Buffalo Bills Announce Two Regular Season Sellouts

PHILADELPHIA, PA - AUGUST 25: Michael Vick #7 of the Philadelphia Eagles runs the ball into the endzone for a second quarter touchdown against the Cleveland Browns during their pre season game on August 25, 2011 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Yesterday, in noting that the Buffalo Bills will have a second straight pre-season home game blacked out, we discussed the fact that the Bills had not yet announced any sellouts for the seven games to be played at Ralph Wilson Stadium this season. Boom: 24 hours later, the Bills have announced two sellouts.

Buffalo's September 18 home opener against the Oakland Raiders is sold out. The same goes for the team's third home game of the season, an October 9 tilt against the star-studded Philadelphia Eagles.

The Bills also announced that a limited number of tickets remain for their September 25 home date against the New England Patriots. It's highly likely this game will eventually be a sellout, as well.

Home games that have not yet sold out include the New York Jets (November 6), Tennessee Titans (December 4), Miami Dolphins (December 18), and Denver Broncos (December 24). Additionally, the team's home game in Toronto (Washington Redskins, October 30) is not yet sold out.

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