Bills-Jaguars Blacked Out


ORCHARD PARK, NY – The Buffalo Bills today announced that Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at 1 p.m. at Ralph Wilson Stadium has not sold out and will be blacked out on local television. More than 15,000 tickets still remain for the Jacksonville, and New York Jets home games. Over 10,000 seats remain for the St. Louis home game. Purchase Tickets>

Club seats are available for all remaining home games.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Buffalo Bills Ticket Office at Ralph Wilson Stadium, online at and by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS (228-4257). Club seats and other premium seating opportunities are still available for purchase.

The American Red Cross is this week's gameday sponsor. The Jaguars game will include special recognition of the 2012 Buffalo Bills M&T Bank Touchdown for Teachers finalists and grand prize winner.

Fans are encouraged to bring and donate new, unused warm clothing to the Salvation Army children in need prior to the Jaguars game. To celebrate the annual Gift of Warmth Collection sponsored by M&T Bank, Salvation Army bins will be set up at each gate for fans to donate their items before heading in to the stadium.

To help honor the NFL's effort to keep America's youth healthy and active, the Buffalo Bills will also host eighteen students and their teachers on-field prior to kickoff in recognition of their participation in this year's PLAY 60 Challenge.

Fans can listen to the game live across WNY on WGR550 AM, the radio home of the Buffalo Bills and outside WNY on the Buffalo Bills Radio Network.

The Bills will host two more games at Ralph Wilson Stadium this season-Sunday, December 9th vs. the St. Louis Rams and Sunday, December 30th vs. the New York Jets. The Bills will play one regular season game Sunday, December 16th vs. the Seattle Seahawks at Rogers Centre in Toronto.

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