Who would you rather see on HBO's 'Hard Knocks': Cleveland Browns or Philadelphia Eagles?
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Who would you rather see on HBO's 'Hard Knocks': Cleveland Browns or Philadelphia Eagles?

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Adam Schefter reports HBO will select the Cleveland Browns to be featured on the new season of "Hard Knocks." With Baker Mayfield, Josh Gordon and Jarvis Landry in the fold, the Browns offseason brings tremendous intrigue. However, the Eagles are coming off a Super Bowl-winning year and a number of big-name signings would make for an interesting behind-the-scenes documentary. What do you think? 🏈

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The Cleveland Browns are on their way up and there's no better time to hop on the bandwagon than on the ground floor. HBO is making an excellent choice by going to Cleveland this offseason, and there are so many stories to follow. 

Can Baker Mayfield make it in the NFL? Will Jarvis Landry and Josh Brown work well together? Will all the money the team spent this offseason make a difference? "Hard Knocks" will be a storyline gold mine.

The Eagles defeated the New England Patriots, won a Super Bowl and moved around money to make monster free agent signings. What more do you want if you're HBO? Repeating as NFL Champions is a journey not many teams have completed. 

Taking a look at finding that motivation would be an interesting angle. Plus, the quarterback battle between Super Bowl leader Nick Foles and regular season MVP candidate Carson Wentz is something every NFL fan wants to see. "Hard Knocks" should have gone with the champs.

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