The launch has week of Thursday Night Football has caused us to swap watching NFL games for monitoring the possible blackouts of Sunday contests.
And so the blackouts will have to wait until Fridays.
In Miami, there will be no blackout on Sunday for the 106th straight regular-season game because, for the fourth time in five games, the Dolphins and/or a sponsor have purchased the remaining non-premium tickets.
The 2-7 Dolphins host the 5-4 Bills.
The local CBS affiliate, which will televise the game, contributed to the effort. Under little-known league rules, unsold non-premium seats can be purchased by the home team at 34 cents on the dollar.