Where’s Rachel?

April 3rd, 2009

Joe has made no secret of his lust for Bucs cheerleader Rachel Watson, one of the loveliest ladies Joe has ever laid his eyes on.

If some are offended by that statement, sorry. Joe is a man: He loves football, the NFL Network and young, buxom, tanned cheerleaders including Rachel.

So in reading various local reports on the tryouts for the 2009 Buccaneers cheerleading squad, and watching the meticulous and in-depth reporting of WFLA’s Dan Lucas on the event, Joe has not read, heard nor has seen any mention of Rachel.

Could this be the end of an era? If there is some reason that is keeping Rachel from continuing her duties as a Bucs cheerleader, this would be nothing short of a crime against humanity.

Surely there are some readers of JoeBucsFan.com who know of Rachel’s whereabouts. Has her cheerleading days come to an end?

While Joe is not a stalker, Joe does know where Rachel works out. If Rachel is ever of the mind, Joe will be happy to offer his services for a private, intense yet intimate workout.

Joe is confident Rachel knows how to use e-mail.

Joe still can’t get the thought out of his mind — no, not that thought! — that Rachel’s days as a Bucs cheerleader may have come to an end.

Say it isn’t so Rachel.

8 Responses to “Where’s Rachel?”

  1. RastaMon Says:

    Well we do know it’s going to be a boy…..and Joe is actually one of the top 23 names we are considering…

  2. Joe Says:

    Ah, thank you RastaMan.

    I guess that’s it: No more Rachel on the sidelines. :^(

    Who was the blonde hottie (redundant) Bucs cheerleader a couple of years ago who had a kid and still was a cheerleader? She was featured on NFL Network’s “Making of the Buccaneers Cheerleaders.”

    It was a high-quality production, Joe can assure you. That alone was worth getting DirecTV.

  3. RastaMon Says:

    So, without further ado, let us introduce the 2009-10 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders:

    2009-10 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders
    Name Age Squad Status Occupation
    Rochelle Alvarez 19 Rookie Student (Liberal Arts)
    Marlana Aref 20 2 Year Veteran Student (Biomedical Science)
    Cynthia Bastos 23 Rookie Student (Business Management)
    Amy Cantler 20 Rookie Student (Business)
    Corinne Colon 22 2 Year Veteran Account Coordinator
    Anna Duncan 23 2 Year Veteran Student (Political Science)
    Aubrey Gainey 23 2 Year Veteran Student (Elementary Education)
    Jaime Hanna 24 3 Year Veteran Dental Hygienist
    Tiffany Jimenez 21 4 Year Veteran Dance Instructor
    Kelli Jones 31 3 Year Veteran Promotions Producer
    Tomoko Kojima 31 7 Year Veteran Economics Graduate from Japan
    Ashley Kowal 26 3 Year Veteran Human Resource Recruiter
    Stephanie Mookas 28 2 Year Veteran Surgical Dental Assistant
    Kristin McTaggart 22 2 Year Veteran Advancement Associate
    Meagan Pravden 20 Rookie Student (Broadcast Journalism)
    Stephanie Ritz 22 Rookie Cardiopulmonary Technician
    Tanya Rossi 21 Rookie Student (Business)
    Courtney Russ 19 Rookie Student (Mass Communications)
    Amber Sale 21 Rookie Student (Mass Communications)
    Sahara Sears 21 4 Year Veteran Student (Public Relations)
    Holly Sellers 22 3 Year Veteran Student (Elementary Education)
    Tramane Shuler 23 4 Year Veteran Student (Physical Therapy)
    Nina Stauffer 19 Rookie Student (International Business)
    Susan Stein 23 2 Year Veteran Student (Marketing)
    Roseanne Strobel 22 2 Year Veteran Student (Elementary Education)
    Jennifer Summers 27 7 Year Veteran Student (Mass Communications)
    Sara Tetzler 20 3 Year Veteran Student (Biomedical Science)
    Ryan Theriault 25 2 Year Veteran Staffing Specialist
    Erin Verdel 23 3 Year Veteran Information Technology Recruiter
    Rochelle Williams 20 2 Year Veteran Student (Communication)

  4. Joe Says:

    Thank you Rasta Man!

    I see Jaime Hanna is back (and Joe heard a rumor she was). I’m sure Mr. Longoria will be pleased.

  5. bucfan4life Says:

    Know she was a teacher’s assistant this past spring in my child’s class(elementary school; no need for any “hot for teacher” references).

  6. Joe Says:


    Joe trusts you called an immediate parent-teacher’s assistant conference.

    If not; why not?

  7. bucfan4life Says:

    Sadly, no. Didn’t know realize she was teaching at my child’s school till end of the school year. And as it was, my wife was the one dropping off and picking up while i was working.

    Funny story though, I did get to attend an afternoon assembly the kids put on and while waiting for the kids to be let out from their groups the wife and I were standing outside waiting for the kids. Not knowing which door they’d be coming out, we picked the one where most parents were waiting by. As some kids starting coming out the opposite door my wife commented to me, in a rather hesitant voice, that I should go ask the “hot” teacher where our child was coming out of so we could take pictures, etc. My wife said this as she was looking in the direction of the “hot” teacher as if expecting me to just be able to pick her out amongst all the people outside.

    Since I have man hearing, I asked my wife if the women she had pointed out was a parent because she looked familiar…from about 20 yards away. After a brief meeting with the kids and meeting Ms. Watson up close, we headed back to the classroom while along the way I racked my brain trying to remember where I’d seen her before. Having attended many games at RJ, it finally hit me where I’d seen her before, on the football field! As Ms. Watson was helping the teacher organize the kids, I commented to my wife that I remembered why she looked so familiar; I told my wife that Ms. Watson was a cheerleader for the Buccaneers! And my wife response was, “Oh, really?” Kind of quizzical and not with the excitement that I had about sharing this info. But i showed her my copy of Pewter Report with the cheerleader issue to prove I was right! Apparently the few times I get to be right, again my wife didn’t have the same excitement that I had but that’s probably why I didn’t get the parent-teacher conference!

    Sorry if this was boring or long-winded, but felt like I had to get this out. Best wishes to Ms. Watson on her teaching career and hope not too many guys get in trouble with their wives over their child’s teacher being a former Buccaneer’s cheerleader!

    Go Bucs!

  8. Joe Says:


    No need to apologize. Thanks for sharing the great story.

    There cannot be a bad Rachel Watson meeting.