The AFL is in the middle of an unprecedented wave of popularity and the numbers are starting to pile up.
It’s a huge, big, big deal.
The game has a very different audience now than they have ever had.
The numbers, while not a good indicator of where the game is headed, are still growing.
We’re in uncharted waters in terms of numbers.
We’ve seen a huge surge in TV viewing over the last couple of years.
That’s a massive opportunity for the game to go through something that it hasn’t been in a very long time.
We have to be ready for it.
We don’t want to be sitting on our hands and watching a massive, massive game with a very small audience.
That is a massive gamble for the AFL, but we’ve got to go ahead and do it.
The AFL needs to take a huge gamble.
And the biggest risk it’s taking is the risk of the game being left behind.
We are going to see a lot more of the same game.
We know there will be people watching it, we know there’ll be fans watching it.
But it’s going to be a huge change for the future of the AFL.
It is the only professional sports league that has not had a great deal of television exposure.
It will be the first time the AFL has had a national television broadcast.
That has been very, very difficult.
The other thing that’s going on in the AFL is there is a lot of work being done by the league to make it the most attractive place to play football.
And they’re working very hard to get there.
The league has a number of initiatives going.
They’ve got some fantastic facilities, great players, great coaches, fantastic facilities on the ground.
And there is some great TV coverage.
But what’s really exciting is the fact that we have a number to go with the huge, huge, massive television audience that we’ve had.
I think the AFL should do everything it can to get the game on the big screen and make it a great viewing experience for people, both casual and long-term fans.
It should make the game accessible to those who can’t get to the game.
They should be able to get to it on their smartphones and tablets, but they should also be able watch it on a TV.
I’ve been a big fan of the new FOX broadcast network, so I’ve got all the highlights from the games, and it is a real exciting time to be watching football in Australia.
It has been a fantastic experience watching the game, and the AFL needs all the support it can get.
But I don’t think it is going to happen overnight.
It takes a long time to get a game on television, and for some of the bigger games, it’s been quite a long wait.
There is a very real risk that there will never be a great game on TV, but the AFL can do whatever it needs to do to make sure it is on the screen in the best possible way.
The problem with watching it on television is that the AFL cannot tell us how to watch it, but it has got to make a decision as to how it wants to do that.
That decision has to be in its own best interests, and we’ve seen that the majority of AFL players are keen on watching it and doing it on TV.
There are some great, young players who are doing great things, but those are players who have already played the game for a while.
If they don’t do it right, they will not play at the next level.
And that’s a real risk.
They’ll get a chance to make their mark on the game when they’re playing.
So there are lots of good young players, who are already playing the game who can be playing it again.
The key is to have a great team that is good in front of goal, a good team in front on the other end of the ground, and that’s the AFL’s job.
The only thing that really stops us getting the game in the big time is not doing the things that make it on screen, like doing the right things.
We need to get on with the business of putting the game front and centre and putting it on the television screen.
That means getting the best players on the field, getting the right coaching staff and having the right players in front.
It means not doing things that get in the way of the television viewing audience.
The biggest thing that stops the AFL getting big ratings is not putting the AFL on the front and center and having great television coverage.
I’d like to see the AFL put a lot less emphasis on the TV game and focus more on its grassroots game.
That needs to happen.
The fact is, we are a lot bigger than most of the other sports in Australia, and in the United States, too.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see how the AFL could be in