Week 5 of NFL schedule lead by Cowboys hosting Patriots on secondary ticket market

Week 5 of the NFL season saw an emotional Matt Hasselbeck lead the Indianapolis Colts over the Houston Texas with a 27-20 final score. Former Texan Andre Johnson returned to NRG Stadium and caught two touchdowns. Hasselbeck, who had been fighting a bacterial infection earlier in the week that made him miss practice, has done an admirable job filling in for the injured Andrew Luck to keep the Colts season moving forward. The contenders and pretenders are starting to sort themselves out, as a quarter of the regular season has been completed for most teams around the league. Five undefeated teams will play this Sunday: the Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos and New England Patriots. Sunday Night Football will be played between the New York Giants and the San Francisco 49ers at MetLife Stadium, while the San Diego Chargers host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday Night Football. Below is secondary market ticket information from TiqIQ.com, to see what the ticket demand is for some of the top games during the NFL’s fifth week. 10/11/2015 | Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots | AT&T Stadium | Average Price: $353.18 | Get-in Price: $116 10/11/2015 | Green Bay Packers vs. St. Louis Rams | Lambeau Field | Average Price: $340.99 | Get-in Price: $162 10/12/2015 | San Diego Chargers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers | Qualcomm Stadium | Average Price: $263.42 | Get-in Price: $128 10/11/2015 | Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Jacksonville Jaguars | Raymond James Stadium | Average Price: $84.41 | Get-in Price: $27 10/11/2015 | Detroit Lions vs. Arizona Cardinals | Ford Field | Average Price: $95.71 | Get-in Price: $28 The New England Patriots come off their bye week to face the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium, as the Cowboys are on a two-game losing streak with Brandon Weeden as the starter. The New England faithful looking to see the Pats continue their undefeated run in person can use Hipmunk.com for the cheapest Dallas flights, in addition to booking hotels near AT&T Stadium on Hipmunk for the most convenient trip. The second most expensive game is the Packers hosting the St. Louis Rams at Lambeau Field. The Rams are coming off a big win against the Arizona Cardinals and have unleashed Todd Gurley onto the NFL. The Packers, still undefeated, are almost impossible to beat at home with Aaron Rodgers under center. On the cheaper side, a game between the Buccaneers at Jaguars at Raymond James Stadium is the least expensive game of the weekend with an average price of $84.41 and a get-in price of only $27. The second cheapest option is going to Ford Field to see the winless Lions host the Cardinals, who are looking to avoid a two-game losing streak.

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