Tampa Bay Buccaneers Parade 2021: Live Stream, TV Schedule and Weather Forecast Bleacher Report – Kristopher Knox As fans are well aware by now, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 on Sunday in Super Bowl LV. The win makes the Buccaneers NFL champions for the second time in franchise history and marks their first championship since the 2002 season. This was a true team championship for …
Route: Hillsborough River in Tampa
Date: Wednesday, Feb. 10
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Livestream Options: Buccaneers, city of Tampa and Hillsborough County social media accounts
WFLA 8 noted that the parade will be a “socially distanced event” amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The area is already under an executive order that requires face masks outdoors.
Per Rick Stroud, Josh Fiallo and Frago of the Tampa Bay Times, “Fans will be able to watch along the Riverwalk, Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park, Curtis Hixon Park and other waterside spots.” The start and end points of the parade are to be determined.
The Times noted the event was put together quickly because some players and coaches will be leaving Tampa this week.
The Bucs’ championship hopes looked dire following a 7-5 start, but they closed with four straight regular-season wins and averaged 30.8 points in the playoffs en route to beating three Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks in the New Orleans Saints’ Drew Brees, the Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers and the Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes.
Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl and fifth Super Bowl MVP in the process, completing 21 of 29 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns.
The 43-year-old quarterback, who entered the NFL in 2000 as a sixth-round draft pick of the New England Patriots, finished the season, including the playoffs, with 54 total touchdowns (50 passing, four rushing).