In fact, the worst part might have been the actual on-field play and talent level as it clearly looked like a minor-league football game.
But the guys said the AAF got a lot things right. The promotion for the games was great, they have some star power involved with former GM Bill Polian and former Steeler Hines Ward. The production, being on CBS, was fantastic. They had open mics on some of the players and coaches on the sideline. The commercial breaks were shorter, the pace of play was faster and the games finished up under 3 hours.
Then, CBS cut to replay official Terri Valenti in the booth who was reviewing the play. You could see her looking at all angles and hear her deciding what the outcome was going to be. She was even going to uphold the "no catch" call until the very end when she saw a different angle and came to the determination that was it was, in fact, a catch.
The guys think this is a must-add for the NFL for credibility's sake. It would at least give fans peace of mind as to what exactly is going on when officiating decisions are being made.