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The ROAR Of The Jaguars, “Salute To Service” Game

The Jacksonville Jaguars honored our military service personnel, past and present, at Sunday’s contest versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Performing the Anthem was a vocal quartet from the U. S. Air Force Singing Sergeants. Interpreting the National Anthem for the hearing impaired was ROAR Cheerleader Brooke.
At halftime, a large ceremony involving over 250 recruits from all branches took place.The Oath of Enlistment was conducted by Brigadier General Vincent Buggs. The General has three combat deployments to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The Bucs defeated the Jags 28-11 in a game not quite as close as the score would indicate. Nick Foles had a bad first half and was replaced by Gardner Minshew II after intermission. The sparks Minshew brought were quickly diminished with a goal line interception by the Buccaneer secondary. Quarterback controversy is in full discussion among the disappointed fan base. Rough stretch right now! 
Everyone is on the same love page when it comes to the talented and beautiful ROAR cheerleaders. No controversy here, especially for Meredith who was selected by her peers as Cheerleader of the Game.
Enjoy our game photos:

Meredith, Cheerleaders of the Game

Brooke, interpreted the Anthem for hearing impaired.

Taylor B.

Belinda and Rachel

Jaxson and Amy



Salute to Service






Allison Photobomb


Teresa and Jada

Taylor and Nijah

Start of our game album is HERE

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