The NFL is all about the playoffs.
And if the Denver Broncos win it all, there will be a lot of food for the hungry.
Denver has a snack machine for its players to eat and drinks for the rest of the team.
There are two snack machines for each team.
So how do the Denver Nuggets and the New York Jets stack up?
Let’s take a look.
The Broncos have three snack machines, but they’re not really designed to be as portable as a food truck or fast food restaurant.
Denver uses two of the machines for meals, while the third has to be taken to the arena to be served.
The team has been experimenting with different snack machines in the past, and the new ones seem to have caught on.
There’s a mini-snack vending machine in the stands, and it’s only $10 per person, but the team says it’s actually more portable than a food trailer.
The Jets have a smaller machine, which is actually a vending machine that’s only about a third the size.
The team is selling snacks for about $10, while snacks are $4.25 each.
The vending machines will be at all Jets games, so fans can get snacks and drinks while they’re there.
Denver’s snack machines aren’t exactly designed to fit in the team’s parking lot.
They’re about an 8-by-12-foot area with a vending booth in the middle, and fans are not allowed to park in the area without paying.
They also have a large outdoor seating area, which can be pretty crowded during games.
But the team is working on something for fans who want to watch their favorite team in person.
The Jets have created a special section for fans in the Pepsi Center.
Fans can use the vending machine, get food and drinks and watch the Jets on TV while the game is on.
The Pepsi Center’s snack area has a capacity of 3,500 seats, and seats are free.
It’s a smaller area than the PepsiCenter itself, but fans can still sit in the concession stand, which seats about 7,500.
The fans can’t park in either of the parking lots, but it’s possible to get in and out of the PepsiCentre through a security gate.
Fans will be able to park through a side entrance that is just a couple feet away from the main entrance.
The game is set for Friday at 7 p.m. CT.