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Buffalo: Ralph Wilson Stadium was made for tailgating. Set up the RV two days before kickoff, and revel in the madness that includes hot tubs in December and a guy called Pinto Ron who cooks from the hood of his car. Get cleaned up for the game in a comfort station designed specifically for overnight tailgaters.

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Green Bay: Don't let the subzero temperatures of the frozen tundra fool you. Lambeau Field is the hot spot among NFL stadiums for bratwurst, beer, and Cheeseheads. Oh yeah, green and yellow body paint is apparently a logical alternative for a parka and a scarf on a cold December Sunday in Wisconsin.

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Kansas City: The intoxicating aroma of classic Kansas City barbecue permeating through an endless fleet of RVs hours before kickoff makes Arrowhead Stadium the holy land of tailgating.

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Oakland: Tailgating at McAfee Coliseum is the equivalent of a Lollapalooza sideshow. Raiders fans, with their spiked shoulder pads and skull-and-crossbones tattoos, are the most eccentric tailgaters in the NFL and make for great people-watching. Think of game day here as Mardi Gras for the West Coast.

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Pittsburgh: Of course Heinz Field made the list - it's named after a bottle of ketchup. Great hot dogs with all the toppings and fans with some of the highest football IQs in the NFL make tailgating in Pittsburgh a must for every football junkie.