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This is the best thing I’ve ever watched on Amazon. I would pay some good money to see this each and every year. I really feel like this will be a special season coming up and I’m disappointed to know that we likely won’t get the same “inside” footage of the upcoming season. My main takeaway is that my perception of Ron has totally changed. He was lighting in to those “Motherf**kers” during halftime of the Pittsburgh game and it was glorious. I’ve always hated sideline Ron for being so stoic and carefree, but that dude has some damn passion! What a treat to see all this. Wish we could see this every season!

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Just binged it, damn. I would watch that every season. One thing that nobody else mentioned... at the beginning of episode of episode 8, who did Tepper and Hurney bench? Did they tell Cam to take the rest of the year off?

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So finally got done binge watching it.  Here are a couple take aways.  

There was some obvious contentious feelings on the overall effort and focus of Donte last year.  Not sure if that was because he got a big head because of the fast start he had or whether it’s just the normal growing pains of a rookie.  My gut tells me he got a little too big for his britches but was brought back to earth after the Steelers game.  

Cam’s shoulder was done as soon as he showed up on the injury report early in the season    

I think Rivera behind the scenes is a good coach  I think all he stuff we hear from him usually is pure coach speak and no one should put any truth to any of that  

Washington was pissed  after his demotion   Look at his reaction in the meeting when RR is explaining why he let Hoke and Imura go   Washington looked resentful as hell   

Overall that was awesome   I wish we had that every year   I will definitely watch it again  

 

 

 

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Really surprised at the lack of following CMC, the one big highlight of the year in regards to production.  Other then that, was a very good show and the ending did give me higher hopes to start this season.

BTW Ryan crying by himself in the team meeting room after the Saints game was rough, I felt that.  

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4 minutes ago, Dunn said:

BTW Ryan crying by himself in the team meeting room after the Saints game was rough, I felt that.  

Agree.  That guy has bled black and blue his whole career and better end up in our hall.

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3 episodes in and its already making me miss football. I might have to pre order Madden 20 just to get my football fix in early. Also all the references to the Super Bowl losing season kind of stings each time it’s brought up.

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Does anyone have an idea on what shoes Greg Olsen is wearing in episode 1?.  I am talking about when he is leaving the field with the crutches?  Id love to try and find a pair of those with that color scheme.

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Veteran leadership is huge in that locker room. They did a great job showing people who underestimate veterans.

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Wow, just finished. Absolutely amazing. Episode 7 was especially brutal. Eric Washington did not have a good look there. He didn’t seem to have the respect of his players at all. TD was particularly annoyed with him. They seem willing to run through walls for Rivera though.

Who knows what this season will be like but I have 100% faith in Rivera and Tepper to eventually build a winner. 

 

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On 7/20/2019 at 1:25 AM, TheSpecialJuan said:

The way that @allornothingtv portrayed me is actually the exact opposite of what I really am, that was a tough season, I wasn’t the only guy in that building tired of losing!

7:45 PM - 19 Jul 2019

I agree with him but I think he needs to learn when to STFU when someone is trying to show him something or just say "Ok" and decide what you're going to do with the information.  Furthermore, i think he had more respect for Coach Rodgers than Coach Immura...watching episode 6 now..i'll give my review when im finished..

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3 hours ago, KneelingCamFan said:

I agree with him but I think he needs to learn when to STFU when someone is trying to show him something or just say "Ok" and decide what you're going to do with the information.  Furthermore, i think he had more respect for Coach Rodgers than Coach Immura...watching episode 6 now..i'll give my review when im finished..

Yeah, that response shows that his portrayal in the series is accurate. He should be thankful really. There were one or two other guys who looked a lot worse. 

It was interesting how most of the secondary got screen time but Bradberry was a complete no show.

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9 minutes ago, Tbe said:

Yeah, that response shows that his portrayal in the series is accurate. He should be thankful really. There were one or two other guys who looked a lot worse. 

It was interesting how most of the secondary got screen time but Bradberry was a complete no show.

Yeah, it was almost as if he was intentionally clipped out. It was definitely noticeable. 

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Ron Rivera ripped into the Panthers at halftime of blowout loss to Steelers

Posted by Mike Florio on July 21, 2019, 2:13 PM EDT

The new seen of All or Nothing debuted Friday, to little buzz and even less fanfare. For some reason, Amazon and NFL Films opted to hold the fourth season of the better-than-Hard-Knocks program until the eve of the launch of training camps, all but guaranteeing that it will get lost in the shuffle of the return of football.

But the series contains plenty of intriguing moments. And though I’d planned to watch all of it before writing anything about it here, it was time to start typing furiously after hearing coach Ron Rivera furiously tear into his team at halftime of a blowout loss to the Steelers. It was, by the time it ended, a monologue that would make Rex Ryan blush.

Down 31-14 after two quarters of the Thursday night game, the scene begins with Rivera pointing his finger at rookie cornerback Donte Jackson, who has bristled at the manner in which the show depicts his first-year struggles.

“Don’t lose your mind, don’t let him get inside your head,” Rivera says to Jackson, who was badly burned by Steelers receiver Antonio Brown for a long touchdown and needed to be consoled on the sideline. “You’ve got just as much skill and ability as anybody on that damn field. You don’t let that f–ker push you around. You’re too good. But you’ve got to keep your mind in the game and stay focused. All right? Don’t let him get to you. You are too good a football player to worry about poo like that, all right? You go out and do your job.”

 

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/category/rumor-mill/

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Not to compare JC players to NFL players but i binged Last Chance U season 4 and All or Nothing this weekend and its crazy how much of a gap there is in maturity between the JC players and coaches and the Panthers players and coaches. 

Some of those players on Last Chance U were higher ranked out of high school than some players on the Panthers were, the difference is these Last Chance U players didnt wanna grow up

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