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Bills vs. Chiefs 2013: Buffalo announces Week 9 sellout

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The Bills barely sold out Sunday's loss to Cincinnati, but they've already announced a sellout for a November 3 home game against the Chiefs.

Kevin Hoffman-US PRESSWIRE

When the Buffalo Bills take on the currently undefeated Kansas City Chiefs in their next game at Ralph Wilson Stadium on November 3, they'll be doing so in front of a packed house. The Bills announced on Tuesday that the Week 9 date with Andy Reid's crew is officially sold out.

Also announced: the Bills will be wearing their all-white road uniforms that day, and that fans are encouraged to wear white to that game. The first 50,000 fans in the stadium will also be given a white pom-pom for the occasion, which is something that the team has done in years past.

The Bills have now sold out their first five home games of the 2013 season - though it took owner Ralph Wilson purchasing remaining tickets to meet the deadline for Sunday's loss to Cincinnati - and only have two more games to worry about on that front. Tickets still remain for a November 17 rematch with Rex Ryan and the New York Jets, and a Week 16 matchup with the Miami Dolphins on December 22.