Marion Barber #24 of the Chicago Bears celebrates and A member of the Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders preforms in Halloween costumes
CHICAGO - OCTOBER 2: Marion Barber #24 of the Chicago Bears celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Carolina Panthers at Soldier Field on October 2, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images) BALTIMORE, MD - OCTOBER 30: A member of the Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders preforms in Halloween costumes during the second half of the Ravens and Arizona Cardinals game at M&T Bank Stadium on October 30, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Shampoo companies may want to contact Clay Matthews of the Green Bay Packers and this Buccaneers cheerleader for their next ad campaign.
Unlike this Jets cheerleader, Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan has curves in all the wrong places.
While this Saints cheerleader can strut her stuff in the Superdome, Packers linebacker Erik Walden is exposed to the elements.
The competition takes a licking at the hands of Marcel Reece of the Oakland Raiders and this Texans cheerleader.
To the sky
The Ravens' Torrey Smith and the Houston Texanas' cheerleaders take it to the highest level.
Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams and a Tennessee Titans cheerleader point out the most important part of Sunday football: the fans.
Jeremy Mincey of the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders do their best Michael Jackson impression.
Cam Newton and the Atlanta Falcons cheerleaders try to reach for the sky with their performances.
Watch out for the flying elbows of Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Jerome Simpson and this St. Louis Rams cheerleader.
On NFL game day, who strikes the better poses: the players or the cheerleaders? These photos show that both the men and the ladies can bring it on.
Mile High salute
This Texans cheerleader may be saluting the military with her outfit, but if Tim Tebow saw it, he'd probably salute her — or at least Tebow in her honor.
Let's hope Corey Graham of the Chicago Bears and this Dallas Cowboys cheerleader can recover from those back bends.
Kevin Smith of the Detroit Lions and the Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders do their best Radio City Rockettes impression.
Chest bump, anyone?
Cleveland's Greg Little (15) and Chris Ogbonnaya bang bodies as they celebrate a touchdown, and no one would flag these Bucs cheerleaders for illegal contact if they did the same.
Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Anthony Collins and this Oakland Raiders cheerleader pick it up during NFL action.
New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes and the New Orleans Saints cheerleaders spread their wings.
Why won't Jason Taylor of the Miami Dolphins and this Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader put their hands down?
Larry Foote of the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Kansas City Chiefs cheerleaders shake it on Sunday.
You and you
Jermichael Finley of the Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers cheerleaders know it's important to point out the fans.
Mark Sanchez of the New York Jets and this Houston Texans cheerleader show off their push-up prowess.
Back that thang up
The way this Seahawks cheerleader keeps her backfield in motion, Broncos strong safety Chris Harris had better stay on his toes.
Take a knee
Wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi of the Cleveland Browns and the Tennessee Titans cheerleaders are weak in the knees for football.
Don't mess with DeMarcus Ware of the Dallas Cowboys and this New York Jets cheerleader. They're going to stand their ground no matter what!
Step it up
LaDainian Tomlinson and this Panthers cheerleader kick it up a notch on the field.
We heard this is a great leg exercise and it looks like Fred Davis of the Washington Redskins and this Houston Texans cheerleader heard the same thing.
Marion Barber of the Chicago Bears and one Baltimore Ravens cheerleader make a flip for football.
The Redskins' Anthony Armstrong and this San Diego Chargers cheerleader like reaching for things in high places.
Donald Driver of the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys cheerleader get a leg up on the opposition.
Watch that arm
Who would you rather get elbowed by: A Steeler or a cheerleader?
Pack a punch
Steer clear of the left hooks from Houston Texans kicker Neil Rackers and this Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader.
Fly that flag
Drayton Florence of the Buffalo Bills and a Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader show their true colors.
Steve Breaston of the Kansas City Chiefs and this Houston Texanas cheerleader may have some trouble getting up after going that low.