Joe Mixon is not happy with the National Football League selling tickets for a game that’s not even confirmed to be happening as of yet.
The Cincinnati Bengals star took major exception to the league selling tickets for a possible Bills-Chiefs neutral site game, despite both teams still having to advance for that to happen.
Tickets for a potential neutral-site AFC Championship Game between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs have gone on sale.
“To be honest, it’s disrespectful,” Mixon told reporters Wednesday. “But, we’re not worried about that s–t. Like I said, we got a game to play Sunday, right? So, you can’t count us out.”
The Bengals have a lot of reasons to be upset this postseason, but this probably shouldn’t be one of them.
To be fair, ticket pre-sales for playoff games are common practice because it allows fans to prepare well in advance for the event. As of right now, you can purchase tickets for a possible AFC title game matchup between the Bengals and Jacksonville Jaguars in Cincinnati.
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