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Texans Cheerleader’s Wild Photos Go Viral Before Browns Game

Texans Cheerleader’s Wild Photos Go Viral Before Browns Game

The Houston Texans and Cleveland Browns will face off on Saturday afternoon in an NFL Playoff game that nobody saw coming.

Entering the year, rookie C.J. Stroud was expected to have the sort of campaign that No. 1 overall pick, Bryce Young, wound up having. It was supposed to be mistake-filled, disappointing, and ultimately not particularly fruitful in terms of results.

The exact opposite ended up occurring. Stroud had a rookie season for the ages and Houston will be playing a playoff game as a result of his efforts.

Before kickoff, a Texans cheerleader found herself going viral over her wild photos:

 

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In headline-filled NFL week that saw Mina Kimes get criticized over her appearance, Brittany Mahomes’ outfit cause a stir, and Laura Rutledge suffer a wardrobe malfunction, it really says a lot about the Texans’ growing popularity that an unknown cheerleader could cause such a ruckus.

That is the kind of season Houston has been having, though.

The question now is whether the team can keep that momentum going.

Will the Texans be able to shock the world and beat the Browns on Saturday afternoon? An answer one way or the other will come soon enough.

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