There you have it, the Buffalo Bills will not be the first game to be blacked-out due to lack of a sellout. Bills owner, Ralph Wilson Jr., has stepped in and promised to buy all remaining tickets. After selling out the first three games of the season this week’s home game versus the Bengals was in danger of not selling out. Thankfully, Mr. Wilson has purchased the remaining tickets, which will assure that the game will be televised in Buffalo. Additionally the Bills organization will still be selling those tickets in an effort to support Breast Cancer. This month is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
About Ralph Wilson Jr.:
- He is the oldest owner in the league at 94.
- Inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2009
- Founder and Owner of the Bills, since 1959