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Buccaneers at Steelers preseason 2019: Time, TV schedule, online streaming, and more

Everything you need to know to watch tonight´s game between Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh.

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NFL: Pittsburgh Steelers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

And so football is here...

I know. It’s only preseason. But football is football, man (Jon Guden’s voice).

The Buccaneers finally get to strap on their helmets and shoulder pads and hit others with a different jersey other than their own. On Friday night, the Bucs are in Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers for Week 1 of the preseason.

There are several players that didn’t make the trip, like linebacker Lavonte David and defensive tackle Vita Vea. Both have some sort of injury, although we do not know the extent of Vea’s as of Friday morning.

This game is the opportunity that rookies and bubble players have been waiting for. They now have the chance on really start impressing head coach Bruce Arians and his staff on making the final regular season roster.


Game time: 7:30pm ET

Location: Heinz Field | Pittsburgh, PA

TV: WFLA (NBC/8 - Tampa)

Announcers: Chris Myers, Ronde Barber Sideline Reporter: Dan Lucas

Online streaming: NFL Sunday Ticket (paid DirecTV service - one-week trial); NFL Game Pass (paid service - shows preseason games live, replays of regular season games); In-market stream on the Buccaneers official app or online at

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