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On 1/25/2022 at 8:05 AM, HighPitch said:

fellas where are the wrs?

 

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    Treylon Burks
    WR Arkansas
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    Ikem Ekwonu
    OT North Carolina State
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    Jermaine Johnson
    EDGE Florida State
     
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    Zion Johnson
    OG Boston College
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    Trey McBride
    TE Colorado State
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    Jahan Dotson
    WR Penn State
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    George Pickens
    WR Georgia
     
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    Darrian Beavers
    LB Cincinnati
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    Khalil Shakir
    WR Boise State
     
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    Yusuf Corker
    S Kentucky
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    Cole Turner
    TE Nevada
     
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    Christian Watson
    WR North Dakota State
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    James Empey
    OC BYU
     
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    Charlie Kolar
    TE Iowa State
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    159.
    Leo Chenal
    LB Wisconsin
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    162.
    Zyon McCollum
    CB Sam Houston State
     
  • 2023 CAR 2nd
  • 2023 NYG 2nd
  • 2023 LV 2nd
  • 2023 DET 2nd
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Trade back is the what this draft board begs you to do. Picks in the middle rounds is where the value is at and stockpiling picks for the next draft because making the Jets a perennial contender is a process.  Weapons for Zach - Burks, Robinson, Spiller. A dependable two way TE in Ruckert (to pair with Shultz, Gesicki, Njoku or Howard from free agency). Continue the O line rebuild with Smith (nasty) and Lindstrom. Starting quality CB and LB in McDuffie and Tindall who fit the athleticism mold favored by JD and Saleh.  Cam Thomas and Sam Williams for the edge - increases our chances of hitting on one - and Garrett because we are thinner at DT than you might think plus Saleh loves penetrating athletic guys for the D line.  We finish the draft stockpiling 4 second and 4 third round picks for 2023 allowing tons of flexibility to get this thing done. Remember Rome was not built in a day, but once it was built, it dominated the world for over 1,000 years.

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    Treylon Burks
    WR Arkansas
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    Cameron Thomas
    EDGE San Diego State
     
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    Trent McDuffie
    CB Washington
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    Isaiah Spiller
    RB Texas A&M
     
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    Lecitus Smith
    OG Virginia Tech
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    Alec Lindstrom
    OC Boston College
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    Sam Williams
    EDGE Mississippi
     
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    Wan'Dale Robinson
    WR Kentucky
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    Channing Tindall
    LB Georgia
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    Haskell Garrett
    DT Ohio State
     
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    Jeremy Ruckert
    TE Ohio State
     
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  • 2023 BUF 2nd
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11 hours ago, jetstream23 said:

Navigating the board like a mofo to get a premiere Edge rusher, the best Center, an excellent WR and solve our TE problem.... plus picks in Rounds 2 and 4 next year.

 

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4 hours ago, jetsons said:

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    Treylon Burks
    WR Arkansas
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    Ikem Ekwonu
    OT North Carolina State
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    Jermaine Johnson
    EDGE Florida State
     
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    Zion Johnson
    OG Boston College
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    Trey McBride
    TE Colorado State
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    Jahan Dotson
    WR Penn State
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    George Pickens
    WR Georgia
     
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    Darrian Beavers
    LB Cincinnati
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    Khalil Shakir
    WR Boise State
     
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    Yusuf Corker
    S Kentucky
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    Cole Turner
    TE Nevada
     
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    Christian Watson
    WR North Dakota State
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    James Empey
    OC BYU
     
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    Charlie Kolar
    TE Iowa State
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    Leo Chenal
    LB Wisconsin
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    Zyon McCollum
    CB Sam Houston State
     
  • 2023 CAR 2nd
  • 2023 NYG 2nd
  • 2023 LV 2nd
  • 2023 DET 2nd
  • 2023 CAR 3rd

Id take either of these right now

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This became my dream Mock at this point in the season:

 

4: R1 P4 OT Evan Neal - Alabama
10: R1 P10 S Kyle Hamilton - Notre Dame
35: R2 P3 C Tyler Linderbaum - Iowa
38: R2 P6 LB Devin Lloyd - Utah
69: R3 P5 TE Jeremy Ruckert - Ohio State
108: R4 P6 RB Breece Hall - Iowa State
114: R4 P12 G Emil Ekiyor Jr. - Alabama
145: R5 P3 CB Sevyn Banks - Ohio State
162: R5 P20 EDGE Merlin Robertson - Arizona State
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No trades:

-High Motor Edge

-Right Guard to match AVT's nastiness.  Possible move to Tackle in a year.  Line rebuild is complete!  

-Starting TE

-WLB 

-Boundary Receiver to replace the Mims disaster

-Back to the UGA well for a starting RB.  Carter goes to change of pace back where he will excel and stay healthy.

-D line depth.  He fits what Saleh wants.

-Second TE for the big sets LaFleur loves 

-Secondary depth

 

I'm satisfied with this draft, although I would prefer to move back from ten and add a premium 2023 pick.  In that case I would've drafted Linderbaum with our lower pick and moved McGovern to RG.  The rest would stay the same:

 

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I'm not a real fan of taking Hamilton too high in the 1st... @ 10 I figured I'd take shot... It turned out to be pretty decent... imo. 🙂

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    Kyle Hamilton
    S Notre Dame
     
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    Tyler Linderbaum
    OC Iowa
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    Cameron Thomas
    EDGE San Diego State
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    Jahan Dotson
    WR Penn State
     
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    Trey McBride
    TE Colorado State
     
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    Chad Muma
    LB Wyoming
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    Daniel Faalele
    OT Minnesota
     
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    Marquis Hayes
    OG Oklahoma
     
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    Christian Watson
    WR North Dakota State
     
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    Alontae Taylor
    CB Tennessee
     
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    Tyler Badie
    RB Missouri
     
  • 2023 CLE 2nd
  • 2023 DET 4th
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On 1/21/2022 at 10:01 AM, HighPitch said:

Some of you guys have that "give zach the best chance to succeed so we can see what we got" attitude. So I started playing around and found that you can indeed create what should be an almost fool proof powerful offense as long as everyone comes more or less as advertised. How can we not score with these additions?

 

No trades, only 3 rounds....rest can be D for all I care

 

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    Garrett Wilson
    WR Ohio State
     
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    Treylon Burks
    WR Arkansas
     
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    Trey McBride
    TE Colorado State
     
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    Darian Kinnard
    OT Kentucky
     
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    Alec Lindstrom
    OC Boston College

Just change the 4th pick to OT or Pass rush and good. Burks through RD 3 is good with me

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No trades.  I keep falling into the same pattern/picks:

1a. Edge

1b. RG O-line rebuild is complete.

2a. TE

2b. Mike Backer

3. Boundary Receiver

4a. Will Backer

4b. Starting HB.  Pushes Carter to a change of pace runner where he can stay healthy

5a. Edge depth 

5b. TE

 

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On 1/29/2022 at 7:46 AM, NYDreamer said:

This became my dream Mock at this point in the season:

 

4: R1 P4 OT Evan Neal - Alabama
10: R1 P10 S Kyle Hamilton - Notre Dame
35: R2 P3 C Tyler Linderbaum - Iowa
38: R2 P6 LB Devin Lloyd - Utah
69: R3 P5 TE Jeremy Ruckert - Ohio State
108: R4 P6 RB Breece Hall - Iowa State
114: R4 P12 G Emil Ekiyor Jr. - Alabama
145: R5 P3 CB Sevyn Banks - Ohio State
162: R5 P20 EDGE Merlin Robertson - Arizona State

Please share what drugs you are on

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  • 4  Aidan Hutchinson 
    EDGE Michigan
     
  • 12 Devin Lloyd LB Utah
     
  • 35 Kaiir Elam CB Florida
     
  • 38. Trey McBride 
    TE Colorado State
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  • 69.  Quay Walker LB Georgia
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  • 77. Bernhard Raimann OT Central Michigan
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  • 114. Erik Ezukanma 
  • WR Texas Tech
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  • 119. Yusuf Corker  S Kentucky
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  • 145. Charlie Kolar TE Iowa State 
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  • 158 Tyreke Smith 
    EDGE Ohio State
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  • 171. Charleston Rambo
    WR Miami-Fl
     
  • 253. Danny Gray
    WR SMU
     
  • 254. Blaise Andries
    OG Minnesota


     
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No trades... building from the interior out...

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    Evan Neal
    OT Alabama
     
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    Tyler Linderbaum
    OC Iowa
     
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    Travon Walker
    EDGE Georgia
     
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    Zion Johnson
    OG Boston College
     
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    Jake Ferguson
    TE Wisconsin
     
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    Jerome Ford
    RB Cincinnati
     
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    Yusuf Corker
    S Kentucky
     
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    Christian Watson
    WR North Dakota State
     
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    Zyon McCollum
    CB Sam Houston State
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So many good players in this draft but realistically we can only probably draft 8-9. JD more than likely trades back at 10 and trades up somewhere along the way as well. My favorites to draft early in first 2 rounds - with trading back at 10 gets us another 2nd rounder. So 5 picks in first 2 rounds. would be thrilled with 5 of these guys -  *Thibs, Hutch, *Lloyd, Ekwonu,  *McDuffie, Elam, Spiller, *McBride, Burks, Muma, Linderbaum, *Muma, Harris. 
And in middle and late rounds my favs  - OT Kinnard, WR Doubs, CB Wright, CB Gordon, OF Lucas, C Lindstrum, RB White, S McKinley, DT Haskell, DT Ridgeway, Edge Thomas, WR Watson, CB Jones, FB Horath, WR Gray, WR Ross, WR Robinson, OT Raiman, LB Tindall, LB Smith, TE Ruckert

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Key resignings: Foley, Berrios, Keelan Cole, Dan Feeney, Conor McDermott, Joe Flacco

Key FA acquisitions: James Daniels iOL, David Njoku TE, Donte Jackson CB, Quandre Diggs S

Key Cuts: Ryan Griffin TE, Sheldon Rankins iDL, Greg Van Roten iOL

Extensions: George Fant LT, Connor McGovern iOL

Draft:

1.4. Garratt Wilson WR Ohio State

1.10. David Ojabo Edge Michigan

2.35. Trey McBride TE Colorado State

2.38. Kenneth Walker RB Michigan State

3.69. Brian Asamoah LB, Oklahoma

4.107. Lecitus Smith iOL Virginia Tech

4.113. Quay Walker LB Georgia

5.144. Haskell Garrett iDL Ohio State

5.161. Cordell Volson OT North Dakota State

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Again, this would just be a silly good draft. Ekwonu to finish the line and hedge against Becton/Fant not progressing or re-signing, Lloyd and Asomoah to revamp the LB room, Joseph at safety, Johnson at Edge, Burks, McBride, Ruckert and Cook for the skill positions and Weatherford as a wildcard defender. Oh, and Seattle's 2023 1st round pick. 

 

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4 minutes ago, Doggin94it said:

Again, this would just be a silly good draft. Ekwonu to finish the line and hedge against Becton/Fant not progressing or re-signing, Lloyd and Asomoah to revamp the LB room, Joseph at safety, Johnson at Edge, Burks, McBride, Ruckert and Cook for the skill positions and Weatherford as a wildcard defender. Oh, and Seattle's 2023 1st round pick. 

 

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Holy hell I would love that. 

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On 1/21/2022 at 10:08 AM, TheClashFan said:

4 seems awfully early for Wilson.  I really doubt JD does not draft an edge with one of the first four picks, nor will he likely double dip at WR so early.

 

 

The reality is whoever we get at #4 will seem like a reach.

OL: Ekwonu seems like the guy most would want. In last year’s draft, he’s not going before Sewell. And he would be in the mix with Slater and AVT who went 13th and 14th.

Edge: Kwity Paye went 21st last year. Are Karlaftis, Walker and Ojabo better prospects than him? Slightly? Maybe?

WR: The top guys in this draft are in the Justin Jefferson, Henry Ruggs, DeVonta Smith, Jerry Jeudy and Jaylen Waddle level of prospect. Or guys that typically go between 8-20.

Basically whoever we get at #4 and #10 in most drafts are guys who tend to get drafted between 8-20. 
 

So then it is who will improve your team the most? A Kwity Paye, AVT or DeVonta Smith? I’m taking the WR.

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    12.
    David Ojabo
    EDGE Michigan
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    Tyler Linderbaum
    OC Iowa
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    Zion Johnson
    OG Boston College
     
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    Isaiah Likely
    TE Coastal Carolina
     
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    Jalen Tolbert
    WR South Alabama
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    Trey McBride
    TE Colorado State
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    Tyler Allgeier
    RB BYU
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    Tariq Woolen
    CB UTSA
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    Smoke Monday
    S Auburn
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    Josh Jobe
    CB Alabama
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    Jesse Luketa
    LB Penn State
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    Myron Cunningham
    OT Arkansas
     
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    Josh Paschal
    EDGE Kentucky
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    Kyle Philips
    WR UCLA
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    Mike Rose
    LB Iowa State
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    Allie Green IV
    CB Missouri
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  • 2023 NO 2nd
  • 2023 ATL 2nd
  • 2023 NO 3rd
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I typically won't trade, but the Eagles really wanted Hamilton at 4 so I obliged.  

This week at Senior Bowl practice has influenced this mock:

10- Edge

15- Mike

19- TE

35- C/G

38- DT

69- Boundary WR

108- Starting HB.  Carter third down/change of pace

114- Safety

145- Forgot I already took a RB. OOPS.  Should've double dipped at TE 

162- Double dipped at edge 

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3 hours ago, GangGreen Machine said:

I have been interested in some folks talking about not trading back with picks #4 and #10, but actually trading back in to the later half of the 1st if there is a guy the Jets love still around. Here is my preferred mock if that were to happen. Thoughts? Obviously mock draft simulators can be deceiving but this would solidify both sides of the ball with starting roles that need to be filled. 

#4 - OT Ikem Ekwono

#10 - EDGE Jermaine Johnson II

#27 - WR Treylon Burks (Trade with Bucs for #35 and 2023 2nd) 

#38 - LB Christian Harris

#69 - TE Jeremy Ruckart

#108 - S Smoke Monday

#114 - RB Brian Robinson Jr. or Best RB Fit Available

I'd rather trade up with this year's picks over using a 2023 second.  

Other than that, I would like this draft. 

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