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https://www.nfl.com/news/indianapolis-colts-to-be-featured-on-new-in-season-version-of-hard-knocks

Hard Knocks, but in-season.

Opinions? I'll watch it but hope that Browns don't get roped into doing this.

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There is no level of sucking we haven't seen; in fact, I'm pretty sure we hold the patents on a few levels of sucking NOBODY had seen until the past few years.

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In season version?? Very bad taste!
I hate the idea! HBO in general is a public nuisance.
Nothing good can come of it.

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I hope the Browns never do something like this again.

24/7 film crews all up in my daily business would be a huge distraction, and I make my living in front of people, too. I have to imagine it would have a net-negative effect on any team being featured on this series.

I agree with THROW- nothing good can come from this.


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Make the playoffs and you can turn down Hard Knocks.

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the show has fallen off the last two years IMO. Maybe the in-season stuff will be more interesting


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I watched exactly 1 season of Hard Knocks and very much enjoyed it. I think in-season could ratchet things up. I'd also love to see the inner-workings of our Browns.

But despite that, I hope this gets nowhere near Berea.


There is no level of sucking we haven't seen; in fact, I'm pretty sure we hold the patents on a few levels of sucking NOBODY had seen until the past few years.

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Ironic. A reality show gigging for drama and dirt. Nobody wanted more Hue; just say no and make your own magic. Nothing we need can be had with this disruption and distraction. Pass


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Originally Posted By: oobernoober
https://www.nfl.com/news/indianapolis-colts-to-be-featured-on-new-in-season-version-of-hard-knocks

Hard Knocks, but in-season.

Opinions? I'll watch it but hope that Browns don't get roped into doing this.


I've watched one series of Hard Knocks,, It was the Browns..

It was fun, but that's because it was the Browns...

In-Season version is, IMO, a bad Idea


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" Reality" TV just needs to die a rapid and painful death. There is no value in any of this tripe.


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I’ve actually kind of wondered if “Building the Browns” was both a way to market the Browns to Browns fans and also a way to prevent the team from getting targeted for Hard Knocks. To that end, why cover a team that is already showing a behind-the-scenes look?

I suppose the one answer is that Hard Knocks would be less biased and shed light on more controversy, like the Hue Jackson bus driving moment. With this current regime, however, I doubt they could uncover anything that would bring about a lot of additional viewers.


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