(PRWEB) September 09, 2012
The highly anticipated first week of the 2012 NFL season has arrived, and the big slate of matchups has fans from Tampa Bay to San Francisco counting the minutes until kickoff. TicketProcess.com is proud to announce that they have worked hard to become a highly respected online hub of NFL football tickets, and they will be offering 2012 NFL tickets to all of the games that the diverse and talented 32 teams will be playing. The NFL has exceeded Major League Baseball as the nation's most popular sport over the course of the last two decades, and for good reason. The astonishing size of the athletes combined with their top notch levels of athleticism equals entertainment.
The New York Giants hosted the Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday night, and the nationally-televised opening did not go well for the defending champions. The Cowboys and quarterback Tony Romo were able to pick apart the Giants defense over the course of the game by completing timely passes in the second half to the likes of Austin Miles, Dez Bryant and, most importantly, Kevin Ogletree. The unheralded veteran wide receiver was able to find holes in the New York defense all night long en route to a 24-17 New York victory. Many folks were able to secure quality tickets to that game through TicketProcess.com, and the popular site is inviting the masses to get in on the action for the rest of what is sure to be an enthralling season.
Sunday is filled with blockbuster games and will be highlighted by the Indianapolis Colts visit to Soldier Field to face the Chicago Bears. The game will be the first regular season action for highly touted rookie Andrew Luck, and he is hoping to combine his skill with a bit of luck to keep the game close. The Bears obviously have other ideas and plan on using the Jay Cutler to Brandon Marshall connection to rack up a number of touchdowns. http://www.ticketprocess.com/chicago-bears-tickets
The San Francisco 49ers have already arrived in Wisconsin and climatized themselves to the environment, and they are hoping to leave the chilly city of Green Bay with a victory. The game is being promoted as the 2011 NFC Championship that was supposed to happen. Other key Week 1 NFL matchups include the Steelers versus the Broncos in Denver, the Redskins and RG3 visiting the Saints in New Orleans and the perennially successful New England Patriots traveling to Tennessee to take on the Titans. Visit TicketProcess.com to turn notions into dreams. Also look College football from http://www.ticketprocess.com/college-football-tickets