1000 command prices that range from $1950 for seats in the top of the end zones to as much as $6,500 each for the best 50 yard line seats.
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This years Super Bowl will take place in Detroit, MI on Feb 06, 2006 with the kick off scheduled to be at 6:00pm. Two of the four teams competing in the AFC and NFC Championships will go on to the Super Bowl in Detroit at Ford Field.
With all the happenings around The Super Bowl in Detroit, MI you could make a full week of it. Will you be there?