JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A hard-hitting sexy brand of professional football coming to Jacksonville doesn't excite everyone.
Some in the River City are not turned on by the exposure the exposed women will soon get when the Tampa franchise moves its home to Jacksonville.
"I wouldn't want my sons exposed that," said Rhonda Yates of the Westside, "It's bad enough to go to other games and watch the cheerleaders."
The First Baptist Church is right in the shadow of the Veterans Memorial Arena downtown where the Jacksonville Breeze will play two regular season home games beginning in the Fall of 2013.
Many going to Wednesday night church service find women playing the field in bras and panties down the block distasteful.
"I think they should stay in Tampa," said churchgoer Ron Hayes, "I would not watch that."
The Lingerie Football League first busted into arenas in 2009 and now fields teams from a dozen major markets across the country. The Tampa Breeze squad announced Wednesday it's moving to Jacksonville.
Jacksonville hosted a round of the league's playoffs last year. It went so well, LFL officials chose it as a permanent home.
The Tampa arena no longer wanted these bombshells throwing bombs on the same field as their new arena football team and competing for fan excitement there.