Blackout Possible If Cincinnati Bengals Don’t Sell 2,000 Tickets.


The Cincinnati Bengals are 5-2, atop their division and just beat a potentially playoff bound Detroit Lions team on the road.paulbrown_580

But yet, they are having trouble selling out their stadium, just pathetic.

The Bengals announced Monday afternoon that a blackout could come if they don’t sell the more than 2,000 tickets that remain to this Sunday’s home game against the New York Jets. It is only the second game at Paul Brown Stadium in a month that features five total tilts for the Bengals.

Monday’s announcement came after a Bengals ticket manager said Friday that more than 3,000 tickets remained and that the team was in jeopardy of not having a sellout for the first time this season.

While the Bengals beat the Lions 27-24 on Sunday, the Jets improved to 4-3 after beating New England. The overtime victory sent the Patriots to just their second loss of the season. Their first came at Paul Brown Stadium in the Bengals’ most recent home game. So please please please fans buy the tickets this team is legit and a contender! Kickoff for Sundays game is at 4:05pm.

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