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Buccaneers Get Win Over Cardinals On Homecoming Weekend

It’s been seven Sundays since the the Buccaneers last played at home. The fans needed a victory and the Bucs came though with an exciting back and forth scoring game with the Cardinals, 30 to 27 final. Overall number one draft choice Kyler Murray ran the Cardinals and his mobility certainly presented challenges. The Bucs used the strategy of just match him and then score last. It worked! Embattled cornerback Jamel Dean made the big interception that allowed the Bucs offense to drive the length of the field for the winning touchdown. Go Bucs!!!
A very busy day at Raymond James Stadium yesterday. The Buccaneers celebrated the “Crucial Catch” cancer cure initiative of the NFL. The Junior Cheers performed at halftime with the Buccaneer Cheerleaders all dressed out in Pink. On this Veterans Day weekend many military members were also acknowledged and thanked.
As is custom, many of the cheerleaders were out on the plaza pregame greeting and posing with fans young and old alike.
Next home contest is November 17th versus the Saints, the annual Salute to Service game. Tickets are available. 

Abby and Miranda


Nicollette and Lindsey



Sarah Kimiah Emma Talyn

Nicollette and Jessica

Kristin and Kayla T.

Ashtan and Lizzy

Anna Brittany Lindsey Ariana



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Random Cheerleader Pic of the Day


Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders Get To Celebrate Victory Monday

First home win of the season. Bucs 30 Cardinals 27 (click to enlarge)

Denver Broncos Cheerleaders Photos from Week 9

The loss of a starting quarterback is always a bad thing because of the difficulty in replacing that level of production by a backup who has not had the benefit of all those reps.  There’s a reason why there’s a drop off, but that does not mean that a loss is a certainty.  In fact, if your teammates step up and rise to the occasion, the loss of a starting quarterback could be a minor bump on the road.

And that is what happened last Sunday, when the Denver Broncos started a replacement level quarterback for the injured Joe Flacco, who was lost for the season the week prior.  Brandon Allen was serviceable as Flacco’s replacement and the Broncos defense limited the struggling Browns to a pedestrian 19 points for the victory.

Final score: Broncos – 24, Browns – 19.

This week, the Denver Broncos were celebrating their Salute to Service week and their cheerleaders wore special commemorative uniforms.  Click here to view the Broncos game day gallery of images from last week.

Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders Photos from Week 9

The Arizona Cardinals battled valiantly against the undefeated San Francisco 49ers on Thursday Night Football, eventually succumbing 28 – 15.  Jimmy Garrapolo threw for 317 yards and four touchdowns to lead the 49ers, who had to withstand a furious 11 point comeback attempt in the fourth quarter by the Cardinals.  But the 49ers prevailed to remain the only 8-0 team in the NFL.

Moving on, let’s take a gander at the most recent Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders images.  Click here to view the Cardinals 77 image gallery from last Thursday night.

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Seattle Seahawks Cheerleaders Photos from Week 9

The most surprising and competitive game of Week 9 was the match up between the Seattle Seahawks and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  On paper, this should have been a rather easy win for the Seahawks, but the Buccaneers proved to be a most resilient foe, only succumbing to the home team in overtime.

Final score: Seahawks – 40, Buccaneers – 34 OT.

Seattle can be a little cold and moist this time of year and the latest images from the Pacific Northwest certainly look rather chilly.  See for yourself.  Click here to view the Seahawks gallery of images from Sunday.

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders Photos from Week 9

One of the biggest surprises of the season has been the play of the Baltimore Ravens and, more directly, the play of quarterback Lamar Jackson, who has been nothing short of amazing.  And this past week, the Ravens battled the New England Patriots…the unbeaten and consensus best team in the NFL, New England Patriots.  And, to my surprise, the Ravens came away victorious.  It wasn’t even close as the Ravens thoroughly dominated the Patriots from the get go.

Final score: Ravens – 37, Patriots – 20.

With the recap out of the way, let’s us take a look at the most recent photos of the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.   Click here to view the latest images from last Sunday.

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Miami Dolphins Top New York Jets For First Win Of Season

The Miami Dolphins celebrated their NFL Fantennial Game weekend with multiple events culminating in a thrilling victory over their AFC East main rival, the New York Jets.The Dolphins are winless no more, final score 26-18. Hopefully now the word “tanking” will disappear from the local news media. Congratulations out to first year coach Brian Flores in besting prior year coach Adam Gase. Coach Flores was emotional after game “we didn’t get off to the best start this season, a lot of adversity but these guys knew how to deal with it and have played well recently”. The rivalry will continue!
Game day is always very active at Hard Rock Stadium. The Dolphins did their military “everyday hero salute” to Command Sergeant Major, David S. Davenport Sr. (retired). With multiple deployments to Bosnia, Kosovo, Haiti and Irag the Major also served as sergeant major of the United States Army Training and Doctrine command. The fly over after the anthem was completed by the 482nd Fighter Wing of Homestead Air Reserve Base. Never gets old, chilling!
Every NFL cheering squad will occasionally step outside the box with something unique. The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders live outside the box. Innovation is their middle name. This year the ladies will be performing at the Broward County For The Performing Arts with UNIR, a show celebrating the power of dance! Tickets are now on sale for the February 20th show. Can a call from Broadway be far off? Link for more information is on the website HERE. 
Our thanks out to Ariann Denison, Manager, and Natalie Chernow, Coach and Choreographer, for letting Ultimate Cheerleaders spend a “winsome” Sunday with such a talented group of young professionals.





Emily M.


Shayla and Molly







Davia, Kayla C, and Katie

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Charger Girls Photos from Week 9

The unexpected happened last Sunday as the Los Angeles Chargers thoroughly dominated the visiting Green Bay Packers for a 26 – 11 victory.  It wasn’t that the Chargers won the game that was so unexpected.  No, it was they way in which the Chargers won that was so surprising.  A dominating defense held the vaunted Packers offense to a season worst performance largely by limiting Aaron Rodgers and holding them to a meager 45 yards rushing.  Additionally, the Chargers offense was able to move the ball effectively against the Packers all day long, scoring two touchdowns and four field goals.

This was also the Chargers’ Salute to Service celebration and the Charger Girls wore their traditional military themed uniforms, the absolute best in the NFL, to honor the occasion.  Click here to view the Chargers gallery of images from last Sunday.

Oakland Raiderettes Photos from Week 9

It’s been a while since we’ve last seen the Raiderettes at home and that’s because the Oakland Raiders have just returned from a five week sojourn that took them to Minneapolis, Indianapolis, London, Green Bay and Houston.  The team returned home to Oakland to play the visiting Detroit Lions in Week 9 and it was another chance to view the Raiderettes in the Oakland Coliseum before they relocate to Las Vegas next season.  Oakland fans should savor each and every one of these few remaining home games in the Bay Area because when they are gone, it will be an end of an era.

On to the photos.  Click here to view the latest Raiderettes game day photos.

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Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleaders Photos from Week 9

In Week 9 of the NFL regular season, the Kansas City Chiefs were involved in a thriller that literally came down to the last second.  Harrison Butker kicked a 44 yard field goal as time expired to deliver the win for the Chiefs.

Final score: Chiefs – 26, Vikings – 23.

With the win, the Chiefs maintain a game and a half lead over their nearest division rivals, the Oakland Raiders, in the AFC West.

Now let us change gears and take a look at the latest images of the Kansas City Cheerleaders, who were sporting commemorative camo uniforms to honor those who have served in the military.  Click here to view the Chiefs gallery of images from Sunday.