This Sunday when the Buffalo Bills take the field against the Miami Dolphins, there may be many vacant seats. It has been reported that as many as 16,000 tickets are still available for Sunday's match-up of AFC East rivals.
For the Bills, the playoffs are officially out of the mix and the team is just looking to improve as they continue to grow as a unit.
The Dolphins, however, are in control of their own destiny as a win coupled with losses by Cincinnati and Baltimore would clinch at least a wild card spot for Miami and if the New England Patriots find a way to lose out with Miami winning out, the division crown could fall to Miami.
While there are still plenty of tickets left, the game isn't yet blacked out. The last two times the game appeared to be headed for a black out, owner Ralph Wilson bought the remaining tickets. Last season, local restaurant owner Russell Salvatore bought 10,000 tickets to a game and gave them away near the holidays.
If either situation plays out, the game will be on television, but that remains to be seen.
The Bills kick off against Miami at 1:00 p.m.
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