There is an upside to a losing streak. Cheaper tickets. Tickets for Sunday's Broncos game are the lowest in years.
As a football fan, I love nothing more than going to a game. However, on a radio guys salary, I can rarely afford tickets. As most of you know I'm from Kansas City and was raised a Chiefs fan. At the start of the season, everyone proclaimed the AFC West the "best division in the NFL." That's obviously no longer the case as both Kansas City and Denver suffer through long losing streaks. There are a couple benefits to losing records, higher draft picks and lower prices for tickets.
Tickets for Sunday's game at Sports Authority Field are going for less than folks can remember in some time. What used to sell for at least $200 are now much less. With another losing team, The New York Jets, coming to Denver this weekend, season ticket holders are selling off tickets, many at less than face value.
On the Ticketmaster website, upper-level seats are going for about $40 each. There are dozens for sale at around $50. If you've not been to a game is some time or perhaps never, nows your chance. The weather forecast for Sunday's game looks great with sunshine and an afternoon high of about 63 degrees. Plus, The Jets are a team The Broncos can certainly beat. You may get to witness a rear victory.