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Sports cancellations have caused a surplus of chicken wings, and these are the places you should order them from in the DMV

Sports cancellations have caused a surplus of chicken wings, and these are the places you should order them from in the DMV

With the cancellation of the NCAA tournament, sports fans have not eaten their normal share of chicken wings. 

According to a Washington Post article this week, chicken wings are in a massive surplus. To help out with this interesting issue, we decided to make a list of the best places to order chicken wings from. 

Alright sports fans. Let's order some wings.

1. MOMO 
Located in Bethesda, Md., MOMO is a go-to for delicious wings. You can choose between four different flavors; Soy Garlic Sauce, Hot and Spicy Sauce, Half and Half Sauce and KFC Original Sauce. Order wings for pick up or delivery on GrubHub. 

2. Hard Times
Hard Times Cafe has a few locations and is available for delivery on the GrubHub app. Choose between Grilled or Boneless wings in six different flavors: Original Texas, Chili Lime, Honey BBQ, Old Bay, Sweet Red Chili, and Teriyaki.

3. Federalist Pig
A Columbia Heights BBQ hot spot, the Federalist Pig is a must order when you are craving some "que." Order some of their BBQ wings for delivery on the Postmates or DoorDash app.

4. Smoke and Barrel
You can order smoked chicken wings or soy-based vegan wings from this Adams Morgan establishment. They have seven different sauce options and each one will make your mouth water. Choose from Dry, Wet, Muddy, Buffalo Bleu, Sweet Garlic Chili, Chipotle Honey Butter or Bourbon Mustard Glaze and order on most food delivery apps.

5. Wingos
If you like choices, Wingos is the place to order from. They offer over 24 different flavors ranging from plain all the way to "bite me." Wingos has three different locations throughout D.C. with each location delivering through the GrubHub, Postmates, DoorDash or Caviar app.

Do you have a favorite wing spot that didn't make our list? Tweet us @NBCSWashington and give us some dinner ideas.

In The Loop: NBA bubble or Fyre Festival? Chargers' Austin Ekeler tours new SoFi Stadium

In The Loop: NBA bubble or Fyre Festival? Chargers' Austin Ekeler tours new SoFi Stadium

First up in our look around the sports world, Nashville Predators center Ryan Johansen's bulldog Dozer doesn’t seem to be phased as Ryan juggles a ping pong ball in his face. But let's just say Dozer isn't the best defender out there.

 

 

Next up, in this latest video posted on the Los Angeles Chargers Instagram page, running back Austin Ekeler received an up-close and personal tour of the team's new home at SoFi Stadium. He got to see the field, the epic locker rooms and everything in between!

 

 

Lastly, NBA players have started to arrive in Orlando, Fla. where the season is set to resume. If you're wondering what life in the bubble looks like though, here’s a sneak peek that some of the players gave of their views and meals. They weren't thrilled. Some are calling it Fyre Festival Part 2.

 


 

In The Loop: James Conner's BIG surprise for mom, Melvin Gordon back flips in backyard

In The Loop: James Conner's BIG surprise for mom, Melvin Gordon back flips in backyard

First up in our look around the sports world, Pittsburgh Steelers running back James Conner's mother received a big surprise over the weekend from her son. James posted this to his Instagram, welcome home balloons completed the surprise that he bought his mother a brand new home!

Next up, Denver Broncos running back Melvin Gordon looks like he hasn’t missed a beat while doing backflips like their nothing in his backyard over the weekend.

Lastly, Tampa Bay Bucs rookie offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs is back at it again showing off his insane strength. Who can say they can jump out of pools with ease? A reminder that he is 6'5" 320 lbs...pretty impressive!

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Still got it💦 (3’6”)

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