It appears more and more likely with each passing day that both the New Orleans VooDoo and the Las Vegas Outlaws will fold at season's end. This will make 6 teams that have folded in the past 3 years for the AFL, leaving them with only 10 teams. It doesn't look to pretty for the Arena League's future. It's a shame what the league has become since it's end and rebirth in 2008. It used to be a really fun summer fix for the NFL drought a decade or so ago, however the folding and moving of teams along with mismanagement has not been a pretty sight for the league. A new commish comes along and they still manage to have to take ownership of 3 franchises, one of which has a history of decent attendance and has been around for a long time. Things must've gotten pretty dire if they are cancelling actual games for the teams with one in the midst of a playoff hunt. What do you guys say? Do it see this league recovering, making it 2 more years, or will we see the second demise of the AFL?