The Cincinnati Bengals' Sunday game vs. the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants is not a sell out, and thus will be blacked out on local TV.
The Bengals announced Thursday that there were several thousand tickets remaining. This is just the first of five home games in 2012 not to sell out.
You can still purchase tickets for the game by calling 513-621-8383 (also toll free at 1-866-621-8383), or by going online to http://bengals.com .
9 News will have the game covered LIVE on WCPO.com, with live tweets from the 9 Sports team.
This week will mark the second of back-to-back visits by the Manning brothers, as Peyton and the Denver Broncos defeated the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium last Sunday. The Bengals are only the second team in NFL history to host the Manning brothers back-to-back.
In conjunction with Veterans Day commemorations across the nation, the Bengals on Sunday will present a number of “Salute to Service” activities, including crowd participation in a stadium-wide card stunt.
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