ATLANTA With the kick-off of the football season, some restaurant chains are scrambling for yardage with new menu items aimed at patrons who want to watch a game while they eat. Hooters, for instance, hit the field yesterday with four bargain-priced finger foods that are offered as both entrees and shareable appetizers. The array, available just for the pro-football season, consists of Buffalo wing-flavored chicken mini-sandwiches; more traditional beef “sliders,” topped with bacon, ...

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