It has been a frustrating, roller-coaster ride of an offseason for New York Giants fans. With major changes, a ton of negative media attention and controversy, controversy, controversy, there hasn’t been a dull moment yet.

Looking for a break from that? Well, look no further than the 2019 version of HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” which will feature a team who’s dysfunction goes unmatched nearly every season: the Oakland Raiders.

Premiering on August 6th, “Hard Knocks” will follow a Raiders team that went 4-12 last season and saw head coach Jon Gruden get his brains beaten in for some of the head-scratching moves he made in his return to the team.

Adding to that, the Raiders have Mark Davis’ hair, a TV general manager in Mike Mayock, a star wide receiver in Antonio Brown who can’t keep a low profile to save his life and a quarterback in Derek Carr who could be playing to save his job.

And did I mention that the Raiders, a team set to move to a new location in Las Vegas in 2020, have enjoyed just one winning season (2016) since 2003?

What is not to love about watching this situation unfold on television?

It’ll be especially fun for Giants fans, who have seen their team under the national spotlight for the entire offseason, often times to a nauseating and overblown extent.

Starting in August, the Raiders will basically be telling the Giants “hold my beer” while they attempt to not embarrass themselves on camera. Oh, let us count the ways that can happen.

In other words: sit back, relax, and enjoy the show, Giants fans. Another team is going to take the attention for awhile and they can deal with the media hysteria—rational or otherwise—that will ensue.