TV Map For Bucs-Chargers

December 3rd, 2016

Full broadcast map breakdown

It’s that time of the week to find out if you must get a designated driver tomorrow.

The Bucs travel to the west coast for perhaps one of the last games in the history of the San Diego Chargers, a team rumored to be relocating to their original home in Los Angeles next season.

Also, both national respectability and playoff hopes are on the line for the Bucs.

So where can you find the game on your TV? Joe has answers.

Joe is frankly depressed. More people in Florida will see the game than in California. And if you don’t live in the immediate San Diego area or in the Sunshine State, you will need NFL Sunday Ticket or a friendly local bar.

Virtually nowhere outside of San Diego and Florida will the game be available on a local FOX affiliate on free over-the-air TV.


As always, TV map courtesy of

Green: Tampa Bay @ San Diego.

Red: NY Giants @ Pittsburgh.

Blue: Washington @ Arizona.

Gray: No game.

8 Responses to “TV Map For Bucs-Chargers”

  1. cometowin2 Says:

    I live in Albuquerque. Couldn’t be a true Bucs fan if didn’t have Sunday ticket.

  2. EA Says:

    I see a lot of red, Chargers aren’t getting much love in the home state of California.

  3. R.O. Says:

    Odd they would t show the game up to at least the LA area since they may be moving there next year… the 4:25 kickoff really doesn’t mean anything other than Fox has the Doubleheader this weekend.

  4. unbelievable Says:

    Don’t think I’ve ever seen a coverage map that lopsided for 1 game.

  5. SFLcaptive Says:

    Notice the south Florida shutout of the Bucs game. Typical. I wouldn’t mind it so much if the Dolphins were as routinely blocked from the Tampa area.

  6. Bucthis Says:

    The Raiders own AFC tv in California.

  7. Buccfan37 Says:

    SFLcaptive….. exactly! Then again this is North Miami.

  8. CalBucsFan Says:

    Who’s the idiots that determine what games get broadcasted where? You would think more sections of California’s than the city of San Diego would be interested in the Chargers game.

    And the Chargers are still considering moving to Los Angeles and sharing the new stadium with the Rams? Then the Chargers owner should sue the network for pour market seeding!