It looks like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' embarrassing streak of home blackouts is about to end.
Tampa Bay has had 10 consecutive regular-season games blacked out on local TV.
According to NFL rules, home games must be sold out 72 hours before kickoff to avoid a TV blackout within a 75-mile radius of the local market. Teams can ask the league for a 24-hour extension if the game is close to selling out.
"It would be awesome," Bucs coach Raheem Morris told the Tribune about the prospect of a nationally televised sellout Monday night.