The Tampa Bay Buccaneers get their first crack at the NFC South-leading Atlanta Falcons this Sunday, with a chance to significantly tighten up the division race. And they get the Falcons on their own home turf.
Thanks to a four-game winning streak, and five victories in their last six outings, the Buccaneers have improved to 6-4 and could pull within two games in the division with a victory over the Falcons in Week 12. The Bucs and Falcons will meet again in the final week of the season, meaning Tampa Bay’s division title hopes would be very much alive with a win on Sunday.
It’s time for yet another huge game between the Buccaneers and the Falcons, and this one is at home, in front of a Raymond James Stadium crowd that has proved to be a serious home field advantage. Moreover, the possibility of a sellout at Raymond James Stadium remains. Here is a ticket update as of 5:00 p.m. ET on Monday:
There are approximately 11,000 non-premium tickets left to sell out this Sunday’s game and the team is still about 7,400 short of reaching the 85 percent threshold needed to lift the television blackout.