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The NFL Hall of Fame Game kicks off football preseason with some of the league's most talented players. Don't miss your chance to see the football's Hall of Famer's LIVE! Buy your NFL Hall of Fame Game tickets now!
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excellent
By steelers #1 from cleveland OH on 8/7/2007
Pros:
Great Style Of Play, High Energy, Stadium Packed, The Crowd Loved It
Cons:
Halftime sucked
Best For:
Everyone

best nfl game ever

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AWESOME EXPERIENCE!!
By STEVE from POLAND, OH on 8/8/2006
Pros:
Great Style Of Play, High Energy, Stadium Packed, The Crowd Loved It
Cons:
Seats were very crowded
Best For:
Casual Fans, Die Hard Fans, New To The Sport

IT WAS AN INCREDIBLE EXPERIENCE. WE SPENT SEVERAL HOURS IN THE HALL OF FAME AND MY SON HAS A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE GAME. HE WAS ESPECIALLY EXCITED ABOUT THE GAME AND THE CHANCE TO SEE THE "STARS" UP CLOSE (HE GOT RANDY MOSS' AUTOGRAPH). THE ONLY THING THAT WOULD MAKE IT BETTER WOULD BE AN AUTOGRAPH/MEET THE PLAYERS VENUE OF SOME KIND. WE ARE ALREADY MAKING PLANS TO GO AGAIN NEXT YEAR!

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Awesome
By SpeedKills from Nassau, Bahamas on 8/8/2006
Pros:
High Energy, small stadium for NFl, Stadium Packed
Cons:
Boring Style of Play
Best For:
Die-Hard Fans Only

It was a great experience. Seeing an NFL game with only 20,000 people in the crowd that upclose is a once in a lifetime experience, I will be back,

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You will never be closer to the players
By Life is good from Huron,OH on 8/8/2006
Pros:
Never know who you'll see
Cons:
Pre season
Best For:
Everyone

Tickets were perfect. Got to see players up close & CHEERLEADERS ! Kids got autographs. Only thing better would to have been on the field.

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NFL Hall of Fame Game Theater Tickets

The NFL Hall of Fame Game is an annual event in which two teams compete to kick off the preseason. Previous teams who have played in the game include the New England Patriots, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Kansas City Chiefs, the New York Giants, the New Orleans Saints, the San Diego Chargers, the Chicago Bears and the Dallas Cowboys. Purchase your NFL Hall of Fame Game tickets today and watch all the action and excitement preseason pro football has to offer.

The game was founded in 1962, one year before the Pro Football Hall of Fame museum opened. The NFL designates teams for the game on a season-by season basis and normally chooses teams that have achieved significant milestones or are connected to the Hall of Fame's most recent class.

Every game is packed with adrenaline and each athlete plays their hearts out. Mark Bradley, the Chicago Bears' second-round draft pick in 2005, set a record with 131 yards receiving against the Miami Dolphins in the AFC-NFC Hall of Fame game that year. In the 2008 game, Colt Brennan of the Washington Redskins earned the second-highest completion percentage in the history of the Hall of Fame game with 90 percent.