Watching a Buffalo Bills home game on a television device with moving pictures has become difficult lately for fans in upstate New York, as the lord’s son couldn’t even save the Bills from a local blackout Saturday.

An average of over 11,000 empty seats at Ralph Wilson Stadium despite the team’s early-season success has led to three blackouts this year, meaning nearly half of Buffalo’s eight home games have been barred from the local TV airwaves.

It gets worse. Bills linebacker Kirk Morrison was about to do an improv show with 12 Angry Mascots when he abruptly discovered that Buffalo blackouts extend to the players’ lives too.