Whether you'll be fed with quality football and lots of wins at FedExField this year is something that won't ultimately be determined for another few months.
However, whether you'll be able to get your hands on some tasty stadium food while watching Redskins games in person in 2017 is something that has already been determined. And the answer is yes.
On Wednesday night, the team held their Taste of FedExField tour, in which they allowed visitors to sample menu items that'll be served when the NFL season begins. Here are some of the highlights from the event:
The Grub Tub
If you're like any other normal person in the world, then your first reaction to a new product or innovation is to say something like, "Aw, darn, why didn't I think of that?" while smiling like it's no big deal, but deep down, you actually start feeling really bitter.
Sound like you? Cool. Then prepare to be bitter again. Check out the Grub Tub, which is now an option for fans at FedExField this season:
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So, instead of holding your food in one hand and your drink in the other, you can hold both things with one. You should now use that newly-free hand to point out those questionable people who wear bright orange Dan Marino jerseys to NFC East games in Washington, because they are the worst.
A chef on the tour said that the following bowl of nachos should be shared between three or four people. Therefore, like the Redskins will do with their running backs, it's recommended that you go with a nacho-eater-by-committee approach when handling it:
Japanese hot dog
Hungry supporters who, in the past, have been forced to decide between Japanese food and hot dogs will no longer have to make that decision (if anyone has in fact ever been forced to make that decision before, that is):
I am told this is a foot-long Japanese hot dog. I don't have much more information than that pic.twitter.com/n1maPV1YfM— JP Finlay (@JPFinlayCSN) July 12, 2017
A new trend in pro football is the hybrid defender, a player who can play multiple positions in the same game. Perhaps this type of item is the new trend in pro football food?
Macaroni and cheese — with Cheetos
Like a QB sneak, this dish is exactly what its name says it is:
Pit beef sandwiches
Some concession stands have been renovated and turned into Skins Pit Beef stands. And at those Skins Pit Beef stands, they sell giant sandwiches filled with meat:
Giant sandwiches filled with meat are the best.
In case you get a hankering for something more sophisticated than a hot dog or popcorn, you can now go with a crab sandwich such as this one:
The hope is that this acts as the inspiration to add more seafood in years to come. It's about time someone creates a bowl of Jamison Crowder chowder, after all.
And, finally, fans would be wise to try out these luscious brownies, which would cap off a day of eating like a fourth-quarter score:
They're a dessert worthy of a long-term deal.