Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in the Dallas Cowboys locker room? Or how about team meetings and practices? What was everyone saying when it was announced that running back Ezekiel Elliott would be suspended for six games last season? Well, on April 27th we will get a glimpse of what it’s like behind the scenes at the Cowboys organization.
Amazon Prime will be releasing its 3rd season of it docuseries All or Nothing featuring the Dallas Cowboys throughout their 2017 season. I’m sure many people don’t want to be reminded of last season, but this show will not disappoint.
Viewers may be surprised to learn that head coach Jason Garrett isn’t as subdued and timid as he seems to be when he’s behind the podium and in front of reporters. Many who have seen the show report that Garrett, who seems to have an affinity for F-bombs, is passionate and blunt when it comes to his everyday rhetoric.
One subject covered in the show is the six week suspension of Elliott, and how that affected the team as well as how it affected Zeke personally. The debate over sitting or standing for the National Anthem is also covered. If you don’t remember, last season the team and all the coaching staff locked arms and kneeled prior to the anthem, but stood during it.
The dynamics in the front office and the Jones’ family life is also covered. Expect to see John Stephen Jones, Jerry’s grandson, playing quarterback for Highland Park HS and going to the State Championship.
Another interesting aspect of the show will be the interaction between Dez Bryant and the coaching staff. Will viewers pick up on signs of Bryant’s future release from the team? Get your popcorn ready!
Had a chance to review All or Nothing: The Dallas Cowboys. Thinking fans will devour the behind-the-scenes access:
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— Kate Hairopoulos (@khairopoulos) April 18, 2018
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