You might think that with fewer Super Bowl parties this year, people would do less Super Bowl eating and drinking.  Well . . . nope.  We’re all just going to do it alone.  You know, the way gorging was MEANT to be done.

According to the National Chicken Council, even with fewer Super Bowl parties this year, Americans are still projected to eat a record number of chicken wings during the Super Bowl . . . approximately 1.42 billion.

That’s up 2% from last year and works out to an average of more than four wings for every person in the country.

The survey also found wings are the most popular Super Bowl food in 49 out of 50 states.  Who’s the holdout?  Maine, where the most popular Super Bowl food is lobster.