The San Diego Chargers announced on Tuesday that they have thousands upon thousands of tickets available for this weekend's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
It's a story that we can't get away from in Cincinnati, especially notable since 2011 when a postseason-bound Bengals squad struggled selling out their home games; a team that's gone 15-13 since opening weekend last year. Cincinnati has already failed to sellout twice this year; one against the reigning Super Bowl Champion New York Giants and the other during Carson Palmer's return to Cincinnati since demanding (and being granted) a trade.
Well Cincinnati isn't the only one.
The San Diego Chargers announced on Tuesday that over 12,000 tickets remain for their home game against the Cincinnati Bengals. If the Chargers are unable to sell the game out, it will be the third time San Diego will experience a black out this year, starting with Atlanta's 27-3 win earlier this year and last week's 16-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens last week.