With five weeks in the books, the NFL season is most definitely in full swing. The Patriots are undefeated, the Lions look abysmal and the NFC East is once again a weekly pick ‘em for who will win the division.
That being said, the NFL has also provided us with one or two early-season storylines we didn’t see coming. The Falcons and Panthers are both undefeated atop the NFC South, the Cardinals look like one of the best teams in football, as do the Andy Dalton-led Bengals, and it’s 40-year-old Matt Hasselbeck who has the Colts in first place in the AFC South.
Another surprise this NFL season has been the emergence of some pretty IDGAF eats at stadium concession stands across the country. Yes, some gut-busters have been around for a few years, but there is also a slew of new items that football fans have been munching down on the last few weeks.
In light of the weather turning colder, in case you needed to justify adding a few extra pounds, check out the wildest eats available at NFL stadiums this season.
This may look like a regular classic NY Bagel with the top on, but yes people, those are actual-sized eggs. How does one expect someone to finish this? Please tell me.
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Come by to San Diego where you can (if you’re up for it) eat your breakfast in the form of a Bloody Mary. I may stick with the bagel from Met Life.
This is so Green Bay… nothing says hardy like Beer Cheese Mac N Cheese in a Packers mug. That’ll keep you warm when you’re watching the game in 20 degree weather.
Apparently at Qualcomm Stadium, you order your cheesesteaks by the foot and not the number.
This may appear to be a normal bratwurst or hot dog at first, but you’re in the deep south baby, you eat alligator hot dogs at the Mercedes Benz Super Dome.
There’s something awesome about food at a stadium you can only get there. Who else would serve peach cobbler even if they wanted besides the dirty birds in Atlanta.
Forget only being bale to get a food item at one particular stadium, this THING for lack of better terms, is available in Green Bay and its literally toilet seat shaped heart attack. New to the 2015 season, it wouldn’t be far fetching to say this thing may be more useful as a butt warmer during a Packers game than a nutritional meal.
What’s more American than nachos in a pizza box? We got nothing. this is a level up from college frat house food. And we love every bit of it.
You know you’re doing it right when there’s so many toppings on a baked potato, you can’t actually tell its a baked potato. But hey I spy something GREEN! What is this an un-fried vegetable? A rare sight on this list.
‘Murica. All that needs to be said.
Homemade frito Mac N cheese. I don’t know who came up with the but whoever you are, you deserve a model sir.
Country fried steak? I can deal. Btw, throw a few scallions on top of that ish, and it takes about 2000 calories.
If you’re ever in Buffalo for a game, (this doesn’t apply to you if you don’t live in Buffalo) and want a break from the wings, try some of the amazing looking tacos and waffle burgers…
Bacon topped hot dog? On a pretzel hot dog bun? Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Are these not the most delicious looking fires you’ve ever seen at a game. Look seasoning! take notes fellow stadiums. Fries don’t always have to be a side. Fries are food too. #FriesLivesMatter
I’m done at this point. This is just too much. They’re almost bite sized too, so you can eat 15 of them and feel like you’ve had nothing! Great.
This may be photo shopped but this thing (notice the pattern here) looks 2 feet long…
Which one do you want to try most, or have you demolished one of these yourself? Let us know at the bottom of the page!