Cincinnati Bengals Cheerleaders’ Wild Photos Cause A Stir

Cincinnati Bengals Cheerleaders’ Wild Photos Cause A Stir

The Cincinnati Bengals had a very strong 2022-23 NFL campaign.

Although the team got off to a slow start and failed to make the Super Bowl the way they had their prior season, the Bengals still proved themselves to be a consistent force in the AFC.

In addition to the players thriving from to start to finish last year, the team’s cheerleaders did quite nicely for themselves as well.

Better than most of the league’s other cheerleading squads, in fact.

This past week the Bengals’ official social media account shared some wild photos of the cheerleaders from the season that was. It was quite the trip down memory lane.

This isn’t the first time Cincinnati’s cheerleaders have gone viral. Some memorable photos also caused a stir the week of the AFC Championship Game, too. Though nobody could be blamed for forgetting about that given that it came the same week those DMs a groupie sent quarterback Joe Burrow leaked out.

And pretty much any time anything cheerleading-related is posted to the official social media account, it immediately sets the web ablaze.

Case in point:

Cheerleading aside, it will be interesting to see how the Bengals fare next season. Obviously they took a mild step back last year from almost winning a championship one year earlier, but not a significant one.

This offseason will be different, though. They face the very real prospect of losing both Joe Mixon and Tee Higgins as Burrow’s next deal looms, and it could have serious consequences for their offense.

Burrow, for his part, doesn’t seem to be sweating it. He and his girlfriend, Olivia Holzmacher, are partying it up in the offseason. Not a care in the world.

Soon enough, though – it will be time to get back to work.

Will Burrow and the Bengals be able to right last year’s wrong, make it back to the Super Bowl in 2024 and give their cheerleaders something meaningful to cheer about? Time will tell.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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