It’s Time To Buy Vipers Tickets

February 3rd, 2020

Joe is so fired up to watch the Tampa Bay Vipers end the incessant losing at Raymond James Stadium. The Buccaneers’ last winning season shouldn’t be a difficult trivia question.

Bring on the XFL to Tampa!

Vipers football kicks off Sunday, a 2 p.m. broadcast on FOX, and the first home game is Saturday, Feb. 22. Get your tickets now!

Click on through and buy tickets. Great value. Great fun!

10 Responses to “It’s Time To Buy Vipers Tickets”

  1. Ghost of Darrell Henderson Says:

    Very excited for the Vipers to start.

    Are they playing at Tampa Stadium, CITS, Raymond James?

    How many games in the schedule?

    How about radio?

  2. tmaxcon Says:

    tampa is the only xfl market where the xfl team instantly has more credibility than the local nfl team.


    So are we going to get

  4. Pryda...Sec147 Says:

    Bull spit max! Bucs have won a Championship.

  5. tmaxcon Says:

    Pryda…Sec147 Says:
    February 3rd, 2020 at 12:20 pm

    Bull spit max! Bucs have won a Championship.

    nearly two decades ago… another low standard bucfan hanging on to the past…. let it go that fluke championship expired week 1 03 season…. championships are not a lifetime free pass to fail.

  6. Mister Negative Nancy Says:

    The XFL should have started their season during the off week before the Super Bowl, and then played games early afternoon of Super Bowl day. Both are terribly boring times in the NFL schedule.

  7. Barack's Crack Pipe Says:

    I have no idea who is even on our Vipers team. Does anyone here know where the best XFL coverage is?

  8. Rod Munch Says:

    Quinton Flowers is on the Vipers – that’s really all you need to know.

    If they had anyone smart running the team they’d have made him the starting QB and put him everywhere – but they’re not smart – and it’s why they named the team after a Dodge car.

  9. Rod Munch Says:

    Mister Negative Nancy – I think they should have started around the time of the draft. No one is missing the football badly one week after a great SB, and seeing a bunch of jobbers who were working at Home Depot last week isn’t really going to pack people in.

    Meanwhile, around the time of the draft, people are dying for football – literally dying for football. They get 100,000 people to watch a draft, that’s how much people are dying for football. If the XFL started just before that I think they’d have had a chance.

  10. Mr. Reality Says:

    The losers on this site that both love and gripe about the Bucs but don’t buy tickets will do even less for our new XFL team. If you got no skin in the game, why register an opinion? It’s like an illegal voting in an election. You are worthless.