TV Map For Lions-Bucs

December 9th, 2017

Where the Bucs game will be shown on free TV.

Limited viewership this Sunday.
Find out below where the Lions-Bucs telecast can be found in the continental United States without the need for NFL Sunday Ticket or a bar. It’s basically limited to two states.

Unless Bucs fans staying home either live in the Sunshine State or up in Michigan, they will need to bolt to their local watering hole or have NFL Sunday Ticket.

Kenny Albert and former Bucs great Ronde Barber will call the game for FOX.

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

Orange: Detroit @ Tampa Bay
Blue: Chicago @ Cincinnati
Red: Dallas @ NY Giants
Yellow: San Francisco @ Houston
Green: Green Bay @ Cleveland
Gray: NO GAME due to local team at home on CBS.

5 Responses to “TV Map For Lions-Bucs”

  1. Season Is Over Says:

    This is every Sunday. That is what makes the America’s Quarterback moniker so hilarious.

  2. BoJim Says:

    Guess I’m going to a bar. For sure ain’t watching Dallas and NY. puke

  3. BuccLuck Says:

    With Dallas and NY playing it doesn’t matter who a small market team’s QB is the map is going to look like this.

  4. DBS Says:

    Bucs are so sorry even the Miami area won’t watch.

  5. FortMyersDave Says:

    I just looked at all the maps. Fox has Jags/Seattle and Philly/Rams at 4. Jags game only shown in Oregon, Alaska, Washington, Boise and Orlando/Gainesville/Jacksonville/Savannah. If Fox was really committed to putting up the best games for a national audience they would have moved the Jag game to 1 and pushed the Dallas game to 4 for Texas and NY/NJ.

    DBS: Bucs never get shown by either CBS or Fox in Palm Beach or Miami unless they are playing an AFC East opponent and the Fins are not on at the same time, has nothing to do with the Bucs record, they’ve been doing since Fox started carrying the NFL. Fox in Miami would rather show Cleveland against Arizona than any Buc game. They are kind of funny about college football too; back when ABC had regional games they would opt for the Ohio State/Syracuse or Michigan/Purdue type of match over something like #2 Oklahoma vs #4 Texas or Bama vs. UCLA…. A media guy in Fort Myers, dave Moulton claims it wa for 2 reasons: 1. make people purchase the game if they did not want to head to a watering hole to catch it and 2. simply a lot of people from the NE and Midwest in south Florida and the national network recognizes this and gives them a healthy dose of Notre dame/Ohio State/ Big Blue instead of the marquee game 75% of the nation watches…. Local stations have no say in the assignments per Dave Moulton…