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The Houston Texans Cheerleaders Had a Bikini BBQ And I Think I’m Moving To Texas

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Are you down because the weekend is over? It’s understandable, no one likes to say goodbye. But at least the Houston Texans cheerleaders are here to “cheer” you up (sorry).

The crew of gorgeous gals hosted their fist Annual HTC Picnic on Sunday. They chilled, they grilled, they played volleyball and swam in the pool. They did all this in their bikinis, which we are very grateful for.

Now the optimist in us all can see this as a day of fun in the sun. But this also could be viewed as a direct challenge to the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders for the title of hottest cheerleading squad in the NFL. Personally, we’re hoping it’s the latter. There’s nothing we want to see more than an all-out cheerleader war Game of Thrones style. Yes, in this scenario the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders are the Lannisters.

So if you’re down with a case of the Mondays and in need of a serious pick-me-up, be sure to check out the gallery above. If nothing else, it’ll whet your appetite for football season.


Houston Texans

The Houston Texans were first established on October 6, 1999 and played their first season in 2002 as an expansion team, making them the youngest franchise in the NFL. The Texans replaced Houston’s previous team, the Houston Oilers, who moved to Tennessee and became the Tennessee Titans.

The team’s majority owner is Bob McNair. While the team mainly struggled in the 2000s, they clinched their first playoff berth during the 2011 season as AFC South division champions. The Texans have gone on to win more AFC South championships in 2012, 2015, and 2016. To date, the Texans are the only NFL franchise to have never played in a conference championship game.

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    A New York native & proud couch potato who loves all things pop culture. I can usually be found writing, making videos and ranking all the warriors in "Game of Thrones" based on their fighting prowess.
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