NFL Regular Season Week 6 – The Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders

Another week, another big division opponent for the Atlanta Falcons.  This week, it was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and for the slumping Falcons, a win was desperately needed.  This game was not for the faint of heart because it was another one of those nerve wracking, closely contested shoot outs that literally came down to the last play to decide it.  And that last play…a rumbling, bumbling, stumbling lateral and lateral again play that came this close to scoring a game winning touchdown for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  There would be no Cal vs. Stanford last minute heroics in this one.

Did I mention a shoot out.  Tampa Bay’s Jameis Winston and Atlanta’ Matt Ryan traded touchdown pass after touchdown pass in route to a 63 point game.  Winston passed for 395 yards and four touchdowns and was matched by Ryan’s 354 yards and three touchdowns.  Fortunately for the Falcons, they also had a rushing touchdown and two field goals to one for the Bucs.  Final score: Atlanta – 34, Tampa Bay – 29.

Just another normal game in the NFC South.

Let’s turn our attention to the lovely Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders who provided a nice bit of glamour during a game between the big uglies of the gridiron.  Click here to view the Falcons game day gallery.


NFL Regular Season Week 6 – The Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders

In one of the most lopsided games of the season, the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Tennessee Titans 21 – 0 on the basis of a strong defensive performance that yielded 11 sacks, one short of the NFL single game record.  The Titans were limited to 106 total yards on the day and were totally ineffective rushing the ball and, even worse, passing the ball.  Must be the rain.

Let’s turn our attention to the Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders, who braved the cold and wet weather to cheer on the Titans.  Click here to view the Titans game day gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 6 – The Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders

The Minnesota Vikings continued their winning ways by defeating the hapless Arizona Cardinals with an efficient passing attack and a strong running game.  The Vikings were led by Latavious Murray who rushed for 155 yards and a touchdown in relief of an injured Dalvin Cook.  Adam Thielen caught 11 passes for 123 yards and chipped in another touchdown.  Vikings win, 27 – 17.

The Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders wore special “kicks” and used colored pom poms to celebrate the NFL’s Crucial Catch initiative against cancer.  Click here to view the Vikings game day gallery.

Random NFL Cheerleader Pic of the Day

Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders–Part 2

The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders Fashion Show is Friday, October 18th. Link to order tickets is HERE.

Enjoy some more photos from the OT victory over the Chicago Bears:

How about that sign introducing Estefania and Ally









Added photos to game album HERE


NFL Regular Season Week 6 – The Cincinnati Ben Gals

It was another big divisional game this week with the Pittsburgh Steelers traveling to Ohio to battle the Cincinnati Bengals.  Its a tight race in the AFC North, so this game would go a long a way for the victor.  It was a rather close game that wasn’t decided until the last minute when the Steelers Antonio Brown caught a pass from Ben Roethlisberger and raced 31 yards for the winning touchdown.  The final score: Steelers – 28, Bengals – 21.

It looked a little chilly and damp in Cincinnati, judging by the Ben Gals photos posted this week.  Click here to view the entire game day gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 6 – The Washington Redskins Cheerleaders

The Washington Redskins hosted the Carolina Panthers in Week 6 of the regular season and in a tightly contested battle the underdog Redskins bested the visitors on the basis of two critical plays by their defense.  Criticized earlier in the week by his teams, Redskins corner back Josh Norman provided the spark with an interception and a forced fumble.  Alex Smith passed for 167 yards and two touchdowns and Adrian Peterson rushed  for 97 yards on 17 carries to pace the Redskins to victory.  Final score: Redskins – 23, Panthers – 17.

The First Ladies of Football celebrated the NFL’s Crucial Catch initiative and we have posted a few photos from the Redskins.  Click here to view their full gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 6 – Raiderettes in London

The Raiderettes were in London a few days prior to the game against the Seattle Seahawks and they made the rounds to help promote the game.  They’ve posted a few photos from their promotional tour.  Click here to view the gallery.

The Raiders game day gallery hasn’t been posted yet, but when they do, we will post some images here and link back to the gallery for you to check out.

Random NBA Dance Team Pic of the Day

Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders Enjoy Victory Monday

When we left Hard Rock Stadium yesterday the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders still had ear to ear smiles after a very exciting and tense 31-28 overtime victory against the Bears. The fans who traveled down from Chicago were leaving with frowns and sunburn faces.  Hehe.

Stay with us all week as we process our photos from the game.

Paige (click to enlarge)

Kayla B.


Breann Carina Vera


Emily M.

Etta and Davia

Rachel C.

The start of our album is HERE.

Random NFL Cheerleader Pic of the Day

NFL Regular Season Week 5 – The Jets Flight Crew

In Week 5, the Denver Broncos and the New York Jets clashed in a battle of rebuilding teams.  Big plays by the New York Jets would be the story line on this day.  Isaiah Crowell rushed for 219 yards, including one run for 77 yards that went for a touchdown.  Rookie QB Sam Darnold threw two TD passes to Robby Anderson, including a 76-yarder, and one more to Terrell Pryor.  On this day, the Jets were the superior team.  Final Score: Jets – 34, Broncos – 16.

The Jets posted a nice gallery of images of the Jets Flight Crew, who were wearing some interesting pregame uniforms.  Click here to view the photos.

NFL Regular Season Week 5 – The Saintsations

Monday Night Football is a big deal.  It’s the biggest stage during the regular season and it’s the place to make a statement, so you’d better come ready to play because millions of people are going to be watching.  Last Monday, the New Orleans Saints came to play and thoroughly outclassed the visiting Washington Redskins.  Saints QB Drew Brees threw for 363 yards and three TDs on the way to setting  an NFL record for all time passing yards.  Melvin Ingram, fresh off of his four game suspension, rushed for two touchdown and reminded people that the Saints have one of the most dynamic offenses in the NFL.

In contrast, the Redskins looked listless and incapable of stopping the Saints offense.  Alex Smith regressed to what people have come to expect from him, a dink and dunk game manager.  Last year’s deep ball throwing prowess has proven to be a fluke year for Smith and he has done little to make people forget Kirk Cousins, who has generally thrived in his new surroundings in Minnesota. 

Bottom line…the Redskins are not a better team with Smith at the helm and as for the Saints…well they appear to be the same old high scoring, play off contending Saints.  Final Score, Saints – 43, Redskins – 19.

Let us turn our attention to what we are all here for…the Saintsations.  Click here to view the Saints gallery of images from the game.

Random NBA Dance Team Pic of the Day

NFL Regular Season Week 4 – The ROAR of the Jaguars

The Jaguars are a little tardy in updating their website with ROAR photos and have only recently upload Week 4 photos.  It’s Week 6.  So, let’s not waste any time and get to the photos .  Click here to view the Jaguars Week 4 photos.