by @TaraLipinskyMore Columns here. In this week’s That Thing You Missed watch Ron Burgundy mock Peyton Manning, an NHL player take a face plant, a football fan get kicked in the face and yours truly, Tara […]
Tailgate Fan correspondents Nick Stevens and Jerry Miller roam the entire countryside searching for the wildest and most epic tailgates in all of football.
Take a trip down memory lane and commemorate football seasons that have passed as we move closer to what might become an epic moment in the history of the Washington Redskins.
Hail yeah, the Washington Redskins are number one in the NFC East. If you want to cheer the home team on to the playoffs, but are not too confident in your tailgating abilities, then consider checking out one of these local tailgating party packages in the DC area. These companies will help ensure your tailgate party is a huge success.
As any DC resident knows, sometimes the weathermen get the forecast just plain wrong. Be prepared with this bad weather survival guide to ensure your tailgating experience at FedEx Field is a safe and enjoyable one no matter what Mother Nature may bring.
Washington Redskins fans know that one of the most important players on the team is the 12th man. In addition to cheering your heart out and singing along to the Redskins fight song, show up at the stadium wearing your team spirit on your sleeve without spending too many bucks.
Don’t let the traffic woes of the DC Metro area interfere with your passion for the game. Choose from one of these best local transportation companies to get you and your friends to FedEx Field.
Whether tailgating at FedEx Field, a downtown bar or at a pal’s house, it isn’t always best to throw caution to the wind. While having fun and supporting the Washington Redskins is important, it’s also just as important to stay safe. Follow these tips to have an enjoyable yet risk-free tailgate experience.
Just like football fans, the Washington Redskins’ FedEx Field parking lots contain a wide variety of personalities. Whether you’re a passionate, long-time supporter of the ‘Skins or an over-enthusiastic newbie in town, FedEx Field has a tailgating lot just for fans like you.
They’re the men in the vibrant wigs, old-fashioned women’s dresses and pig snouts. You can find them tailgating in the parking lots, cheering on the Washington Redskins near the end zone as well as raising funds for locally and nationally known charities. They’re the Hogettes and they make us proud.