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Commanders Cheerleader’s Wild Photos Go Viral After 49ers Loss

Commanders Cheerleader’s Wild Photos Go Viral After 49ers Loss

A Washington Commanders cheerleader saw her wild photos go viral this week after the team’s unfortunate loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

Coming into this year, a lot of optimism surrounding Ron Rivera and Co. The hope was that between bringing in Eric Bieniemy and a full offseason of preparation for Sam Howell, the squad would be able to get something going offensively.

In the end – that didn’t end up happening. Washington is 4-12 after 16 games and continues to be one of the more disappointing teams in the entire NFL.

While the team has undeniably underperformed all year long, one of the Commanders’ cheerleaders has really made a name for herself over the last few months. This week, her wild photos went viral after the 49ers game:

 

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In a football week where two teams emerged as legit Justin Fields trade suitors, the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders’ wild photos went viral and Sam Ponder’s scandalous outfit set the internet ablaze, it is telling that an otherwise unknown Commanders cheerleader could cause such a stir in this fashion.

And yet that is precisely what ended up happening.

After this weekend’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, Washington’s season will mercifully come to an end.

Will the Commanders’ front office be able to figure out a way to put a winning product on the field next season? Time will tell.

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