Landry (Jesse Plemons), Tim and the rest all rally to help Matt, but ultimate he can only help himself.This episode has a stand-out, career defining performance from Zach Gilford that will have you blubbering like a baby.
This episode also features Coach Taylor telling Tim Riggins (Taylor Kitsch) Jason Street’s accident was not his fault.
As we would go onto learn, Coach Taylor and Tim in the rain is a site to witness.
tells the story of a small, close-knit community in rural Texas.
The series follows Coach Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) and his family as he coaches the elite Dillon high school football team: The Panthers.
After an entire season of growing, The Panthers can see State in their future. The episode gives us one of Kitsch and Porter’s best performances when Jason decides to stay in NYC.
It all comes down to a crucial Semi-Final game against the Brant Vikings. A massive chemical spill causes Coach Taylor to look for another location for the game. The Panthers build a football field as part of Coach’s plan to instill the love of the game back in his players. The moment Tim and Jason say “Texas Forever” outside of the taxi is forever ingrained in fans minds.
When QB extraordinare Jason Street is injured during the game, it’s time for back-up QB Matt Saracen (Zach Gilford) to step up and lead the team.
The pilot has everything you want: unconditional love, unbearable loss and strength.
The homemade field makes this football game stand out amongst the rest as the Panthers fight to make it to State. manages to make you care about every single character from the first moment they step on screen.
The pilot shows Coach Taylor’s first week leading the elite Panthers.