The Alliance of American Football appears to be at the end of the road, so let's hand out the unofficial AAF MVP award, as well as other superlatives.
While the Alliance of American Football may be finished, there were several AAF running backs who earned an NFL opportunity with their strong play.
On Tuesday, news broke that the Alliance of American Football was shutting down operations of the upstart league effective immediately.
Here are the Week Eight AAF Power Rankings. The Apollos still hold the top spot, but there's a change at second place. Where do the teams ultimately land?
AAF Week Eight Quarterback Rankings: Who are the best (and worst) passers in the developmental league after eight weeks of action?
Through five weeks, the San Diego Fleet were sitting in a prime spot to make the playoffs. Now, three straight loses have them out the playoff picture.
The Birmingham Iron move to 5-3 on the season and become the second team in the Alliance to clinch a playoff birth with 17-9 win over the Atlanta Legends.
The Orlando Apollos topped the Memphis Express in comeback fashion to advance to 7-1 on the season. Johnny Manziel suffered a head injury and did not return
It is week eight if the AAF, and the playoff race is getting tighter. The 4-3 Hotshots will go on the road and visit the 5-2 San Antonio Commanders.
AAF majority owner Tom Dundon said that the league could fold without the support of the AAF, but that report is nothing for AAF fans to worry about.