And way less flags, but that’s my point. It’s just like an NFL game, but refs aren’t as penalty happy. Some rules are also different for a few things as well.
I understand the enthusiasm stick in ballers have for even more football. I don't know much about it, but IF the XFL is in competition with the NFL or IF the NFL didn't like what is going on, what would stop them for raising the ante? Aren't they using fields and stadiums that the NFL controls?
What happens when they recruit the same players? Eh I have no dog in the hunt jus saying. resume with vigor.I don't think all of them was, but if they had to they could get a college stadium I'm sure. XFL and NFL also don't go on at the same time, so it's not like one would be taking fans from the other either. It shouldn't be a big deal.
I'm sure McMahon is getting some nice royalties with ad revenue worked into the payout. He's too experienced of a businessman to not have something like that worked up ahead of time in a potential exit strategy scenarioGeeze McMahon invested like 200 million in it and the Rock gets it for 15
The games and what I was able to watch, they was great. Of the 4 games, 3 came down to the last play. Good stuff. If you like football you should watch.How bout that XFL? Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?
Anyhow, I didn’t know until today that it had even started. Hopefully some of you out there are taking it in.
Yes, then Atlanta can have a team!USFL and XFL need to merge under the USFL banner. And only have teams in markets without NFL teams.
28-3 killed that franchise.Yes, then Atlanta can have a team!
You might say "oh what about the Falcons?" and I reply "what about the Falcons?"
(note, despite it looking like the same question, it is in fact not.)