Will you watch the Alliance of American Football in Week 2?

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Posted by 102.9/750 The Game on Friday, February 15, 2019

The opening week of Alliance of American Football drew a 2.1 overnight rating on CBS, better than the 2.0 rating of ABC’s primetime NBA broadcast of the Thunder and Rockets.

Will Week 2 see similar results?  Likely not, as no games will be aired on the CBS national channel.  The four games this weekend include:

Sat., 2/16

Salt Lake Stallions at Birmingham Irons — 11am (TNT)

Arizona Hotshots at Memphis Express — 5pm (NFL Network)


Sun., 2/17

Orlando Apollos at San Antonio Commanders — 1pm (CBS Sports Network)

Atlanta Legends at San Diego Fleet — 5pm (NFL Network)


Judah Newby & Brian Perkins debated whether they’ll watch the AAF action in Week Two as part of their #4DownFriday video series on Facebook!




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