There will be a rare event in Tampa Bay on Sunday.
The Buccaneers will have a home game broadcast live on local television. The team just announced it has met the 85-percent threshold to lift the blackout of the game with Philadelphia.
That’s only the second time this has happened this season (the other was when the Saints came to town) and only the fourth time since the start of the 2010 season.
The Eagles normally are a good draw in Tampa Bay, but their disappointing season probably isn’t drawing a large amount of transplanted fans. I think this one has more to do with the fact the Bucs are in the playoff hunt and they also are honoring their Super Bowl championship team.
A limited number of tickets remain.