Shannon of the St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders
The Bucs had another home field “GroundhogDayMovie” performance last Sunday. One play into overtime and the Viking ship was sailing out into Tampa Bay Harbor with the Buc’s carcass aboard. We’re in for the long haul with this team so we’ll keep showing up waiting for this wayward Pirate ship to raise a victory flag at Ray Jay. Keep the faith!! Next home game is against the Falcons.
The TBBC (previously known as Swashbuclers) are still performing at the top of the NFL class. Here’s the photos as proof.
Chelsea and Micah (whose brother plays for Seahawks).
Jeannie and Tricia
Crystale (trained four summers with Radio City Rockettes).
Cassie (second year line Captain).
Cori in a new outfit at 1st Q dance (SI photo–Scott Iskowitz / Getty Images)
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Fourth year Titans Cheerleader Anne is in her first season as captain
Last Sunday, LP Field was 80 degrees and sunny, lovely, but a bit warm for Titans Cheerleaders who may have planned for more autumnal temperatures when planning their Halloween costumes. Of course captains Anne and Jessi’s line seemed just fine. For one thing, Jessi was devilishly at home in the heat, after all, she is a Florida native.
Jessi returns to the Titans sidelines after spending last year touring with Dance Y’all supporting Rascal Flatts
And Kate’s Hunger Games costume had a plan A (black tights for a cool day) and plan B (shorts if things were warmer), so Kate’s Katniss was right on target. Here are the talented Titans Cheerleaders captained by Anne and Jessi:
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Continue reading TTC Halloween Countdown – Jessi and Anne’s line stays cool as the sidelines heat up
For their seventh straight year, the Bucs cheerleaders faced their fears and braved a walk through Busch Gardens popular Halloween attractions.
It was a dark and stormy night … A cast of young women followed along a path of dim, flickering lights, a faint eerie melody drawing them beyond tall iron gates. They lock arms, pulses pounding, breathes held. Dark figures lurk behind them as ominous shadows grow just footsteps away. Six Buccaneers cheerleaders enter. But how many will last the night?
Well, actually, it was a pleasantly clear and mild Florida-October night. Also, fortunately, all six of our heroes survived, but not without a blood-curdling scream or two.
Last weekend, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders faced “the Curse” at Howl-O-Scream inside Busch Gardens in Tampa. The team braved their way through the park’s popular attraction, which this year features an all-new haunted house, roaming slash mobs and interactive experiences to test their skills when it comes to fighting through a mob of the undead. Not your usual Friday night.
For the seventh consecutive year, courageous members of the squad took on the terrifying experiences of Howl-O-Scream. They braved through Dead Fall, escaping the grasp of ghosts of long lost memories, longing to drag their unsuspecting guests into their world. The team also survived hordes of Slash Mobs roaming the sidewalks and slinking through Busch Gardens’ 300 acres of fright.
As always, after enduring plenty of hair-raising and lump-in-your-throat moments, the Cheerleaders were ready for more, anxious to find out what haunts and scares are in store for next year’s event.
“The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders had a wonderful time at Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream,” said Tara Battiato, the Buccaneer’s cheerleading manager. “It is an annual event that the team looks forward to every season. The haunted houses and scare zones were better than ever! We look forward to continuing the relationship with Busch Gardens for many seasons to come.”
Watch a video of the Bucs Cheerleaders at Howl-O-Scream here.
Tennessee Titans Cheerleader Captain Tandra was selected for the Pro Bowl last season last season
Titans fans received an early Halloween “treat” last Sunday as the Titans Cheerleaders performed in costume during the second half. Earlier in the year, Titans fans were treated to the fact that Pro Bowl selection Tandra returned for another season on the TTC, and did not ride off into the sunset. But Sunday, Tandra looked ready to ride the range, adorned in chaps. Here are the members of Tandra’s line, including pre-game with some spook-tacular Titans fans:
Continue reading TTC Halloween Countdown – Captain Tandra’s line lassos excellent costumes
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleader Samantha from Sunday afternoon
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Tennessee Captain Jena sports her football costume last Sunday
When I heard that sixth year Tennessee Titans Cheerleader and line captain Jena was going to be sporting a “football costume” last Sunday during the game against the Texans at LP Field, I visualized something a bit poofy. Maybe not Violet Beauregarde in Willie Wonka poofy, but something definitely inflatable. But instead, Jena’s and her mom’s creative creation featured a brown corset with white laces, and a “Laces Out” cap, referencing Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
In fact there was a bit of a movie theme throughout Jena’s line. There was a bit of Top Gun,What’s Love Got to Do With It, Backdraft, Steamboat Willie‘s best girl, Captain America, and I Dream of Jeannie. Okay, there has not been a Jeannie feature movie yet, but it most certainly is inevitable.
Here are some of the Halloween finery of the Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders, as we go line by line this week, counting down to trick or treat day:
Continue reading TTC Halloween countdown – Jena’s line jumps right off the screen
Tennessee Titans Cheerleader Briana last Sunday afternoon
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After months of sketching, dress fittings and finishing touches, the Philadelphia 76ers today unveiled the Sixers Dancers “Signature Dress” by Nicole Miller.
All 22 members of the Sixers Dancers will wear the dress – created in the team’s signature blue and red colors, and accented with a silver Sixers logo pin – on the court during pregame introductions and the National Anthem at the Philadelphia 76ers’ Opening Night on Saturday, November 1 and at every Sixers home game this season. The team will also wear the dress at select off-court appearances throughout the season.
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