Orchard Park, NY (WGR 550) -- Unless you have tickets to the remaining three games at Ralph Wilson Stadium, odds are you won't be seeing a Buffalo Bills home game for the rest of 2012 if you're a western New York resident.
In his weekly appearance on WGR Sports Radio 550, Bills CEO Russ Brandon told The Howard Simon Show that Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars will in fact be blacked out on local television. The Bills-Jaguars showdown still has nearly 15,000 tickets remaining.
Brandon also told WGR that he is not optimistic for the other two remaining games slated to be played in Orchard Park either. The December 9 contest against St. Louis and December 30 versus the New York Jets are both likely to be blacked out from local television.
However, Bills fans in the area will still be able to see two games the rest of the way. Brandon confirmed that the team's game in Toronto against the Seattle Seahawks will not be blacked out to the residents of western New York. That contest is set for December 16, meanwhile the Bills road game against Miami on December 23 will also be televised.
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