The Buffalo Bills have four more games to play at Ralph Wilson Stadium this season, and from the way team president Russ Brandon was talking about things in a radio appearance on WGR 550 on Wednesday, Bills fans won't need to worry about having a game blacked out this season.
Russ said theyre in very good shape for the KC game and limited seats for NYJ and Cleveland— Howard WGR (@hsimon62) November 5, 2014
Russ said its looking like a blackout free season for #Bills.— Howard WGR (@hsimon62) November 5, 2014
None of the three games mentioned above - this weekend against the Kansas City Chiefs, November 23 against the New York Jets, and November 30 against the Cleveland Browns - have officially been declared sellouts. But clearly, the team is expecting that - and a December home finale against the Green Bay Packers likely won't have problems selling out, either.
The fact that the Bills are 5-3 and in the hunt for an AFC playoff spot certainly helps on the ticket sales front.