I'm not making them for the superbowl but I did make my smoked hot wings with buffalo jerked sauce for a play off game a few weeks ago.
Easy to make, pick large wings (not those skimpy wings you get at restaurants) and salt and pepper and add a little dry rub of sage. Then slather them in your favorite hot sauce for 30 minutes or so whilst you fire up the smoker (I prefer hickory, or a blend of hickory and fruit wood). Once it is good and hot start smoking them. I smoke them for about 2 hours.
Meanwhile make the jerked buffalo sauce. Basically just hot sauce, butter, a splash of worschester (or however the hell you spell it) if'n ya want. Then grind up some all spice, a few shakes of cinnamon, and some mace. Once the wings are getting close to being times up dunk each one in the hot sauce and crumble a little blue cheese on each one and then broil them for 10-20 minutes to crisp them up a bit. Add fresh sauce and serve with blue cheese (or ranch if you are a wanker) and celery.