Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Will the XFL Reimagine the Game of Football and Unleash the A-11 Offense at the Professional Level in 2020?

In January 2018, Vince McMahon, the incredibly successful and innovative businessman, and the founder of the XFL announced he was relaunching the XFL in 2020, and he wants to re-imagine the game of football and help create its dynamic future.

His revelation about the new XFL was great and his re-imagining approach is a very Smart Move.

I have no idea what the new XFL game will look like when it kicks-off in 2020.

But What IF...?

What if the XFL allowed its teams to utilize the A-11 Offense if they want to?

What if the XFL enabled its teams to Feature Interchangeable Game Breakers at Every Position in the A-11 Offense?

What if the XFL returned the game to its Original Rules after the Forward Pass was legalized in 1906 and combined it with Modern Athletes and Innovative Strategies to offer 16,632 post-snap receiving options in the A-11 Offense vs. 36 post-snap scenarios in traditional football, respectfully?

What if the XFL created a safer brand of Professional football, because of the built-in Player Safety advantages offered by the A-11 Offense by Design?

What if the XFL featured teams competing against each other on the field of play utilizing their choice of the A-11 Offense and/or a traditional style?

What if the XFL truly re-imagines the game of football to make it faster, even more exciting, thousands of times more innovative, and even safer overall by allowing its teams to utilize the A-11 Offense if they choose to do so?

What if the XFL decides to lead the way into the exciting future of football?