The fans at the Oakland Raiders-Dallas Cowboys NFL game got quite a show for their money between the football game, the cheerleaders and, of course, the halftime show with Selena Gomez.
NFL cheerleaders are in midseason form and keeping the fans cheering for the home teams.
NFL cheerleaders entertain the crowds during football season.
NFL cheerleaders keep the football fans fired up even though in some cases their teams aren't doing well.
NFL cheerleaders entertain the crowds and keep them excited from Thursday to Monday night's games.
The preseason has come to an end, and teams have made their cuts to form their 53-man rosters. Check out the preseason action from Aug. 29, 2013, and get pumped for the Ravens-Broncos season-opener on Sept. 5.
NFL cheerleaders show their moves during the third week of the preseason.
NFL cheerleaders get ready for the regular season with preseason performances at Thursday's, Friday's, Saturday's, Sunday's and Monday's games.
Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant pulls in a pass despite the tight defense from Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson.
GLENDALE - The Dallas Cowboys had a gift for Bruce Arians in his first home game as Arizona coach.
Packers starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers played for three drives and completed 10 of 12 passes for 134 yards. Good numbers, but the team had only two field goals during that time.
ST. LOUIS - Aaron Rodgers got the Packers on the scoreboard for the first time in the preseason but settled for six points after three productive drives Saturday night in a 19-7 victory over the Rams.
ARLINGTON, Texas - Tony Romo is rested and ready. He has a big new contract and big new responsibilities.
Tony Romo, who signed a six-year, $108 million contract, will try to help Dallas improve on 8-8 in each of the last two years.
Dallas strong safety Eric Frampton tackles Washington's Alfred Morris in the second half. Dallas missed the playoffs for the third straight season.
Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III celebrates his touchdown during the second half of Sunday's victory over Dallas.
LANDOVER, Md. - Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris needed only four months to put the Washington Redskins in a place they haven't been this millennium - on top of the NFC East.
Redskins' Robert Griffin III already has the NFL record for rushing yards by a rookie quarterback (752) and could claim rookie records for QB rating, completion percentage and lowest percentage of passes intercepted.
WASHINGTON - As the only Redskins player born and bred in the nation's capital, Joshua Morgan went up against the Cowboys many times in his imagination long before he did so in the NFL.
ATLANTA - Michael Turner finally found some room to run in the second half. It was just in time for the NFL's last unbeaten team.