Cowboys featured on upcoming season of “All or Nothing”

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The NFL’s biggest television draw is the subject of the next season of Amazon’s NFL reality series.

Season 3 of All or Nothing will launch on Amazon Prime on April 27, and it will feature the Dallas Cowboys.

The Cowboys allowed NFL Films cameras into their facility throughout the 2017 season for the eight-episode show. That means we’ll see how the team dealt with high expectations, the ultimate disappointment of missing the playoffs, and the Ezekiel Elliott case, in which a bitter fight with the league ended with the star running back serving a six-game suspension.

This season should be a test of just how much All or Nothing will show: Cowboys owner Jerry Jones attempted to derail NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s contract extension last year. Will All or Nothing give fans an inside look at that? Or will the NFL Films-produced show pull some punches?

If the show truly gives all access, it should be tremendously informative, and entertaining.

49 responses to “Cowboys featured on upcoming season of “All or Nothing”

  1. Here I am thinking All of nothing was about Jason Garrett future this year. In translation make the playoffs and/or win a playoffs game he is finally fired.

  2. imjustsayingthatsall says:
    March 1, 2018 at 9:35 am
    Spoiler Alert: Nothing

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    Crap, I posted your comment nearly verbatim before reading it, lol.

  3. I love this. Being a Philadelphian and a diehard Cowboys fan, nothing like watching America’s Team in a mini series. Will be watching for sure!

  4. I’m guessing Nothing…as in no Super Bowl appearances since the 1995 season! Eagles > Cowboys

  5. Classic Jerry Jones. This will be yet another distraction, which will one way or another cost them some games. But for Jerry, Attention = Success. Even when it costs the team wins.

  6. Why not feature the league office? Much like Hard Knocks, I’d love to see what goes on at the owner’s meetings and to see Goodell get followed with cameras around him. Since the NFL has no qualms about showing players finding out they’ve been traded or cut, how about when they get fined or suspended?

  7. rkt4mayor says:
    March 1, 2018 at 10:22 am
    I’m guessing Nothing…as in no Super Bowl appearances since the 1995 season! Eagles > Cowboys

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    Awww….thats cute, the Eagles finally got a seat at the adult table! Hate to break it to you, but winning 1 championship in 58 years only makes you greater than teams like Cleveland. The Eagles are a garbage franchise that has a history of losing, as evidenced by their sub .500 franchise record . Dallas has 4 times more Superbowls, more division championships and more seasons making the playoffs…..even though Philly had a 27 year head start. Dallas has also won 57% of their games compared to Philly’s 48%……so yeah, tell us all again how Philly is greater than Dallas?

    Now, dont want to take anything away from Philly…..they clearly were the best team and should be really good for a long time. But, lets not be ridiculous.

  8. weeteblog says:
    March 1, 2018 at 2:08 pm
    rkt4mayor says:
    March 1, 2018 at 10:22 am
    I’m guessing Nothing…as in no Super Bowl appearances since the 1995 season! Eagles > Cowboys

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    Awww….thats cute, the Eagles finally got a seat at the adult table! Hate to break it to you, but winning 1 championship in 58 years only makes you greater than teams like Cleveland. The Eagles are a garbage franchise that has a history of losing, as evidenced by their sub .500 franchise record . Dallas has 4 times more Superbowls, more division championships and more seasons making the playoffs…..even though Philly had a 27 year head start. Dallas has also won 57% of their games compared to Philly’s 48%……so yeah, tell us all again how Philly is greater than Dallas?

    Now, dont want to take anything away from Philly…..they clearly were the best team and should be really good for a long time. But, lets not be ridiculous.

    See, the beauty of winning the Super Bowl is that we don’t have to hear from fake azz Cowboy fans anymore. Now, if your team actually wins a playoff game this century, then maybe you can talk smack, otherwise, just crawl back into your hole where you bandwagon Cowboy fans belong! 1996!!!!!

  9. Is it gonna go behind the scenes and capture jerry and the puppet asking “ who the hells idea was it to make Prescott the starter “?

  10. @chap6869 says:

    “Awww….thats cute, the Eagles finally got a seat at the adult table! Hate to break it to you, but winning 1 championship in 58 years only makes you greater than teams like Cleveland. The Eagles are a garbage franchise that has a history of losing, as evidenced by their sub .500 franchise record. Now, dont want to take anything away from Philly…..they clearly were the best team and should be really good for a long time. But, lets not be ridiculous.”

    Couldn’t have said it better myself! Eagles deserved to win against the Pats, and they had a great year even with losing their starting QB. Kudos to Foles, as he was a huge part of their win. Like me, he also attended the U of A, so I actually like him even though as a Cowboy fan, it is part of the nature to despise the Eagles. There are exceptions to every rule.

    With that said, congrats Eagle fans – your Eagles FINALLY won A SB! Just remember, you are still down 4 SB wins until you are at the same level of SB success as Dallas. Super bowl wins are why teams play this game, and legacies matter. When it is all said and done, teams are judged by how many SB wins they have, not how many division titles. Remember, the Bills are remembered for losing 4 SB’s in a row, not winning 4 AFC championship games in a row.

    Next year with a successful draft, Zeke back in the mix ALL year, Prescott with another year under his belt, and a young secondary that played well as rookies, we will see how things pan out in the NFC East.

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