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1 minute ago, LeGOATski said:

San Diego needs a QB...

 

Although, his WRs haven't been much help...

Should have just had another INT stop if the two Atlanta defenders didn’t level each other. 

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That female ref in the san antonio game is a sexy lil thing. I wish she could ref a Bills game!

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I want to see OT. It's like college except they start at the 10.

 

#70 OT John Kling for ATL is a UB product.

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I see that LB AJ Tarpley is attempting a comeback in the AAF. Does anyone know if the Bills still retain his NFL rights seeing as how he retired from their active roster due to concerns over repeated concussions?

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8 hours ago, ChevyVanMiller said:

I see that LB AJ Tarpley is attempting a comeback in the AAF. Does anyone know if the Bills still retain his NFL rights seeing as how he retired from their active roster due to concerns over repeated concussions?

 

No. The Bills' claim to Tarpley is gone. He would be a free agent.

 

I did have a thought about how the NFL and AAF could mix rosters.

 

What if the NFL draft expanded to 10-12 rounds? Any player drafted after the 7th round that does not make an NFL roster, but is signed to an AAF team, that NFL team would retain their rights for 2 years. Thoughts?

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16 minutes ago, PromoTheRobot said:

 

No. The Bills' claim to Tarpley is gone. He would be a free agent.

 

I did have a thought about how the NFL and AAF could mix rosters.

 

What if the NFL draft expanded to 10-12 rounds? Any player drafted after the 7th round that does not make an NFL roster, but is signed to an AAF team, that NFL team would retain their rights for 2 years. Thoughts?

 

I think thats a pretty great idea.

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A faster receiver would have been gone for 6. Still a nice throw. Garrett Gilbert is, IMO, the top QB in the AAF and will be in an NFL camp this summer.

 

 

 

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I like what I’ve seen so far - the games are very entertaining, and they actually let the players hit each other!  ( I’m not sure Brady would last a series 😎)

 

Plus, Polian is co-founder, and I take most things he doe seriously.

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/2019/02/19/aaf-football-power-rankings-orlando-apollos-arizona-hotshots/2912672002/

 

Exactly what I would pick.

 

Week 3 schedule. This week begins Saturday afternoon live streams through Bleacher Report Live.

 

Arizona at Salt Lake

Saturday, Feb. 23

3 p.m.

B/R Live

Memphis at Orlando

Saturday, Feb. 23

8 p.m.

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Birmingham at Atlanta

Sunday, Feb. 24

4 p.m.

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San Antonio at San Diego

Sunday, Feb. 24

8 p.m.

NFL Network

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On 2/18/2019 at 9:16 AM, PromoTheRobot said:

A faster receiver would have been gone for 6. Still a nice throw. Garrett Gilbert is, IMO, the top QB in the AAF and will be in an NFL camp this summer.

 

 

 

 

Garrett was born in Buffalo July 1, 1991. Looks like he got his father's abilities.

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