Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders Create Music Video For 'Blurred Lines' By Robin Thicke

By Dan Parzych
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders
(Steve Mitchell/USA Today Sports)

A couple of weeks ago, the New Orleans Saints and Miami Dolphins cheerleaders released their own music videos of the hit Taylor Swift song “22”–which was a huge hit for just about every football fan regardless if you liked the song or not. Now, it looks like the cheerleaders of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are attempting to create the next popular music video to re-create–“Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke.

It’s safe to say Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” has become one of the most popular songs of summer–mainly because of how catchy it is and the scandalous music video that came along with it. Just like Thicke’s video, this version conducted by the Buccaneers cheerleaders is filled with plenty of beautiful women showing off their dance moves and even though they may not be singing along like we’ve seen in the past–it’s still fun to watch.

The best part of this video is how Tampa Bay’s mascot Captain Fear gets to play the main role of Thicke’s character in the music video and he apparently has some sweet dance moves of his own that he shows off throughout the song. When talking about great promotions to sell calendars for the upcoming season, the Buccaneers deserves all of the credit in the world for coming up with a great idea like this.

Of course, the main question football fans want to know is which group of cheerleaders will be next to create another version of Thicke’s hit song.

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