The Patriots home game on October 16th vs. the Cincinnati Bengals was a very fun and special game for the New England Patriots Cheerleaders. During the pregame ceremony, the cheerleaders showed their support for Breast Cancer Awareness month by wearing their pink uniforms while joining more than 150 breast cancer survivors and their loved ones to form a BCA ribbon on the field. The ribbon served as a beautiful symbol, helping to promote the NFL's "Crucial Catch" initiative, reminding us that the first step to being a breast cancer survivor is diagnosis. Following the pregame ceremony, the cheerleaders continued to demonstrate their support for breast cancer awareness, wearing their pink uniforms through the first half of the game.
After halftime, the cheerleaders showed their festive side, changing into costumes in celebration of Halloween. For the second half of the game, the cheerleaders performed dressed as leopards, teddy bears, sharks, and pirates to name a few. The "Halloween game" is traditionally a cheerleader and fan favorite each year!
In addition to being yet another win for that Patriots, these fun costume changes made this game very memorable for the fans and the Patriots Cheerleaders.
Check out great photos from the game here:
The New England Patriots Cheerleaders performed during the home game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, October 16, 2016