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  1. Wish I could enjoy these games as much as regular NFL games. Same rules, similar play action, but I just don't feel enticed by it.
    Same with basketball, love watching NBA games. But change to world teams or local team, the entertainment value just falls off.

  2. Honestly this game was won by Atlanta once half time rolled around. Arizona's offense may have been alright, but their defense played quite terribly all game long.

  3. Those are new NFL logos,right? Because there are six logos are new. I wonder one of those six logos go agents the older logos.oh yeah are those logos is part of a NFL game,because they are new to me.

  4. I don't have any of these channels ? How do they plan on bringing in viewers like me who love football but feel left out? I want to watch football all year round they need to air sometimes for us too.

  5. This league will never last. As long as the NFL exists, this can never make it. The amount of money needed to sustain this league versus the amount of money coming in is simply no where near enough. The on-field product isn't good enough either. It makes no difference that the AAF is "affiliated" with the NFL……Let's be really honest, there is no real partnership of any kind. The NFL allows them to be "partners" because they know without a doubt that they will NEVER be more than a third rate product. Sports leagues live and die by corporate and TV deals, and then second to that is fanbase….I.e. merchandise, and ticket sales…..All of which are not good at all. I die for football but this wont last, not hating, just being realistic.

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