Tom Brady and the reigning Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers return to the site of their first wild-card victory when they face the Washington Football Team on Sunday, Nov. 14. The game will be live streamed on fuboTV. Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Washington Football Team: Free live stream, start time, TV, how to watch Tom Brady in Week 10

Losing six of eight games this year has washed away most of Washington’s optimism in the wake of that close defeat with little hope of salvaging 2021. The 6-2 Buccaneers are rolling and trying not to take what should be an easy victory Sunday for granted. FanDuel Sportsbook has them as 9½-point favorites.

Washington gave Tampa Bay a bit of a scare in January, starting Taylor Heinicke at quarterback in place of injured veteran Alex Smith and sacking Brady three times but falling short 31-23. Heinicke is back as the starter without the element of surprise this time — after his performance with one passing and one rushing touchdown earned him a two-year contract.

The Buccaneers started 6-1 before losing at New Orleans going into their bye and have handled a spate of injuries on each side of the ball.

When is the Buccaneers-Washington?

The game between the Buccaneers and Washington is set for noon (1 p.m. ET) on Sunday, Nov. 14.

Will it be live streamed?

The game will be live streamed on fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial. The most basic of plans is the “fubo standard” package, which comprises 100-plus channels for $64.99 per month. Like all cord-cutting alternatives, there are plenty of options, especially for sports.

What TV channel will broadcast the game?

The Buccaneers-Washington game will be broadcast on FOX.


WELL RESTED: Considering all Brady has accomplished during an unparalleled 22-year career, it’s not surprising he has fared very well with an extra week to prepare for an opponent. In 21 starts following a regular-season bye, he’s 16-5.

The Bucs lost three of four games and took a 7-5 record into their bye last season. They returned to go 8-0 down the stretch, including their three playoff road wins and a rout of Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl.

NO OBJ INTEREST: The Bucs lead the NFL in passing offense (327.5 yards per game) and scoring (32.5) with Brady throwing for 2,650 yards and a league-high 25 touchdowns through eight games. The 44-year-old has a plethora of playmakers at his disposal, including receivers Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Antonio Brown and tight ends Rob Gronkowski, O.J. Howard and Cameron Brate.

With Gronkowski (ribs) and Brown (ankle) sidelined by injuries, the defending champs bolstered their depth by adding two veterans — receiver Breshad Perriman and tight end Darren Fells — to the practice squad this week.

Coach Bruce Arians said there was no interest in pursuing Odell Beckham Jr.

“No. Too many letters,” the coach quipped. “I’ve already got A.B. I don’t need O.B.J.”

WASHINGTON’S NEW KICKER: Another difference since these teams’ playoff game is Tampa Bay sticking with kicker Ryan Succop, while Washington is on to a second replacement for Dustin Hopkins. The team cut Chris Blewitt this week and brought in Joey Slye, who knows Rivera from their time together in Carolina.

Slye grew up in a military family moving around from place to place, which prepared him for life as an NFL kicker.

“When you sign up to be a kicker, you know you sign up a little bit to bouncing around a little bit until you find a steady home,” he said. “Been living in hotel rooms for the past couple months. DoorDash has been a great friend of mine recently.”

Slye returns to the area he grew up in carrying a reminder of his days playing high school football in Virginia. Tattooed on his right arm is a rendering of him and brother A.J. from the last game they played together.

A.J. Slye died from leukemia in 2014.

“When he passed away, I was holding his hand and I was holding him with my right hand,” Joey said. “Right-hand man: He’s on my right arm. This is the last time I was touching him, and this was the last time I played with him.”

After a Week 9 bye, Tom Brady and the Buccaneers are back in action on Sunday afternoon.

They’ll travel to Washington, where they won a playoff game last January, to take on a 2-6 team that isn’t living up to expectations. The Washington Football team currently sits dead last in the NFC East and has lost four straight games.

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