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Denver Broncos Cheerleaders behind-the-scenes calendar shoot art gallery (PHOTOS)

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No question that the Denver Broncos cheerleaders look better than the team that got manhandled by the Arizona Cardinals. And we have proof.

By way of promoting their just-released 2012 calendar, the cheer squad has shared behind-the-scenes glimpses at the photo shoot on their Facebook page. Page through below to check out highlights, which certainly score more often than the Broncos did last night.

More from our Things to Do archive: "Denver Broncos Cheerleader Calendar 2011: See a sneak preview of the photos here."

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