As has become a yearly tradition, the Jacksonville Jaguars find themselves on the outside of the playoffs, looking in.
The Jags haven’t advanced past the regular season since 2007, but at least one part of their franchise has been improving: Whitney Cowart, a second year cheerleader, was just named Busted Coverage’s NFL Cheerleader Of The Year.
After examining the evidence, you’ll see why.
Unfortunately, in Whitney’s two years cheering on the Jags, the team has only managed four home wins. Jacksonville’s general manager David Caldwell needs to ink Cowart to a long-term deal before she decides to take her talents to a better team.
Alright, I get that GMs don’t sign cheerleaders. Whatever. You know what I mean.