Found September 07, 2012 on
I’ve been saying this for three years now and I’m gonna say it again. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers cheerleaders are day in and day out a top 5 cheerleading squad in the NFL. Not in any order but I think I dig the Dolphins Girls, Bucs Girls, Texans Girls as my top 3 right now. If I had to pick something I like best, it’s definitely the black boots that the Bucs girls wear. They’re just so badass.
In any event, these pictures are from their first appearance on a field this season. It was a pre-season game against the Titans. Anyone remember the score of that game? Me neither.
Check out the pics after the jump….
As usual, thanks to Jackson for the photos
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