Bengals' Sellout Streak Ends

The Cincinnati Bengals 57-game sellout streak will come to an end this week, Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

"Sales have been slow this week and not a lot of progress has been made. The pace has slowed considerably," Bengals ticket manager Andrew Brown said. "There's not a lot of momentum right now to move tickets in bulk."

Cincinnati's 57-game streak includes regular and post-season games, and began with a 24-19 win over the Kansas City Chiefs on November 16, 2003. With the 2-7 Bengals hosting the 1-8 Buffalo Bills, the lack of ticket sales does not come as a surprise.

Bengals fans inside the 75-mile radius that don't make their way to Paul Brown Stadium can watch the re-broadcast on at midnight, or can travel to a sports bar outside the radius to watch the game.

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