The Kansas City Chiefs will not be shown on television in the Kansas City area for the first time in 19 years.
The Chiefs confirmed today that Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns did not sell enough tickets to satisfy the league's definition of a sellout.
Details on trying to watch the game after the jump.
As you know, this means that the game will not be shown on TV within a 75 mile radius around the city. That radius includes Topeka and St. Joe.
This means everything. NFL Sunday Ticket and DirecTV will NOT air the game within this radius.
Kansas City residents will instead be shown the Miami vs. Tennessee game at noon on CBS.
Am I in the 75 mile radius?
If your zip code is on this list, then it's blacked out for you.
- Missouri Blackout Radius - Zip Code - Alphabetical
- Kansas Blackout Radius - Zip Code - Alphabetical
Where to go to watch the game?
- Wichita, Omaha, Jefferson City-Columbia, Springfield, Pittsburg, Dodge City/Hays, Sioux City, IA.
- You watch the game starting at midnight on NFL.com.
(H/T KCSatchMO getting the news out first)