The Nationwide Soccer League introduced Wednesday morning the Opening Day recreation between the Bucs and Dolphins in Miami can be performed Nov. 19.
- Bucs-Dolphins rescheduled for Nov. 19 because of menace of Hurricane Irma
- Each groups had bye Week eleven
- Recreation shall be performed at Exhausting Rock Stadium in Miami
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The league stated a day in the past the sport wouldn’t be performed Sunday in Miami because of the approaching Class 5 hurricane. Nevertheless, officers didn’t point out at the moment if the sport can be performed later or this week at a impartial website.
In its announcement, the NFL stated: Because of the potential impression of Hurricane Irma, the postponed season-opening contest between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Miami Dolphins has been rescheduled for Sunday, November 19 in Week eleven.
The sport can be performed at Onerous Rock Stadium.
Week eleven was beforehand a bye week for each groups.
Tampa Bay’s house opener will now be its season opener, at Raymond James Stadium Sept. 17 towards the Chicago Bears.