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AAF: Alliance of American Football
#1
I watched a couple of the AAF games this opening weekend. Not terrible. They weren't especially competitive games, but they looked like real football even if a little more like a college game without the pageantry. Better than nothing this time of year.

I don't really have a favored team yet. Here's an article listing all of the former Chiefs in the league though:
https://www.arrowheadpride.com/2019/2/11...re-to-stay

I think the league has a chance to make it as sort of an NFL D-League. They've got some NFL backing. Anyone else watching this?
#2
I watched part of a game on Saturday. The qb play was definitely 4th string level. And the o line wasn't much better. Which is really the point of these leagues anyway but it was kind of brutal. The game I watched there weren't a lot of flags even though it wasn't very good play so it was kind of refreshing.
#3
(02-11-2019, 01:29 PM)tyecopeland Wrote: I watched part of a game on Saturday. The qb play was definitely 4th string level. And the o line wasn't much better. Which is really the point of these leagues anyway but it was kind of brutal. The game I watched there weren't a lot of flags even though it wasn't very good play so it was kind of refreshing.

It was ok to watch. I accepted that it was going to be a D-league type of play and it lived up to that!
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#4
(02-11-2019, 01:29 PM)tyecopeland Wrote: I watched part of a game on Saturday. The qb play was definitely 4th string level. And the o line wasn't much better. Which is really the point of these leagues anyway but it was kind of brutal. The game I watched there weren't a lot of flags even though it wasn't very good play so it was kind of refreshing.

I watched Sunday's games. The Salt Lake City vs. Arizona game was probably the best all weekend. 

Pretty well agree about the general level of play and  the positive that the officials were hands off. Still it was watchable and should get better.
#5
(02-11-2019, 01:42 PM)asskickingboots Wrote:
(02-11-2019, 01:29 PM)tyecopeland Wrote: I watched part of a game on Saturday. The qb play was definitely 4th string level. And the o line wasn't much better. Which is really the point of these leagues anyway but it was kind of brutal. The game I watched there weren't a lot of flags even though it wasn't very good play so it was kind of refreshing.

I watched Sunday's games. The Salt Lake City vs. Arizona game was probably the best all weekend. 

Pretty well agree about the general level of play and  the positive that the officials were hands off. Still it was watchable and should get better.

I agree it was watchable. I hope they start signing kids who aren't eligible for the nfl and give them a different path instead of college. Maybe the xfl will. I hate college football.
#6
I watched a clip of the Fleet QB getting blowed up. Loved it.. It is sad that gets a flag in thw NoFunLeague
#7
(02-11-2019, 03:30 PM)chiefsfaninky Wrote: I watched a clip of the Fleet QB getting blowed up. Loved it..  It is sad that gets a flag in thw NoFunLeague

After watching Brady get barely touched by Chris Jones for a 15 yard penalty... yeah.

I'm not bitter at all. Dodgy
#8
I was going to watch it, but once I saw the 5 man rush limitation I was already bored with it.


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