TV Map For Bucs-49ers Game

December 10th, 2022

Free football.

America wants Tom Brady so FOX will give Tom Brady to America tomorrow. At least most of America.

There is a very real possibility you can watch the Bucs face the 49ers from the comfort of your living room. Unless you live in the Pacific Northwest or the Carolinas, you will have the opportunity to watch the Bucs-49ers via your local over-the-air FOX affiliate.

And since most of America will get this game, FOX is giving the game its top talent. Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen and Erin Andrews.

Of course, Bucs fans can head to Big Storm Brewery in Clearwater (Ira will be there!), or Big Storm’s  other taprooms in Odessa, Cape Coral and downtown Orlando at the Amway Center. And naturally, visiting your neighborhood Hooters is always a wise move. Bonus: Select Hooters in Florida carry Big Storm beer on tap!

(Streaming information and options will be included in the “Gameday Tampa Bay” post scheduled to publish on this here website at midnight.)

As always, TV coverage maps are courtesy of

FOX Late-Window games
Red: Tampa Bay @ San Francisco
Blue: Carolina @ Seattle

11 Responses to “TV Map For Bucs-49ers Game”

  1. D-Rok Says:

    Rats! I live in NC. Welp, heading down to ole’ water-hole tomorrow or maybe I’ll switch it up and head to Hooters, who knows. AGAIN. LOL.

    GO BUCS!!!

  2. HC Grover Says:

    NFL TV patchwork is a crying shame. All the lame cable channels messed it up.

  3. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Live in NC also….but have Directv Package…..

  4. Beeej Says:

    Whew! I live in VA just above the blue line

  5. Marc Coppola Says:


    Is the NFL finally going to have “a la carte” or even “season pass” streaming available for all states and US territories next season? I seem to remember I heard theat they would have th8s kind of service available in 2023 about a year ago… just can’t remember who/where I heard it from.

  6. Deeez NATZ Says:

    KNOXVILLE WHAAAAAA!It’s ok,we are gonna get smoked anywho

  7. Joe Says:

    Is the NFL finally going to have “a la carte” or even “season pass” streaming available for all states and US territories next season?

    The NFL’s plan is to have some streaming service for NFL Sunday Ticket for the 2023 season. Joe isn’t sure what you mean by “a la carte” but Joe will have NFL Sunday Ticket whoever provides it as Joe has had since the last century. It’s the greatest invention since the remote.

  8. Jmarkbuc Says:


    Ala carte.. as in just picking ( and paying for ) the game(s) you want to watch. Pay as you go vs. buying a whole package.

  9. Ultra ClodHopper Says:

    Hate to give him credit but Greg Olson is fantastic at this. There’s only a couple good color commentators and he’s one of them.

  10. rrsrq Says:

    Yep, NC also, but Max TV says different, you will see the Bucs v. Niners game


    FIRE …FIRE….FIRE …….