And the road just got a little tougher. At this time last week, the Kansas City Chiefs were approximately 3,500 tickets away from a sellout. The deadline is Thursday at 12:00 PM (CST) and the Chiefs needed a 24-hour extension to get it done.
Today, the Chiefs are 5,500 tickets away from a sellout.
Just like last week, the Chiefs will have until Thursday at noon to sell all the non-premium tickets necessary for the league to call it a sellout.
However, I'm not so sure the Chiefs will get an extension this time. The league generally grants an extension only if selling the game out is likely.
If you can afford it, then help keep the streak alive.
If the Chiefs don't sellout, then the game will not be televised for the first time since December 16th, 1990.