On Tuesday, the Cincinnati Bengals publicly declared the December 9th game against the Dallas Cowboys a sellout. The two games sandwiching the matchup against Cowboys still have available tickets.
On Tuesday, the Cincinnati Bengals announced that the December 9th home game at Paul Brown Stadium versus the Dallas Cowboys is a sellout. This shouldn't come as much of a surprise given that the Cowboys carry the moniker of "America's Team" and have a huge following. The two teams carry the same record at 4-5 right now.
The two home games before and after the December 9th matchup are not sellouts and have available tickets. Carson Palmer makes his first return to Cincinnati on November 25th after being traded to the Oakland Raiders in the middle of last season. One would think that this game would become a sellout based on the sheer emotion attached to it, but it's also likely that fans are waiting to see what happens this week against the Kansas City Chiefs before splurging for tickets.
The regular season finale at Paul Brown Stadium is against the Baltimore Ravens and the Bengals are looking to avenge three straight losses to their division foes. If the Bengals rattle off a few wins in a row, this game could have huge playoff implications. This game is on "Christmas Eve Eve", AKA December 23rd. You can visit the Bengals website at www.bengals.com to purchase tickets.