Kansas City Chiefs Avoid Blackout, But Will Fans Even Be Watching?

Posted: 12th December 2009 by James Adkins in NFL
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This SundayÆs game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills will be on television in Kansas City. Up against an extended deadline by the NFL to sell their final 3,000 tickets, an as yet undisclosed business stepped up and purchased the tickets, insuring that the Chiefs would be on television locally this Sunday. á Chiefs fans, arenÆt you relieved to hear that? á Probably not, in fact you could probably care less. á The Chiefs, who havenÆt been blacked out on local television since a cold and drizzly 39-degree December 16 in 1990, narrowly avoided their first non-sellout in 19 years. In that game, Houston Oilers quarterback Warren Moon threw for 527 yards in a 27-20 defeat of the Chiefs. It was the second-best passing performance in a single game in NFL history. á Of course ...

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