Cincinnati Bengals Granted Extension To Avoid Blackout.

Well for the second time this season, the Cincinnati Bengals are given an extension to avoid a blackout in this weekend home game. They are hoping this extension can generate ticket sales to be sold in the next 24 hours to get the game shown on local TV (Fox 19 Chan. 3).

There are 3,500 tickets available for the game this Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, where the Bengals haven’t lost inside Paul Brown Stadium this season (6-0). A lot riding in this game, a win could secure a postseason berth or the AFC north division title. Depending on the outcome of New England Patriots,Batimore Ravens, and Miami Dolphins.

The team has until 4pm tomorrow afternoon to sell out the game, the last time the team was given an extension to avoid a blackout was the Oct 27th game against the New York Jets. The organization announced that tickets would soon go on-sale for possible home playoff games.

So, fans go out and buy the tickets for this weekend game, yeah the Vikings aren’t a good team, but they have played well recently and its possible the best running back in the league Adrian Peterson might play, but for the Bengals there’s a lot riding in this game.


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