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2019 Alliance of American Football (AAF) Week 2 TV and Announcer Schedule

The Alliance of American Football kicked off its inaugural season with opening week wins by the Orlando Apollos and San Antonio Commanders. This week, both of them will face off in San Antonio on Feb. 17.

This weekend marks the first time Turner Sports’ coverage of the new league. TNT will feature Salt Lake Stallions at Birmingham Iron with the game time moving to 2 p.m. ET – leading into the network’s NBA All-Star Saturday Night on Feb. 16.

The following is the Week 2 AAF regular season schedule, including dates, start times, TV networks and scheduled announcers. All times Eastern.

Saturday, Feb. 16, 2019

2:00 p.m. — Salt Lake Stallions @ Birmingham Iron (TNT)
Announcers: Brian Anderson (play-by-play), Marvin Lewis (analyst), Maurice Jones-Drew (analyst)

8:00 p.m. — Arizona Hotshots @ Memphis Express (NFL Network)
Announcers: Dan Hellie (play-by-play), Brian Billick (analyst), Mike Smith (analyst), Jason Fischer (reporter)

Sunday, Feb. 17, 2019

4:00 p.m. — Orlando Apollos @ San Antonio Commanders (CBS Sports Network)
Announcers: Ben Holden (play-by-play), Adam Archuleta (analyst), John Schriffen (reporter)

8:00 p.m. — Atlanta Legends @ San Diego Fleet (NFL Network)
Announcers: Andrew Siciliano (play-by-play), Marvin Lewis (analyst), Maurice Jones-Drew (analyst)

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  1. Dan Hellie and Brian Billick will call the Arizona-Memphis game on Saturday night. He announced it following a team timeout late in the Salt Lake-Arizona game back on Sunday.

    • The announcers need to be consistent and give credit when credit is due instead of highlighting the negative on certain players

  2. Couldn’t help but notice announcer from yesterday’s Arizona game Feb 16th, gave no credit to Number 28 on Arizona when he stopped Memphis short of the first down marker in the fourth quarter with a remendous tackle. This was a crucial play leading to Arizona’s ultimate victory but they were quick to comment when he missed one tackle. Stay consistent boys and give credit when credit is due.

  3. So over the commentators … Tired of hearing that the AAF is a tryout for the NFL. We love the format and how the AAF is set up. We need more AAF and less NFL.

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