Eagles’ season of All or Nothing premieres February 7

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Anyone looking for behind the scenes information on the 2019 Eagles will get some in less than a month.

The Eagles were selected to be this year’s featured team on Amazon’s All or Nothing. The show, which is produced by NFL Films, chronicles the team’s season from Week One through their playoff loss to the Seahawks in the Wild Card round.

Amazon announced on Monday that the show will premiere on February 7. There will be eight episodes in the fifth season of the show. The 2018 Panthers, the 2017 Cowboys, the 2016 Rams and the 2015 Cardinals were the previous subjects.

It’s a safe bet that some of the series will be devoted to the team’s need to rely on unheralded players like Greg Ward and Boston Scott as they tried to outlast the Cowboys and wind up as the NFC East champions.

14 responses to “Eagles’ season of All or Nothing premieres February 7

  1. sportoficionado says:
    Spoiler alert, it was nothing.
    ==

    Well, ALMOST nothing. They did beat your Cowboys to win the worst division in football. Thanks to technology, however, Dallas fans were still able to watch the playoffs on TV.

  2. There’s only 2 games I really care about. That’s the games against the cowgirls. We love to see jerrah pout when he spends $$$ and ends up with another 8-8 season. Can’t wait to see the behind scene’s of how they stuck it to them.

  3. Don’t know why people are crapping on this. They’ve had the best season since the first year with Arizona. Gonna be fun to watch them rally and get back into the playoffs.

  4. Congrats for the win over the Cowboys inland nfc east title. For all that hard work, you are being rewarded with a later draft pick and a more difficult schedule next year, congrats again.

  5. Umm…. well I will gladly take the “luckiest SB win” over the most unlucky loss

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    Youknowimright says:
    January 13, 2020 at 2:25 pm
    NOTHING! This is the new norm!

    Luckiest sb win in the history of the NFL!

  6. Cowboy’s fans reduced to celebrating their teams failures by pointing out they now have a better draft pick. By that standard, you should be very pleased with their two decades of irrelevance and mediocrity.
    That is all.
    P.S – Cowboys also had the better draft pick after watching the Eagles win LII

    sportoficionado says:
    January 13, 2020 at 5:06 pm
    Congrats for the win over the Cowboys inland nfc east title. For all that hard work, you are being rewarded with a later draft pick and a more difficult schedule next year, congrats again

  7. VisionTim says:
    January 13, 2020 at 4:38 pm
    Luckiest SB win would be the Giants in SB 42.
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Are you kidding? I’m a Eagles fan, but they smacked the snot bubbles out of the Patriots. They predicted 16 points, Brady chuckled when he heard it, and look what happened. The Pats had an amazing season and damn near rolled everyone, then the G-men stopped the juggernaut.
    Loved watching them do it, and again a few years later.
    You should be giving them props where it’s due, be a mensch, rather than being salty over a decade later.

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