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Published: Oct 6, 2014
Patriots Cheerleaders Show Support for Cincinnati's Still [VIDEO] as Pats rout Bengals 43-17
by Ann Warren

Patriots Cheerleaders Show Support for Cincinnati's Still [VIDEO] as Pats rout Bengals 43-17, The story of the Cincinnati Bengals' Devon Still and his cancer-stricken daughter Leah is one of the more uplifting ones of the NFL season.

Now, her story is being seen by a national audience. One of the worst days of Devon Still's life was June 2 of this year, the day his 4-year-old daughter Leah was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma and doctors gave her a 50-50 chance of survival. It was a devastating diagnosis to explain to a child. Still told her she was going to have to do whatever she could to beat it.

"She's a fighter," Still said. "As a parent, you always expect your child to look up to you. But honestly, since June 2, I’ve really been looking up to my daughter."

On Sunday night, New England Patriots' cheerleaders donned replica jerseys to honor Leah.
In addition, the Patriots announced that owner Robert Kraft will donate $25,000 to the Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Go here for the video.

As far as the game goes, The narrative leading up to Sunday night's game was that the Cincinnati Bengals were the team to beat in the AFC and the New England Patriots had fallen off.

Brady threw two touchdown passes and the Patriots routed the previously- unbeaten Bengals, 43-17, at Gillette Stadium.

Cincinnati (3-1) was the last team in the NFL to lose a game after Arizona fell to the Broncos earlier Sunday.

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