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Seahawks tickets: Only Patriots games more in-demand for 2016

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NFL: St. Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks Troy Wayrynen-USA TODAY Sports

The Seattle Seahawks are not only good, but they feature everything you would want in a watchable football team: A great quarterback, an interesting sideline head coach, a talkative superstar defensive player, a fantasy beast at tight end, running back, and wide receiver, a wild card defensive end who could do anything or say anything at any moment, and success in recent seasons in the form of two Super Bowl appearances.

Because of that, it’s no surprise then that the Seahawks are now the second-most wanted tickets in the NFL this year, after only the New England Patriots, per SeatGeek. And the Patriots have been at it on this level since 2001, compared to really since just 2012 for Seattle.

Per VividSeats, the Seahawks also lead all teams with a median price of $398 per ticket. Meanwhile, a Kansas City Chiefs game will cost you just $91 — which I mean, seems weird considering that they have that great homefield advantage and should be a playoff team once again. I guess people aren’t that exited about Alex Smith again.

If you go to the season/home opener against the Miami Dolphins, it may cost you $480, whereas the next home game against the San Francisco 49ers could be over $500. Imagine taking a date to a game and spending $1000 just to get in the gate! But at least you’re giving him or her the gift of Seahawks.