Yep, that’s me in that pic above!  How can this be happening?!  Football goes hand in hand with chicken wings damn it!  There can NOT be a shortage!  Soon as I finish typing this, I’m making calls asap!
I’m giving you guys the heads up now! “You’re Welcome” *Kobe voice*  Report after the jump…


According to FoxNews:

The National Chicken Council released a report that said the demand for wings this year is at “an all-time high” due to decreased wing production caused by the high cost of corn and feed prices. Wings are currently the highest priced portion of a chicken and cost $2.11 a pound in the Northeast, up 12 percent from last year.

The organization has lowered the estimated number of wings to be consumed during Super Bowl weekend to 1.23 billion wing segments, 12.3 million less than last year.  That’s about 1 percent, says the council.

Americans are serious about their chicken wings.  Second only to Thanksgiving, Super Bowl weekend is the biggest eating day of the year, and chicken wings are the most popular dish.  To give you a picture of just how many wings fan will chow down on, The National Chicken Council says if those 1.23 billion chicken wing segments were laid end to end, they would stretch between the San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park and the Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium 27 times.


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