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Buffalo Bills granted 24-hour ticket extension for Week 11 Jets tilt

A reported 3,500 tickets remain for Sunday's Bills versus Jets game, and Buffalo has another 24 hours to try to sell them to avoid a local TV blackout.

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The Buffalo Bills have been granted a 24-hour extension by the NFL to try to sell remaining unsold tickets for Sunday's home game against the New York Jets.

John Kucko reports that roughly 3,500 tickets remain for the contest, and they'll need to be sold by 1PM ET on Friday to avoid the NFL's first blackout of the 2013 season. The Bills narrowly avoided a blackout in similar fashion for their Week 6 home date with the Cincinnati Bengals, but were sold out well in advance for their game against the Kansas City Chiefs two weeks ago.

If Buffalo can manage to sneak in the required ticket sales to keep their sellout streak alive, they'll only have one more game at Ralph Wilson Stadium to take care of in that department this season: a December 22 date with the Miami Dolphins.

We'll know this time tomorrow whether or not the Bills will keep their sellout streak alive - and the league's, as well.