Bucs TV Coverage

September 6th, 2013

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Seen here is the TV coverage map for the FOX early games (1 p.m. Eastern window), in which the Bucs play Sunday.

Green areas will see the Bucs-Jets game from their over-the-air FOX affiliate. Red zones will get the Dixie Chicks and the Saints. Blue can watch Minnesota and Detroit, and yellow areas will be polluted by the Seattle-Carolina match. Map courtesy of the506.com.

7 Responses to “Bucs TV Coverage”

  1. Chef Paul Says:

    Thank god for NFL Sunday Ticket. Last thing I want to see is another got dang Vi-queens game

  2. milos81 Says:

    Just throwing this out there, and I don’t know if it’s kosher to be doing this yet, joe – if not, apologies. Sob story: I can’t afford the directv online only sunday ticket this year (they jacked it up to 300$), so I’m going to have to link it, poor man’s style. (my apartment can’t get directv).

    Someone on here gave me three or four amazing links last year, which came in handy when the sunday ticket online was flaking out (as it frequently was).

    Anyone care to throw me a bone (or four)?


    (yes, aol accounts still exist)

  3. WestCoastBucsFan Says:

    Not sure if it is still available but if you buy the Anniversary Edition of Madden 25 on Amazon it comes with a 17 week “trial” of NFL Sunday Ticket. If you don’t care for the game then sell it. Sunday ticket will end up costing about $40 after you sell the game.

  4. WestCoastBucsFan Says:

    It’s $100 for the game + NFL Sunday Ticket “trial”.

  5. Sam Says:

    Joe….dude…..did you take that picture with your smartphone?
    Print-Screen man!

  6. Jeff Says:

    Joe, not sure why you deleted the last post when I was trying to help another Buc family member out. Trust me it sucks when you cant see the team you love growing up anymore because of blackout reasons or in his case because he cannot have the NFL package. I don’t know maybe its a compliance thing you have to abide by but I hope you forward the posting to his email. 😉 I’m just glad I can finally afford to be a season ticket holder and drive all the way every Sunday from afar. Growing up I was always in the Bucs network, so I got to see the games even though my family could only get a few channels. Blackout days never happened then. Watching those games made me who I am today. For it made me want to be a football player in which I was for multiple years. I was also a captain. Today I’m an engineer. I just sympathize for those who cant watch the best team in the world. Big reason why im paying so much to go to every game so that maybe one day those blackouts are a thing of the past, and the next little one is inspired by the Bucs just as I was. Its a Bucs Life!

  7. Joe Says:

    Joe….dude…..did you take that picture with your smartphone?
    Print-Screen man!

    Wouldn’t work.