Season 2 of ‘All or Nothing’ is the ‘Thursday Night Football’ of NFL reality shows

It’s been two months since the NFL draft. One month since the old men in khakis pearl clutched over Odell Beckham’s decision to skip OTAs. And we’ve still got about a month to go before the first few teams start training camp. Welcome to the void.

As with all empty spaces, there’s a compulsion to fill it. Nature abhors a vacuum, and Roger Goodell’s professional football content corporation despises when you are not paying attention to its many fine offerings. Fortunately, the NFL has a fidget spinner you can borrow over the long holiday weekend — a new season of All or Nothing.

This is the second season for the NFL Films and Amazon co-production. Last year’s show followed the Arizona Cardinals through their playoff run over the course of the 2015 Find Cheap Jerseys season. It was a compelling show and a hopeful intersection of both Peak TV and sports on the internet.

Like Cozart in Cincy, Elvis Andrus is having a career year in Texas. The Ranger has always been a slick fielder and a speedster on the base paths, but now he has transformed into a force to be reckoned with at the plate.

Last year Andrus hit above .300 for the first time in his eight-year Free Shipping Cheap Jerseys career. He also drove in 69 runs, smacked eight home runs and had a .362 OBP. All three numbers were the highest he’s totaled in a season.

That home run mark no longer stands, however, and the RBI total looks like it is well on its way to being topped, too. Suddenly a power hitter, Andrus has 11 dingers this season and 50 RBIs — just 19 shy of his single-season best. Oh, and he’s batting above .300 again.

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