The Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders are showing off their Christmas outfits and they're getting everybody into the holiday spirit.
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The world-renowned Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders are showing off their Christmas outfits and getting everybody into the holiday spirit. It’s a tradition like no other in the NFL.

Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders at the 2022 Christmas Extravaganza: Screenshot – Frost YouTube Video

Kicking off the festivities are Darian Lassiter and Jessica Bowman who are listed as “veterans” on the squad’s official website. The pair posted some Instagram pics prior to last weekend’s contest against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Lassiter captioned the images, “Slay bells ring, are you listenin’?”

They’ve definitely got our attention. We’re listenin’ and watchin’.

Lassiter and Bowman are both listed as being in their fourth year with the Cowboys cheerleading team.

The Cowboys players must have gotten some extra motivation from the Christmas outfits as well, sleighing the Eagles 33-13.

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Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Have Everybody In The Holiday Spirit

Joining in on the act was another veteran, Karley Swindel who posted a playful video to her own Instagram account. The video is set to the Christmas song Candy Cane Lane by Sia.

Swindel captioned her post by parodying the lyrics to the song: “Take a trip down VICTORY lane with me.”

The second-year Dallas Cowboys cheerleader lists in her bio, “One thing (she) can’t live without.”

Her answer: “Jesus Christ, coffee, and chocolate!”

Her Christmas outfit might be one thing we can’t live without after seeing this video.

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Getting Ready For The Christmas Extravaganza

It looks like the lovely Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders are showing off their outfits from the 7th annual Cowboys Christmas Extravaganza which has been running since mid-November.

The show is set to end on December 16th.

Special guest appearances remaining include Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and his wife on the 15th, and Hall of Fame running back Tony Dorsett and his family.

And while the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders are decking the halls and trimming the trees, the football team is also in the giving spirit.

They’ve gift-wrapped their last five opponents a nice shiny loss, outscoring them by an average score of 40-17.

If they keep up this pace we might catch them in Las Vegas, Nevada for Super Bowl LVIII. We can’t wait to see what outfits the cheerleaders break out for their own Super Bowl performance!