The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 2016 opponents will be definitively determined next week, but we already know most of them by now. Aside from playing their division rivals in the NFC South, they'll play the NFC West and AFC West -- two divisions that will both be sending two teams to the playoffs this year.
Two opponents are unknown at this point and depend on the Bucs' final division ranking. They'll take on either the Detroit Lions or Chicago Bears at home, while one away game will see them playing the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants or Dallas Cowboys.
In all, the Bucs will play six games against teams that made the playoffs: they'll play the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks, as well as two games against the Carolina Panthers. If the Atlanta Falcons win their final game against the New Orleans Saints, they'll be the only other team with a winning record the Bucs will have to face next year.
Here's the list of opponents: