It was another beautiful day in sunny Southern California. The weather was a warm 73 degrees and it finally feels like fall has arrived. Yeah…fall for is us 70 degree weather and clear blue skies…just another day in paradise.
And what a better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than with some football. This week the Oakland Raiders were in town to test their mettle against the Chargers. After losing the last three games, the Boys in Blue were looking to get healthy against the win less Raiders. Everyone wins against the Raiders. It’s been a year since the Raiders last won, that’s 16 straight losses.
In a rather dull affair, Charger quarterback Philip Rivers threw a 22 yard touchdown pass to Malcom Floyd on the third play of the game and that was the only points needed to vanquish the Raiders as they could only muster two field goals all game. The Chargers added two field goals of their own to finish the scoring.
Final Score: Chargers – 13, Raiders – 6
Where was I? Oh yeah, paradise. When you live in paradise, this is what your cheerleaders wear in November.
It was Salute to Service week in the NFL, so the Charger Girls donned sexy military themed uniforms to celebrate the occasion. No parkas and dance pants for the Charger Girls, booyah!
As is customary, we begin this week’s coverage with the Captains: Katelyn, Clarisse, Angela M., and Natalie.
This week’s Charger Girl of the Day was born in Delaware and raised in California, introducing…Denise.
Let’s begin this week’s coverage of the military inspired uniformed Charger Girls in alphabetical order with Alexa, Alexandra, Alexis, Angela G., Angelica, Anjelica (Jelly), Bridget C., and Bridget J.
We continue our parade of Ab Fab Charger Girls with Brittney, Delani, CGOTD, Denise, Devin, Dominique, Elizabeth, Gabrielle, and Jayme.
We conclude our military roll call with Karissa, Kayla, Lindsay, Shelbi, Tawnie, Tina, Tinaiya and Whitney.
And here are a few images of the Charger Girls performing their quarter break routines. My thanks to their male assistants for keeping my sight lines clear.
And this week marks the return of one of my favorite former Charger Girls, Katrina Jo. She was back in San Diego, serving as one of the four sideline coordinators for the Charger Girls.
I have said this before, but I am truly blessed to live in Southern California. The weather is great. We have some amazing sports teams. And we have the hottest dance team in the NFL, your Charger Girls.