Tailgate Judgment: What did you eat/drink this weekend?

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Did you watch football this weekend? Did you have food and/or libations while you did so? Tell Jon about it in the comments, and he will judge it with a 1-through-10 rating.

It's come to my attention lately that many folks tend to eat food and drink booze while watching football. This wildly popular phenomenon is observable from coast to coast. The question now is this: what exactly did you eat and/or drink?

If you're new here, this is how Tailgate Judgment works: you leave a comment below, describing your food and/or libations during game day this weekend. I will then issue you a food and drink rating between 1 and 10, and attempt to explain my rationale. I'm not out to hurt any feelings, but if you ate cruddy food and drank crummy drinks, I will not hesitate to say so.

In the interest of full disclosure, I will start by reporting my food and drink: I had a "Back Door Burger" at The Back Door, a nearby bar establishment. It is just about the least fancy burger imaginable, which I actually count as a positive: so many establishments foul up their burgers with all manner of things that the result is a hideous, inedible monster. This was simple: patty, slice of cheese, onion, lettuce, tomato. Fries on the side. I will issue myself a food rating of 6.5. I drank Bloody Marys and light beer. Thankfully, The Back Door wisely employs Zing Zang as their Bloody Mary mix. My drink rating stands at 7.5.

Well, that was boring. Your turn. I cannot promise that I'll be able to rate every single report, but I will certainly get to as many as I can. What did you have to eat and/or drink during football, friend?

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