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Minnesota Vikings Cheerleader’s Wild Preseason Photos Cause A Stir

Minnesota Vikings Cheerleader’s Wild Preseason Photos Cause A Stir

A Minnesota Vikings cheerleader’s wild preseason photos caused a stir this week amid the squad’s preparation for the coming 2023-24 NFL season.

Last year Minnesota experienced the highest of highs and lowest of lows. All season long the Vikings looked like one of the league’s best teams, at least in terms of record. They owned the NFC North and seemed primed to do some playoff damage.

Unfortunately, no matter how well they played, nobody had any faith in Kirk Cousins, Justin Jefferson and Co. Everyone maintained that in the postseason, they would falter.

When the postseason rolled around – that is precisely what happened. The Vikings imploded in epic fashion, ultimately getting upset by the New York Giants in the NFC Wild Card Game.

As ugly as that loss was, one part of the organization that continuously kept fans upbeat was the cheerleading squad. Multiple dancers amassed huge followings on social media as a result.

One Vikings cheerleader in particular caused something of a stir this week with her wild preseason photos.

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In a week where a Jacksonville Jaguars cheerleader’s provocative personal photos went viral, a Vikings cheerleader blowing up online in similar fashion makes perfect sense.

The Minnesota cheerleader in those photos, Kiki, also went viral for her racy photos last month as well.

Kiki’s general social media posts always do crazy numbers as well.

 

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Big picture, it will be interesting to see what sort of campaign the Vikings can put together in 2023-24.

Last season this group made as many headlines for Jefferson’s troubling leaked text messages and their fans staring at the big butts of Philadelphia Eagles fans as anything they did on the field.

Part of that has to do with the fact that nobody fully takes Minnesota seriously as a legitimate Super Bowl contender. In 2022-23 this group went 13-4, but 11 of those victories came in games decided by eight or fewer points.

One of the wins, in particular, was that insane fluke of an outing where the Indianapolis Colts inexplicably blew a 33-0 halftime lead.

If those same type of games don’t go Minnesota’s way in the new year, things might look very different record-wise for them in 2023-24.

Losing the likes of Adam Thielen, Patrick Peterson, Dalvin Tomlinson and Eric Kendricks to free agency, and then trading 10-sack pass-rusher Za’Darius Smith, won’t make things any easier.

Watching Dalvin Cook do his thing for the New York Jets instead of the Vikings also probably won’t leave the sweetest of take in fans’ mouths.

That being said, this group still has Jefferson. And Cousins is one of the league’s more decent quarterback options. If Alexander Mattison and Jordan Addison can step into the roles left behind by Cook and Thielen, maybe Minnesota can surprise some folks next season.

Should all that end up coming to fruition, the Vikings cheerleaders may have a lot more to be hyped about in 2023-24 than some of the team’s more ardent doubters believe they will.

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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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