NFL blackouts are rolling in again this season, with both the Chargers and Raiders blacked out in home markets week two.
After 22 blackouts in 2009, rising ticket prices and the lure of staying home to watch the game in High-Definition coupled with dismal performance of several teams again has fans thinking twice about spending money on NFL tickets this year.
It's nothing new for the Raiders, who will have Sunday's game against the Rams blacked out. Dating back to last season, Oakland has now had eight-consecutive home games blacked out in the local market.
Elsewhere, the Chargers home-opener against the Lions won't be televised in the San Diego market.
The Lions called an audible to avoid a blackout, taking advantage of a 24-hour ticket sales extension to sell 2,000 remaining tickets.
Here's a look at 10 NFL teams on the cusp of dealing with blackouts throughout the 2010 season.