It's worth giving the league rules another look/see......wonder how long it takes the NFL to adopt some of these- I love the SkyJudge idea!
WHAT ARE THE RULES OF THE AAF?
The AAF will resemble traditional American football but there are some differences to NFL rules, most of which are aimed at speeding up the game:
No kickoffs! The team that gets the ball simply starts on its own 25.
That also means no onside kicks. Teams can instead try an “onside conversion”, meaning they must convert a fourth-and-12 from its own 28-yard line to keep the ball. Teams can only try an onside conversion inside of five minutes remaining in the game, or if they are trailing by 17 or more.
No point-after attempts. Teams must go for two every time.
Field goals are permitted, but not in overtime.
The addition of the “SkyJudge” referee, whose job it is to use real-time technology to correct missed calls that concern player safety and to correct pass interference calls inside of five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.
Coach’s challenges: Each team gets two for the game. No additional challenges for getting one right.
Overtime rules: Each team gets the ball once and its first-and-goal from the 10. You must score a touchdown and go for two. Games can end in ties.