Wool hats, team jerseys, and lots of chips: Football is here.

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It’s no surprise that Sunday Night Football has become one of the most iconic sports traditions in American culture. After all, what’s better than watching your favorite team, surrounded by family and friends, indulging in some not-so-healthy snacks? Nothing!

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We’re kicking off the new season with a few of the things every football fan should know:

All about the recipes. We all know that Sundays are the best day of the week for finger foods: Wings, nachos, and dips are some fan favorites. Altering these dishes not only livens up your variety, but it could prove even more delicious. Try things like adding a different protein each week or make your own homemade salsa. Also, don’t hesitate to take the more daring route by creating “sit-down” meals — they’re still just as tasty when you’re sitting on your couch.

Look the part. A new season means that it’s time to grab a new jersey to support your favorite team. Or maybe it’s finally time to invest in an NFL fleece-lined winter hat to wear to all of the later season games. Whether you’re at the games or in front of your TV, you should always rep their colors or insignia. Stocked with every team in the league, you can’t go wrong with our NFL Collection for your go-to game day accessory.

Get your game on. The unbeatable combo of fall and football automatically call to mind visions of outdoor activities. It’s the perfect time of year for nature walks, pumpkin picking, and holding a football game of your very own. Whether pre-kick off or post, bringing together some buddies for this friendly festivity is not only fun, it’s great exercise!

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Kourtney Maglione
Written by Kourtney Maglione
A 401 girl born and raised, keeping it real is how I spend most of my days. I am the Digital Content Editor dabbling in anything from visual curation and copy creation to #MotivationNation. Robert Frost said it best: “In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: It goes on.”