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Kansas City Chiefs Tickets Going Quickly For Jacksonville Jaguars Game

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The Kansas City Chiefs are in first place in the AFC West and sitting at 3-1 so it seems reasonable that more people are going to want to see the team when they return to Kansas City on Oct. 24 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Chiefs issued a release that there are standing room only tickets remaining for the Jaguars game.

We haven't heard much on the blackout front from the Chiefs this year.

The Chiefs before the season can determine what number of sold tickets will constitute a blackout. Once they reach that number in sold tickets, the game is considered a blackout by the league's standards. The catch is that they can't sell any tickets above that numbers.

The two home games this year have seen crowds of 71,000 and 68,000.

The Chiefs say go to to get tickets.

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