Buccaneers vs. Saints: Coverage Map, Game Announcers, TV Info, More

Tampa Bay Buccaneers will open up their 2020 season vs. the New Orleans Saints

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will open the 2020 season on the road against the New Orleans Saints in a game that promises to be a barn burner.

The Buccaneers and Saints are considered the two heavy favorites to compete for the NFC South division this year and there is a ton of intrigue surrounding this match-up as the two teams test their might in an early season showdown.

The most intriguing storyline surrounding the game? The quarterback battle between Tom Brady and Drew Brees.

While no fans will be allowed at the game, there will be millions watching at home. Here’s all the information you need to know to watch, listen or stream the game live Sunday afternoon.

Buccaneers Broadcast Information: Coverage Map, TV Listings, Announcers & More

The Buccaneers and Saints will square off at 4:25 p.m. live on FOX. If you live in the Bay area, Fox 13 will be where you tune in for the game, but we understand that there are Bucs fans all across the nation.

According to the 506 Sports Coverage Map, the Buccaneers and Saints match-up will be broadcasted on all FOX affiliates across the nation, except in portions of California, Nevada and Arizona. If you live in northern California, a few counties in southern California, the vast majority of the state of Arizona or western Nevada, you will see the Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers game. The rest of the nation, however, will be tuned into the Bucs-Saints game barring a last-minute change.

If you do live in one of these markets and have an NFL Network subscription, you can watch the game that way, as well.

The announcers for the game will be Joe Buck and Troy Aikman- one of the most prominent broadcasting teams in the business.

If you’re looking to listen to the game, you can tune into the Buccaneers Radio Network, which can be found here, and you can stream the game on one of those radio channels via the TuneIn App if you’re out of signal.

Tampa Bay is currently listed as a 3.5-point underdog to the Saints and it should be interesting to see how this one plays out Sunday afternoon as we welcome in another season.