Goldie, I don't know if they have different games in different markets, but I have Atlanta vs Orlando here in metro Atlanta area.
From what I've seen it's mostly second-rate football. They have some funky rules (no XPA, no more than 5 rushers on defense), and just enough ex-NFL players/coaches to add an air of legitimacy.
So far, more air than legitimacy. 

Michael Vick was the OC of the Atlanta team...until this week, apparently. "Network responsibilities kept him away from the team this week, and he likely won't be returning", per local news.
Steve Spurrier is the HC for the Orlando team.
Matt Simms is the QB for Atlanta, and he is as gawd-awful as he was in Tennessee.

Timmy! posted:

Goldie, I don't know if they have different games in different markets, but I have Atlanta vs Orlando here in metro Atlanta area.
From what I've seen it's mostly second-rate football. They have some funky rules (no XPA, no more than 5 rushers on defense), and just enough ex-NFL players/coaches to add an air of legitimacy.
So far, more air than legitimacy. 

Michael Vick was the OC of the Atlanta team...until this week, apparently. "Network responsibilities kept him away from the team this week, and he likely won't be returning", per local news.
Steve Spurrier is the HC for the Orlando team.
Matt Simms is the QB for Atlanta, and he is as gawd-awful as he was in Tennessee.

Thank you.....   have not really heard or bothered to care about it......but thanks for this information.   

The Heckler posted:
Dave in GA posted:
Boris posted:

eh...probably not too hard to beat the NBA......does anyone watch it anymore?

I also don't think its hard to beat NBA ratings especially this time of year.  Also, to me there is just too much middle school type drama surrounding the players that has me turned off.  

Yup...loved the Larry Bird/Magic Johnson era....that guy in Chicago was ok...that was it for me....never looked back.

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