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Old 07-01-2016, 12:57 PM   #1
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Anyone who has Amazon Prime, new series released today called All or Nothing and is a behind the scenes look at the Arizona Cardinal's 2015 season.

First episode had several spotlights on David Johnson, from the decision to draft him, his first game TD, home life, second game at Chicago...

Also showed X-Man in the opening narrative and he's listed on the cast list, hoping to see some of him in future episodes. (No I haven't had a chance to stream them all yet).
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Old 07-01-2016, 01:05 PM   #2
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Very interesting, thanks for the heads up.
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I believe the first episode is available to view for free even without Prime membership.

Also, David Johnson will be a part of "Celebrity Family Feud" that airs on ABC Sunday night (7/3)
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Just a heads up: if you're bothered by swearing (or plan to watch it around kids whom you don't want to expose to swearing), you'll want to go with the edited version.
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Old 07-07-2016, 08:56 AM   #5
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I just finished the series yesterday, it was pretty good. Lots of DJ highlights and I could argue that he was really one of the main focal points of 2 of the 8 episodes. My highlight of the series was the last 5 minutes or so when DJ is talking with the Cardinals running backs coach. Essentially the RB coach told him, if you stay healthy and keep working hard there's no reason he can't be in the Hall of Fame in Canton after he retires. Pretty cool to think about.
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It's a great series and well worth watching if u enjoy a behind the scenes look at pro sports.

Lots of content on DJ. Cool to see how the other players react as they start to realize they've got a beast at the RB spot.
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I think I've watched 4-5 episodes so far. I'm enjoying it.
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I found it really interesting to learn how badly the Cardinals wanted another running back, Ameer Abdullah, in the 2nd round before the Lions took him. I think it worked out pretty well for the Cardinals.
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I found it really interesting to learn how badly the Cardinals wanted another running back, Ameer Abdullah, in the 2nd round before the Lions took him. I think it worked out pretty well for the Cardinals.
Just out of curiousity, I did a stats comparison between the two for last season.
David's stats will include the two playoff games as well (if someone wanted just a regular season comparison, I could post that too)

Rushing:
Abdullah - 597 yds on 143 att, 4.2 avg; 2 TDs, long of 36
Johnson - 676 yds on 155 att, 4.4 avg; 9 TD, long of 47

Receiving:
Abdullah - 183 yds on 25 catches, 7.3 ypc; 1 TD, long of 36
Johnson - 568 yds on 51 catches, 11.1 ypc, 4TD, long of 55

Yards from Scrimmage (rushing+receiving):
Abdullah - 780 yds on 168 touches, 4.6 avg; 3 TD
Johnson - 1244 yds on 206 touches, 6.0 avg; 13 TDs

Kick Returns:
Abdullah - 37 returns for 1077 yds, 29.1 avg; 0 TDs, long of 104
Johnson - 22 returns for 598 yards, 27.2 avg; 1 TD, long of 108

Fumbles:
Abdullah - 5 fumbles, 2 lost
Johnson - 4 fumbles, 1 lost
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How can you have a 104 kickoff return, and not a TD?

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Take a kick off 5 yards deep and get stopped at the 1 or 6 yards deep and get stopped at the 2 or 7 yards deep and stopped at the 3 or 8 yards deep and stopped at the 4 or 9 yards deep and stopped at the 5....
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How can you have a 104 kickoff return, and not a TD?
taking it about 5 yards deep, then getting tripped up by Micah Hyde and falling at the half-yard line

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