|PIT - 61' Steelerettes|
From their beginning in 1961 until their demise in 1969, all members of the Steelerettes were full-time students at Robert Morris Junior College in Pittsburgh.
Robert Morris was a small Junior College without a football team who had unofficially adopted the Steelers as "their team". An administrator at the College, William Day, also served as the entertainment coordinator for the Steelers. It was his idea to hold tryouts at the College and select a group of young coeds to perform on the field.
|VS||CLE - 47' Marching Band|
The Browns also do not have cheerleaders. However, during the 1940s, the Browns had an all-girl marching band.
In the picture above, you can see team founder Arthur B. McBride having a little fun with the leggy girls from the 1947 squad.
|Previous Results (Click score for matchup)|
|MIA 34 NYJ 4||NYG 7 WAS 19|
|BUF 16 NE 17||DAL 22 PHI 16|
|BAL 9 CIN 11||GB 10 CHI 5|
Vote for the cheerleader you like best.|
The winner advances their team to the next round.
Which cheerleaders do you like best?
1961 Steelerettes (PIT) (4 votes)
1947 Marching Band (CLE) (15 votes)
19 total votes