It’s football season, and that means heading to Buffalo Wild Wings to watch our favorite NFL games. Once upon a time, the NFL only played games on Sunday and Monday. But with the advent of the Thursday night games, we now have three great opportunities to congregate with friends and family to eat, drink and be merry.
Everyone in my family loves football, a passion they’ve inherited from me. I’ve been a diehard Pittsburgh Steelers fan since I was a kid, and my interest in the six-time Super Bowl champions has not dissipated over the years. If anything, it’s grown more pronounced. Every week I don my replica Troy Polamalu jersey and head down to Buffalo Wild Wings to meet my good friend, Kevin, a fellow Steelers fan who probably exceeds me in passion for the team. After all, he’s attended the Steelers’ three most recent Super Bowl appearances – two victories, one defeat – while I’ve opted to save money on Super Bowl Sunday and watch the game from my local Buffalo Wild Wings.
In recent years, my wife has become a passionate football fan as well, though her interest in the game stems largely from fantasy football. She doesn’t have a favorite team, per se, but she’s able to follow all her fantasy football players at Buffalo Wild Wings, where the presence of multiple large-screen televisions keep her up-to-date on the latest game action. Buffalo Wild Wings on a Sunday afternoon is football heaven – and we haven’t even discussed the wide selection of great food and drinks that are available.
In our house, my wife does the cooking. But during football season, Sunday is her day to rest, because Buffalo Wild Wings handles our food satisfaction. I’m a huge fan of their signature wings, but the wide variety of sandwiches, salads and burgers provides options for any hungry patron. My daughter, for one, loves the chicken tenders.
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