TV Map For Bucs-Texans

September 26th, 2015

tvYou asked for it, you got it. It’s the TV map for tomorrow’s game between the Bucs and the Texans, live from the heart of the Lone Star State in Houston.

Judging by the TV map below, unless you live in the greater Houston area or a good chunk of Florida, Bucs fans will either have to head to their local watering hole or fire up NFL Sunday Ticket, the greatest invention since the remote.

As always, map courtesy of

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16 Responses to “TV Map For Bucs-Texans”

  1. Nole on Sat.-Bucc on Sun. Says:

    This won’t be that big of an issue a year or so from now. Just wait on wait it.

  2. Buc1987 Says:

    “A smile relieves a heart that grieves
    Remember what I said
    I’m not waiting on a lady
    I’m just waiting on a friend
    I’m just waiting on a friend” — The Rolling Stones.

    Wait on it.

  3. The Buc Realist Says:

    Wait on it???? does it have an expiration date??? Will it spoil if left to long in the sun??

    Once again, Lovie was hired here so that the fans would not have to “wait on it”!!! He even said so himself!!!

    Tomorrow will be another marker of what this team really is, either taking small steps with Lovie at glacier speed! or just another bad team that can be competitive with other very bad teams ( tier 4 ) !!!!!

  4. Buc1987 Says:

    I’ve been thinking about this for awhile now and I think, Realist just needs to wait on it.

  5. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    We have a key injury on each line. That will effect the game immensely unless the backups are better than we think.

    @The Buc Racist
    Lovie said that when they had gone out and spent a fortune on FAs. It didn’t work out. Now they are doing it the right way.

    There are no quick fixes when a team has been losing for over 10 years. You build through the draft. They came in hoping for otherwise, but things were worse than they thought.

    They’ve addressed most of the offense. Next draft, they’ll start topping off the defense. I don’t expect a hater like you to acknowledge the well built offense just needs time to develop, but then, you are kind of a moron.

    Patience. An alien concept to you.

  6. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    I agree with Nole, 1987 and St Pete..and company.

    Wait on it.

    Hard to do after the past ten years, but we ARE moving in the right direction at last.

  7. Buc1987 Says:

    ” but then, you are kind of a moron.”

    Dems fightin’ words….


  8. The Buc Realist Says:


    I thought that we have been, Since 2009 when Rah was interviewed by the Broncos for a head coaching position and the Glazers panicked and fired Gruden and Hired Rah!!!

    It will be interesting to see what the map will look like on Nov 15 when the Bucs play the Cowboys!!!

    If that was a war map we are losing, we have maybe 3 seaports and swamp!!!

  9. Buc1987 Says:

    LOL true Bonzai…..nothing but fights ever since.

  10. Love and Warrick Dunn Says:


    I have posed this to you before to no avail. Who did you want hired instead of Lovie? I’m not calling you out. I;m really curious. I was hoping for an offensive coach. Possibly the Seattle OC. The guy behind the worst playcall in Super Bowl history. So, I have that going for me.

  11. Buccfan37 Says:

    To much red on that map, you would think that Dallas is America’s team. The red matches the cowboys and hillbillies that vote GOP against their own best interests. In other words the yahoos.

  12. Clodhopper Says:

    Since we’re on the subject of Lovie and his incompotince, let us not forget how when Lovie goes against an inexperienced qb, he turns into the worst coach in the history of mankind! Jamies and Koetter will have to keep up

  13. Harry Says:

    People only want to point out what they think is wrong, they don’t feel they need to offer a solution. It’s the way the live their lives – glass half empty…

    Like you, I also wanted an offensive minded coach when Lovie was hired, but there didn’t seem to be an abundance of them at the time. At the time Lovie was hired, MN hired Zimmer with Norv as OC. I loved that. Norv is a great OC, but not so much of a HC. I thought that was Lovie’s plan with Tedford, lol. But I also thought the Arroyyo hire was dumb from day one and said so. Maybe Lovie lucked out with Mr Koetter. I liked the hire and what I saw in the Saints game. The Houston game will be telling

  14. Nole on Sat.-Bucc on Sun. Says:

    And again realist!!! Just wait on it.

  15. University of Seffner Says:

    If the Bucs win tomorrow, then Raymond James Stadium will most likely be packed like the way it was at the start of the Kickoff of the Titans game when we play Carolina in week 4. The Seffner Campus can almost guarantee that. Go Bucs!

  16. Dave Says:

    Stop asking the realist questions. He is just pessimistic and negative. It is obvious his whole life is lived like that.
    He doesn’t have an answer who should be hired. Lovie is an extremely successful coach who’s been to the Super Bowl with a team that should never have gone to the Super Bowl.
    The Man knows defense and has been successful for over a decade with top defenses.
    In just over a year they have built an awesome foundation for the Buccaneers.
    But all that is lost on people like the realist. They just want to spout off BS like they could do a better job or like they know what is best.
    It’s a joke.

    This team is on the verge of becoming a perennial playoff team.
    A couple pieces on D and O line and another weapon in the next draft and they are going to be damn dangerous.