TV Map For Bucs-Cardinals Game

October 14th, 2017

Where the Bucs game will be shown on free TV in the United States.

Here is where the Bucs-Cardinals telecast can be found in the continental United States without the need for NFL Sunday Ticket or a bar.

Basically, if you live in Arizona, the greater Atlanta area or most of Florida, you won’t have to run to the local watering hole to watch the game. It will be broadcast on your FOX over-the-air affiliate, called by Kenny Albert and Charles Davis.

As always, this FOX NFL map for Sunday’s games is courtesy of

Red: Green Bay @ Minnesota
Blue: Chicago @ Baltimore
Green: Detroit @ New Orleans
Yellow: San Francisco @ Washington
Brown: Los Angeles Rams @ Jacksonville
Light blue: Tampa Bay @ Arizona

10 Responses to “TV Map For Bucs-Cardinals Game”

  1. R.O. Says:

    You are leaving out the fact CBS has the Doubleheader this week. 4 of the 6 games listed are 1 o’clock games. 4 o’clock games would of course only be regional.

  2. Joe Says:


    Not leaving anything out. The map is the map. Again, the map is courtesy of The areas in the coded zones on Sunday afternoon will be seeing the corresponding games on FOX Joe has listed.

    If you feel the map is incorrect, you should contact FOX. That is where is getting the information from.

  3. Jimmy T Says:

    Even if the Bucs were 4-0 the map for this game would still look the same

  4. Mikadeemas Says:

    If you don’t believe Joe, look at the f’n TV guide! SMMFH!!

  5. Trubucfan22 Says:

    Joe you did leave out the (late) designations for the bucs game and jags game. The top 4 teams are early games. The bottom 2 are late games. It doesn’t effect anything really (Unless you care about those other game times). The map is correct, but the legend that joe has is not quite complete. Having all the information does help a little bit.

  6. Joe Says:

    Joe you did leave out the (late) designations for the bucs game and jags game. The top 4 teams are early games.

    Once again, the areas designated will have the corresponding games broadcast by FOX when those games are played. If this is inaccurate, then FOX is providing bogus information to

  7. Trubucfan22 Says:

    Not calling you out. Just giving more information to those that seek it. I for one was surprised when I looked here for the game map, and saw 6 games for what I thought was the late games (because nothing was indicated here saying otherwise). I then had to follow your link to the 506 sports page to get all of the information I was looking for. Map isn’t wrong, but you could have clarified which games were late or early. A lot easier to update the post indicating the 2 late games, than replying to 2 posters simply asking for the full information. But we can back and forth all night if you want. I’ve got nothing better to do than get under joe’s Ski. 😉

  8. FortMyersDave Says:

    Everyone could just go to see the maps at the 506 website instead of pointing out the obvious. I am guessing that the ATL, Boston, New York, Houston and Miami are going with late games as their home teams are on the other network at 1 PM and in the case of the ATL their fans get a look at the Bucs…
    Anyhow the games on CBS that are their A games are a bit lame: KC/Pitt late and the Bellicheats against the Jets early (except for us fans in FL/GA who get to watch Cutler and his below average crew get blasted by the ATL and those in most of TX and North Ohio who get to watch that Clemson QB put up 35 or 42 on a 2-14 like Brown team………).

    Man I feel for Buc fans in SE FL as the WPB and Miami affiliates never play the Bucs unless they are playing the Fins or are forced to via a national audience. I think the Miami affiliate (both Fox and CBS) would go with a Cleveland/SF game over the Bucs if presented that option. On the plus side North FL affiliates in Panama City, Tallahassee and Gainesville are showing the Bucs over the Jags which indicates that the NFL and/or the local affiliates feel that the Bucs are a bigger ratings draw against Bortles’ boys.

  9. Mikadeemas Says:

    Oh brother! The Jags are in the AFC. The CBS station DOES carry the Jags games in Tallahassee. Fox airs NFC games. I’m guessing you realize the Bucs are in the NFC?!?! Do you need the Joes to come over and turn the tv on for and help you find the channel? GO BUCS!!

  10. TheBucsAnthem Says:


    Joe does this as a courtesy and then someone is trying to call someone out?????

    I swear, you people……why can’t you just be grateful and say “thank you” and then move on.

    Obviously, you all have an internet connection too and can look up data yourself, you don’t need a website like this one to help you out either.