Bucs-Bears Game Will Kick Off As Planned

September 12th, 2017

Here’s an update that’s not really an update.

There will be no hurricane-related delay to Sunday’s Bucs-Bears game at 1 p.m. in Tampa, the Buccaneers announced this morning.

The game is not sold out, but available tickets are limited. Try FanRetreat.com on the secondary market. Discount code “JoeBucsFan.”

7 Responses to “Bucs-Bears Game Will Kick Off As Planned”

  1. DallasBuc Says:

    It would be a really good time to have a winning football team in this community. We could sure use it.

  2. BuccaneEric75 Says:

    Awesome! I was worried about playing in Chicago this week. Let’s get this started by destroying Glennon. I wish him well, just not this week.

  3. stpetebucsfan Says:

    Agree Dallas this community can use some entertainment after a week of stress and now dealing with the power outages.

    When I saw JJWatt lead Houston onto the field I really thought they would be tough to beat in their house after Harvey. Boy was I wrong! I hope we do not come out that flat!!! Jax made that look too easy…not sure the players for Houston had their heads completely in the game.

  4. shouldhavedraftedeifert Says:

    drove by the stadium, wing house roof partially collapsed, dayum…

    That Bears team and those running backs will be a handful, if they can’t stop them we’re toast. I think bucs can eek it out, but it won’t be as easy as we hope.

    That wiff on Dalvin Cook looks awful right now. Notice all the teams that could run, won last week.

  5. mark2001 Says:

    Hope so…but then I also hope most of the millions of people in Florida have a working TV and power to watch the game, if they can’t get to Tampa for the game.

  6. Mike Johnson Says:

    Gotcha Mark2001, I’m a Tampa Native who now lives out west and will see the Bucs regardless. I just hope those there are able to..hook up some rabbit ears and see the game locally. I got this feeling..Our Bucs are gonna play..real well.

  7. Stud Says:

    Did anyone expect this to be delayed or moved?