(((CBS TV)))Detroit Lions vs Cleveland Browns Live Stream Watch NFL Week 6 Football

(((CBS TV)))Detroit Lions vs Cleveland Browns Live Stream Watch NFL Week 6 Football Buffalo Bills announced on Friday morning that team owner Ralph Wilson will purchase any remaining tickets for Sunday's home game against the Cincinnati Bengals, guaranteeing a sellout and avoiding the first blackout in the NFL this season

Team president and CEO Russ Brandon told WGR 550 on Wednesday that 7,000 tickets remained for Sunday's game. Yesterday, the Bills requested and were granted a 24-hour extension to avoid a blackout with 5,300 tickets remaining to be sold. Now, regardless of how many tickets are sold by today's 1PM ET deadline, the Bills' Hall of Fame owner will buy out the lot and allow Western New Yorkers to take in the game from home.

Bills' Hall of Fame owner will buy any remaining tickets to Sunday's game against the Bengals by Friday's 1PM deadline to avoid the first in the NFL this season

Unless the Bills can show improvement and provide entertainment value over the next several weeks with Thaddeus Lewis under center, the team may struggle to sell out three remaining home dates: November 3 against the Kansas City Chiefs, November 17 against the New York Jets, and December 22 against the Miami Dolphins.

Momentum can shift in an instant in the NFL. The Buffalo Bills are trying to regain theirs following a knee injury to starting quarterback EJ Manuel, who exited last week's loss in Cleveland with a LCL sprain as his Bills were on the verge of taking a 24-17 lead on the road on Thursday Night Football.