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AAF Weekend TWO Open Thread For Chicago Bears Fans

Mike Singletary and his Memphis Express are back at it this weekend, hoping to get a better result in their home opener

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The AAF inaugural season continues this weekend with four games. This thread will serve as an open thread for the entire weekend of AAF games, plus you can also let everybody know your thoughts about the Packers of course... and since it’s “pick on the LOLions week” here at WCG, be sure to give some love to those people as well.


The first game of the week features the 1-0 Birmingham Iron, lead by former third overal NFL pick Trent Richardson who scored two touchdowns last week against Memphis. Kickoff will be 1:00 PM Central and the game will be aired on TNT.

Game two of the day will feature the 1-0 Arizona Hotshots taking on Mike Singletary’s 0-1 Memphis Express. You can watch the game on NFL Network.


Sunday’s games kick off (well, OK, they don’t actually kick off... they start at the 25-yard-line) at 3:00 PM Central as the 1-0 Orlando Apollos take on the 1-0 San Antonio Commanders. You can view the game on the CBS Sports Network.

Game four of the weekend is another night game, as the 0-1 Atlanta Legends visit the 0-1 San Diego Fleet.


The Promise Of The AAF Has Been Made And Broken Before - Deadspin - Football is a lie unto the body. The better you tell it, the better you play. Whether running routes, disguising coverage, juking a defender, or pretending you aren’t hurt: Football is about deception. The Alliance of American Football began its inaugural season last weekend, when eight new football teams scattered around the country and made up of college and NFL washouts took the field. The league’s rollout reminded me of that deception’s many faces; namely, that the end may be disguised as a beginning.

Ranking the Top AAF Players Who Could Be in the NFL Next Year - Bleacher Report - The Alliance of American Football is off and running, and the NFL is watching. The new league — which debuted Saturday with two games followed by two more Sunday — hasn't shied away from its intended purpose...

AAF 2019: Three female coaches just the beginning of Alliance's push to hire more women in football - - Jen Welter, Jennifer King and Lo Locust are only the start of the AAF's push for diversity

AAF helps ease football, sports betting withdrawal symptoms - Las Vegas Review-Journal - The action on the Alliance of American Football at Las Vegas sportsbooks exceeded expectations in pregame and in-play wagering in the first week of its inaugural season.

AAF 2019: How mic'd up officials turned instant replay into the star of opening week - - Football fans crave transparency, and in the AAF they can see the entire process of why a call is made

Week 2 AAF schedule, odds, how to watch: Legends vs. Fleet picks, predictions from legendary expert - - Legendary handicapper Hank Goldberg uses his inside sources to pick Legends vs. Fleet on Sunday.

AAF football power rankings: Where teams stand after historic opening - USA Today - Take a look at how the Alliance of American Football's eight teams stand after the historic opening weekend of play for the new spring league.

Los Angeles Chargers GM sees potential for AAF as developmental league for NFL - ESPN - Chargers GM Tom Telesco believes the AAF could potentially be a developmental league for the NFL. Said Telesco: "It has the potential to be a nice complement to the NFL."


Have you picked your team yet? Spill the beans, Bears fans.