Week 10 of the NFL 2012 season is here and the Philadelphia Eagles have home field advantage in this week’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. Eagles tailgaters, hungry for a win against the Cowboys, will circle their wagons around the Linc this Sunday, eager to cheer their team to a victory against this long-time rival.
Those circling wagons will be as decked out as the fans themselves in an ongoing, unofficial, friendly competition to be the baddest Eagles tailgate mobile. Tailgating is serious business in Philadelphia and some of the baddest tailgate mobiles in Philadelphia belong to the pros. Fans can just sit back and enjoy the set up for about $30, which includes a wide assortment of food and fun.
Jetro N Lot at Pole 3
1020 Pattison Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19148
Cav’s Catering is well known for throwing awesome tailgate parties. Bob Cavanaugh has been featured on the Food Network and won the Jack Daniels Great American Tailgate Party Contest not just once, but three times. Cav’s Catering serves both groups and individuals at Eagles home games.
7th St. and Pattison Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19148
With all you care to eat and drink supplied, Philly Tailgate packages can include just the tailgating experience or a game ticket as well. No worries if game tickets are sold out. Philly Tailgate supplies plenty of fun with games like flip cup and beer pong tables.
Philadelphia Eagles fans who want to organize friends and family for a tailgate but don’t have their own tailgate mobile can even rent one for the day. Tailgating trailers can come complete with TV and satellite dish, fridge, sound system, microwave and grill. Additional options may include a keg beer system, its own generator and an onboard bathroom. Some companies even provide staffing with your very own “tailgate attendants” to make the experience one to remember.
Philadelphia Eagles tailgaters are pros when it comes to showing team spirit, and if you’re lucky enough to attend a tailgate party this Sunday at the Linc, make sure to judge for yourself which tailgating mobile is the baddest in the land.
Check out Tailgate Fan to keep the party going at tailgatefan.cbslocal.com.
Christy Ayala covers sports, recreation, the outdoors, and leisure activities in the Philadelphia area. She earned a masters degree in recreation administration from George Williams College and managed programs in the Midwest, Hawaii, and Pennsylvania. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.