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Saturday open thread: What team would you like to see on Season 3 of “All or Nothing?”

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Not including the Lions, of course.

NFL: Los Angeles Rams-Training Camp Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Films released Season 2 of “All or Nothing” on Friday, a documentary series that followed the Los Angeles Rams during the entire 2016 regular season. I binged the entire eight episodes on Friday, and like all NFL Films productions, it was excellent.

This season may not have had the theatrics that Season 1 had. The inaugural season followed an Arizona Cardinals team that made a deep playoff run and had an unforgettable game against the Green Bay Packers. But the Rams provided an unprecedented look behind-the-scenes when Jeff Fisher was fired and the aftermath of promoting their special teams coach to the interim head coach position.

“All or Nothing” manages to take what “Hard Knocks” does and expand it to interesting season-long story arcs. Where each season of “Hard Knocks” feels familiar with similar storylines every year, “All or Nothing” has managed to stay very fresh through two very different season.

While Amazon and NFL Films have yet to confirm whether there will be a third season, let’s just go ahead and assume there will be. Today’s Question of the Day is:

What team would you like to see on Season 3 of “All or Nothing?”

My answer: Obviously I’d like to see the Detroit Lions next year, but I’m sure we’re all in the same boat there. If the Lions are off the board, give me the Oakland Raiders. They’ve got so many interesting storylines going for them right now: A franchise quarterback that could make another MVP run, a team on the verge of a deep playoff run, Marshawn Lynch, an impending move to Las Vegas, a dancing punter, Marshawn freaking Lynch and a rabid fanbase. It’s hard to imagine a more entertaining team, honestly.

Your turn.