Week 3 of the Alliance of American Football's (AAF) inaugural season wraps up with two games on Sunday, Feb. 24. After making news because of some uncertainty regarding the young league's finances, the focus has hopefully shifted back to the action on the field.
Week 3 of the Alliance of American Football's (AAF) inaugural season is upon us. And after the first two weeks, we’re slowly starting to see the best teams separate themselves from the rest of the pack. But for all eight of the AAF’s franchises, each team has a player that has made his presence felt in this upstart league.
The Alliance of American Football (AAF) marches on in its inaugural season. Week 3 of the 2019 campaign commences this weekend, despite reports of payroll issues, and so far we’ve been treated to good, competitive football. Through two weeks, the eight teams have combined for 314 total points and 5,135 total yards of offense.
Week 2 of the Alliance of American Football's (AAF) inaugural season concludes with two games on Sunday, Feb. 17. The two matchups pit a pair of teams looking to move to 2-0 on the young season while the other features two teams looking for better results after disappointing showins in their openers.
The Alliance of American Football (AAF) hosted quite an entertaining opening week as the newest league kicked off its inaugural season. With all four games on national television, everyone finally got to see what all of the hype was about. And in the end, we weren’t disappointed as all four games were entertaining, exciting, and full of big plays on both sides of the ball.
As we get closer to the kickoff of the Alliance of American Football's inaugural season on Feb. 9, we’re learning more the league’s goals and ambitions. One thing that’s already crystal clear is that the AAF is all about opportunity. The league also is about second chances, and helping elevate the careers of players who have flown under the radar more often than not. This especially holds true for the quarterback position.
Week 1 is officially in the books for the Alliance of American Football’s (AAF) inaugural season. The first four games commenced this past weekend and they didn’t disappoint. Those who in tuned in were treated to a mixture of high-scoring offense, hard-hitting defense, and got to watch some players, who hadn’t donned a pair of cleats in quite some time, make an impact. We also saw some innovation, new technology, and a new approach to professional football.
Pro football is a rare occurrence in Utah. And one of the reasons why the Alliance of American Football (AAF) is getting such great reviews early on is because of the creation of the Salt Lake Stallions. General manager Randy Mueller decided to go all out by hiring the legendary Dennis Erickson as the team's head coach.