The Alliance of American Football (AAF) is now entering its third week, and save for a payroll/investment issue that was well-publicized earlier this week, things have gone relatively well for the new league.

The television ratings are solid, attendance in some areas appears to be on the rise and the football itself has been good enough to keep the interest of NFL fans starved for some weekend entertainment.

For fans of the New York Giants, things have been especially entertaining as several former players and coaches are dominating the AAF early. Here’s a quick look before Saturday’s games get underway.

Will Hill – The former Giants safety has yet to miss a tackle in the AAF and Pro Football Focus has him ranked as the No. 9 player in the entire league.

Will Hill III is the fourth member of the Orlando Apollos to crack the top-ten, and deservedly so. Hill has played 124 total snaps this season and has yet to miss a tackle attempt, leading to the second-best tackling grade (89.0) out of 21 qualifying safeties. Hill has also played well in coverage, allowing an average of 0.12 yards per cover snap, fourth among safeties with at least 40 coverage snaps.

Damontre Moore – The former Giants draft pick who left New York over some locker-room spats currently leads all AAF edge rushers with a PFF grade of 89.9. He has been dominant across the board.

You may know Damontre Moore as the guy who had a whopping nine total pressures in Week 1, and he followed that up with six more pressures this week. Moore has had a dominant first two weeks, and his overall grade of 89.8 is almost ten points higher than the next edge defender in the league. Among edge defenders with at least 40 pass-rush snaps, Moore has the best pass-rush productivity rating (16.4) with 15 total pressures (five hurries, seven hits, three sacks) on 55 pass-rush snaps this season.

Jhurell Pressley – After spending most of last season on the Giants’ practice squad, Pressley is now a featured player for the Arizona Hotshots and is third in the league in rushing (121 yards) entering Week 3. He also has one reception for 30 yards and a touchdown.

Brad Wing – After sitting out of football last season, Wing returned to the AAF and he looks good. Through two weeks, Wing is averaging 44.3 yards on 12 punts.

Akeem Hunt – Although he may be the No. 2 back in Orlando, the former Giant is averaging 5.8 yards per carry and also has a reception out of the backfield. He may be in line for more carries moving forward.

Josh Banks – The former Giants defensive tackle has recorded five tackles and a sack this season, making his presence felt on the same defense that features Will Hill.

Orion Stewart – Seven tackles and an interception are what Stewart has produced over the league’s first two weeks, and his ceiling appears much higher than that. He looks like he’s playing at a different speed than many of his opponents.

Eric Pinkins – Although overshadowed by Damontre Moore, Pinkins has played very well for the San Diego Fleet defense, leading the team with eight tackles through two weeks.

Tim Lewis – The former Giants defensive coordinator has led the Iron to a 2-0 start, and they’ve looked dominant defensively. While their offense needs some work, Lewis clearly has his team ready to play on a weekly basis. And if you love defensive football, tune in and watch Birmingham.