The AAF inaugural season starts tonight, and continues on through tomorrow.
Two games are on CBS tonight, and there are also two games scheduled for Sunday (this thread will serve for comments on both, and as a weekend open thread so feel free to express your love for the packers.
The two games for tonight will feature the Atlanta Legends visiting the Orlando Apollos and the San Antonio Commanders hosting the San Diego Fleet. Most of the US will get San Diego at San Antonio, while the southeast will get Atlanta vs Orlando.
The games will also be available via streaming on CBS All-Access.
The two Sunday games will feature the Memphis Express hitting the road to play at the Birmingham Iron at 3:00 PM Central time. The game will be broadcast on the CBS Sports Network. The night game will be the Green Bay Packers colored uniforms of the theArizona Hotshots as they host the Salt Lake Stallions, Kick off will be 7:00 PM Central and it will be streamed, surprisingly, on NFL Network.
So, Bears fans, have you picked your team? Who are you rooting for?
TWEETS ABOUT THE GAMES
SkyJudge is great. Love the transparency.— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) February 10, 2019
Man, have the NFL set their officials and replay guy up like this. #AAF— The Daily Norseman, a Minnesota Vikings blog (@DailyNorseman) February 10, 2019
I LOVE that Starter is the official outfitter for the AAF. I didn’t even know they still existed. pic.twitter.com/jkx0WydmpZ— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) February 10, 2019
Greg Ward was a QUARTERBACK in college at Houston. Apparently he's got some legit WR chops.... pic.twitter.com/7UEy7scrxj— Sam Monson (@PFF_Sam) February 10, 2019
Jalin Marshall score! First TD in AAF history! pic.twitter.com/flHcQGebBH— Arif Hasan (@ArifHasanNFL) February 10, 2019
A Mike Martz offense having pass blocking issues?— The Daily Norseman, a Minnesota Vikings blog (@DailyNorseman) February 10, 2019
I'm stunned. Stunned, I tell you.