TV Map For Bucs-Lions

December 14th, 2019

Where the Bucs game will be shown on free TV

Unless your local FOX affiliate broadcast signal originates out of one of two states, you may be out of luck Sunday.

Essentially, only FOX affiliates in Florida and Michigan will be broadcasting the Bucs-Lions game to be enjoyed free in the luxury of your home.

Everyone else, it’s either NFL Sunday Ticket or off to your favorite watering hole.

Additionally, if you live in southern Georgia or northern Ohio, you are in luck as the signal bleeds over state lines.

Of course, Joe always recommends local fans take in the Bucs and the full slate of NFL action at Abe’s Place in Clearwater. The menu rocks.

Fossil Dick Stockton will call the game. Mark Schlereth will offer color.

As always, the map is courtesy of

FOX early broadcasts:


Yellow: Tampa Bay @ Detroit.
Red: Chicago @ Green Bay.
Blue: Philadelphia @ Washington.
Green: Seattle @ Carolina.
Silver: No game.

8 Responses to “TV Map For Bucs-Lions”

  1. Rayjay1122 Says:

    I wonder why some places get No games at all?

  2. Mort Says:

    Fox needs to get rid of dick Stockton. He is AWFUL.

    Also, philly and Washington? I’d rather watch paint dry. Thank goodness for The Internet!

  3. JGhoti86 Says:


    I actually really dug the commentators and their commentary this past game vs. the Colts. It was a pleasant surprise.

    I think it was Matt Taylor and Jim Sorgi, but don’t quote me on that. I did like it though.

  4. johnny Says:

    i like Schlereth! we been winning since he’s been doing our games.

  5. Says:

    I will listen to Deckerhoff and watch with the TV muted… Dave Moore whispers the player’s names under his breath so Gene will remember them.

  6. BucfaninMi Says:

    I like Schlereth too.

  7. TampaTown Says:

    I like him too! Plus he named Vita Vea King Fu Panda

  8. Slugglife Says:

    Stockton gets awful excited whenever the Bucs opponent scores. He get really down when the Bucs score.

    It takes about two possessions to figure out who the announcers laid money on.