How Many Miles Will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Travel During the 2024 Schedule?

Here's how far the Bucs are traveling during the 2024 season.
Jan 15, 2024; Tampa, Florida, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin (14) celebrates
Jan 15, 2024; Tampa, Florida, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin (14) celebrates / Kim Klement Neitzel-USA TODAY Sports
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On Wednesday night, NFL franchises announced their official 2024 schedules and fans across the country started to put together their plans for which games they want to attend to see their favorite teams in action. The plans of many depend on how much travel may be involved, and for good reason, as sometimes that can get expensive.

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As for the players, the more travel that is involved could cause an extra level of fatigue — something that can 100% affect the level of play. Luckily for the 2024 Buccaneers, they won't be traveling as much as the rest of the league, as according to Bill Speros they will be the 10th least traveled team during the 2024 regular season.

The Buccaneers will travel to Detroit, Atlanta, New Orleans, Kansas City, New York, Charlotte, Los Angeles, and Dallas in 2024. The toughest portion of their travel will come in weeks 15 and 16 when they have back-to-back road games against the Chargers in LA and the Cowboys in Dallas.

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Another saving grace for the Buccaneers' travels this year is the fact that they won't have to travel overseas to play a game in Europe like they have in the past. If they can stay somewhere over on the opposite coast for their games against the Chargers and Cowboys, that will greatly benefit them even more.

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Caleb Skinner


Caleb is from Nashville, TN and graduated from Florida State University in 2018 with majors in Sociology and History. He has previously written for an FSU outlet and started covering the Buccaneers in March of 2022. Caleb is an avid sports fan and former host of the Tribeoholics podcast. You can follow Caleb on Twitter @chsnole