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2014 Super Bowl Cheerleaders heat up chilly MetLife Stadium

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Nevermind the halftime show, the 2014 Super Bowl cheerleaders are a big part of game day. The weather will be cold, but the NFL cheerleaders will warm things up on the sidelines.

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NFL fans will be turning on February 2 in to watch the Broncos play the Seahawks, along with a side of chicken wings, beer, Super Bowl commercials and a little gawking at the pom-pom wielding NFL cheerleaders who many hope will be wearing short skirts and midriff-baring in the cold New Jersey weather.

Check out photos out the Broncos and Seahawks cheerleaders here.

Temperatures are expected to hover around the low 40s on Sunday with a 10 percent chance of percipitation. It's the first time in NFL history that the Super Bowl will be played in an outdoor stadium in a cold weather environment, so fans will need to dress in layers.

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There has been speculation that the game may be rescheduled due to snow or icy temperatures, but for now it looks like the game will go on as scheduled at 6:25 p.m. on Sunday at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.

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