Mar 7, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay announces that Peyton Manning (not pictured) will be released from the team during a press conference at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Indianapolis Colts still have 4,500 unsold tickets for playoff game, in danger of blackout

In yet another sign that the Indianapolis Colts are going to be just fine with Andrew Luck at the helm of the franchise, the Indianapolis Colts will play a home playoff game this weekend when they host the 11-5 Kansas City Chiefs. It’s an exciting event for a franchise that had no idea what would happen when Peyton Manning departed.

The only thing is, they might not get to see it.

As we continually see problems with blackouts throughout the league, the Colts have announced that they still have 4,500 unsold tickets for their date with the Chiefs of the AFC West on Saturday. Because of this, the game is now in danger of being blacked out on local television in Indianapolis.

You can add this to the list that already includes the games in Cincinnati and Green Bay that are also in danger of being blacked out. If the tickets aren’t sold by 4:35 PM ET today, then the game will not be seen locally.

This is not a good sign for these teams, neither is it for the NFL. This lack of local support, quite frankly, is astonishing.

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