Oct-13-2009, 05:29 PM #1Status :Rank : LegendJoin Date : Oct 9, 2009Posts : 23,379Threads : 3263Last Online : Nov-30-2015 @ 06:36 PM
After all the hype surrounding the Bengals this week....this would be ironic...
Without "a significant increase" in the pace of ticket sales this week, Sunday's Bengals vs. Houston game at Paul Brown Stadium will not be a sellout, the team's ticket office announced today.
Under NFL policy, if the 1 p.m. Sunday game is not sold out 72 hours before kickoff -- by 1 p.m. this Thursday -- the CBS television broadcast will be blacked out in the Bengals' home market, which includes Cincinnati, Dayton and Lexington, Ky.
The Bengals have sold out their last 46 regular-season and postseason games in time for local television coverage. The last Bengals home game not to sell out was against Houston on Nov. 9, 2003."You only have one life, and you will not get out alive. Make the most of your time and have no regrets." - Me.
Oct-13-2009, 05:37 PM #2Status :Rank : Major LeaguerJoin Date : Oct 11, 2009Location : at the nudie bar.Posts : 1,241Threads : 102Last Online : Jan-31-2015 @ 07:44 AM
Seems that even their own fans realize that the team is overachieving and are just sitting back waiting for the collapse.
Oct-13-2009, 06:04 PM #3
It takes the Stillers to allow them to sellout their own ball park. All apologies to your B, Nky, because I know she is a true fan- but that is pathetic. Not only did the Bungle fan steal Who dey from the Saints "who dat?" but maybe they should steal the paper bags from them as well because that is shameful not to sellout a game especially when your team is for the moment, in first place.
Yeah, they probably don't expect it to last. lol