TV Map For Lions-Bucs

October 14th, 2023

Free football.

Tomorrow is Creamsicle Day. Some Bucs fans have been waiting for this day forever, it seems. And a fair chunk of the nation can enjoy the creamsicles along with them.

The game was pushed to the convenient time of 4:25 p.m. Plenty of time to sleep in, head to your tailgate and get well-lubricated for kickoff, and still get home with plenty of time to sleep off the aftereffects.

The game will be aired on your local FOX affiliate — provided you live in the blue-shaded areas of the map below.

Locally, the game will be on WTVT-TV Channel 13. Adam Amin, Daryl Johnston and Pam Oliver will be on the call. For those outside the Tampa Bay market, your best shot at watching the Bucs free is if you live in the SEC footprint or you are in the upper Midwest.

For those who cannot get the game on their local FOX affiliates, it’s off to YouTubeTV.

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


FOX 4 p.m. Broadcast Map

Blue: Detroit @ Tampa Bay
Red: Philadelphia @ NY Jets
Green: Arizona @ LA Rams

As always the TV map is courtesy of

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12 Responses to “TV Map For Lions-Bucs”

  1. orlbucfan Says:

    Also, Bucs fans can get Bucs Radio via the Buccaneers home site. In fact, all the NFL teams have this media source. I prefer it cos the announcers are fellow fans and competent sports announcers. 🙂

  2. stpetebucfan Says:

    I would like to watch the Lightning this year. I’m not going to fork over even more $$$ just to do it.

    Anybody here utilizing VPN’s? I guess the way they work is your IP? looks like it’s from a different time zone?

    Anybody using one and how hard to set up?

  3. Buc1987 Says:

    StPete….I used to use one to DL years ago.

    Not too hard to set up.

  4. Show Me the TDs Says:

    @stpete. Yes, used a VPN the last 2 years. Worked like a charm. Express VPN has a pull down where you select your location. Very easy. Alas, we moved and joined Verizon Fios. Free Sunday ticket for this season, which doesn’t suck.

  5. Mike Johnson Says:

    Eagles and Jets playing in Dade County? Come on Man!

  6. PSL Bob Says:

    Yeah, and you see what SE Florida gets to watch? Eagles-Jets. WTF? I was so looking forward to this game. I’ll either have to sequester myself into some noisy sports bar or listen to Gene Deckerhoff. Neither option is very appealing.

  7. R.O. Says:

    I listen to the Bucs game on Iheart radio app and synch to Youtube Sunday Ticket. But i have to say Gene Deckerhoff is horrible. Constantly has to be corrected by Dave Moore. GD is losing it…

  8. Mort Says:

    The bake show is on in Tulsa. LFG!

  9. rrsrq Says:

    Are you freaking kidding me, no Bucs v Lions in NC, but I got “waze”

  10. Wit Says:

    Eagles Jets in West Palm area because the snow birds are down for the year!

  11. PbnJ Says:

    Proton VPN Free version for the win. Only 3 nations (USA, Norway & Japan) but multiple locations within each nation.

  12. PSLBucfan Says:

    Too many NYer’s here in SE Florida. They should be airing the home team Bucs in Port Saint Lucie.