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Does ANYONE remember old football leagues?

  • MP3 posted: 14 Sep at 12:21 am

    No. Those sound very weird.

  • GMP posted: 16 Sep at 12:01 am

    i remember the XFL which i didnt like at all and also the AFL which i think is relaunching with 4 teams or maybe its the USFL like u said i cant remember

  • dudleydooright44 posted: 17 Sep at 10:43 am

    My dad and I had Pittsburgh Maulers season tickets!

  • Kevo D posted: 18 Sep at 4:47 am

    That was the 80s, the league is way too dominant now for that.

    XFL was a joke. The football is a family sport or a sport you watch in your living room in america. they were trying to attract a demographic of older teens and young adults for “extreme” football. pornstar cheerleaders, violent coin tosses, etc etc (LOL).

    The NFL has a very rich history and many battles. It will take a patient company to rival it.

  • Yertle the Turtle posted: 18 Sep at 10:33 am

    AFL – Arena Football League
    CFL – Canadian Football League

  • Palindrome posted: 18 Sep at 6:02 pm

    Sure. I remember the USFL (Reggie White, Herschel Walker, the Michigan Panthers!), the XFL (only watched one game, but still), and the original World League of American Football — the one with teams like the Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks, the Montreal Machine, and the Barcelona Dragons. And then, of course, there’s arena football.

    I’m a little too young to remember the AFL, though. I was born a year after the merger.

  • ramswo85™ posted: 21 Sep at 10:37 am

    sry i wasn’t alive yet

  • Michael M posted: 24 Sep at 10:41 am

    I remember both.
    In NJ they have the Generals played at Giants Stadium. It was spring football. WEnt to a few games. I was also a volunteer for Make a wish and met lots of the Generals on the off season. Actually played softball with the guys for a fund raiser. It was special to me.
    X. remember it on TV but it did not do well, no ratings and was done in a year. THey did not have a kick off. It was called a scramble. The ball was at the 50 and two players would race from 10 yards back to controll the balll.

    that was more exciting that a kick.

  • Northern Southpaw posted: 25 Sep at 6:17 am

    I remember these leagues. I also remember the WFL(World Football League) that played in 1974-75 season. They created a few rules later adopted by the NFL such as kickoffs from the 30 yard line, returning missed field goals to the line of scrimmage and moving goal posts to the back of the end zone.

  • ¿Tostado Taco? posted: 28 Sep at 12:05 pm

    xfl was so stupid man that makes me laugh just thinking about it……

  • Chris posted: 01 Oct at 6:44 pm

    XFL’ yes.

    When the CFL expanded down into the US for awhile’ yes.

    Arena Football league, yes

    AF2, yes.

    World Football League of the 90s, yes.

  • Michael A posted: 03 Oct at 4:07 pm

    The XFL ****** big time. The USFL was great to watch, too bad greedy Donald T. ruined it.

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