AFC North
88 OVR
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Offense
Total: 2077 (4)
Passing: 1443 (2)
Rushing: 634 (12)
Vertical Zone Run
Defense
Total: 1553 (11)
Passing: 1046 (19)
Rushing: 507 (9)
Base 3-4
Total: 4-1-0
Conf: 4-1-0
Div: 3-1-0
This Week
 
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Passing Leaders
Player Comp/Att Yards TDs INTs
L.Jackson 94/135 1468 17 9
D.Ridder 2/2 20 0 0
Receiving Leaders
Player Recs Yards TDs
M.Brown 22 497 4
M.Andrews 17 289 6
M.Boykin 17 271 3
D.Duvernay 14 231 2
J.Dobbins 16 148 1
Rushing Leaders
Player Ats Yards TDs
J.Dobbins 49 327 2
L.Jackson 18 93 7
T.Williams 10 85 0
I.Spiller 18 71 0
A.Smith 13 51 0
Defensive Leaders
Player Tackles Sacks INTs FFs
M.Humphrey 20 0 4 0
P.Queen 18 1 2 0
J.Holland 14 0 3 0
R.Allen 13 0 3 0
W.Jackson III 11 0 2 0
AFC North
TeamOverallDiv%
Ravens 4-1-0 3-1-0 0.800
Bengals 3-1-0 1-1-0 0.750
Browns 2-3-0 1-2-0 0.400
Steelers 1-4-0 0-1-0 0.200
Top Cap Hits
Player OVR Pos cap Hit
Lamar Jackson 97 QB $37.44 M
Von Miller 91 LOLB $21.42 M
Ronnie Stanley 98 LT $18.7 M
Marquise Brown 95 WR $14.79 M
Marlon Humphrey 98 CB $14.50 M
Upcoming FAs
Player OVR Pos cap Hit
Von Miller 91 LOLB $21.42 M
William Jackson III 84 CB $8.12 M
Michael Brockers 83 DT $9.16 M
Ricardo Allen 81 SS $4.95 M
Malik Harrison 80 MLB $1.43 M

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The Official PML Mock Draft: Picks 27-32

Finally, we're at the end of the first round. I hope you've enjoyed this mock draft. If anyone has any suggestions on how to improve draft content, let us know. This is the tail end of the draft where the great teams make their picks. These teams all either went to their conference championship games or fell just short. Separated by a very small margin, these picks are going to be crucial. Think of it as a PML arms race. Which contender is going to come out of the first round with the best players? This is where we see if top coaches are also top general managers.

27. New England Patriots. 

Bacon’s pick: Dyami Brown, Wide Receiver, North Carolina

Joining his college teammate Dazz Newsome, the Patriots add some speed to their offense with this pick. Dynamic with the ball in his hands, he will allow this coaching staff to get creative with passing concepts. He may take a bit of work to become a fully-fledged wide receiver, but New England invests in their players as much as anyone. With the new addition of Matthew Stafford, they won’t have to worry about missed passes either. They’ll want to make the most of their recent trade, so expect to see this run-heavy offense shift into a bit more of an air raid, especially with the recent success the Bills have had. 

Greens pick: Jalen Wydermeyer, Tight End, Texas A&M

The Patriots have a few tight ends on the roster already, but we have them going back to the well here as they have run multiple tight end sets well in the past. Jalen possesses amazing size for the position and has the best catch radius in this year's draft. He will be able to make routine plays as well as the ones that will shock the crowd. He does not possess amazing burst off the line but builds long speed down the field. He doesn’t have the highest floor but his potential is off the charts. He has improved dramatically as an inline blocker and will excel on seam routes for the Patriots. 

28. Minnesota Vikings

Bacon’s pick: Mykael Wright, Cornerback, Oregon

The Vikings have some solid players at cornerback but could always use more talent. Corners are a bit like pitchers in baseball-- you can never have too many. This would also let them move pieces around to fill the void left by Harrison Smith at safety. They play in a division that runs the ball as much as anyone, but stopping the pass is always going to be key in big games. Being able to drop into dime or quarters packages on late downs and having good players all over the field is a huge advantage for a team to have, and Coach zStar knows how to build his team to his strengths. Even if cornerback isn’t the pick, I’m sure he will pick a player who winds up in the Pro Bowl. They were the NFC favorites to make the Super Bowl last year, so they are just a few pieces away from knocking off the Washington Football Team.

Greens pick: Tyreke Smith, Defensive End, Ohio State

For many years the Vikings have had dominant front 7s, that many opponents feared. We have them going back to that here with the selection of Smith. Smith would be a much higher pick if he didn’t come with injury concerns. He is a hyper-athletic end who played wide receiver and tight end in high school. In college, he was asked to do one thing and one thing only, attack the quarterback and he does it well. His sack totals aren’t impressive in college as he routinely played in 5 man rotations and played injured often. He still generated a ton of pressure on opposing QB's week in and out. He can bull rush or speed rush past a tackle in an instant. The Vikings may have found the next cornerstone to their dominant front seven. 

29. Las Vegas Raiders

Bacon’s pick: Shane Lee, Linebacker, Alabama

The Raiders linebacker corps is pretty rough. Given how the sport is trending towards being a passing heavy game, it’s no surprise to see a run-stopping linebacker fall this late, no matter how good he is. Ranking 25th in the league in rushing yards allowed per game, the Raiders are in a very good position to pick a player to fill a need. He may not be the flashiest athlete, but he is going to get the job done. 

Greens pick: Kyle Hamilton, Free Safety, Notre Dame

The Raiders just picked up this draft pick from the Dallas Cowboys who were trying to move out of the first round all week. With no free safety on the roster currently, this pick must be a safety for the Raiders. We have them taking 6’3 safety Kyle Hamilton. He has outstanding ball tracking skills and natural hands, looks like a wide receiver while high pointing a ball. He is on the slender side but is still an impactful tackler. He can cover ground quickly with his long strides and will be an impact immediately at the backend of this defense. If he grows into his body more, he will be a scary hitter. 

30. Los Angeles Chargers 

Bacon’s pick: Jahan Dotson, Wide Receiver, Penn State

This Chargers team has made their identity very clear: they want to add speed first and figure out the rest second. Dotson ran the fastest 40-yard dash for all receivers at the Combine this year, making him the perfect fit for this offense. With Keenan Allen already one foot out of the door (there was a failed trade to ship him away today), the writing is on the wall. Paired with Rico Gafford, the Chargers are slowly building a track team in the city of angels. 

Greens pick: Rasheed Walker, Left Tackle, Penn State

The Chargers have been trying to move Keenan Allen all offseason, if they find a trade destination this might become a wide receiver. Until then we have them protecting the blind side of Justin Herbert for years to come. Walker is one of the more polished pass blockers in this year's draft class. He has footwork many pros would be jealous of. Since being named the starter is has started every game, and the greatest ability sometimes is someone’s availability. The Chargers look to make another long run in the playoffs this year and having a top tackle will help. 

31. Washington Football Team 

Bacon’s pick: Cameron McGrone, Linebacker, Michigan

Super Bowl runners up, it is clear that the Football Team doesn’t need to change much of anything to get back to where they finished and achieve even more. If I were them, I’d take the best player available that fills a need. McGrone is one of the highest-ranked linebackers in this class and could develop into a great player alongside Reuben Foster and Darron Lee. They had a near top ten defense in every statistic, and this pick just helps them get even stronger. 

Greens pick: Chris Rumph, Outside Linebacker, Duke

The Football team made an amazing run to the Super Bowl this past year and eventually fell to the Buffalo Bills. In that game, Josh Allen has a field day as he had a clean pocket to throw from. The Football team regularly got pressure on opposing QBs this season and will double down on that effort here with the selection of Rumph. He is a traditional pass rusher who uses his first step acceleration to blast right last tackles. His teammates joke with him his position is “on the field” he plays everywhere. They line him up all over the front seven and gives the football team flexibility here. He has graded out as the best pass rusher two years in a row in college. 

32. Buffalo Bills

Bacon’s pick: Bubba Bolden, Strong Safety, Miami

Named after the Bills coach from the last cycle, Buffalo somehow finds a way to draft the best strong safety in the class to replace Jordan Poyer. Everything seems to be going right for them after winning the Super Bowl. This team has only gotten better, and they are starting to build a very scary team. Maybe they’ll fall back to Earth next season, but I wouldn’t bet on it. The Bills are here to stay. He isn’t a big hitter but the USC transfer is excellent in coverage and plays a very similar style to Poyer. The Bills aren’t rebuilding; they’re reloading.

Greens pick: Daniel Faalele, Offensive Tackle, Minnesota

The Buffalo Bills coming off a super bowl and a very busy free agency have little holes to fill. They have a complete team from top to bottom. Josh Allen played at an MVP level down the stretch, and throughout their playoff run. The easiest way to ensure that continues is to keep him upright. Daniel is a massive tackle at 6’9 400 lbs. He uses sheer strength to move people in the run game and can shift his hips quickly to slide out and protect the quarterback. He will dominate against any bull rush technique but can fall victim to elite speed rushers. The Bills will be able to ease him into the rotation which will be an ideal situation for Daniel.

Quartebacks
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
THP
SAC
MAC
DAC
TUP
TOR
PAC
BKS
Lamar Jackson 26 6'2" QB 97 96 96 95 92 95 95 92 92 95 90 95
Desmond Ridder 24 6'4" QB 70 84 84 83 90 86 81 76 67 81 77 78
Tyler Huntley 25 6'1" QB 64 86 89 86 88 73 79 72 77 74 78 70
John Rhys Plumlee 22 6'0" QB 60 86 87 83 83 77 76 70 67 83 72 64
Backs
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
JKM
SPM
SFA
TRK
BCV
CTH
SRR
RBK
IBK
LBK
J.K. Dobbins 24 5'10" HB 86 94 91 88 74 78 94 87 82 77 91 68 63 41 42 38
Isaiah Spiller 22 6'1" HB 80 92 94 93 71 73 80 82 78 82 86 67 65 24 36 32
Ainias Smith 22 5'10" HB 69 91 91 90 70 63 78 73 73 77 76 76 73 24 42 30
Trayveon Williams 25 5'8" HB 69 89 92 84 64 69 80 80 68 58 79 69 64 29 45 29
Travis Dye 23 5'10" HB 64 89 90 89 64 63 79 78 68 59 78 70 68 23 48 27
Receivers
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
JMP
JKM
SPM
SFA
TRK
BCV
CTH
CIT
SPC
SRR
MRR
DRR
RLS
RBK
IBK
LBK
Marquise Brown 26 5'9" WR 95 97 95 98 44 92 85 89 80 38 25 85 96 90 89 85 94 94 93 41 33 19
Miles Boykin 26 6'4" WR 89 94 93 90 66 86 97 78 71 58 46 79 93 96 90 83 86 90 89 57 55 30
Devin Duvernay 25 5'11" WR 85 92 91 88 68 79 84 81 75 74 72 85 95 89 83 79 87 87 85 50 49 32
Seth Williams 23 6'3" WR 77 89 89 85 76 74 82 72 67 69 70 71 90 82 85 77 75 82 88 51 50 39
Anthony Schwartz 22 6'0" WR 75 93 93 93 60 72 81 79 77 53 48 76 85 78 84 71 74 81 68 53 34 31
James Proche 26 5'11" WR 75 90 90 82 61 76 83 74 70 54 43 76 87 82 83 74 77 76 82 49 47 30
Isaiah Hodgins 24 6'4" WR 73 88 91 85 60 71 86 70 63 52 45 75 88 92 83 65 70 73 76 47 45 30
Kevin Austin Jr 23 6'2" WR 66 88 89 90 82 63 82 76 44 68 67 43 79 78 79 66 72 67 71 16 43 33
Mark Andrews 27 6'5" TE 91 86 90 80 79 92 89 79 68 78 72 83 90 87 84 85 82 79 79 69 72 49
Jace Sternberger 26 6'4" TE 75 82 85 80 73 65 77 71 56 70 69 75 87 84 81 73 72 70 68 60 67 52
Kenny Yeboah 24 6'5" TE 72 82 84 78 66 66 75 60 53 58 51 67 80 88 77 67 68 63 63 62 65 58
Jacob Breeland 26 6'5" TE 64 79 85 77 70 61 78 56 48 59 61 73 83 77 76 64 60 61 62 52 60 48
Offensive Line
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
PBK
RBK
IBK
LBK
Ronnie Stanley 29 6'6" LT 98 80 75 94 96 95 94 87 88
Bradley Bozeman 28 6'5" LG 77 73 55 88 91 77 87 81 87
Ben Bredeson 25 6'5" LG 74 73 53 87 83 71 75 87 78
Ryan Kelly 30 6'4" C 86 80 71 86 93 89 88 85 83
Patrick Mekari 26 6'4" C 73 78 61 85 89 69 72 82 80
D.J. Fluker 32 6'5" RG 79 77 59 90 84 81 81 85 82
Tyre Phillips 26 6'5" RG 73 78 48 90 75 68 77 87 85
Bobby Evans Jr 26 6'4" RG 71 76 57 85 80 70 72 79 83
Orlando Brown Jr 27 6'8" RT 88 69 60 96 90 91 88 89 78
Kwatrivous Johnson 23 6'7" RT 68 76 67 86 73 70 73 80 67
Defensive Line
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
BSH
FMV
PMV
TCK
PWR
PUR
PRC
Taylor Riggins 25 6'2" LE 63 75 81 77 77 64 61 54 71 69 80 75 55
Michael Brockers 32 6'5" DT 83 62 80 72 89 84 85 52 76 86 83 86 88
LaBryan Ray 24 6'5" DT 72 74 82 75 85 71 77 71 69 81 70 81 68
Terrell Cooper 24 6'2" DT 63 73 82 74 81 62 65 70 62 73 74 80 64
Justin Madubuike 25 6'3" RE 80 78 84 72 89 77 91 78 73 85 80 83 74
DeMarvin Leal 22 6'4" RE 76 74 83 77 88 74 83 71 78 81 84 82 71
Ben Banogu 27 6'3" RE 76 87 90 84 80 68 82 66 80 80 80 81 73
Linebackers
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
JMP
AWR
BSH
FMV
PMV
TCK
PWR
PUR
PRC
ZCV
MCV
Von Miller 34 6'3" LOLB 91 87 86 88 80 83 93 94 89 90 90 87 92 99 56 46
Monty Rice 24 6'1" LOLB 80 86 88 84 76 74 74 82 67 86 87 80 80 76 53 53
Max Richardson 25 6'0" LOLB 70 80 83 79 74 76 68 80 64 64 80 66 74 74 61 62
Patrick Queen 24 6'0" MLB 92 90 92 87 73 84 89 92 63 52 95 88 93 86 79 66
Malik Harrison 25 6'3" MLB 80 84 90 85 78 86 81 82 57 52 92 83 79 77 72 58
Buddy Johnson 24 6'2" MLB 72 85 88 86 70 68 67 78 60 60 88 80 80 72 66 60
Markus Bailey 26 6'0" MLB 69 82 87 81 75 77 67 76 49 58 83 83 79 65 69 60
Oshane Ximines 26 6'4" ROLB 78 81 84 84 78 82 81 69 82 69 84 78 83 76 46 41
Carson Wells 24 6'4" ROLB 68 78 81 78 75 70 65 74 57 65 80 72 80 66 62 52
Defensive Backs
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
JMP
AWR
ZCV
MCV
BSH
TCK
PWR
PUR
PRC
Marlon Humphrey 27 6'0" CB 98 95 96 90 74 85 97 98 96 47 79 78 65 96
William Jackson III 30 6'0" CB 84 93 91 87 59 92 85 85 81 56 62 74 69 88
Elijah Molden 24 5'10" CB 81 92 93 92 64 84 79 87 79 59 64 66 77 73
Michael Davis 28 6'2" CB 77 92 90 86 63 74 79 75 80 51 61 64 67 73
Chris Steele 22 6'1" CB 75 91 90 89 63 79 72 82 77 54 65 66 66 68
Isaiah Rodgers 25 5'10" CB 72 93 93 91 50 91 73 73 64 55 60 54 74 65
Greg Johnson 23 5'11" CB 69 90 90 88 60 84 67 72 71 53 60 55 67 67
Kalon Barnes 23 6'0" CB 68 88 91 89 62 82 65 69 68 51 64 66 68 65
Deron Harrell 24 6'2" CB 67 88 89 88 69 86 67 68 67 55 63 69 63 67
Alontae Taylor 23 6'0" CB 67 88 89 86 65 83 71 66 69 58 59 62 69 66
Jevon Holland 23 6'1" FS 96 93 99 92 65 85 92 93 84 62 89 81 88 79
Lewis Cine 22 6'1" FS 74 90 90 90 66 85 70 79 67 61 67 70 75 68
La'Kendrick Van Zandt 24 6'1" FS 72 90 90 90 70 83 70 73 78 67 65 75 65 62
Ricardo Allen 31 5'9" SS 81 88 87 88 55 85 85 82 77 58 65 87 81 91
Chamarri Conner 23 6'0" SS 66 87 88 87 74 73 66 68 62 59 69 65 77 62
Kicking
Name
Age
Hgt
Pos
OVR
SPD
ACC
AGI
STR
AWR
KPW
KAC
Justin Tucker 33 6'1" K 89 75 83 64 40 75 98 98
Nick Sciba 23 5'9" K 70 75 77 68 39 53 89 83
Mitch Wishnowsky 31 6'2" P 75 84 87 71 56 61 93 83

Regular Season

 
 
 
(2-3-0)
 
 
28
 
 
 
24
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
 
 
7
 
 
 
49
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
54
 
 
 
14
 
 
 
 
(2-3-0)
 
 
30
 
 
 
43
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
37
 
 
 
27
 
 
(2-3-0)
 
 
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
0
 
 
 
0
 
 
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
0
 
 
 
0
 
 
 
 
(1-4-0)
 
 
0
 
 
 
0
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
 
 
(3-2-0)
 
 
0
 
 
 
0
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
 
 
BYE
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
0
 
 
 
0
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
0
 
 
 
0
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
0
 
 
 
0
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
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0
 
 
 
0
 
 
(4-1-0)
 
 
0
 
 
 
0
 
 
(3-1-0)
 
 
0
 
 
 
0
 
 
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Playoffs

Preseason

 
 
 
62
 
 
 
7
 
 
(1-2-0)
 
 
 
 
(2-1-0)
 
 
43
 
 
 
42
 
 
(1-2-0)
 
 
 
 
(1-2-0)
 
 
28
 
 
 
21
 
 
 
 
(1-2-0)
 
 
21
 
 
 
19
 

Regular Season and Playoffs

Team Stats
Offense
Stat
Defense
() Total Yards ()
() Pass Yards ()
() Rush Yards ()
Passing
Player
Comp/Att
%
Yards
TDs
INTs
Long
Rating
L.Jackson 94/135 69.6 1468 17 9 73 119.7
D.Ridder 2/2 100 20 0 0 13 127.1
Totals
96/137
70.1
1488
17
9
73
119.9
Receiving
Player
Recs
Yards
Long
YAC
Drops
TDs
M.Brown 22 497 73 136 3 4
M.Andrews 17 289 41 76 3 6
M.Boykin 17 271 59 109 1 3
D.Duvernay 14 231 43 46 2 2
J.Dobbins 16 148 35 123 1 1
Totals
96
1488
73
555
10
17
Rushing
Player
Attempts
Yards
Long
Broken Tackles
TDs
Fumbles
J.Dobbins 49 327 62 4 2 0
L.Jackson 18 93 28 0 7 0
T.Williams 10 85 33 1 0 0
I.Spiller 18 71 12 3 0 0
A.Smith 13 51 19 1 0 0
Totals
120
634
62
16
9
0
Defense
Player
Tackles
Sacks
INTs
FFs
FRs
TDs
M.Humphrey 20 0 4 0 0 0
P.Queen 18 1 2 0 0 0
J.Holland 14 0 3 0 0 1
R.Allen 13 0 3 0 0 0
W.Jackson III 11 0 2 0 0 0
Totals
130
6
22
1
0
1
Kicking
Player
FGs
Long
XPs
KOs
TBs
J.Tucker 6/6 49 25/27 38 12
Totals
6/6
49
25/27
38
12
Punting
Player
Punts
Yards
Long
In 20
TBs
Avg
Net Avg
M.Wishnowsky 12 462 49 3 0 38.5 34
Totals
12
462
49
3
0
38.5
34

Preseason

Team Stats
Offense Stat Defense
() Total Yards ()
() Pass Yards ()
() Rush Yards ()
Passing
Player Comp/Att % Yards TDs INTs Long Rating
D.Ridder 12/22 54.5 222 2 4 78 44.1
J.Plumlee 10/19 52.6 158 2 3 35 49.8
T.Huntley 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0
Totals 22/42 52.4 380 4 8 78 35.6
Receiving
Player Recs Yards Long YAC Drops TDs
A.Schwartz 6 98 28 10 0 0
S.Williams 2 93 78 62 0 1
D.Duvernay 6 80 35 41 0 0
A.Smith 4 75 34 18 1 1
K.Yeboah 5 74 35 6 1 2
I.Hodgins 5 70 24 43 0 0
J.Sternberger 4 34 10 23 1 1
J.Proche 3 25 10 13 0 0
J.Breeland 1 11 11 10 0 0
T.Williams 1 4 4 3 0 0
T.Dye 1 1 1 0 0 0
Totals 38 565 78 229 3 5
Rushing
Player Attempts Yards Long Broken Tackles TDs Fumbles
I.Spiller 18 133 58 5 2 0
A.Smith 29 87 13 5 1 3
J.Plumlee 10 56 22 0 0 2
T.Williams 11 34 12 0 0 0
T.Dye 4 22 22 0 0 0
T.Huntley 2 14 12 0 0 0
D.Ridder 4 3 5 0 0 0
K.Yeboah 0 0 0 1 0 0
Totals 78 349 58 11 3 5
Defense
Player Tackles Sacks INTs FFs FRs TDs
B.Johnson 11 0 0 0 1 0
M.Harrison 10 0 0 0 0 0
B.Banogu 8 4 0 0 0 0
C.Steele 8 0 0 0 0 0
I.Rodgers 6 0 1 0 0 0
M.Richardson 6 1 1 0 0 0
L.Cine 4 1 0 0 0 0
M.Rice 4 3 0 1 0 0
D.Leal 4 0 0 0 0 0
E.Molden 4 0 1 0 0 0
G.Stone 3 0 0 0 0 0
L.Van Zandt 3 0 0 0 0 0
C.Wells 2 1 0 0 0 0
M.Bailey 2 0 0 0 0 0
M.Davis 2 0 0 0 0 0
M.Humphrey 1 0 1 0 0 1
W.Jackson III 1 0 0 0 0 0
G.Johnson 1 0 0 0 0 0
L.Ray 1 0 1 0 0 1
M.Brockers 1 1 0 0 0 0
J.Madubuike 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 83 11 5 1 1 2
Kicking
Player FGs Long XPs KOs TBs
J.Tucker 0/0 0 9/9 13 7
Totals 0/0 0 9/9 13 7
Punting
Player Punts Yards Long In 20 TBs Avg Net Avg
M.Wishnowsky 8 382 56 0 1 47.8 39.8
Totals 8 382 56 0 1 47.8 39.8

Draft Picks

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Players

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