I believe it’s head and shoulders better. Better rules, and better talent. I read an interview with a player (sorry I can’t remember who) who had success in the AAF, and did well in week 1 of the XFL. He spoke well of the AAF, but went on to say that the XFL is much closer to the NFL, especially in terms of speed.Or more importantly how does it compare to the AAF?
Any other time and you’re messing with a players ability to be promoted to the NFL and you become a direct competitor.Same thing happened with XFL 1.0, people tuning in for the curiosity factor. We'll see if they keep it up.
I think they should've waited a couple months until Spring to kick off.
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