TV Map For Slimy Saints-Bucs

December 30th, 2023

Free football.

The Bucs return to FOX tomorrow and yes, Orlando, there is a Santa Claus!

Maybe because the Bucs are in a potential division-clinching game, the FOX folks have deemed Bucs fans in Central Florida worthy of watching a game from on their local FOX affiliate.

The broadcast is also available free throughout the SEC footprint and in weird patches like Nebraska (Jason Licht?) and the greater Cincinnati region.

How important is this game? FOX is pulling out the big guns, the No. 1 NFL broadcast crew of Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, homegirl Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi. Locally, the game will be broadcast on WTVT-TV Channel 13.

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!

Enjoy! Go Bucs and pound those slimy Saints!

FOX Sunday Broadcast Map

Burnt Orange: New Orleans @ Tampa Bay
Dark blue: Arizona @ Philadelphia
Green: LA Rams @ NY Giants
Yellow: San Francisco @ Washington
Light blue: Tennessee @ Houston
Red: Pittsburgh @ Seattle (LATE)

As always the TV map is courtesy of

27 Responses to “TV Map For Slimy Saints-Bucs”

  1. Buc4evr Says:

    Good to know that the Bucs made prime time in North Dakota and Nebraska. lol.

  2. PanhandleBuc Says:

    Why the whole state of Florida doesn’t have it locally, is a big head scratcher! Nice to finally get one up here in the Panhandle! Let’s make another statement and send those slimy Saints home with an elimination!!!

  3. orlbucfan Says:

    I’ll be set in O-ville. I’ll have 2 media sources going: Bucs Radio for the audio, and POX 35 for the visuals (sound off). Yeah, it’ll be time delay yet again, but I don’t care. Go Tampa Bay!!!

  4. Glass Half Full Guy Says:

    Hey at least a little respect since this game has actual playoff consequences. We get the Fox “A Team” of Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen. Kind of surprising since it’s not a “game of the week” or a wide audience.

    I’ll take a close win but a thrashing will be oh so sweet when they put on the t-shirts and pop the champagne!

    Go Bucs!

  5. PSL Bob Says:

    So, why is it that SE Florida doesn’t get the 1:00 Bucs-Saints game but instead get the 4:00 PM Steelers-Seahawks game. This really pisses me off. Bad enough I have to give up the Bucs games whenever the Dolphins are playing in the same time slot, but this is just ridiculous.

  6. Hanger Says:

    Any idea how to watch it in central Oklahoma? Fox apparently thinks most Okies would rather watch the putrid Cardinals play the Eagles, for some reason, even though neither of those teams is anywhere near Oklahoma. I guess it could be because both of those teams are quarterbacked by former Sooners, but then again, so is Tampa Bay.

  7. Bosch Says:

    Birmingham burned me again!

  8. Joe Says:

    Any idea how to watch it in central Oklahoma?

    NFL Sunday Ticket/YouTubeTV

  9. Buckeyebuckchuck Says:

    Hallelujah! Im orange. Best New Years Eve present ever. LFG!

  10. Goodbuc'nlife Says:

    Who in the state of Florida cares a lick about Pittsburg vs Seattle. How do they come up with NFL game coverage? I’m in Orlando (native of St. Pete) and missed two games because of this crap. Forced me to pay 100 dollars for NFL tickets two weeks ago just because I feared not having the game locally again. The whole state should see us. It’s crazy.

  11. FirstTimePoster Says:

    And in N. ‘Bama we’re stuck with the Titans. Again. There are, however, alternatives.

  12. Joe Says:

    Who in the state of Florida cares a lick about Pittsburg vs Seattle.

    Florida is loaded with Pittsburgh transplants.

    You live in Orlando and are from St. Pete and you don’t know this?

  13. orlbucfan Says:

    I’ve written this a billion times, but I’ll say it again: Bucs Radio. They are terrific, and much better announcers than the boob tube Boyz. All the teams have stations that follow them. All you have to do is call up the team’s home page, and the radio stations will be listed. Only reason I’m putting up with the tech headaches of time delay is cos I want to watch my Bucs handily whip NOLA’s azz.

  14. Boss Says:

    Not on here again. The Bucs win when they dont Show them in my area lol.

  15. Proudbucsfan Says:

    PanhandleBuc I’m also up here in Holt 45 min west of Pensacola. I finally get to watch a game. I have NFL+ and most of the time I have to wait until the game is over to watch a replay. In years past I was a sucker and paid over $300 for Sunday ticket to watch my Bucs, but never again, thank god for NFL+ $15 a month is definitely worth it. Just have to wait 10min after the game to watch and most of the time there’s no commercials. Also I have access to the all 22 so I can study there film.

  16. Boss Says:

    I hate that nfl plus bs. They have seventeen options and apps…..can never figure it out even after I paid for it. Too many options and apps. I think they do it on purpose.

  17. Caleb M Says:

    I never renewed Sunday Ticket this year. I just use NFL+ w/replays. Full game replay iterally available right after game. It’s like $15/m but has full replay available instead of only condensed film afterwards like Sm Ticket had. (Also still available including All-22 film)

    Not a salesman, just throwing out another option.
    I like that it doesn’t show scores on the app before watching too.

  18. Mike C Says:

    Why is Miami never forced to watch the Bucs but Tampa always has the stinking fish on TV smh

  19. PanhandleBuc Says:


    I live in Navarre and go to Stripes periodically for that bar/multi tv atmosphere! I’m getting Sunday Ticket next year…long overdue!

  20. BucsBeBack (Artist formally known as: BringBucsBack) Says:

    OrlBuc, I guess Deckerhoff (sp) is a Bucs broadcasting legend because he has been calling games for so long but sorry, he is dreadful to listen to. He doesn’t process most plays quickly enough to do more than grunt until the conclusion of the play that he can barely even summarize quickly enough. He is incapable of pronouncing the word “yard”, properly. I think D. Moore gets frustrated at this, sometimes. I’d rather hear no commentary than the Deck.

  21. An Erection for Sacks Says:

    orlbucfan Says:
    December 30th, 2023 at 12:36 pm
    “I’ve written this a billion times, but I’ll say it again: Bucs Radio. They are terrific, and much better announcers than the boob tube Boyz.”

    Um, no. Gene Deckerhoff is terrible. He must be the worst in the league. I’ll continue to refuse to listen to the Bucs on the radio until he’s retires.

  22. Ultra ClodHopper Says:

    That’s gotta be the most diverse map yet. It looks like a hobo’s patched up jeans. lol

  23. DBS Says:

    Finally in Tallahassee. Only other luck I have is sometimes I am far enough west I can catch it If Panama City broadcast it on CBS. But not very often.

  24. T. McGee Says:

    Dolphins vs Ravens is blacked out in Tampa Bay. Get rid of the stupid blackout rules. People own multiple TVs now!

  25. Joe Says:

    Dolphins vs Ravens is blacked out in Tampa Bay. Get rid of the stupid blackout rules.

    All NFL games are available to those with internet access via YouTubeTV and NFL Sunday Ticket.

  26. Elite Vita Says:

    Thank you Fox for allowing the many Bucs fans in north central Florida to see their beloved team. For the sake of all things human, CBS please air more Bucs games in this area next season. Or Fox please schedule more Bucs games like you’ve had in previous years.

  27. PSLBucfan Says:

    PSLBob, next year poney up for YouTube TV Sunday ticket. It beats watching the radio.