Editor's Note: From our Seahawks tickets partners, TiqIQ - a note on the pricing of some 2013 marquee games...
TiqIQ launches the 2013 NFL season off, unofficially, by taking a look at Seattle Seahawks tickets for some of their most and least expensive games. Seattle was a big-time surprise in 2012, and that had everything to do with an elite defense and a stud rookie quarterback in Russell Wilson.
It was supposed to be Matt Flynn under center, but it was instead the athletic third-round pick who helped raise the Seahawks to playoff relevancy, and almost got them to the NFC title game.This year, Wilson should only be better, while the acquisition of electric wide receiver Percy Harvin should only assist Wilson in taking Seattle's offense to new heights. Throw in the Seahawks' elite secondary and a hopefully improved pass-rush, and Seattle should contend for the NFC West crown and make another deep playoff run.With that in mind, let's take a look at Seattle's most expensive and least expensive games of the new season:
Seahawks Home Avg: $236
Seahawks Top-Priced Games For 2013
- Week 2 - San Francisco 49ers (Avg Price: $413 | Get-in Price: $161)
- Week 10 - Minnesota Vikings (Avg Price: $ 223 | Get-in Price: $75)
- Week 13 - New Orleans Saints (Avg Price: $290 | Get-in Price: $95)
Seahawks Top Value Games For 2013
- Week 8 - St. Louis Rams (Avg Price: $184 | Get-in Price: $61)
- Week 7 - Arizona Cardinals (Avg Price: $189 | Get-in Price: $58)
- Week 3 - Jacksonville Jaguars (Avg Price: $198 | Get-in Price: $63)
Sometimes schedules get in the way of what really matters, and with Seattle, that could be the fact that they're just too talented to not succeed. As long as Russell Wilson takes positive steps forward, there's no reason why their already balanced offense can't be even better this season. And if that happens, another playoff trip and possibly even an NFC West crown could be in order.