MIGHTY SPORTS

The top 10 stadium foods from around the NFL

Some of these would make Guy Fieri wince.

If there's one thing that can bring football fans across all the different teams together, it's food. Food is not only the centerpiece to any successful football party (not just for the Super Bowl, but especially for the Super Bowl), it's central to both tailgates and to the stadium experience.

So your hometown football team needs to put some thought into what it offers fans – especially when it's time to eat some feelings after a loss.


DO YOU HEAR ME??

A few teams have really brought their best into concessions for the 2018 season. Criticize the team's gameplay all you want (and we will), but you have to admit that some teams are trying to give their fans a really great Sunday experience.

10. The fried PB&J on a stick — Buffalo

Get ready to throw your friend through a table.

Bills fans can get a taste of county fairs all season long with fried PB&J, funnel cakes, corn dogs, and apple pie logs — all available at Buffalo's New Era Field. Bills fans have plenty of bad feelings to bury under a fried mouthful of these.

9. Battle Red Tacos — Houston

It looks like a light taco meal — but it's Cheetos.

Leave it to Houston to get Flamin' Hot Cheetos-encrusted chicken fingers jammed into a taco trio and smothered in plenty of Sriracha mayo. As if the way the Texans are playing isn't enough to give you heartburn.

8. The Pit Bull — Washington

Giardiniera is that vegetable matter all over the hot dog. Don't worry, you can brush it off.

The Redskins really brought the magic for the 2018-2019 season menu. Not only does the team's food make this list twice, I actually had to rework the list because Washington had so many great things. Now, it's not that I don't love the idea of Fireball Cotton Candy or a Maryland Crab Grilled Cheese, but this monstrosity is one of the best-looking stadium hot dogs I've ever seen. The Pit Bull is a foot-long beef hot dog with horseradish mustard sauce and hot Italian giardiniera.

7. TsUNAmi Burger — Los Angeles 

It could only be more California if it was produced by Aaron Spelling.

Chargers fans at StubHub Center have the option of ordering Levy Restaurants' seared tuna "burger" with Applewood bacon, tomatoes, avocado, and lemon aioli on a sesame Brioche bun.

6. Pork Belly Tacos — Chicago

The Superfans would appreciate any pork product called "belly."

The Bears brought braised pork belly with daikon and Asian-style carrot slaw, grilled scallions, and Sriracha pepper sauce this year. I guess they didn't expect the Bears to play so well and wanted to make sure people still had a reason to come to Soldier Field.

5. Dungeness Crab Pretzel — San Francisco 

We're slightly disappointed Rice-A-Roni didn't make the menu. I THOUGHT IT WAS YOUR TREAT, SF.

Dungeness isn't how it's prepared, it's a west coast variety of crab. This sandwich features knuckle and claw meat mixed with garlic aioli, dijon, and chives on a buttered, toasted pretzel baguette. Now that you know what 49ers fans are eating, try to figure out why they're cheering.

4. DMV Super Burrito — Washington 

It's enough for three people from DC, two people from Maryland, or one from Virginia.

Redskins fans can ponder why they allowed Kirk Cousins to leave as they chow down on three pounds of beef, chicken, and half-smoke rolled with Spanish rice, lettuce, tomato, avocado, and black beans in a flour tortilla. YOU LIKE THAT.

3. Kingdom Inferno Chicken Sandwich — Kansas City

This is a sandwich arms race.

When it starts to get cold at Arrowhead Stadium, you can warm up your insides and colon with breaded chicken tenders, Carolina Reaper pepper mayo, pepper jack cheese, sliced jalapeños, and Buffalo sauce on a brioche bun.

2. Brat In A Blanket — Green Bay

They should have never retired the Horse Collar.

This is pretty much Wisconsin summed up into a bratwurst. A brat wrapped in melted cheese curds and topped with beer mustard in a pretzel bun. Do the Packers know their fans or what.

1. Gridiron Burger Challenge — Arizona

This might explain the Cardinals 2018 season.

Weighing in a seven pounds and coming with a $75 price tag, the Arizona Cardinals either forgot you were there to watch a football game or they're trying to distract you from the way they're playing it. Either way, the Cards' Gridiron Challenge Burger includes five 1/3 pound burger patties, five all-beef hot dogs, five bratwursts, 20 slices of American cheese, eight slices of bacon, eight chicken tenders, 12 ounces of fries, lettuce, pickles, and tanker sauce, all on a 10-inch bun.

If you finish the whole thing in under an hour, you earn yourself a Cardinals jersey and a photo on the scoreboard. Someone's gonna do it — might as well be you.