Disclaimer: it pains me to help a Giants fan (living in Eagles country ten minutes away from where I grew up, nonetheless). Just wanted you to appreciate how difficult this is for me
For wings, I use Frank's recipe: cut in half and pat dry, bake at 500 degrees for 20-25 minutes, toss in a melted butter/hot sauce mixture. If you handle dairy okay, mix blue cheese crumbles with sour cream or greek yogurt and a tiny splash of lemon juice for a tasty dip (add salt, pepper, chives, etc... for more flavor).
Guacamole with zucchini chips is good. Guacamole with crispy bacon strips is better.
Make tacos: brown up some ground beef with onions, add taco seasoning (make your own from one of the million recipes online, or do what I do and use the Trader Joe's one). Assemble inside lettuce cups with salsa, guac, tomatoes, cheese/sour cream if you do dairy, hot sauce.
Roast beef (you can buy some at the deli, but you can make it way better/fresher/healthier: salt and pepper, 500 degree oven for 7 minutes/lb, then turn off the oven for 2.5hrs without opening the door...comes out tender and juicy every time). Let it cool, slice it thin, and roll the slices with horseradish or mustard...one of my favorite finger foods.
You can do an antipasto platter with cured meats, pickled veggies, olives, roasted red peppers, anything at all. Just look for stuff that's not jarred in vegetable oil.
Get some quality all-beef hot dogs (Applegate Farms makes some awesome grass-fed ones), wrap in bacon and grill...cut into pieces and serve with mustard for dipping.
Make carnitas. I use the Cook's Illustrated recipe. Put a big-ass pork shoulder in a crock pot with an orange, a halved onion, the juice of a lime, some cumin/oregano/salt/pepper and a couple of bay leaves. Cook all day. Take out the orange and onion, strain the pork (keep the liquid) and pull it apart with a fork. Reduce the liquid on the stovetop until it's thick and syrupy and toss the pork in it. For extra points and crispiness, broil the pulled pork before serving. Squeeze a little lime over the top and devour.
Hope that helps...let us know what you end up making!