The Buccaneers’ 2020 schedule is out, and get ready to see them a lot in prime time.
Thank you, Tom Brady and company.
The Bucs will play a record five night games. Yes, that is a franchise record. Of course, some games could be flexed in or out of certain time slots, but for now, Tampa Bay is scheduled to play five games under the lights: on the road against Chicago, Las Vegas and the Giants, and home games against the Saints and Rams. All five of those games are over a span of seven weeks. Many other games are set for the coveted late-afternoon time slot as well.
Oh, and we get Brady vs. Brees right off the bat to open the season in the Superdome.
Without further delay, here’s the schedule. Time to start planning some road trips.
Sept. 13 @ New Orleans
Sept. 20 CAROLINA
Sept. 27 @ Denver
Oct. 4 L.A. CHARGERS
Oct. 8 @ Chicago (Thursday)
Oct. 18 GREEN BAY
Oct. 25 @ Las Vegas (Sunday night)
Nov. 2 @ NY Giants (Monday night)
Nov. 8 NEW ORLEANS (Sunday night)
Nov. 15 @ Carolina
Nov. 23 L.A. RAMS (Monday night)
Nov. 29 KANSAS CITY
Dec. 13 MINNESOTA
Dec. 20 @ Atlanta
Dec. 26/27 @ Detroit
Jan. 3 ATLANTA