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Eat Like A Dallas Cowboys Player with Chipotle’s ’88 Club’ Menu

One CeeDee Lamb bowl, please.
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Courtesy of Chipotle.

If you’ve ever wanted to eat Chipotle like CeeDee Lamb, Michael Irvin, Dez Bryant, or Drew Pearson, your time has come.

California-based Chipotle Mexican Grill launched a menu Wednesday dedicated to the “88 Club,” which includes four Dallas Cowboys players who wear, or have worn, number 88 on their chests while with the team.

Each player has a menu item that they’ve crafted, and a Chipotle spokeswoman confirmed that yes, these are their actual go-to Chipotle orders:

CeeDee Lamb Bowl

White rice, half chicken, half steak, fresh tomato salsa, extra cheese, and queso blanco

Michael Irvin Bowl

Brown rice, black beans, chicken, fresh tomato salsa, cheese, lettuce, queso blanco, and guacamole on the side

Dez Bryant Bowl

White rice, black beans, chicken, fresh tomato salsa, and cheese

Drew Pearson Tacos

Three soft flour tortillas with steak, romaine lettuce, and cheese

It’s not surprising to see that three of the four items are burrito bowls (my personal preference) but it ­is worth noting that Drew Pearson’s choice is tacos with only steak, lettuce, and cheese. Strangely simple, presumably effective.

The menu items are ready to order through the Chipotle app and Chipotle.com. If you’re looking to spice it up (honestly, some tomatillo salsa would be nice) you can customize the item online. Don’t try to order the items by name if you’re ordering in person, though—you’ll need to build it yourself by listing off the ingredients like usual. The promotion is nationwide. Perhaps Chipotle didn’t want to train staffers in Philadelphia on what a Michael Irvin bowl is.

The debut of the menu comes ahead of a Chipotle ad featuring the quartet that will air September 11, the first game of the season. The production of the ad, in which the players all bond over what it was like to wear 88 on their jersey, was the first time all the players met in person.

Prices range from $8.65 – $13, and they’ll be available starting today for a limited time in the U.S. and Canada.

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