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    #12 Jersey

    where is the 'most famous' (if possible) tailgate ? is it GB or not ?

    in every stadium there is a tailgate outside the stadium or not in all places ?

    i have participated to one tailgate at Gillette and i will never forget it (it was amazing, beautiful !!!)

    what it better to tailgate at the 'old' Schaefer-Sullivan-Foxboro or at 'The Razor' or simply no difference at all ?
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    Some stadiums are located in the middle of cities without big parking lots, so tailgating can be limited. I don't think there is any significant difference between old Foxboro Stadium and Gillette as far as tailgating. I still park and tailgate in the same satellite lot a mile from the stadium. I've tailgated at the Meadowlands, a good place. Green Bay appears to have a great reputation.
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    I remember the old days at Schaffer. Access was so bad we had to arrive early, so we had one group prepare the before game meal, and another the after game meal. It was great, each person trying to make a better meal than the others.
    Favorites were fresh lobster, boiled at the tailgate and filet mignon broiled there too.

    Ahhh the good old days.
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    #12 Jersey

    i have heard that GB reputation is very very high

    where are the other 'special places' ?

    i can imagine also @ KC must be a nice experience...

    i think, correct me if i'm wrong, that 1 pm games are the best for tailgate
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    In my opinion, 1:00pm games are the best for tailgating. It's always been the traditional game time.

    Every team has its share of great tailgaters. Yes, Green Bay is known as one of the best tailgating towns, so is Buffalo for that matter (some fans just show up for the tailgate and not the game). Baltimore has some hearty tailgaters as well.

    I can't speak for KC tailgaters as a whole, but they are some of the loudest fans in the league.
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    I don't think it matters what time the game is, although I personally prefer the 1 p.m. games for tailgating. People get a little drunker tailgating before the later games because they have more time for hanging out.

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