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AAF Week 3 Schedule: TV channels & game times

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After two weeks, the new football league is continuing to generate interest and ratings.

The AAF continues on into its third week this weekend, staying afloat in part thanks to a $250 million investment from Carolina Hurricanes owner Tom Dundon last week. The league’s interest continues to be strong, however, drawing respectable ratings numbers in week two.

Last week was a big one for former Packers in the AAF. San Antonio Commanders defenders Joey Mbu and Jayrone Elliott combined for a sack-fumble returned for a touchdown, Orlando Apollos wideout Charles Johnson had over 190 receiving yards and a score, and Salt Lake Stallioins running back Joel Bouagnon rushed for 70 yards and a touchdown as well. Also pitching in on the stat sheets were linebacker Beniquez Brown (9 tackles and a sack for the Birmingham Iron) and pass-rusher Chris Odom (1/2 sack for Salt Lake).

This week, the Eastern Conference can see a major divide separate between the top two and bottom two teams, while the West is more bunched up. Tune in and follow along this weekend.

Arizona Hotshots at Salt Lake Stallions

Saturday, February 23rd
1:00 PM MT (3:00 ET)
Rice-Eccles Stadium, Salt Lake City, UT
Broadcast: Bleacher Report Live

Memphis Express at Orlando Apollos

Saturday, February 23rd
8:00 PM ET
Camping World Stadium, Orlando, FL
Broadcast: NFL Network

Birmingham Iron at Atlanta Legends

Sunday, February 24th
4:00 PM ET
Georgia State Stadium, Atlanta, GA
Broadcast: CBS Sports Network

San Antonio Commanders at San Diego Fleet

Sunday, February 24th
5:00 PM PT (8:00 ET)
SDCCU Stadium, San Diego, CA
Broadcast: NFL Network

Current Standings

Western Conference

  1. Arizona Hotshots (2-0)
  2. San Antonio Commanders (1-1)
  3. Salt Lake Stallions (1-1)
  4. San Diego Fleet (0-2)

Eastern Conference

  1. Orlando Apollos (2-0)
  2. Birmingham Iron (2-0)
  3. Atlanta Legends (0-2)
  4. Memphis Express (0-2)