Secondary Market Chiefs Tickets At Baltimore In Bottom Four Of NFL Slate For Week 15

The defense didn’t allow the Kansas City Chiefs winning streak to end as it reached seven games after defeating the San Diego Chargers 10-3 last Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. Now in second place of the AFC West at 8-5, the Chiefs control their own destiny for an AFC playoff spot after coming back from a dreadful 1-5 start.

The Chiefs defense held Philip Rivers to 24-of-43 passing for 263 yards for zero touchdowns and an interception, including five sacks. The Chargers only had 44 rushing yards and 18 carries as the strength of this season’s Chiefs team came up in a big way.

The Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets are also 8-5 in a three-way fight for two spots in the AFC Wild Card picture, but if each team were to win out and finish 11-5, the Chiefs would be one of the two teams to advance based on tiebreakers. Technically the Chiefs are still alive in the AFC West division title race, but would need the Denver Broncos to sharply fall off in their final three games.

This Sunday, the Chiefs have an excellent chance to extend their winning streak to eight games when they face the depleted Baltimore Ravens, who may be starting Jimmy Clausen at quarterback. On the secondary market, Chiefs tickets are the fourth least expensive game this week with an average ticket price of $105.11 with a get-in price of $41 according to TiqIQ.com. The cheaper games for Week 15 are as follows: Indianapolis Colts vs. Houston Texans, San Francisco 49ers vs. Cincinnati Bengals and Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears.

A get-in price of only $41 is enticing to see one of the hottest teams in the entire NFL. Traveling Chiefs fans can book a flight to Baltimore on Hipmunk.com for a weekend football getaway, in addition to booking a Baltimore hotel on Hipmunk starting from $59.

After winning three out of four games, the Ravens have lost their last two games to fall to third in the AFC North division and have already been eliminated from playoff contention. Two weeks ago the Ravens fell to the Miami Dolphins 15-13 and followed it up with a blowout loss at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks by a score of 35-6.