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Bengals Banter: The 2011 Squad Of The Ben-GALS Announced

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CINCINNATI - DECEMBER 26:  A Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader performs during the NFL game against the San Diego Chargers at Paul Brown Stadium on December 26 2010 in Cincinnati Ohio. The Bengals 34-20.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
CINCINNATI - DECEMBER 26: A Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader performs during the NFL game against the San Diego Chargers at Paul Brown Stadium on December 26 2010 in Cincinnati Ohio. The Bengals 34-20. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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+ In The Immortal Words of Idiocracy's Frito: I Like Cheerleaders. We generally don't post pictures of scantily-clad woman on these pages. But why, asks beer-guzzling testosterone driving football fan. Well for one, it just seems like a cheap way to get boost a site's popularity. Since you probably see through that lie, we just don't have licensing for pictures that would be dumped into a "babe of the day" feature. So we have to resort to the written word, rather than featuring the visual stimulation of the fairer sex, which according to our source, would be a mighty fine idea.

That's why the following will have more of an impact with the written word: Bengals 2011 cheerleading squad announced. Laura Vikmanis, the famous 42-year old mother of two girls that could be the subject of a movie, returns. All of the ladies are fine, but we have one suggestion to whomever is setting up the photography. The makeup. It has to go.

After it was all said and done, 64 Ben-Gals tried out for 30 spots on the squad (hint: there's a photo gallery here). So we'd like to congratulate each Ben-Gal for making the squad. Welcome!

+ Ocho Please Be Gone-o. ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter believes that the New England Patriots makes the most sense for Chad Ochocinco when the Bengals decide to release him. Before you wet yourself, the finality of the decision to release Chad is our conjecture, not Schefter's. If not the Patriots, then the Washington Redskins and Chicago Bears could factor in.

 

+ Bengals Quarterback Coach Is Happy. Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer shows how the Bengals quarterback coach is excited about the new offense with rookie quarterback Andy Dalton and wide receiver A.J. Green. We're not sure how excited everyone will be once everyone remembers that Nate Livings and Dennis Roland could still be on the offensive line's roster.