• Bengals get extension to try to sell out Sunday’s game

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Oct 3, 2012
    : The Bengals, who are tied with the Ravens atop the AFC North, have three days to sell out Sunday's game against the Dolphins. Since the Bengals opted not to take advantage of the new NFL rule enabling teams to lower their blackout threshold up to 15 percent this season, they have to sell all of them for the game to get on television. The Bengals had six of their eight home games blacked out last season. We’ve had strong interest all offseason, into the preseason, and now the winning streak has really picked things up the last week or two, so we’re hoping for a packed stadium,” Bengals ticket sales manager Andrew Brown said. There will be a Reds road playoff game at some point on Sunday, something that could limit the pool of ticket buyers, but, as Brown points out, you only have so many chances to see Dalton and Tannehill tangle on a nice fall day.
    • Wake-up: Bengals trying to avoid blackout

      I wanted to pass along that I'll be covering the Eagles-Steelers game on Sunday. I thought if Troy Polamalu and James Harrison are going to play, I might as well show up, too. Let's not get too far ahead of ourselves. It's Wednesday, which means the wee…
      Source: ESPN.com

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