Panthers are this year’s All or Nothing team

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From 2016 through 2018, Amazon dropped without much advance notice and with no advance identification of the involved team a full season of All or Nothing, a full-season look at one specific NFL franchise. This year, there has been no advance notice as to when the show will emerge and no advance identification of the team involved.

This year, we’ve caught wind of the team, and we’ve confirmed it. Per multiple sources, Carolina Panthers secretly served as the most recent All or Nothing team.

If it’s the Panthers, it could be an intriguing look at the disintegration of a playoff contender. They started the season 6-2 before a Thursday night disaster against the Steelers that greased the skids of a seven-game free fall that ended in Week 17, with a meaningless win over a Saints team that had locked up the No. 1 seed.

Along the way, quarterback Cam Newton‘s shoulder was making it harder and harder to get the ball down the field, which made it easier and easier for defenses to reduce the amount of territory they had to cover.

It’s not known when the series will debut. But it is known that, when it does, it will feature the Panthers.

51 responses to “Panthers are this year’s All or Nothing team

  1. I can’t recall such an obvious mismanaged injury getting so little criticism. Rivera should have been roasted for making/letting Newton continue to play for half a season when it was obvious to everyone that he couldn’t throw. We all saw it in real-time. I doubt Amazon has anything to tell us that we didn’t already see.

  2. Scam needs to see the Wizard to get a brain, heart, and courage. Until he gets those, the Panthers will simply be “also rans.”

  3. If Vegas was taking bets on “nothing” I would be willing to plunk down a couple of paychecks. I have not seen anything this offseason that suggests a giant leap forward.

  4. Yeah, you know, right?
    The Panthers’ crash and burn from 6-2 into oblivion was one of the more delightful arcs of the 2018 NFL season. Obviously made Amazon’s choice a no-brainer.

  5. As long as the Gatorade Hoodie is the QB in town, I’ll go with the nothing part of this one.

  6. ‘First Down!!’ I bet Scam goes into great detail about how he honors children when he runs 20 yards away from the huddle to signal a new set of downs

  7. Maybe they’ll ask Cam why he didn’t dive on his fumble, why he fell to pieces in the Super Bowl & why he was such a total tool in the press conference. Newton is a total A*hole.

  8. This is for people to see how sensational of a leader Cam is and then still bash him because he looks and talks differently from the leaders they covet. I’m in.

  9. vikesfansteve says:
    May 14, 2019 at 9:38 am
    Maybe they’ll ask Cam why he didn’t dive on his fumble, why he fell to pieces in the Super Bowl & why he was such a total tool in the press conference. Newton is a total A*hole.
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    Ya man, let’s ask him about a fumble from 2016 that there’s no humanly possible way he could’ve recovered. He could’ve gotten a concussion, yes, but was nowhere close to recovering that football. You seem like the tool here, should look in the mirror.

  10. jackedupboonie says:
    May 14, 2019 at 9:36 am
    ‘First Down!!’ I bet Scam goes into great detail about how he honors children when he runs 20 yards away from the huddle to signal a new set of downs.
    ________
    This is funny because it’s true.

  11. Remember NFL players and staff. The makers of this thing can cut and paste video to make you look like a genius or a doofus.

    Once the words leave your mouth, they own them and can mix and match them however they please.

  12. The Panthers aren’t all that popular in the Carolinas. The Redskins and Cowboys have more fans than the Panthers.

  13. Is this just going to be a family show like the last one was? Wasn’t a big fan of Keeping Up With the Joneses last season.

  14. Half the season will be Cam Newton mugging for the camera and showboating and the other half will be him sulking and having mental breakdowns.

  15. Joe Mantana had arm problems shortly before retiring, but he was able to turn 5 yard slant passes into long receptions with receivers like Jerry Rice and John Taylor, who were great runners after catching the ball. Cam Newton may want to go back and look at some of those videos.

  16. fishyinalittledishy says:
    May 14, 2019 at 2:26 pm
    Apart from someone’s choice of attire without mentioning any names couldn’t think of a more boring team. Nothing ever happens with the Panthers.
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    Their former owner was forced to sell the team because of “inappropriate work place behavior” and “creating a toxic working environment.” That’s something…

  17. As long as Rivera and Newton are getting a paycheck, it means David Tepper has zero interest in winning. The franchise is a joke.

  18. As long as they continue overpaying their overrated, backup caliber QB they will continue being q nothing team going nowhere.

  19. As a Panthers fan, it is certainly a little annoying to see Newton bashed well beyond the point of reason (for example, who can rationally suggest that a team that went 15-1 and made the Super Bowl with a QB can’t “win” with him?)…but then I remember that only good quarterbacks are hated; the lousy ones are just ignored.

    Consider this list of current starting NFL quarterbacks: Phillip Rivers, Andrew Luck, Dak Prescott, Matt Stafford, Deshaun Watson, Patrick Mahomes, Kirk Cousins, Derrick Carr…what do they all have in common? They’ve won one fewer conference title than Newton.

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