To no surprise, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ home game against the Chiefs will be blacked out.
The team has announced the fact that the game won’t be televised in the Tampa area, according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times.
Even with the Bucs taking full advantage of the reduction in the minimum percentage of non-premium ticket sales to 85 and doing all sorts of other things to make it cheaper and/or more enticing to attend the home games, people aren’t.
The only way to turn the tide is to once again become a winning team. Despite being 1-3 through four games this season, the Bucs can pull to .500 by winning consecutive home games against the Chiefs and the Saints.
Of course, they won’t have nearly the kind of home-field advantage that they would if/when they become a winning team again.