DETROIT, MICHIGAN - SEPTEMBER 18: A member of the Detroit Lions Cheerleaders performs during a game against the Washington Commanders at Ford Field on September 18, 2022 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

No road win for the Lions (Oct.23) against the Dallas Cowboys. We had sparks of hope but like we all are used to by now, the bottom just fell out with stupid penalties and the game’s first half was close. I can’t tell you what happened after the half. I guess my hands were on my face at another goal-line fumble which turned into a quick Dallas drive and score.

With our coach Dan Campbell, the first song I think of when I hear his name is, The Clash, “Should I Stay or Should I Go.” 

One group now needs to be pointed out. It’s not a QB or running back or kicker. One fact is a group that has the hardest job on the field by a mile.

Being a Detroit Lions Cheerleader has got to be the hardest job in the world. Can you just imagine what they go through and yet you always see a big smile? For the longest time in Lions history, the team’s front office under William Clay Ford rejected the idea of cheerleaders. It wasn’t until 2016, The Lions announced the addition of Official cheerleaders to the Lions organization, marking a 40-year drought.

Here are some facts you might not know about your 2022 Lions Cheerleaders. One is an ER nurse. One is an elementary school teacher and another is a professional project coordinator. So, next time you think you have it rough time at your job, just remember there is a group of dedicated cheerleaders with the unbelievable in the reading latest task of cheering on your Detroit Lions. I give our cheerleaders all the credit in the world because a 24-6 loss to the Cowboys is nothing to cheer about.

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Born in Mt Clemens, Screamin has been a part of the Detroit airwaves for over 29 years with 26 at WRIF and 3 years as a morning show host at Z-Rock. When he’s not out on the streets, you can find him in his game room, where he collects jukeboxes and classic pinball machines. Screamin also devotes time doing local charities with his, "Screamin Angels"; and for 15 years with Rock 4 Tots charity. “CHIT” is his local cover band for 10 years all over the Motor City in local bars and has graced the main stage at local festivals like Arts, Beats & Eats warming up for national acts like Cheap Trick, Guess Who & even Salt & Peppa. Screamin’ is the lead singer and also plays cowbell & lead triangle