Sports All or Nothing - NFL Films Documentary on Arizona Cardinals

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  1. Uncle Larry

    Uncle Larry Well-Known Member VIP

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    Anyone watching this NFL Films documentary series on Amazon? Filmed like Hard Knocks except it follows the Cardinals through the 2015 season instead of just training camp.



    I watched the first three last night and it was pretty good - heard about it on Fox Sports' guy Peter Schrager's podcast when he interviewed one of the producers.

     
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    I watched it, because I live in AZ liked it but not sure what other fans would think.
     
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    telecaster Get Yer Ya Ya's Out

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    Looking forward to the NFL this year. Will watch.
     
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    Given the storied history of the Cardinals, I'm going to guess they ended up with "nothing" at the end of the film.
     
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    I'm from Az and love the Cards. The first couple episodes have been really cool. But... Not sure why anyone else in the country would care since we already know what happened in their playoff run. I would love to see them on Hard Knocks.
     
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    Don't be mean. The Cardinals have been respectable for the last decade. For Az fans it's been amazing. Just not being the laughing stock of the league means a lot to us!
     
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    I'm from Chicago and watched the first episode. Really like it. I love behind the scenes football shows.

    It is painful to watch Ariens as the Cards HC. Bears passed on him in favor of Trestman...
     
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    That's true, this era is sort of the rennassaince for that franchise.

    As a Seahawks fan, I can't talk too much shit about franchises with sorry histories, but the Cardinals go back to the 1890s... You'd have thought they would've had a few golden eras by now.
     
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    Watched the Bruce Arians "A Football Life" And was stunned that he has not been a Head Coach in the NFL before he filled in for Pagano and then got the Cardinals gig......
    Dude is a stone cold winner and is a Coach I'll be rooting for...............
     
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    There's a profile of him on the latest episode of RealSports. Seems like a good dude, players respect him, and he's had great success.
     
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    I remember reading an article that from 85 to 05 they had a total of almost 200 losses, from 65 to 85 they also had almost 200 losses. So for forty years they have averaged something like 10 losses a season. Pretty unreal.

    The recent Sea Az rivalry has been great. Hope it keeps going strong. It's been great for both teams.
     
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    Worst football game I ever saw was a Cardinals game.
    Monday Night Football against the Giants in 1983.
    You can look it up. :endit:
     
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    The Head Coach is annoying as fuck.

    A 60 year old wigger. Is he trying to relate to his players or just a douche bag?

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    I agree! It's nice to have an NFC West rivalry that doesn't involve the goddamn 49ers. Their crappy, meth-addled fans love coming to away games and shanking people, since it doesn't count as a third strike if it happens outside California.
     
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