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  1. Not a great day for the Jets as it looks as if they’ve lost another key starter due to injury. Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News is reporting that wide receiver Quincy Enunwa has a high ankle sprain but did not specify how much time the receiver is expected to miss. Enunwa left yesterday’s game following his lone catch that resulted in a lost fumble. In addition to Enunwa, the Jets also lost starting safety Marcus Maye for 3-4 weeks with a broken thumb. The post Mehta: Enunwa has High Ankle Sprain, Will “Miss Some Time” appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  2. After spending some time away from the team to take care of an unknown medical issue, Jets defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers is reportedly set to return to his post. In what capacity Rodgers will be involved this Sunday is unknown as Bowles went on to say that Rodgers would be “eased in” upon returning. The post Kacy Rodgers Medically Cleared to Return appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  3. Having only recently returned to action after missing several weeks with a foot injury, Jets safety Marcus Maye is on the shelf once again. Manish Mehta of the Daily New is reporting that Maye, who left MetLife Stadium with a cast on his hand, will miss 3-4 weeks with a thumb injury. The post Report: Marcus Maye to Miss 3-4 Weeks appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  4. If things continue to go the way they are for a handful of Jets players, all of the heat that the organization has taken over the years from ornary fans for going heavy on defense in the draft may start to subside. There was no better example of the impact some of the Jets defenders could have than yesterday when there were major contributions from safety Jamal Adams, linebacker Darron Lee and quietly, defensive lineman Leonard Williams. Adams gave up a couple of big completions to tight end Eric Ebron, one of which looked to be on a push off, but also had multiple impact plays that changed the game. First, it was a tipped pass from Andrew Luck that was intercepted and returned for a touchdown by Morris Claiborne. Later in the game, it was Adams delivering a bone-jarring hit on Colts running back Robert Turbin that forced a fumble that the Jets would recover, while also forcing Turbin back to the locker room for the day. Jets safety Jamal Adams is starting to live up to his pre-draft hype, making game-changing plays. Through six games, Adams has probably been the Jets best defensive player as he continues to be a force around the line of scrimmage. Adams has also been vastly improved in pass coverage and gets pressure on the quarterback when asked to do so. Thus far, Adams has 37 tackles (9 for loss) a sack, an interception, two forced fumbles and five passes defended. Then of course there’s Darron Lee, who appeared to be entering the season with a chance to go down as a first-round bust if his game didn’t improve dramatically. Well, so far, it has. Lee had a huge interception and 25-yard return that essentially iced the win for the Jets against the Colts, giving him 3 picks on the year. The former Ohio State product also led the team with 8 tackles and continues to show improvement in working his way through traffic as well as shedding opposing blockers. Coming in to Sunday’s game, Lee was among the Jets top defensive players in stops. Aside from Adams, Williams and Lee, the Jets have seen significant contributions from safety Marcus Maye and linebacker Jordan Jenkins (2.5 sacks). If these young defenders keep it up, Gang Green should keep winning. If they keep on winning, perhaps it brings an end to lots of whining. The post Jets Starting to Cash in on Defensive Investments appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  5. For the third time this season, the Jets got major contributions from all three phases of the game, leading to a 42-34 victory over the visiting Indianapolis Colts. Let’s take a look at Gang Green’s report card: Quarterback: A Darnold played his best game as a pro, completing 80% of his passes while throwing a pair of touchdowns and just one interception. The INT is what stops this from being an A+, but that’s splitting hairs at this point. For the first time in the lives of many Jets fans, this team has a franchise quarterback. Running Backs: C Isaiah Crowell and Bilal Powell combined for 99 yards on 29 carries. Nowhere near as good as last week, but it was enough to keep the Colts defense honest. Wide Receivers: B Jermaine Kearse had his best game of the season as he became Darnold’s primary target once Quincy Enunwa left the game with an ankle injury following a fumble. Kearse would finish with 9 receptions for 94 yards. Robby Anderson also dropped what would have been a gorgeous TD pass from Darnold. Terrelle Pryor picked up another TD grab as part of his 5 catches for 57 yards. Tight Ends: A It’s time for this group to start getting the credit they deserve in the blocking game. Jeremy Bates has used tons of 2 and 3 TE sets to give Sam Darnold added protection and it’s paid off big time. Chris Herndon made an acrobatic catch with Malik Hooker in his hip pocket while also hauling in his first TD as a pro. Herndon is going to be a good one. Offensive Line: B+ No, they didn’t pave the way for over 300 yards on the ground, but as mentioned above, they did enough to keep the Colts defense honest in the run game. In the passing game, Darnold consistently had time to set up in the pocket and deliver the ball on time. The unit allowed just two sacks. Not a bad day at all. Defensive Line: C Leonard Williams appeared to have a quiet day on the stat sheet, but the film will show otherwise as he made some key plays, specifically putting an offensive lineman in Andrew Luck’s lap on what led to a Darron Lee interception. Henry Anderson looked to have some pressures and Steve McClendon made some quality plays. Failure to get to the QB and the Colts having stretches in which they seemed to run the ball at will make this a “C”. Linebackers: B+ Interceptions for Avery Williamson and Darron Lee were huge as the duo continue to impact the game from the middle of the defense. Lee also led the team with 8 tackles (6 solo). Not much from the outside ‘backers today but Brandon Copeland made a couple of big plays while Jeremiah Attaouchu looked to get some good push in the pocket on several plays. Safeties: B Colts tight ends got open to make some big plays, but Jamal Adams had a pair of tipped passes, one of which led to Morris Claiborne’s interception and return for a score to get things going for the Jets. Adams would also force a fumble and knock Colts running back Robert Turbin out of the game on the same play. Marcus Maye left the game with an injury to his right hand and will have X-rays on Monday. Cornerbacks: C Claiborne’s touchdown helps this group’s grade immensely, but as much fun as the win was, it’s a bit worrisome that the Jets secondary allowed Andrew Luck to throw for 301 yards and 4 touchdowns with no proven receivers to throw to. It was a rough day for Parry Nickerson who was beaten several times, including a 34-yard touchdown early on in which he appeared to be expecting safety help that wasn’t there. Special Teams: A+ Jason Myers set a franchise record with seven filed goals. If that doesn’t carry the unit to a top grade, nothing will. Coaching: B Even with a pair of corners down in Trumaine Johnson and Buster Skrine, the leaky secondary that allowed over 300 yards was a bit worrisome. That aside however, the Jets wisely stuck to the run in the second half to chew up clock and keep the Colts offense off the field. Jeremy Bates hasn’t exactly abandoned the rollout calls, but we’ve seen a dramatic reduction in recent weeks, giving Darnold a larger field, meaning more viable targets. The defense was stellar in the red zone and had a couple of huge stops early on that ended up paying huge dividends when all was said and done. The post Jets vs Colts Report Card; More High Grades in Another Blowout win appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  6. For the first time in a year the Jets finally “stacked” wins with a wild 42-34 victory over IND. In a game where they were far from perfect on both sides of the ball the Jets were opportunistic and scrappy. If this type of game happened a few weeks ago they would’ve lost, so they’re showing progress as a team. Now that they’re back at .500 let’s see if they can continue to mature and keep the “streak” going against MIN. Special Teams – In a game that punters must dream of Lachlan Edwards kicked only once and held for TEN kicks (7 FG and 3 PAT). – Andre Roberts had one decent kick return (30 yards) but other than that he had no major impact. But it is comforting to finally have a returner who secures the ball and doesn’t leave it on the field. – Game ball to Jason Myers as he scored 24 points on 7 FG and 3 PAT. His impact on the game can’t be minimized because he kept the team up by two or more scores as IND kept scoring. Defense – The overall performance of the defense was uneven as Andrew Luck kept the pressure on all game. The issue of covering TE’s popped up today as Ebron, Swope and Alie-Cox had multiple catches and TD’s. Also due to the defense running a “light box” IND running game had a bigger impact than expected. – But the defense was opportunistic as they forced four turnovers. They also held IND to only two FG’s when the offense turned the ball over twice deep in their territory. They were also lucky because IND WR’s had multiple drops which killed drives. – The scheme in terms of covering the crossing routes in the middle of the field was much better. Brandon Copeland and Avery Williamson had multiple PBU’s and Darron Lee had an INT which effectively ended the game. – Avery Williamson continued his good overall play as he contributed an INT in addition to his PBU’s. Also his ability to strip the ball out of players hands needs to be noted. Because on multiple PBU’s IND receiver actually caught the ball but he was able to pull it out for no catch. – Brandon Copeland was a “low level” signing but he has outperformed his contract. He continued his solid play as he had PBU’s but also brought edge pressure and had a tackle for a loss. – Jamal Adams had an up and down game. Two times in coverage he got beat by the TE for big gains (even though he indicated they pushed off). But he also forced a fumble that Jordan Jenkins recovered and tipped the ball that Mo Claiborne returned for a pick 6. – Mo Claiborne had a big game with a pick 6 and a tip that led to Avery Williamson’s INT. Claiborne has far outplayed Trumaine Johnson, if Johnson comes back healthy and lives up to his contract the secondary will be in excellent shape. If not are we looking at another Revis situation? Offense – Credit to the coaching staff for the way the team handled the FG at the end of the first half. For once the team looked aware and prepared as everyone moved together to get the clock stopped. – It was great to score 42 points but the team needs to be better in the red zone. Some of those seven FG’s need to be converted into TD’s. – Issues with ball security cropped up again as Quincy Enunwa put the ball on the ground after a WR screen. These need to be cleaned up because they all seem to happen on plays that get big gains. – The OLine had another solid game as they were decent in run blocking and solid in pass blocking. Spencer Long though had a couple of bad moments. He had another poor shotgun snap which almost gave IND a turnover. And on a big gain on a screen pass he was called for being down the field too soon. – Chris Herndon had his best game as a pro with two catches for 50+ yards and a TD. On a wheel route out of the backfield he made a circus catch and took the ball away from Hooker. – Good game for Terrelle Pryor as he stepped up when Quincy Enunwa left the game due to injury. He was a big target in the red zone as he scored a TD. And showed an excellent catch radius making several leaping catches that extended drives. – Jermaine Kearse finally looked like himself as he had a big game. Making key catches for first downs and catching slants for big gains. – Sam Darnold had his best game as a pro as he took advantage of the cover 2 scheme IND ran. He completed 80% of his passes (24/30 280 yards) with 2 TD’s and an INT. His INT was a back foot underthrow as the pocket was pushed into his face and he couldn’t step into it. What you have to love about Darnold is the visible growth you see game to game. Earlier in the year he was locked into Enunwa as his main target, today he spread the ball around to seven receivers. Last week against DEN Darnold attacked vertically, today he took what the IND zone gave him and had a great completion percentage. And to think he’s only six games into his career and 21 years old. The post Darnold, Herndon, Kearse & Pryor Step Up; Other Game Observations appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  7. For the first time in a year the Jets finally “stacked” wins with a wild 42-34 victory over IND. In a game where they were far from perfect on both sides of the ball the Jets were opportunistic and scrappy. If this type of game happened a few weeks ago they would’ve lost, so they’re showing progress as a team. Now that they’re back at .500 let’s see if they can continue to mature and keep the “streak” going against MIN. Special Teams – In a game that punters must dream of Lachlan Edwards kicked only once and held for TEN kicks (7 FG and 3 PAT). – Andre Roberts had one decent kick return (30 yards) but other than that he had no major impact. But it is comforting to finally have a returner who secures the ball and doesn’t leave it on the field. – Game ball to Jason Myers as he scored 24 points on 7 FG and 3 PAT. His impact on the game can’t be minimized because he kept the team up by two or more scores as IND kept scoring. Defense – The overall performance of the defense was uneven as Andrew Luck kept the pressure on all game. The issue of covering TE’s popped up today as Ebron, Swope and Alie-Cox had multiple catches and TD’s. Also due to the defense running a “light box” IND running game had a bigger impact than expected. – But the defense was opportunistic as they forced four turnovers. They also held IND to only two FG’s when the offense turned the ball over twice deep in their territory. They were also lucky because IND WR’s had multiple drops which killed drives. – The scheme in terms of covering the crossing routes in the middle of the field was much better. Brandon Copeland and Avery Williamson had multiple PBU’s and Darron Lee had an INT which effectively ended the game. – Avery Williamson continued his good overall play as he contributed an INT in addition to his PBU’s. Also his ability to strip the ball out of players hands needs to be noted. Because on multiple PBU’s IND receiver actually caught the ball but he was able to pull it out for no catch. – Brandon Copeland was a “low level” signing but he has outperformed his contract. He continued his solid play as he had PBU’s but also brought edge pressure and had a tackle for a loss. – Jamal Adams had an up and down game. Two times in coverage he got beat by the TE for big gains (even though he indicated they pushed off). But he also forced a fumble that Jordan Jenkins recovered and tipped the ball that Mo Claiborne returned for a pick 6. – Mo Claiborne had a big game with a pick 6 and a tip that led to Avery Williamson’s INT. Claiborne has far outplayed Trumaine Johnson, if Johnson comes back healthy and lives up to his contract the secondary will be in excellent shape. If not are we looking at another Revis situation? Offense – Credit to the coaching staff for the way the team handled the FG at the end of the first half. For once the team looked aware and prepared as everyone moved together to get the clock stopped. – It was great to score 42 points but the team needs to be better in the red zone. Some of those seven FG’s need to be converted into TD’s. – Issues with ball security cropped up again as Quincy Enunwa put the ball on the ground after a WR screen. These need to be cleaned up because they all seem to happen on plays that get big gains. – The OLine had another solid game as they were decent in run blocking and solid in pass blocking. Spencer Long though had a couple of bad moments. He had another poor shotgun snap which almost gave IND a turnover. And on a big gain on a screen pass he was called for being down the field too soon. – Chris Herndon had his best game as a pro with two catches for 50+ yards and a TD. On a wheel route out of the backfield he made a circus catch and took the ball away from Hooker. – Good game for Terrelle Pryor as he stepped up when Quincy Enunwa left the game due to injury. He was a big target in the red zone as he scored a TD. And showed an excellent catch radius making several leaping catches that extended drives. – Jermaine Kearse finally looked like himself as he had a big game. Making key catches for first downs and catching slants for big gains. – Sam Darnold had his best game as a pro as he took advantage of the cover 2 scheme IND ran. He completed 80% of his passes (24/30 280 yards) with 2 TD’s and an INT. His INT was a back foot underthrow as the pocket was pushed into his face and he couldn’t step into it. What you have to love about Darnold is the visible growth you see game to game. Earlier in the year he was locked into Enunwa as his main target, today he spread the ball around to seven receivers. Last week against DEN Darnold attacked vertically, today he took what the IND zone gave him and had a great completion percentage. And to think he’s only six games into his career and 21 years old. The post Darnold, Herndon, Kearse & Pryor Step Up; Other Game Observations appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  8. A few random notes, quotes and thoughts following the Jets 42-34 victory against the Indianapolis Colts at MetLife Stadium. Jets Margin of victory in their three wins this season is 19.3 Jets Margin of defeat in their three losses this season is 10.3 The Jets have taken a lot of heat over the years for going so heavy on defense in the draft. This year, that finally looks to be paying off. Darron Lee had his third interception and looks like a different player. Jamal Adams forced a fumble on a hit that not only knocked the ball loose, but knocked Robert Turbin out of the game. This of course comes one week after Leonard Williams and Jordan Jenkins combined for 3 sacks against the Broncos. Sam Darnold was sacked just twice and one may have been on the quarterback for bailing on a play too early. Either way, another solid effort from a unit that was supposed to be one of the worst in the NFL. Sam Darnold praised the team for yet another game that got big plays from all three phases and rightfully so. Chris Herndon’s 32-yard touchdown reception was his first as a pro and the first of many. Herndon’s ability consistently showed itself in training camp and it was only a matter of time before he started to become a bigger part of the offense. Speaking of Herndon, he and his fellow tight ends continue to do a solid job in pass blocking. With teams looking to stack the box and pressure Sam Darnold, the tight ends are a big reason why Darnold has been sacked just over twice per game (13 in six games). A win is a win, but it’s slightly alarming that Andrew Luck was able to put up 34 points with a depleted group of weapons on offense. Jets were just 1-5 in the red zone. That should get better as the season goes on. Avery Williamson also had himself an interception and continues to look like the team’s best offseason acquisition. Williamson is always around the ball and consistently makes impact plays. Robby Andreson had a beautiful Darnold pass go through his hands in the end zone. Tough break for Anderson who is re-establishing himself as a home run threat. Marcus Maye reportedly left the stadium with a cast on his right hand and will need X-rays according to head coach Todd Bowles. After Isaiah Crowell earned offensive player of the week honors last week, look for Jason Myers to earn the special teams player of the week this week. Next up, Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings. The post Jets vs. Colts Post Game Notes appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  9. Another game that saw all three phases of the team make big plays, and another high-scoring win for the Jets whose average margin of victory in their three wins sits at a whopping 19.2 points after beating the Colts by a score of 42-34. Kicker Jason Myers stole the show by hitting a career high seven field goals on seven attempts while rookie quarterback Sam Darnold threw for 280 yards and a pair of touchdowns while going 24-30. Darnold made several big throws in tight windows and showed tremendous growth in just his sixth pro start. For Darnold, it was an outing that saw him distribute the ball quite liberally as he hit seven different receivers and finally made an effort to heavily target Jermaine Kearse, who would finish the day with nine receptions for 94 yards. Meanwhile, Terrelle Pryor and rookie tight end Chris Herndon each had a touchdown grab. Darnold’s top receiver, Quincy Enunwa, left the game with an ankle injury after an early fumble. As good as the offense was, the scoring started early on when cornerback Morris Claiborne intercepted a tipped Andrew Luck pass and returned it for six, giving the Jets the early lead. However, ,the Colts answered right back as Luck hit Marcus Johnson on a 34-yard touchdown on the ensuing drive. From there, it was a slug fest as the two teams combined to put up 76 points in a 42-34 contest. The Jets didn’t do nearly as much damage on the ground this week after rushing for over 300 last Sunday. Bilal Powell and Isaiah Crowell combined for 99 yards on 29 carries. Far from dominant, but good enough to keep the Colts defense honest. On defense, the Jets had a pair of stellar goal line stands following turnovers deep in their own territory and along with Claiborne’s interception, Jamal Adams had a jarring hit that forced a fumble while Darron Lee got his third interception of the season. The win gets the Jets to 3-3 with another home game against the Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday. The post Jets Boot Colts 42-34, Even Record at 3-3 appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  10. Former New York Jets quarterback and current NFL analyst Boomer Esiason raised a few eyebrows when he said he believes the Jets are making an attempt to acquire pass rusher Chandler Jones from the Arizona Cardinals. Looking for a legitimate presence off the edge for a decade, importing Jones, who had 17 sacks last year and has 68 for his career would be a welcome addition to Todd Bowles’ defense. The post Esiason: Jets Trying to Acquire Chandler Jones appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  11. Coming off of a shocking 34-16 victory over the Denver Broncos, the Jets will look to string together a couple of wins for the first time this season. After turning in their best performance of the season, the Jets O-line will be key once again if Sam Darnold is going to have the necessary time to make his reads and pull the trigger to his receivers. Jets OT’s vs Darius Leonard and Kemoko Turay: Leonard is on pace to win the NFL defensive rookie of the year award as he has been largely unstoppable through the season’s first five games. Leonard currently has 54 tackles, including a nineteen tackle performance (15 solo) against the Redskins in week two. Leonard is also tied for the team lead with four sacks. Turay was a player we’d hoped would fall to the Jets in the draft and had him projected to Gang Green in our mock draft 2.0 this offseason. In limited action, Turay has a couple of sacks and will likely get the call in obvious passing situations. QB Sam Darnold vs FS Malik Hooker: Hooker has as much range as any safety in the NFL, so when a quarterback thinks they’ve got him beat, he can got get it with the best of them. If Darnold isn’t aware of Hooker’s location on any potential deep routes, it could end up burning him. ILB Darron Lee vs RB Nyheim Hines: As was the case with Turay, Hines was another player we projected to the Jets while putting together our mock drafts this offseason. Hines is an extremely versatile and explosive player who could be a check down target for Andrew Luck if the Jets continue to have success in pressuring the quarterback. Lee has been a much improved player this season and when asked to cover Hines, could have his hands full. WR Robby Anderson vs CB Pierre Desir: Desir is off to a nice start with the Colts this season and Robby Anderson is coming off of his best game of the season in which he hauled in a pair of deep touchdowns from Sam Darnold. When Anderson is a part of the game plan, he takes the offense to a whole new level. If he can do some damage against Desir, it will go a long way in helping the Jets get to .500. The post Jets vs Colts Key Head-to-Head Battles appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  12. With news of Jets starting nickel cornerback Buster being out for this Sunday’s matchup against the Indianapolis Colts and the same likely being the case for Trumaine Johnson who is listed as doubtful, the Jets may get a chance to take a peek at a pair of corners who they’re hoping to see as mainstays in their future. Skrine will be replaced on defense by rookie cornerback Parry Nickerson who has seen action in three games thus far. After struggling against the Browns a few weeks ago, and then getting beat for a couple of chunk plays early on against the Broncos, Nickerson seemed to settle down nicely against Denver. Nickerson’s stat line didn’t look good as he allowed seven completions on seven attempts, but minus two chunk plays early on that accounted for over 50 yards, he limited any later damage to short catches on a day that saw the Jets playing plenty of soft zone coverage when the outcome was no longer in doubt. Even with an extended role on defense last week for Nickerson, it was on special teams that he had the opportunity to showcase his toughness, making the tackle on the game’s opening kickoff after appearing to have been taken out of the play by a bone-jarring hit. Now with Trumaine Johnson likely out, this would be the perfect opportunity to give Robinson an extended look. After all, if this season is all about developing Sam Darnold, there’s no reason why efforts shouldn’t be made to do the same for other young players who hope to hang around and contribute for years to come. The post Injuries Could Give Jets Glimpse of Future at Cornerback appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  13. The Jets are reportedly set to host rookie running back Ralph Webb for a workout after being let go by the New England Patriots who had been carrying Webb on their practice squad. As we mentioned back in February, Webb was a combine snub despite running for over 4,000 yards at Vanderbilt to go along with his 32 career touchdowns. The post Jets to Work out Former Patriots RB Ralph Webb appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  14. The Jets released their final injury report of the week and it still contains a pair of starting cornerbacks in Trumaine Johnson and Buster Skrine. Here’s the report in full per Dennis Waszak of the Associated Press. If Johnson can’t go, which is likely the case, Rashard Robinson could see his first action of the year since returning from suspension. The post Final Injury Report; Jets Likely Down two Corners appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
  15. As the Jets prepare to take on the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, they’re doing so without several key starters in running back Isaiah Crowell (ankle), cornerbacks Trumaine Johnson (quadriceps) and Buster Skrine (concussion), and the team also added defensive lineman Leonard Williams to the report with a sore back on Thursday. Along with the aforementioned starters, linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis (foot) and wide receiver Charone Peake (hamstring) were also kept out. Those who were limited included KR/PR Andre Roberts (elbow), C Spencer Long (knee, finger), S Marcus Maye (ankle, foot), S Doug Middleton (hamstring), TE Neal Sterling (concussion), DL Folorunso Fatukasi (hamstring), DL Nathan Shepherd (shoulder), LT Kelvin Beachum (foot). Terrelle Pryor was excused from practice due to a family illness. The post Jets Extensive Injury Report now Includes Leonard Williams appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...

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