Saturday night had already been slated for a viewing of Bohemian Rhapsody with 10 total people in the house and no realistic chance to sneak much of a peak at AAF action.
But a brief break in the movie gave me a chance to watch some of the San Diego vs. San Antonio game (the officiating uniforms need some work), and I was sufficiently intrigued to want to watch more. So I pulled up the AAF website on my phone and discreetly (or otherwise) checked out both of last night’s games from time to time after the film resumed. Then, when the credits rolled, the AAF game was back on the screen — just in time for the final drive of the Fleet vs. the Commanders.
Down 15-6, San Diego drove the ball, with quarterback Phillip Nelson leading the effort. And as San Diego, three time outs in their pockets and down two scores, got closer to the goal line, I wondered whether Fleet coach Mike Martz…