(KCEN) -- We're just nine days away from the Super Bowl, so let's talk about wings, touchdowns, TV interceptions and party guest fumbles.
During the big game, Americans will chow down on 1.23 billion chicken wings, but they're going to cost more and good luck scoring yours.
According to a report by the National Chicken Council, Super Bowl Sunday will be the biggest day of the year for chicken wings, but due to a shortage in supply, there will be 12 million fewer wings than last year.
That's because of a drop in chickens in 2012, due to soaring prices in corn and animal feed.
With a short supply and strong demand, the group says wholesale wings will be at their most expensive ever.