JACKSONVILLE, Fla. ( TheStreet) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills are playing in two of the NFL's smallest markets, but the comparison ends there for Jags fans who've avoided home game blackouts all season.Bills fans won't be so lucky, as a local-market television blackout of Sunday's home game against the Cleveland Browns -- the third blackout for Bills fans this season -- was assured when the game wasn't sold out 72 hours before kickoff. The Jags hadn't sold out by that time, either, but their 1,700 unsold tickets qualified them for an extension from the league. Earlier today the team announced that Sunday's home game against the Oakland Raiders would be televised on CBS (CBS - Get Report), continuing the Jaguars' blackout-free 2010 season.
Jaguars Avoid NFL Blackout, Bills Face Third
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