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Plenty has gone right for the Alliance of American Football in its first year of existence. The play on the field is fun to watch, the new rules are engaging, attendance and viewership have exceeded expectations, and Johnny Football made his AAF debut a success leading Memphis to its second win of the season last week.
The big news from the Alliance of American Football this week was the signing of Johnny Manziel to the Memphis Express. And, according to coach Mike Singletary, there’s a chance Johnny Football takes the field for this week’s game. That’s great news for the Express, who are running out of time to creep out of the cellar in the Eastern Conference. Memphis has just one victory this season and the worst offense in the league, and with only four games left they need a spark. Enter Manziel, who we should call John now that he’s supposedly turned a corner.
Following a hot start that featured two wins in their first two games the Arizona Hotshots have dropped three in a row to remind everyone why head coach Rick Neuheisel was considered a questionable choice as coach. Nobody questioned Steve Spurrier being named head coach of the Orlando Apollos and indeed they are the best team in the Alliance of American Football. The Salt Lake Stallions have the worst offense and defense in the Western Conference and will be hosting an offensively challenged Memphis Express team. The Western Conference co-leading San Antonio Commanders will take on the resurgent host Atlanta Legends. And the AAF weekend will finish up week 6 with the San Diego Fleet hosting the defensively stout Birmingham Iron. Let’s take a look at the AAF live betting slate for Week 6.