Buccaneers’ 2020 preseason schedule officially released

Take a look at the 2020 preseason schedule for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The NFL released it’s 2020 schedule the other week, and the Buccaneers learned how the Tom Brady era will unfold this season in Tampa. But while the dates and times for the regular season were set in stone, the preseason schedule was still TBD.

Today, the Bucs officially released their preseason slate. Take a look.

Tampa Bay won’t have an easy go of things this season as they seek a return to the postseason for the first time since 2007. They’ll face five quarterbacks who have played in a Super Bowl, and will open Week 1 on the road in New Orleans.

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Early storylines for all 16 Bucs games to get you excited about the 2020 season

Take a look at some early storylines for each Bucs game on their 2020 schedule.

The NFL released the 2020 schedule last week, with the hope being that teams will be able to complete a full 17-week season despite concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.

But, let’s face it, we could use something to take our minds off everything right now, so let’s go right ahead and take a look at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ full schedule and some early storylines to get you excited about the season.

Twitter reacts the Buccaneers’ 2020 schedule

See how Twitter reacted to the the Buccaneers’ 2020 schedule.

The NFL released the 2020 schedule tonight, which means we now know what Year 1 of the Tom Brady era will look like for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

While the Bucs finished just 7-9 last season, they’ll be the talk of the league in 2020 now that Brady is under center. Tampa Bay has championship expectations now. But, looking at the team’s schedule, getting to the postseason for the first time in over a decade certainly isn’t going to be easy, even with a future Hall of Fame quarterback.

See how fans on Twitter reacted to the Bucs’ schedule.

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Buccaneers 2020 schedule officially released

The 2020 schedule for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was officially released Thursday.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 2020 schedule is officially here, and if the Bucs are going to make a return to the postseason for the first time since 2007, they’ll have to overcome one tough road to get there.

The Bucs will play five games at home this season against quarterbacks who have played in the Super Bowl — Patrick Mahomes (KC), Aaron Rodgers (GB), Drew Brees (NO), Matt Ryan (ATL) and Jared Goff (LAR) — plus take to the road for showdowns with the Raiders and Bears.

Tampa Bay had a brutal schedule last season when they had to play five-straight games away from home, including a London game in Week 6. While there won’t be any international games in the NFL this season, it’ll still be a challenging slate for the Bucs. Fortunately, their quarterback Tom Brady has championship experience they can rely on.

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4 non-divisional Bucs games we want to see on prime-time in 2020

With the 2020 schedule set to be released Thursday, take a look at four non-divisional Bucs games we’d love on prime-time.

The Buccaneers will soon find out when they’ll be facing their 2020 opponents when the NFL releases their schedule this Thursday.

The Bucs are coming off a 7-9 season, but are looking to make some noise after a big offseason, which included the signing of Tom Brady and the trade for tight end Rob Gronkowski.

Tampa Bay has their sights set on the postseason for the first time since 2007, but the road to Super Bowl LV in Tampa won’t be an easy one, as the Bucs will face some true heavyweights this coming season.

While you could make a case that every Bucs game should be on prime-time this season, let’s take a look at which four non-divisional games we’d like to see the most.

(Note: The only reason I am excluding the NFC South and teams like the Saints and Falcons is because it goes without saying those games should be on prime-time. There’s no debating that.)