NFL Football

2009 NFL Playoffs

Congratulations to the Pittsburgh Steelers, winners of the 2009 Super Bowl! The Pittsburgh Steelers made history by beating the Arizona Cardinals 27 to 23 to take home their record breaking 6th Super Bowl win.

It’s off to the 2009 Super Bowl for the Arizona Cardinals, Champions of the NFC (National Football Conference) and the Pittsburgh Steelers, Champions of the AFC (American Football Conference)! The Arizona Cardinals earned their ticket to Raymond James Stadium this coming February 1st by defeating the Philadelphia Eagles, 32-25. The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Baltimore Ravens 23 to 14 to take home the AFC Championship title, and fans are hoping they can take home the Super Bowl title for the 2nd time four years (they were 2005 Super Bowl champs). Get your Super Bowl XLIII tickets today and experience NFL football at its finest!

Get your NFL Playoffs tickets and cheer your team on! Whether they’ve clinched a berth before the NFL season ends or they’ve grabbed that lucky wild card, each grueling step of the Playoffs is do-or-die on the way to the Super Bowl. Divisional Playoffs and Conference Championships can be among the most thrilling events in pro football, and Coast To Coast can get you tickets to witness the Playoff action live in person!

Although it was only several decades ago that professional football came into its own here in the United States, today many say that football has replaced baseball as America's favorite pastime. Certainly if the number of tickets sold is any measure of popularity, then NFL team averages ranging from over 50,000 up to almost 90,000 paid admissions per game say Americans love this sport!

The 32 teams of the NFL do battle through 17 grueling weeks of the regular season, yet that is only phase one of the competition to be crowned national champion. Next come the NFL Playoffs, and here the excitement is guaranteed. You’ll want tickets to watch the teams who have fought their way to the tops of their divisions, plus the long-shot wild card teams, because these do-or-die games determine the champions of the American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC), who ultimately face off in the Super Bowl.

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