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Blackout fever in Detroit

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The Detroit Lions have gotten a 24-hour extension from the NFL to get a sellout and lift the blackout for local television for Sunday's home opener against the Minnesota Vikings.

About 2,000 tickets were left Thursday afternoon -- at the original 72-hour deadline under NFL blackout rules.

There must be a sellout by 4:05 p.m. Friday. The Lions have never had a television blackout for a regular-season home game since they moved to Ford Field in 2002.

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Well lets just hope we dont have anymore blackouts here in MN. I am doing my part by going to a couple games this year. And I am sure after the Vikes go 4-0 they will sell the rest of their tix quick grin.gifgrin.gif

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