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  1. GDAWG

    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    I wonder what the attendance for the championship game is going to be like. Sam Boyd Stadium holds 36,800.
  2. GDAWG

    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    That is what happens when the team wins 7 games this past season after a grand total of 3 during Hue Jackson's tenure. Browns fans have hope. Whether or not Baker Mayfield can get better ala Pat Mahomes remains to be seen but if he can........he could be the "one" to solve the QB woes that they have had for the 20 years they have been back.
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    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    I think that there is indirect involvement from the NFL, because if the NFL took over the AAF, there would be changes made, like moving Atlanta to Mercedes Benz Stadium and/or Arizona to Glendale.
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    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    The Browns have hope heading into the next season, so maybe they will sell out FirstEnergy Stadium (or close to it) for the home opener.
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    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    It's going to be interesting how many people show up for the Atlanta Legends first home game since their stadium holds 23,000 and tomorrow in San Diego. Attendance is going to look very bad for the XFL as well, especially in New York, Seattle and Tampa.
  6. GDAWG

    American Patriot League

    This league is a month away from kickoff and nothing. Even the Arena Football League, who themselves were radio silent for months has been busy the last month.
  7. GDAWG

    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    Whoever represents the CFL in that Battle Royal will be determined by another Battle Royal, this one a standard over-the-top-rope battle royal.
  8. GDAWG

    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    the CFL is like that monster in those battle royals everyone tries to gang up with in order to eliminate them but are unsuccessful in doing so.
  9. GDAWG

    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    Also, according to Wikipedia, some of the teams are older than the oldest NFL Team, the Arizona Cardinals.
  10. GDAWG

    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    It almost did but it survived, so it can survive an onslaught of alternate football leagues.
  11. GDAWG

    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    They will win via "Alternative Football Leagues" Death Match Battle Royal as a surprise entrant.
  12. GDAWG

    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    Watching the Halftime show, and I wasn't familiar with Cynthia Freeland until last week. She was the only announcer that I wasn't familiar with during opening week. Everyone else I am familiar with.
  13. GDAWG

    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    Is it the same attendance for Birmingham as last week?
  14. GDAWG

    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    I am cautiously optimistic about the AAF. I think the AAF can truly benefit from being a D-League to the NFL in many ways.....and a domestic one at that. The deal with the NFL Network does help. The games from week one have been fun to watch, although sloppy at times but that is expected from a new league. It should be better as the season goes on. Them wanting to work with the NFL and not against it is a good thing. I like the new rules the AAF has, and it's still football to the core. The games are faster with no TV timeouts and I like that. On the other hand, the AAF went into Orlando, Memphis, Birmingham and San Antonio, four cities known for being in failed football leagues (along with Sacramento, who is not in the league and Las Vegas, who will be getting a very bad football team to call their own very soon, but they are in the NFL now, so that honeymoon period may last a while).
  15. GDAWG

    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    The AAF is holding their championship game at another defunct football leagues graveyard, Las Vegas. But unlike other leagues, Vegas' next pro football team will be in Sin City for at least 20 years.