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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Corky Bucek, Oct 4, 2018.
That's just typical of early season football. You expect the defense to be ahead of the offense.
i think the AAF is perfect
This league is going to be awesome for these guys
Big fan of this aaf
I love this guy
AAF is AAF (awesome as fuck haha)
I liked Tuck’s interview last night. Said when they first pitched this to him he was like “nah, I’m cool”, but the more he learned about the league and the people involved he came around.
He was at the game yesterday. His son is Birmingham’s WR coach.
How much are these guys getting paid. Over/under what Eric The Viking gets to play a football player in a movie?
They make 70k this year, 80k next, 100k the year after. Players will make more money if their team or side of the ball is good, and they get incentives for engaging with fans in various ways. Social media, when a fan chooses you for their betting lineups, etc
I want to take the Orlando offense with Spurrier coaching and the Birmingham defense with Singletary coaching and see what would happen if you let them run against like the Raiders
They would get killed
did you forget garrett gilbert is the qb for orlando
And a mike Singletary coached defense just gave up like 30 to Luis Perez and trent Richardson
My bad I was thinking Singletary was the Iron coach because he had a black jacket on. Whoever the Iron HC/DC is.
No, I just want to see the talent disparity on display in an exhibition.
I thought that hotshots offense looked better than orlando. They both will be fun to follow
Why would Memphis's god-awful coach be put in charge of Birmingham's elite #IronCurtain?
this is true tbh. bunch of late round/udfa and busts on the aaf teams
To be fair, that goes for Clemson and Alabama as well.
true but i’d say lawrence/tua is what sets them apart
33% of players in the nfl at the end of the season were udfa
SORRY GUYS I AM DUM
Hey friend, it's alright. Alliance of American Football fandom is about camaraderie and friendship so don't sweat it! You'll be right next time!
How do you think the AAF will handle the Transfer Portal?
Is Jalen Hurts a Future Iron QB or does he get sent to San Antonio?
Arizona smokes Clemson 45-8.
Orlando would #TakeAim at Bama with pleasure.
no one can guard the great josh huff
I may be standing alone but give me the AAF team over bama or Clemson.
These guys were still mostly the best, or one of the best players on their teams.
It’s always funny when fans of #Alabama Crimson Tide or #Clemson Tigers talk about their teams like the whole 2 deep will be draftees. When ultimately getting a dozen guys on an nfl roster at the beginning of the season is a huge success.
And fan of icons...yep
Nah you aren't standing alone. I'd say the worst NFL team beats Bama/Clemson by 50+ and most AAF teams would win by 30+
College teams won't beat pro teams
Don’t know about the entire team, but the defensive 2 deeps of the Bama teams we played in 15 and 16 were pretty much all high to extremely high draft picks.
We’ve never had that kind of talent, but there’s not one player in AAF anywhere near as good as Deshaun Watson (or Trevor Lawrence).
Most of our 2 deep does end up getting drafted at some point...
I just randomly picked the 2015 depth chart and most all of those guys that were on the two deep were drafted or are currently on NFL rosters
That being said no college team could beat an NFL team
You obviously didn't watch The GOAT this week.
For never playing Varsity Football, he's done well for himself.
Unlike other famous QBs who have worn the number 12, I think we can all agree Luis has the most pure talent and is not a "system" QB.
I have no idea if that's true or not
After one game? Interesting.
I also think this league (and the XFL) will get some QB's killed.
What part of this league makes you think that? It’s literally illegal to rush more than 5.
Offensive line play and the progression of injuries during the season.
Certainly seems plausible. “Inquire” is vague enough that I’m surprised it’s not higher. “Hey we loved what we saw, keep it up and we’d love to bring you into camp.”
Yeah I get it. I just don't know who that unverified CBS guy is to begin with
Did you watch the games? It’s a 10 game season with rules to protect QBs. Obviously it’s possible, but I don’t think there’s anything about the AAF making it any more risky to a QB than college or the NFL. Aside from the hit Wolford took that keeps getting replayed, there really weren’t any hits on QBs.