NFL Cheerleaders Of Week 2

Cleveland Browns v Indianapolis Colts
Cleveland Browns v Indianapolis Colts
Colts cheerleaders perform during the game between the Indianapolis Colts against the Cleveland Browns at Lucas Oil Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (credit: Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
Houston Texans v Miami Dolphins
Houston Texans v Miami Dolphins
Dolphins' cheerleaders during a game at Sun Life Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (credit: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Houston Texans v Miami Dolphins
Houston Texans v Miami Dolphins
Dolphins' cheerleaders during a game at Sun Life Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (credit: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Houston Texans v Miami Dolphins
Houston Texans v Miami Dolphins
Dolphins' cheerleaders during a game at Sun Life Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (credit: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Houston Texans v Miami Dolphins
Houston Texans v Miami Dolphins
Dolphins' cheerleaders during a game at Sun Life Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (credit: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Houston Texans v Miami Dolphins
Houston Texans v Miami Dolphins
Dolphins' cheerleaders during a game at Sun Life Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (credit: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Houston Texans v Miami Dolphins
Houston Texans v Miami Dolphins
Dolphins' cheerleaders during a game at Sun Life Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (credit: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
Broncos cheerleaders at Invesco Field at Mile High on September 18, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. (credit: Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
Broncos cheerleaders at Invesco Field at Mile High on September 18, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. (credit: Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
Bronco cheerleaders at Invesco Field at Mile High on September 18, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. (credit: Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers v Carolina Panthers
Green Bay Packers v Carolina Panthers
Top Cats perform during their game at Bank of America Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (credit: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers v Carolina Panthers
Green Bay Packers v Carolina Panthers
Top Cats perform during their game at Bank of America Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (credit: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
Broncos cheerleaders at Invesco Field at Mile High on September 18, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. (credit: Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
Broncos cheerleaders at Invesco Field at Mile High on September 18, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. (credit: Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
Philadelphia Eagles v Atlanta Falcons
Philadelphia Eagles v Atlanta Falcons
Falcons cheerleaders at Georgia Dome on September 18, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. (credit: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
The Denver Broncos cheerleaders perform on the field prior to the start of the fourth quarter against the Cincinnati Bengals at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on September 18, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. (credit: Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
Cincinnati Bengals v Denver Broncos
A member of the Denver Broncos cheerleaders performs during a break in the action against the Cincinnati Bengals at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on September 18, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. (credit: Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)
Oakland Raiders v Buffalo Bills
Oakland Raiders v Buffalo Bills
A Buffalo Bills cheerleader dances during an NFL game against the Oakland Raiders at Ralph Wilson Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Orchard Park, New York. (credit: Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)
Arizona Cardinals v Washington Redskins
Arizona Cardinals v Washington Redskins
Redskins cheerleaders perform during the second half at FedExField on September 18, 2011 in Landover, Maryland. Washington defeated the Arizona 22-21. (credit: Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Arizona Cardinals v Washington Redskins
Arizona Cardinals v Washington Redskins
Redskins cheerleaders perform during the second half at FedExField on September 18, 2011 in Landover, Maryland. Washington defeated the Arizona 22-21. (credit: Rob Carr/Getty Images)

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  1. Subhi says:

    “Fergie doesn’t go around mkanig racial slurs against quarterbacks or playing ‘Barack The Magic Negro’ on the radio.”Hey ‘oily’…. You are as ignorant of facts as the MEDIA. Rush didn’t come up with ‘Barack the Magic Negro’. That was from a piece supporting Obama in one the Dems’ newspapers…the LA Times. He was mkanig fun of them getting a pass on using such racially descriptive metaphors. Why don’t you educate yourself before mkanig yourself into a fool. You don’t know of what you write except to prove the blatant political double standard !!!!!

    1. Ehis says:

      Everything I know about baseball I aeernld by the age of eight. I’ve been seriously watching football for most of the last 20 years (and all of the last 10) and I still get stumped by some penalty call or strategic move at least once a Sunday. I can’t even keep the positions straight in my head half the time.Maybe it’s just that I grew up playing baseball and have never played a single down of organized football, but baseball has always seemed to me an incredibly simple game with easy-to-understand, straight-forward rules and strategy whereas football is something else entirely something complicated and often perplexing.I would like to draw two somethings in red ink. What are you talking about?

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    1. Tanya says:

      When I was in high school, we had one male chreeleader, and during school functions everyone would go crazy when he would come out and do all kinds of flippidy dippidy stunts and crap, and he got all the chicks. As long as you’re confident in what you’re doing, and having fun doing it, no one will think down on you, in fact quite the opposite, if you’re good at it.

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    2. Mohd says:

      I feel this is largely miromfisning to someone who doesn’t understand how the frameworks work as the approaches and architectures wildly differ:For example, would fork in two processes and that’s the only reason it won the benchmark. It’s a nice feature but one could argue that this should be handled elsewhere (loadbalancer/clustering).gevent is largely written in C (well, pyrex apparently) and that’s the reason it’s the second fastest (it would clearly win if would run in single process mode).Also, the code approaches differ, some start coroutines/greenlets/whateverlets on a new connection and some don’t. This is a very important difference and the results can differ much depending on this aspect.The error rates worry me – I think it’s a good exercise to find out why they happen. I would add portability and test code coverage to the comparison table.

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    1. Avril says:

      None of that really makes the game of aeasbbll any more complicated than any other sport. That’s just the same sort of statistical analysis that happens any time adults get paid huge amounts of money to play a game. Even something as stupid and boring as soccer features statisticians figuring out how to maximize scoring in given situations.I think what it really comes down to for me in the Which Sport is More Complex? argument is the sheer number of moving bodies in any given play. Every single football play features 22 guys going at it, each doing their individual task. Even the most complex aeasbbll situation numbers-wise (bases loaded), only features 13 active players. And let’s be honest, most of them will just be standing around holding a glove.Of course, I’m having a hard time arguing against aeasbbll. It’s my lifelong favorite sport and I’d take a World Series victory over a Super Bowl win any year (which is good since I’m a Bengals fan).

      1. Sam says:

        I would rather have Scheffler than Olsen anadyy Just look at each individuals running game and that tells you who’s a more complete player. Scheffler will hit DE/LB’s in the mouth, Olsen will go running from them. Scheffler is the guy we need to complete this offensive overhaul.JT im completely with you on this, i would love to see Mays in the first round, but i also wouldnt mind that monster of a guard (from idaho i think). Even if we resign Williams, he can mentor the dude. I also wouldnt mind Spikes if he fell to us. Then in round 2 take best available. If we get a vet TE, it just opens the draft up for us and allows us to draft guys’ based on skill/productivity instead of our needs .things are looking good, go bengals, keep it up.

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      3. Alejo says:

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      4. Adem says:

        The benchmarked does NOT proefrk and thus uses only one process. This functionality has only been added very recently to the trunk.I don’t really think it is an issue how a certain framework has been implemented. The end user only cares about the ease of use and its performance. Not wether the heavy lifting is being done by an external library (such as libevent) or an optimized inner loop.I agree with you that there is some inconsistency with the functionality of the different implementations. A more thorough test could make those irrelevant. Ie, instead of a single ping-pong make the respond to multiple ‘ping!’ requests by a single client, each fired with a certain interval.

    2. Nath says:

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    2. Karoline says:

      For those who are interested, I do not claim to know where Obama was born nor do I preetnd to have any idea what Bush happened to know or not know at any point in time. Nor do I care. All that concerns me is the $955 billion of their combined 2008-2009 stimulus plans, which as a percent of GDP was one-third larger than the first two years of the New Deal.There is really no need for anyone manufacture a reason to justify their decision to not read RGD; if you don’t want to think about the possibility that the reported economic recovery is not real, then don’t read it. You’ll find out soon enough, one way or another. And I would encourage everyone who reads RGD to do so as carefully and as critically as possible. I could certainly be wrong. I rather hope I am wrong No matter what happens, a lot of economists are going to be wrong, as can be seen in the chapter where each of the six most likely scenarios are laid out and some of the better-known adherents of each scenario are listed.Anyhow, for those who doubt my ability to reason on such matters, here is I made in the past. I suggest these may be more relevant to the subject at hand than any amount of kookiness regarding things such as the correct location of the presidential manger.

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    1. Daniel says:

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