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Breaking down 2014 Titans tickets on the secondary market

The Tennessee Titans will look to bounce back from a 7-9 record in 2013, which served as the team’s second consecutive losing season. After losing unsteady running back Chris Johnson in the offseason, the Titans are poised to have another difficult run in a competitive AFC South that also features the Colts, Texans and Jaguars. According to TiqIQ, the average secondary market price for Titans tickets at LP Field this season is $157.37. The most expensive home games on the Titans schedule this season will be against the Cowboys in September, the Steelers in November and the Giants in December.

9/14 vs Dallas Cowboys | Avg. Price: $296.38 | Get-in: $94

The Titans will welcome the Cowboys in their home opener on September 14. The average secondary market price for Titans vs Cowboys tickets is $296.38, the most expensive home game of the season 88.3% above the season average, and will have a get-in price of $94. The non-divisional game will feature Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, whose inability to take his team into the postseason since 2009 still attracts high ticket prices on the secondary market.

10/5 vs Cleveland Browns | Avg. Price: $144.29 | Get-in: $30

The hype surrounding Johnny Manziel and the Cleveland Browns will head to Tennessee on October 5, but the game will have below average secondary ticket prices. The average price for Titans vs Browns tickets is $144.29, 8.3% below the season average, with the get-in price starting at $30. Brian Hoyer has won the starting job for Cleveland, but early season kinks may curb him by the early-October game and make way for Manziel, who has also played poorly in the preseason.

10/12 vs Jacksonville Jaguars | Avg. Price: $90.10 | Get-in: $11

The Titans will host the Jaguars the following week and the game will serve as the cheapest home game on the Titans schedule this season. The average secondary price for the game is $90.10, 42.7% below the season average, with a get-in price of $11. The Jaguars also have a star college quarterback in Blake Bortles under their wing, however the 22-year-old will ride the bench to start the season as Chad Henne is slated to start.

10/26 vs Houston Texans | Avg. Price: $107.02 | Get-in: $13

Following a dismal 2-14 season, the Texans enter the 2014 season with top-drafted rookie Jadeveon Clowney and a newfound sense of urgency to win in an increasingly competitive AFC South. Despite the intradivisional matchup, the average secondary price for tickets to the October 26 game is just $107.02, 31.9% below the season average. The get-in price starts at $13.

11/17 vs Pittsburgh Steelers | Avg. Price: $236.73 | Get-in: $62

The Steelers will travel to LP field on November 17 to play the Titans. The November matchup will be the second most expensive home game of the season on the Titans schedule. The average secondary price for Titans vs Steelers tickets is $236.73, 50.4% above the season average, with a get-in price of $62. The Steelers have gone 8-8 in the previous two seasons and will look to make some headway in the AFC North after missing the playoffs in both years.

12/7 vs New York Giants | Avg. Price: $161.60 | Get-in: $28

Big Blue heads to Tennessee on December 7 and will see the third highest-priced secondary tickets at LP Field this season. The average price for Titans vs Giants tickets is $161.60 on the secondary market, 2.6% above the season average, and the get-in price starts at $28. The Giants had a season of regression last year, losing their first six games before finishing the season at 7-9. Despite their setbacks last season, they still carry an average secondary price above Titans season average for their early-December game.

12/14 vs New York Jets | Avg. Price: $127.73 | Get-in: $16

The Titans welcome New York for a second consecutive weekend when the Jets visit on December 14. Average price for the December 14 game is 127.73 on the secondary market, 18.8% below the season average, with a get-in price of $16. Gang Green has suffered identity issues all preseason and have made headlines this week after indefinitely suspending AWOL cornerback Dimitri Patterson. Patterson failed to show up to last Friday’s Snoopy Bowl against the Giants, prompting the team to oust him from the roster for an undisclosed amount of time.

12/28 vs Indianapolis Colts | Avg. Price: $144.31 | Get-in: $26

The final regular season game at LP Field will be against the Colts on December 28. The average price for Titans vs Colts tickets is $144.31 on the secondary market, 8.3% below the season average, with the get-in price starting at $26. Andrew Luck is poised to contend for another AFC South title this year but will face stiff competition in the Texans, who owned the division in both 2011 and 2012.

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