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Football and cheerleaders go together like peanut butter and jelly Justin Layne Jersey , macaroni and cheese, chocolate, marshmallow and graham crackers – well – you get the point. Cheerleading squads are so intertwined with football that it's difficult to imagine one without the other. Though strangely enough, of the 32 NFL teams, there are still 6 who don't have squads – the Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Giants, Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears, and Cleveland Browns. Given the disastrous years some of those teams have had over the last few seasons, you'd think they'd want to run a cheerleading squad out there just to give the fans some distraction from the abomination they're putting on the field. But that's neither here nor there, we suppose.Cheerleaders are more than just pom-pom shaking pretty faces though. Well, they are that, but they're much more than that. The squads are often heavily involved in their communities, performing for the troops on the USO tours, developing apps to keep the squads and their teams tightly connected with their fans, and perform a ton of charity work. Some cheerleaders have gone on to be reporters, actresses, models (of course), beauty pageant winners (also, of course), professional athletes, singers, and even stand up comedians. A couple of Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders even recently had their heads shaved to honor coach Chuck Pagano – who was diagnosed with cancer – and to raise money for cancer research. The pair combined to raise more than $20,000 dollars with that one act.CNBC.com ranks the leagues cheerleading squads annually http://www.steelersfootballauthentics.com/benny-snell-jr.-jersey-authentic , based on a number of factors that include of course, their “hotness,” but also take into account other factors like community service, use of technology to push their “brand,” and charitable works, among other things. Michele Crawford-Carnegie, a seven year veteran of the Atlanta Falcons cheerleading team, and the owner of the Alumni Cheerleaders social networking site, gave her power rankings of the 2013 NFL cheerleading squads. And she picked some good ones, let us tell you.With that in mind then, here are the NFL's top 10 cheerleading squads. The toughest moment of Mike Leake’s stellar night was missing a chance for a shutout.

Leake pitched eight sparkling innings, Mitch Haniger drove in three runs and the Seattle Mariners snapped a season-high five-game losing streak with a 7-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday.

With closer Edwin Diaz needing some work, Seattle manager Scott Servais had to deliver the bad news to Leake.

”Very tough, very, very hard,” Servais said. ”I told him: `Mike, 99 percent of the time I wouldn’t take you out of this game, but we need to get Eddie out there.”’

Leake (8-4) gave up three singles, struck out five and walked two six days after he allowed five runs and took the loss against the Red Sox at Safeco Field. Diaz gave up two runs in the ninth.

”I wanted it,” Leake said. ”I was ready, but they wanted to give Diaz work, so there’s no fight there.”

His last shutout was on Sept. 30, 2015, for San Francisco against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Nelson Cruz had three hits and scored twice a night after hitting two homers and driving in seven runs for Seattle, which went on its skid after beating Boston two straight at home last weekend.

J.D. Martinez had two singles for Boston after going 4 for 5 with five RBIs when the Red Sox collected a season-high 20 hits in a 14-10 victory Friday.

Eduardo Rodriguez (9-2) gave up five runs Zach Gentry Jersey , four earned, in four innings, snapping his personal six-game win streak. The Red Sox were 13-1 in his starts this season.

”Today was just the command with the pitches, you know what I mean?” he said.

Red Sox manager Alex Cora said Rodriguez’s lack of command with his cutter was the difference from last weekend when he was solid against the Mariners. He said both of Haniger’s doubles came off the pitch.

”Those two pitches, compared to last week, last week we attack them away, Eduardo did and tonight he tried to go in and it didn’t work,” he said.

Playing on a cool, misty night, the Mariners managed to close out the Red Sox after blowing two five-run leads during their slide, including Friday.

Seattle broke it open with three runs in the fourth. Haniger made it 4-0 with a two-out, two-run double off the Green Monster. He scored from second on Kyle Seager’s infield hit when Rodriguez slipped covering first and turned late for the plate.

Haniger also had an RBI double in the first.

TRAINER’S ROOM

Mariners: SS Jean Segura missed his third straight game with a right forearm infection. ”The swelling has gone down quite a bit,” Servais said. The plan was for him to hit and field to see where he’d be for Sunday afternoon’s game.

Red Sox: Cora said LHP Drew Pomeranz (10-day DL, left biceps tendinitis) felt better after throwing off a mound on Friday. He threw lightly on Saturday and Cora said he ”might do another bullpen” on Monday. … 3B Rafael Devers fouled a ball of his foot and came out after completing his at-bat. ”He’s OK,” Cora said.

SHORT-HANDED SOX

Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts and shortstop Xander Bogaerts were both out of the lineup.

Cora said Betts was ”a little bit under the weather. He had no energy.” The All-Star outfielder entered Saturday with a .342 average, second-best in the majors, with 19 homers and 39 RBIs.

Bogaerts left Friday’s game after he sprained his left index finger on a headfirst slide to second.

YOU AGAIN

For the second straight game, both starters had faced the same team in their previous start. Rodriguez earned the win, allowing only two runs in six innings last Sunday in Seattle.

”It does make it a little bit more challenging for the pitcher in my mind,” Servais said before the game.

Cora said: ”You have to make an adjustment just to make an adjustment.”

UP NEXT

Mariners: LHP Marco Gonzales (7-4, 3.80 ERA) is slated to start the series finale Sunday. He’s 6-2 with a 2.88 ERA in his last 11 starts.

Red Sox: LHP Chris Sale (6-4, 2.74) is set to start. The ace has allowed one or no runs in nine of 17 starts this season and is 5-1 with a 2.09 ERA in his career against Seattle.


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