The Alliance of American Football will suspend operations, per multiple reports. Darren Rovell reported Tuesday that the first-year […]
San Antonio Commanders
With two weeks left to play on the inaugural season schedule, here’s how the AAF teams stack up.
The first-year Alliance of American Football’s inability to secure cooperation from the NFL Players’ Association […]
Alliance of American Football power rankings: The Apollo’s hold steady, The Commanders keep rolling and Johnny Manziel’s presence inspires epic win
The Commanders keep on rolling. San Antonio’s 19-15 win over the Salt Lake Stallions represented the team’s fourth consecutive win.
AAF Week 7 takeaways: Commanders’ defense ballhawks to victory, Johnny Manziel’s debut underwhelming, Orlando grabs playoff spot and more
The Commanders’ 19-15 win over the Salt Lake Stallions wasn’t a barnburner by any means, but credit San Antonio’s defense for stepping up in key moments.
AAF Week 5 scores, highlights, updates: Commanders hold on after Hotshots’ big rally, Legends edge Express
Logan Woodside went 21-of-27 for 290 yards, two touchdowns and a pick en route to the San Antonio Commanders’ 29-25 win over the Arizona Hotshots on Sunday.
Alliance of American Football co-founder and head of football Bill Polian said Wednesday there have been […]
We know that every home team not only won, but covered the spread. Is home-field advantage really that substantial? Then again, the lines were based off of some preliminary patchwork and little else.
The Saturday night opening broadcast on CBS drew 3.25 million viewers, similar to Duke-Virginia on Saturday night and slightly more than the PGA event on CBS and the NBA Thunder-Rockets broadcast on ABC.
It was a memorable first weekend for the AAF. Early reviews, particularly on social media, were favorable as fans were intrigued by the mystery of the new league. CBS drew 2.9 million fans between 9-11 p.m. ET for the game on Saturday night.