Much-Needed Distraction For The Tampa Bay Area.


Tampa couldn’t play their first game against the Dolphins last Sunday due to Hurricane Irma. But this week, there will be football in the Bay Area.

Past the Hurricane drama, Tampa Bay residents will be treated to a much needed distractions as the Buccaneers will play the Chicago Bears at Raymond James Stadium.

Buccaneers CEO Brian Ford made a statement that hosting a game is very important to them as Tampa has been through a lot over the past week.

In addition to the Buccaneers playing this weekend, The USF Bulls will also be playing in Raymond James Stadium, on Friday, where they will face The Fighting Illini, who are coached by former Bucs coach Lovie Smith.