December 20th, 2012

In somewhat of a fitting end to a season that has imploded on and off the field the past month, the Bucs’ final home game against the Rams Sunday will be blacked out in the Tampa and Orlando TV markets.

Tickets for the game are still available.

As Bucs fans are probably used to by now, the team needed to sell 85 percent of non-premium seats 72 hours prior to kickoff to have the NFL lift the blackout for the game to be televised locally.

8 Responses to “Blackout!”

  1. Have A Nice Day Says:


  2. lightningbuc Says:

    Mike Florio is reporting that an anonymous Buccaneer front office executive asked “Can we send these fans back to college?”

  3. Dave Says:

    Scorpions Blackout…. what a great album that was… yes, I had it on Vinyl

  4. stevek Says:

    We need to have another active offseason this year.

    If the Glazer/Dom brass decides to NOT spend on free agent talent, then we are doomed; supbar mediocrity here we come!

  5. stevek Says:

    10 years of salary cap neglect can not be fixed in one offseason.

    We need to cut the dead weight, and spend on FA CB’s!

    Cut Eric Wright, he is unreliable and just not that good.

    Go get Sean Smith or Cromartie.

    Trade Freeman for a CB, anything!

  6. fridgebob Says:


    Freeman isn’t going anywhere.

  7. Tye Says:

    Guy #1 to his friend: “I just scored cheap tickets to the next Bucs game!”
    Guy #2: “WOW man, that’s awesome.”
    #1: “Hey, your a long time fan too, do you want to go with me?”
    #2: “Is Freeman starting this week?
    #1: “Yes, unfortunately.”
    #2: “No thanks, I’d rather be covered in honey and shoved into a room filled with angry bees!”

  8. Kevin Says:

    I will be there screaming for the Bucs! Merry Christmas fair weather fans.