Hot Pictures of Oakland Raiders Cheerleaders From the 2013 Season
Hot Pictures of the Oakland Raiderettes
When it comes to the Oakland Raiders, they aren’t exactly known for being successful out on the football field. In terms of cheerleaders, though, there aren’t many pro teams held in higher esteem – except maybe the Dallas Cowboys or Los Angeles Lakers.
Seeing as the Raiders’ 2013 campaign was over as soon as Week 16 came to a close, there’s little for fans to do except wait for free agency or the 2014 NFL Draft to get under way. That’s why we’re here, though – to make sure that fans stay entertained during the dead part of the offseason.
So why not take a look at some of the hot Raiders cheerleader shots from the 2013 season? It’s certainly better than wishing Oakland would have finished better than 4-12. Or wondering why the Raiders didn’t give Terrelle Pryor more of an opportunity to be the starting quarterback instead of giving Matt McGloin a go. Don’t even begin wasting your time contemplating what would have happen had Darren McFadden stayed healthy for once in his NFL career.
It’s all a waste of your time, so don’t bother.
You know what isn’t a waste of time, though? Checking out hot cheerleaders strutting their stuff while donning the silver and black of the Raiders. It’s definitely more worthwhile than pretending the team actually could have been better than they were last season.
Here’s a look at 30 hot pictures of Raiders cheerleaders that will keep you warm throughout the winter and into the spring.
Oh, Hi There Raiderette
This Raiderette Is Looking Right At You
Raiderette At The Pro Bowl
A Raiderette Christmas
More Raiderette Christmas
A Raiderette Present For You
Smile, Raiderette, Smile
A Gaggle of Raiderettes
I See You Raiderette
Raiderette Pom Poms
A Wild Raiderette
Another Wild Raiderette
A Very Excited Raiderette
Another Very Excited Raiderette
Shake it Raiderette
Bye Bye Raiderettes
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