Cowboys’ Lost Season

Amazon’s docuseries ‘All or Nothing’ goes behind the scenes of the tumultuous 2017 Dallas Cowboys season.

The 2017 Dallas Cowboys are front and center for the third season of NFL Films’ eight-episode docuseries, All or Nothing, which you can watch starting today with an Amazon Prime subscription.

Mad Men’s Jon Hamm again narrates the Emmy-Award winning series.

As with season one (Arizona Cardinals) and season two (Los Angeles Rams), season three goes inside the team’s “locker room, on the sidelines and off the field.”

It all starts with such promise. Among other positive auguries: Head coach Jason Garrett’s designation as “the reigning NFL Coach of the Year.” And owner Jerry Jones has been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Following an investigation, however, running back Ezekiel Elliott receives a six-game suspension for “conduct detrimental to the league.” Further distractions include the team’s handling of player protests during the National Anthem.

The Cowboys never quite find their “footing, alternating between winning and losing streaks,” finishing the season with nine wins and seven losses.

All or Nothing’s season three debut coincides with the 2018 NFL Draft, also in Dallas, which started yesterday and continues through tomorrow.

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About Larry Greenberg

A former local beat reporter and film critic, co-founder Lawrence Greenberg has more than 25 years’ experience as a writer and public relations executive.

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