Buccaneers week sixteen Christmas spoiler alert vs. Arizona Cardinals

Caption Fear, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers travel to the desert to take on the Arizona in a Christmas clash. Here’s how the game will go for the Buccaneers.

The Arizona Cardinals will be down to third-string quarterback Trace McSorley when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take the field against them on Christmas night. While many feel this could be a Christmas present for the Buccaneers, it could easily turn out to be a big fat lump of coal.

If you don’t feel like waiting or are simply feeling too festive, read on to get the breakdown on exactly how the game will go. If not, read on if you dare, just know you have been warned. Here is your official spoiler alert for the Bucs Christmas night game against the Cardinals.

The defense of the Buccaneers has been stout for most of the season, so it’s easy to see why many think they should have their way with this hospital ward the Cardinals will be rolling out. The key phrase in that last sentence though was “most of the season”. The once solid unit has since fallen off of a cliff, with many Bucs fans feeling like the sky is falling right along with them.

However, this has all the looks of the ultimate “get right“ game for the Buccaneers, that should be exactly what the doctor, or Santa, ordered. It will play out this way, with the defense taking pressure off Tom Brady, and the offensive side of the ball that too, has had their fair share of struggles.

As such, fans of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have themselves a Merry finale to this 2022 Christmas as they will get to watch their team (if they even choose to watch) defeat, the Arizona Cardinals by score of 27-13 in what will end up being a much bigger road when than it initially lets on. This is due to what’s going on with the Carolina Panthers currently, but one thing at a time. We can wait until at least Tuesday to open that can of worms. Most importantly, Merry Christmas and happy holidays.

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