A Jacksonville Jaguars cheerleader found herself trending this week after her wild Halloween costume went viral.
After last season’s memorable run that saw them not only make the playoffs, but win a game in epic fashion, Jacksonville’s momentum hasn’t slowed down at all.
The Jaguars are currently the top seed in the AFC South and seem primed to finish the year as one of the league’s better squads.
Because of how relevant the franchise has become as of late, all aspects of the organization are seeing fresh attention. Including the cheerleaders.
This week, one Jaguars cheerleader in particular went viral over her choice of Halloween costume.
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Does this costume rise to the level of Aaron Rodgers’ girlfriend, Mallory Edens’ racy costume? Obviously not. But it is still pretty good. Also, this Jaguars cheerleader’s costume blowing up online comes mere days after Trevor Lawrence’s wife, Marissa, had her wild Halloween party photos set the internet ablaze.
Fun times aside, it will be interesting to see what Jacksonville looks like in the second half of the season.
Over the new few weeks the Jaguars will face off against a San Francisco 49ers group struggling to find its identity, a Tennessee Titans team on the verge of blowing up its roster and a very green Houston Texans club.
That should three wins for them – no questions asked.
From there Lawrence and Co. have a surging Cincinnati Bengals squad, a surprisingly gritty Cleveland Browns team, a Baltimore Ravens unit you never know what to expect from and an unexpectedly formidable Tampa Bay Buccaneers group.
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They could easily go something like 2-2 in that stretch.
From there Jacksonville closes the year out with an easy win against the Carolina Panthers and another game against the Titans.
All in all, the pieces are in place for the Jaguars to thrive this season. Will they be able to take advantage? Time will tell.
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.