Adam Richman and his team of tailgate techs build two of the biggest, most incredible NFL tailgate rigs fit for the Super Bowl in cities such as Houston and Miami.
Adam poses with the New Orleans Saints cheerleading and dance squad, the Saintsations, outside the Super Dome in New Orleans.
Adam tosses around the football at the custom built Ravens tailgate in New Orleans.
Outside of Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texan fans show their pride for their NFL football team.
A good tailgate is all about the proper grill, food and its ingredients.
The most adored mascots of the Houston Texans: the Texans cheerleaders.
Texans fans gather to watch the Tailgater of the Year cook-off.
Texans fans gather around tailgate setups in front of Reliant Stadium.
The pride of Texans shines through on this custom-made cowboy hat.
At a tailgate you’ll find buffet after buffet. Here, fans sample from a Texas-style tailgating buffet.
The Houston Texans' Code Red Fanbulance, fully equipped with marble-top tables, a beer tap, one flat-screen TV in the interior and one mounted TV on the exterior.
A group of Texans fans pose for a picture in front of the Code Red Fanbulance, alongside its owner Pavan Pinnamaneni (center).
Outside of Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Miami Dolphins tailgaters prepare for a day of tailgating.
Tailgating is not just a celebration of a sport but of a team. So after all the burgers, hot dogs and BBQ, cake is a welcome celebratory topping. Pictured here: A custom-made New York Giants cake.