CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati Bengals announced Wednesday that they have sold out their home opener against their in-state rival, the Cleveland Browns.
After a 2011 season plagued by poor attendance and six blackouts, for at least one week, the Bengals will be seen on local television beginning at 1 p.m. Sunday.
Cincinnati is looking to bounce back from a tough loss on Monday night to the Baltimore Ravens, when they were beat up 44-13.
And the Browns will also be trying to pick themselves up from an 0-1 start, as they fell to Philadelphia in the closing minutes in Week 1, 17-16.
For ticket information on future Bengals games, go to http://www.bengals.com/tickets/index.html .
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