The Bucs schedule for the 2022 season has officially been released. As expected they are heavily featured in some of the league’s most prominent matchups. A first ever NFL game versus the Seahawks in Germany highlights the schedule. As well as marquee matchups against the Saints, Chiefs and Cowboys. They will also play a primetime game on Christmas night when they travel to Arizona for a tilt against the Cardinals.

The Bucs season kicks off on the road in primetime against the Cowboys on Sunday Night Football. The game will be a rematch of last seasons opener, which the Bucs won 31-29. A daunting stretch follows, with a game against the Saints in New Orleans Week 2. Tampa Bay has lost seven straight regular season games against the Saints. The Bucs then make their home debut at Raymond James Stadium to face the Packers in Week 3. Followed by another home game on Sunday Night Football against the Chiefs Week 4.

From there the Bucs will play game another home game against the Falcons Week 5. They’ll travel to Pittsburgh for a match up with the Steelers Week 6. Followed by another road game against the Panthers week 8. The Bucs then play their third primetime game of the season on Thursday Night Football Week 8 at home against the Ravens. A Divisional Round rematch against the Rams follows that in Week 9.

A Trip Overseas

Week 10 brings the aforementioned Germany trip with a game at Munich’s Allianz Arena against the Seahawks. Brady has a chance to become the first quarterback to win in four different countries. While the Bucs were awarded Germany as a marketing territory in December. After a Week 11 bye, the Bucs will have a stretch of games against some good competition.

An away game against the Browns in Week 12, off the heels of their bye week, will be a good test. Then the Saints come to town for a Week 13 Monday Night Football matchup. The Bucs are back on the road Week 14 with a cross country trip to face the 49ers A team that was in the NFC Championship game just last year.

The Super Bowl runner up Bengals then come to town on week 15 for a 4:25 pm start. That’s followed up by a trip to Arizona on Week 16 for a primetime Christmas Day game. The Bucs wrap up the final two games of the season with a home games versus the Panthers and an away game in Week 18 against the Falcons.

Bucs 2022 Schedule

Preseason Day Date Opponent Time Network
Sat. Aug. 13 Miami 7:30 PM WFLA-TV
Week 2 TBD at Tennessee TBD WFLA-TV
Week 3 TBD at Indianapolis TBD WFLA-TV
 
Regular Season Day Date Opponent Time Network
Sun. Sept. 11 at Dallas 8:20 PM NBC
Sun. Sept. 18 at New Orleans 1:00 PM FOX
Sun. Sept. 25 Green Bay 4:25 PM FOX
Sun. Oct. 2 Kansas City 8:20 PM NBC
Sun. Oct. 9 Atlanta 1:00 PM FOX
Sun. Oct. 16 at Pittsburgh 1:00 PM FOX
Sun. Oct. 23 at Carolina 1:00 PM FOX
Thurs. Oct. 27 Baltimore 8:15 PM Prime Video
Sun. Nov. 6 L.A. Rams 4:25 PM CBS
Sun. Nov. 13 vs. Seattle (Munich) 9:30 AM NFLN
BYE
Sun. Nov. 27 at Cleveland 1:00 PM FOX
Mon. Dec. 5 New Orleans 8:15 PM ESPN
Sun. Dec. 11 at San Francisco 4:25 PM FOx
Sun. Dec. 18 Cincinnati 4:25 PM CBS
Sun. Dec. 25 at Arizona 8:20 PM NBC
Sun. Jan. 1 Carolina 1:00 PM Fox
Sat./Sun/ Jan. 7/8 at Atlanta TBD TBD

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J.C. Allen is one of PewterReport.com’s newest beat writers. As a New England transplant, he has closely followed Tom Brady’s entire career and first fell in love with the game during the Patriots 1996 Super Bowl run. J.C. is in his second year covering the team after spending a year with Bucs Report as a writer, producer and show host. Some of his other interests include barbecuing, being outdoors, and spending time with family and friends. His favorite Buccaneer of all time is Simeon Rice and believes he deserves a spot in Canton. Follow J.C. Allen on Twitter @JCAllenNFL.
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Templeton Davis
Templeton Davis
16 days ago

Well at least we got the bye after that dumb game in Germany. So we got that goin’ for us.
Which is nice.

Knightrider79
Knightrider79
16 days ago

Good night this schedule is brutal. Well we will be definitely tested come playoff time

SaskBucs
SaskBucs
16 days ago

I see 12-5 or 11-6 outta this slate. Tough start but Cowboys should be worse this year than last. Later bye is nice. I do not see the Saints having the same success against us this year with their losses. Recouped their losses in the secondary but OL will be worse, coaching should be slightly worse although wouldn’t shock me if Payton came in to help gameplan for the Bucs games. Seems like a move they would pull.

Cantankeris
Cantankeris
16 days ago

Tough sked? Only by last year’s standards. Teams that got worse DAL, NO, GB, KC, ATL, PIT, SEA. Teams that got better BAL can’t help but get better just based on the fact that they can’t possibly be that snake bit twice in a row with injuries, CIN because they are legit dangerous as a young team that just played in the SB with an up and coming QB and improved their sieve of an OL. “Who cares” category: CAR “Who knows” category: CLE, SFO, ARI. The division blows and even if we come up lame in the secondary for… Read more »

scubog
scubog
15 days ago

I always view the schedule through the eyes of Ronde Barber, “It is what it is”. I neither analyze it as hard or easy, since each season and each week are different. There are no “easy” games in the NFL. Most important thing is to win the Division and reach the playoffs as healthy as possible. Been anxiously waiting for the schedule to be released to learn the date of the Bucs-Steelers game. Being originally from the Pittsburgh area and heading up this years high school reunion, I can now plan the reunion on the same weekend as the game.… Read more »