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The Mayor of Flavortown, Guy Fieri, has teamed up with the Philadelphia Eagles to launch some tasty t-shirts.

The NFL Guy Fieri Flavortown collection has taken over and is making our mouths water.

The Philadelphia Eagles Homage Unisex NFL x Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Tri-Blend T-Shirt pays tribute to the food we all know and love: the cheeseteak.

The collaboration features a detailed picture of the Philadelphia Eagles mascot Swoop holding a takeout boat containing a cheesesteak and crispy fries.

The shirt also displays the words “It’s a Philly Thing.”

You can see the Guy Fieri and Philadelphia Eagles collaboration shirt here. The design is also featured on just about anything and everything.

“Hop on over to Flavortown in this Philadelphia Eagles Guy Fieri Flavortown Tri-Blend T-Shirt. Be the envy of your fandom with this off the chain graphic tee that shows off your favorite team and their hometown’s signature cuisine. This comfortable, Flavortown Tri-Blend T-Shirt is perfect for the next Philadelphia Eagles game or for lounging at home while marathoning your favorite seasons of triple D” according to

Guy Fieri Would Love The New Food Items At Lincoln Financial Field

Although the new food items at Lincoln Financial Field aren’t created by Guy Fieri, they would have the Mayor of Flavortown drooling.

These new culinary experiences at the home of the Birds could be described as “out of bounds.”

Aramark recently released new food items available at Lincoln Financial Field for the 2023 NFL Season.

The first item is the Slim Chicken 2.0. The new sandwich is WILD.

This culinary creation is an Apple fritter with Frosted Flakes® fried chicken, Cooper® Sharp cheese, honey glazed bacon, cherry jam, and ghost chili according to a press release.

Eagles fans can also indulge in Cannoli Nachos!

The Cannoli Nachos are topped with Valrhona chocolate, whipped ricotta, diced strawberries, strawberry pearls, pistachio dust, caramel sauce, espresso dirt, and topped with micro mint, lemon, and donut sugar.

Lincoln Financial Field In Philadelphia Is A Top Stadium For Tailgating

According to a new study from Betway, The Linc has ranked among the top arenas for tailgating. Lincoln Financial Field tailgating is simply iconic. I mean, The Linc is a stadium, but still.

The study ranks the greatest NFL tailgating parties according to fans. Philadelphia Eagles fans really know how to tailgate according to this study.

It’s another one of those great American traditions. There’s no better way to get hyped up for a game than hanging with your fellow fans in the parking lot outside the venue. When you walk through a tailgate outside The Linc, the smell of cooking sausage and peppers, the sea of green jerseys, and the absolute tomfoolery the fans are engaging in, all wrap up to make a great day.

Sometimes the tailgate is better than the game itself. Sometimes people tailgate WITHOUT having tickets to the game! We are a dedicated fanbase. We love our team to the max and we show it with epic parking lot parties. And don’t even get me started on all the craziness Philly fans get up to in these lots.

Lincoln Financial Field tailgating is something we as Philadelphians are known for. Our ranking so high is definitely something to be proud of.

Here are the top tailgating parties in the NFL according to fans:

  • Buffalo Bills

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    The Buffalo Bills have the most popular tailgate parties according to fans. The study is based on positive sentiment scores and social media post saturation. So, the Bills have a huge positive sentiment score of 21.4%. It’s also the Buffalo Bills tailgate parties that are the most popular on social media. Highmark Stadium was featured on 259,507 posts.

  • Cincinnati Bengals

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    Close behind The Bills, The Bengals have a 21.1% positive sentiment score. There are also almost 170,000 posts mentioning tailgating Cincinnati Bengal fans. 166,053 to be exact.

  • New England Patriots

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    The Patriots (yuck, I know) received a 19% positive sentiment score. 159,827 posts feature tailgating at Gilette Stadium. They may rank higher than us, but we’re still better. (See: Super Bowl LII).

  • New York Giants

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    Even more yuck, we know. We don’t like these guys, but other people seem to, for some reason. Their positive sentiment score landed at 18.4%. And, 137,190 posts were made about tailgating at MetLife Stadium.

  • Minnesota Vikings

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    Another team we’ve smoked in many games that mattered a lot (see: 2017-2018 NFL season). But they’re above us in terms of tailgating. God knows why, it’s way too cold up there. Oh well, They received a positive sentiment score of 17.9%. And in terms of posts, they had 92,629 about tailgating.

  • Philadelphia Eagles

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    At long last, we’ve arrived at the best city for tailgating. Not according to this list/study. According to my opinion and also reality and complete non-bias (wink wink). We got a positive sentiment score of 17.6% which is only slightly below the Vikings. AND. GET THIS. There were 145,504 posts about tailgating at The Linc. We beat both The Vikings and The Giants in that category. SO yeah. We rock. Tailgate on, Philly.





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