Bucs At Raiders, TV Map

October 24th, 2020

Who broadcasts the Bucs?

Wanna know where you can watch the Bucs-Raiders game tomorrow afternoon free? Joe’s here to help.

(How and where to legally stream the Bucs-Raiders game will be included in Joe’s early Sunday morning “Gameday Tampa Bay” feature which publishes at midnight.)

First, you certainly can have an amazing time at the Big Storm taproom in Clearwater with Ira Kaufman and fired up Bucs fans.

Basically, if you live in the Pacific time zone or in Florida, you will get to see the Bucs at the Raiders, along with a few other scattered areas including New York City, you should be able to watch the game via the free airwaves of your local FOX affiliate.

Of course, a good place to watch the game is with Ira Kaufman at Big Storm Brewery in Clearwater or plan to head out to your local Hooters.

FOX Sports has assigned Adam Amin and Mark Schlereth to call the game. As always, TV coverage maps are courtesy of 506sports.com.

 FOX Late window 4 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time

Green: Tampa Bay @ Las Vegas (LATE)
Dallas @ Washington
Blue: Green Bay @ Houston
Carolina @ New Orleans
Detroit @ Atlanta


17 Responses to “Bucs At Raiders, TV Map”

  1. Dewey Selmon Says:

    Complete horsesheet!!! should of been national and not regional.

  2. Fred mcneil Says:

    If you’ve got spectrum the online guide is probably not going to be updated. It wasn’t updated for the other covid games, but they aired anyway.

  3. JustBucNwin Says:

    The switch screwed the Panhandle Bucs fans!! Ugh

  4. gp Says:

    At least they didn’t screw the fans on the I-4 corridor

  5. Bucszntkt2003 Says:

    Check out ESPN front page! ROJO makes lead article as one of the four scariest RB’s to tackle ! From bust over past two years to national pundits portraying him as one of the NFL best ! LOL

  6. orlbucfan Says:

    Hey Joe, do you have a link to the Bucs Radio Broadcast? I have gone through the entire radio stations listed on the supposed team site. I used to be able to call it up through the team site. Any help/suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks!!

  7. Roster Says:

    CBS has the Doubleheader this week. Which is why this game was moved to 4:05 and can’t be the “National” game @ 4:25. Take some to understand how the NFL and TV contracts work before crying.

  8. Dewey Selmon Says:

    Rooster, we all know that, There are exceptions, this is the year of anything goes. Try and understand that.

  9. adam from ny Says:

    this is the year of the tampa bay buccaneers…

    not the little chuckaneer

  10. Chris l Says:

    Woooo I get the game in nyc! Hate when I’m a couple minutes delayed on Sunday ticket.

  11. Mort Says:

    Great. Dallas v Washington instead of the Bucs and Raiders. F.

  12. Mike C Says:

    In Vegas, had tickets to the game fml

  13. Joe Says:


    SiriusXM owns the streaming rights for radio broadcasts for local NFL teams. Joe has the SiriusXM channel for to enjoy the Bucs broadcasts from in each weekly Gameday post.

    There is also a package you can purchase from NFL.com where you can stream the radio broadcasts if for some reason you want to deny yourself SiriusXM.

  14. Rod Munch Says:

    If I saw the TV lineup correctly on Thursday, the Bucs/Raiders game is the only game on Fox at 4pm. The NFL has been doing a lot of weeks with only two games at 4pm, so that is likely the case here – but it’s not national because this week CBS is getting the national game at 4p I’d guess.

    In any case moving them from Sunday Night was some real b-s. I looked forward to watching everything all day and then kicking back to watch Gruden making stupid faces all night. To rob me of that pleasure – it’s unbelievable.

  15. Doctor Stroud Says:

    And, most of the Raiders o-line is back, too. It’s a Bucs life!

  16. CalBucsFan Says:

    This really sucks, thought I would see 4-straight Bucs games live here in Southern Cal…..for the FIRST TIME EVER!

    Thanks…for nothing NBC!

    Anyway, Go Bucs!

  17. orlbucfan Says:

    Joe: thanks for the info. 🙂