After one of the most unique seasons of “Hard Knocks” ever put together, the Chargers and Rams closed the book on their five-week journey on September 8 and officially kicked off the NFL’s opening week in the process.
The fourth episode of “Hard Knocks: Los Angeles” wasn’t what fans were used to. But, it was a disruption from the norm, which is what was needed.
Episode 3 of “Hard Knocks: Los Angeles” signaled a change in pace, as helmets went on, contact went up and the stakes were raised for both veterans and rookies on the bubble.
After a season premiere full of discussion about the NFL’s COVID-19 protocols, “Hard Knocks: Los Angeles” got into the nitty-gritty with the second installment of their Chargers and Rams-centered summer.
The time has finally come: “Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Oakland Raiders” is officially over. This season has seen a lot of ups and downs, between the relentless repetition … Continue Reading ‘Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Oakland Raiders’ Episode 5 synopsis/review: Don’t cry because the season’s over, smile because it happened
An 80-yard football field is usually one of those things that you’d ask Jon Gruden about jokingly just to hear what wild things would come out of his mouth about … Continue Reading ‘Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Oakland Raiders’ Episode 4 synopsis/review: While the field may fall short, Jon Gruden doesn’t
If it seems like there’s been a new wrinkle every week with the drama surrounding Antonio Brown, it’s because that’s exactly what’s been happening, and Hard Knocks has been reaping … Continue Reading ‘Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Oakland Raiders’ Episode 3 synopsis/review: Jon Gruden shines as ‘Enemy of the State’ Antonio Brown returns