The San Francisco 49ers had a few tough games at the start of the season but have seem to regained their footing as they have since won 3 games in a row after dropping two of their first three games. The San Francisco 49ers continued their home winning streak against the Arizona Cardinals in their 32-10 victory this past Sunday and now sit at second in the NFC West thanks in large part to the return of Vernon Davis. Additionally, Davis has been the catalyst to their last three 30+ point performances, even having a career game this past week going for 180 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Tickets for the this contest against the Titans are currently $149 per seat, 41% higher than the average price of Tennessee Titans tickets at home this season ($106). On the other hand, that price is 31% below the average price of San Francisco 49ers tickets away from San Francisco in 2013. Tickets are dropping, down 15% this week already, and should continue to fall as the game draws near. Currently, the get-in price for the game is just $32 bucks.
Across the field, the Tennessee Titans have improved dramatically upon last seasons team especially on the defensive side of the ball. Jake Locker appeared as if he was finally living up to his potential this season before being setback by an injury forced him to sit out the past two games which they have lost to two of the best teams in the NFL, the Kansas City Chiefs and Seattle Seahawks. The Titans have to play better this week if they are going to kick this losing streak and get back above .500 on the season.