Jan. 4 (UPI) -- While Buffalo Bills fans donate money to charity, thanking Cincinnati Bengals players for a playoff berth, Jacksonville Jaguars fans are getting ready to drink teal beer and eat teal burgers.
Yes, everything is teal.
Delaware North, the official food and beverage provider of EverBank Field in Jacksonville, is supplying the special menu for fans, themed in the likeness of a Jaguars team color.
The buns for hot dogs and hamburgers, Mr. Softee Ice Cream and candy will be teal for the Jaguars' playoff game this weekend against the Buffalo Bills. Delaware North also worked with Anheuser-Busch to craft a teal beer, which will be available to fans throughout the entire stadium -- while supplies last.
Delaware North expects to sell 68,000 bottles of water, 34,700 hot dogs and 96,000 chicken tenders.
Jacksonville and Buffalo kickoff at 1:05 p.m. Sunday in the Wild Card clash. The Jaguars haven't hosted a home playoff game since 2000.
On Wednesday, the team announced that owner Shad Khan and the Jaguars Foundation donated 1,000 tickets for the game to refugees from around the world and families from Puerto Rico displaced from Hurricane Maria.
It's our first playoff game in a long time.— z-#Sacksonville (@Jaguars) January 3, 2018
The players want to win it for the fans. pic.twitter.com/ZMHuglCa3o
Jacksonville is 5-6 all time in the postseason and has never appeared in a Super Bowl. The Jaguars have the best defense in the AFC.