Christian Hackenberg Fails Spectacularly In Pro Football Debut In The AAF

Getty									Steve Spurrier is the head coach of the Orlando Apollos

Getty Steve Spurrier is the head coach of the Orlando Apollos

After a good freshman season at Penn State in 2013, Christian Hackenberg got some premature buzz as a potential No. 1 overall pick in the NFL.

It's not Christian Hackenberg's fault that the Jets took him in the second round of the 2016 National Football League draft.

Gang Green traded him to the Oakland Raiders in May for a conditional seventh-round draft pick.

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The Alliance of American Football is here to provide more football while the NFL season is over.

The Express were blown out by the Birmingham Iron, 26-0.

Quarterbacks are mic'd up in the AAF, but Hackenberg seemed to forget that.

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The 23-year-old finished the first half with just 20 passing yards and the interception.

Saturday's AAF debut, which featured a pair of games on CBS, registered a 2.1 rating, according to Sports Business Journal, a strong start for a league that hopes to capture football fans' attention during the NFL offseason.

Hackenberg was picked off when he attempted to throw across the middle of the field with his team trailing by three late in the first quarter and the ball near midfield.

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When asked whether he fears being sacked, Sarri replied: "I don't know, you have to ask the club". For the moment I have to say only sorry".

Rahim Moore is starting at free safety for Arizona and Steven Johnson is a starting inside linebacker for the Hotshots.

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