This weekend is Super Bowl 52 between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots. And while most people will be enjoying the game by eating pizza and drinking cheap beer (DILLY DILLY!), others will want something a little more.
Here are the seven best marijuana strains to enjoy for Super Bowl Sunday.
7. Green Dream
Are you a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles and looking for a marijuana strain that’s color coordinated with your team? Then how about some Green Dream? It’s also known for creating euphoric feelings, which could help if your team starts losing!
6. Blue Cheese
When you think about cheeses at Super Bowl parties, you usually think about either nacho cheese or perhaps mozzarella cheese on your pizza. But if your a Patriots fan, why not honor your boys in blue with some Blue Cheese? It’ll also give everyone a nice uplifting spirit to make sure your Super Bowl party isn’t a downer.
5. Face Off OG
Ok, technically face-offs are not in football, but this strain is still sports-related. It’s also known to be a relaxing strain, which will be perfect for Patriots and Eagles fans who are a little too emotionally invested in the game.
4. Game Changer
In sports, a game changer is a play that dramatically affects the outcome. In marijuana strains, Game Changer is known for its euphoric effects. So if you’re down that your favorite team isn’t in the Super Bowl, this strain will help you get excited about the game anyways!
3. Larry Bird Kush
If you’re a fan of the Patriots, you’re probably a fan of all Boston sports. If that’s the case, then you should be enjoying this strain named after Boston Celtics great Larry Bird during the Big Game.
2. Beastmode OG
Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch may not be playing in this year’s Super Bowl, but he’s one of the few NFL players to have a marijuana strain named after him. (Beast Mode is his nickname.) So enjoy the Super Bowl with a strain actually named after a football player!
1. Golden Goat
Most people would argue that Tom Brady is the greatest NFL player of all-time, a.k.a. the GOAT. If you’re in that camp, then why not enjoy some Golden Goat during the Super Bowl to honor his legacy?