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Breaking: Cowboys to be Featured on HBO’s Hard Knocks

The biggest spotlight in the NFL and all of the sports world belongs to the Dallas Cowboys. Whether you hate to see them succeed or if you are one of their millions of fans around the world, they have an aura that can’t be denied, and people will always watch their every move.

Americas Team is looking to bounce back from a disappointing 6-10 campaign in 2020. They have a multitude of players back healthy and are expected by many to win the NFC East. As they prepare to get back to the postseason for the first time since 2018, all eyes will be on them, per usual, starting in August as they’ve been selected to be featured on HBO’S Hard Knocks.

Dallas isn’t a stranger to Hard Knocks. They appeared on it in 2002 and 2008 as well. What the Cowboys will be hoping for is better results as they went 5-11 and 9-7 respectively and missed the playoffs in both seasons.

The five-episode series will debut Tuesday, August 10 on HBO Max and will air every Tuesday until the finale on September 7. Get your popcorn ready!

What do you think?


Written by Matthew Lenix

I write dope stuff about the Dallas Cowboys and what not.


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  1. Would rather they not do Hard Knocks. Prefer they be all business and be laser focused for the upcoming season. But of course P. T Barnum would never turn down the opportunity to showcase his product and increase visibility.

    • It’s not Jerry’s choice. HBO picks the team based on who’s eligible and the Cowboys were one of the five teams to pick from.

  2. well I see Jerry prefers sales instead of fielding a competitive team. Was excited about this season and was planning on at least attending 3 home games. The “Hard Knocks” decision tells me the results of this season.

    • It’s not Jerry’s choice. HBO picks the team based on who’s eligible and the Cowboys were one of the five teams to pick from.

  3. Nothing good will come of this, I’m sure. Cue the speculation on McCarthy’s seat temperature if he doesn’t come across as the second coming of Vince Lombardi after all of the editing is done.

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