One of the most exciting days of the offseason has finally arrived as the Bucs 2020 schedule has dropped from the sky and landed in our laps. There are some mouth-watering matchups and a reunion in week 1 with ex-stater Jameis Winston.
New QB Tom Brady might fancy the opening to the season with three very winnable games in the first four weeks, with two games against AFC teams he knows quite well.
But the standout section of this Bucs 2020 schedule has to be the horrendous end to November, with games against the Rams, Chiefs, and Vikings. There is some good news, with the bye week coming before the Vikings game, and all three games being at Ray Jay’s. But that spell could well define the season.
A nice, very winnable, three games to end the season follows, and then…dare we dream…a playoff run. The late bye-week would definitely help with that playoff preparation, but let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves.