TV Map For Titans-Bucs

November 11th, 2023

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Damn right tomorrow is a big game for the Bucs.

A loss tomorrow and next week at San Francisco and it’s time for draft talk and CoachWatch.

But enough about that! The Bucs are only 1.5 games out of first place and it’s not even Thanksgiving. So plan on where you will watch the Titans-Bucs game.

The game will be broadcast on CBS in most of Florida, all of Tennessee and some of the Tennessee Valley region.

Locally, the game is on WTSP-TV, Channel 10. Andrew Catalon, Tiki Barber, Matt Ryan and AJ Ross will handle the call.

For those who do not live in those areas, 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. Naturally, visiting your neighborhood Hooters is always a wise move. Bonus: Select Hooters in Florida carry Big Storm Brewing beer on tap!


CBS Sunday Broadcast Map

Yellow: Tennessee @ Tampa Bay
Blue: Green Bay @ Pittsburgh
Green: Houston @ Cincinnati
Red: Detroit @ LA Chargers (LATE)
Burnt Orange: Atlanta @ Arizona (LATE)

As always the TV map is courtesy of

9 Responses to “TV Map For Titans-Bucs”

  1. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Just checking in. Is Mayfield Benched yet? Is Bowles fired yet? Sigh…another week of mortgaging the team’s future.

  2. Mike Johnson Says:

    IF Bowles loses against the Titans? He will be fired before he can give a post game press conference. Glazers gotta show us they have a pair.

  3. Joe Says:

    He will be fired before he can give a post game press conference.

    Nope. He won’t be gone (if he is gone) until after the season.

    Expecting the Glazers to remove a coach midseason is like expecting the sun to rise in the west. They just don’t do that.

  4. DFW Buc Says:

    Joe, We can only hope…. Just like the unexpected happened when Brady came to Tampa and helped get us a championship. I hope that ownership does the unexpected. You know like that definition for insanity. Doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.

  5. Glass Half Full Guy Says:

    Unexpected indeed. And Brady never had a losing season until last year under Bowles. Brady never lost to the Cowgirls, except last year in the playoffs under, yep, Bowles again.

    Then again, this is the Bucs and the status quo seems to always win out over logic.

    So let’s run the ball 50 times tomorrow against the Titans and show them who we really are!!! We’re the BUCS dagnabbit! Who needs playoffs when you can end your season early to play golf and host a podcast? Livin’ the Bucs dream!

    On the plus side, looking at the TV coverage map, our weekly embarrassment is contained to mostly Hicksville, USA so there’s some comfort in that.

  6. HC Grover Says:

    Glad I got Amazon…to watch the carnage.

  7. Voice of Truth Says:

    I think the players effort tomorrow will tell us everything we need to know

    They know just like we do Todd’s job is on the line – how do they respond?

    Mistakes, penalties, loafs? Or aggressive, angry and relentless?

    Words mean nothing, behavior means everything

  8. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    Joe is 100% right

  9. Rod Munch Says:

    I’m no fan of Bowles, but he’s not getting fired before the end of the year.

    However, with that said, I’ve said all offseason this team reminds me of the Ray Perkins Bucs teams, the ones that always got off to a hot start then would fall off the face of the earth. Well the team in particular I compared them to was the 1990 team, that got off to a 3-1 start, and finished 6-10, and Ray Perkins was fired with three games left I think. Also, I do believe Culverhouse had never fired a coach in season before that as well. So if it follows that same trend, Bowles will get to spend the holidays at home.