Bucs DT Gerald McCoy - Photo by: Cliff Welch/PR
The Bucs are prepping for prime time once again.
Following Tampa Bay’s 28-21 win in San Diego, the NFL announced that the Bucs’ Week 15 game at Dallas will be moved to Sunday Night Football. Originally scheduled in that time slot was an AFC North game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals.
News of the scheduling move broke during this week’s Sunday Night Football game between the Carolina Panthers and Seattle Seahawks.
This is the second straight week Tampa Bay had a game moved into a more-favorable time slot. Next week’s home game against the New Orleans Saints was moved from 1 p.m. to 4:25.
Tampa Bay (7-5) extended its winning streak to four games in San Diego and, combined with other losses around the NFC, bumped up to the sixth and final playoff seed. The Cowboys (11-1) won their 11th straight game on Thursday Night Football over the Minnesota Vikings and are the first NFL team to clinch a playoff berth.
People are finally recognizing this team! Go bucs, go family. Love this team
You called it Scott!!!!
Tamps residents show up in droves to watch their beloved Cowboys play then take skyway bridge home where they have lived for past 25 yrs, I would love the Bucs to win so long time fans who have been loyal to the team like Scubog can watch them leave with their heads down wishing they would have been Bucs Fan all along
That’s exactly what I did when the mighty Bucs beat the Romo-less Cowboys at RayJay last year. I had many good natured insults for them.
I’ve got my ticket already, luckily I got it a month ago before the prices went through the roof (look on stubhub or NFL ticket exchange). I will be in the 11th row upper deck 50-yard line behind the Bucs bench. About the same location as my RayJay seat. I’m taking my son, the Cowboys fan!!!!
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