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Start/Bench List - Week 2
John Tuvey
Updated: September 17, 2010
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Start/Bench Codes (SBC)
S1: Start 'em Tier One (Stud / Great matchup) U: Upside player (Possible sleeper)
S2: Start 'em Tier Two (Solid matchup) X: Unclear situation / Could go either way
S3: Start 'em Tier Three (Borderline / Barely) B: Bench 'em (Bad Matchup / Too much risk)
Baltimore at Cincinnati Back to top
Pos Player SBC Comments
QB Joe Flacco S3

Joe couldn’t break the 200-yard mark against Cincy last season, tossing four INTs and just one TD in the two-game series. He’s coming off a solid yardage game against a very good Jets’ secondary and has two new weapons at his disposal, so there’s room for at least a little more optimism.

RB Ray Rice S2

The Bengals held Ray to 117 rushing yards in the season series, but he chipped in 74 and 87 receiving yards and scored twice. New England backs had a modicum of success last week against Cincy—better than five yards a carry on the ground, 53 receiving yards—and Rice is a step up in class from Fred Taylor and Kevin Faulk, so there are few worries about him getting his.

RB Willis McGahee B

Cincy gave up just seven RB rushing scores last year and blanked the Pats in Week 1, so you’re bucking the odds starting the Ravens’ goal line back—especially one who negative-8 yards on seven touches last week and produced three yards on two touches against the Bengals in 2009.

WR Anquan Boldin

In his first game as a Raven Boldin was targeted more than Mason and Housh combined, though the Jets’ decision to use Darrelle Revis elsewhere had as much to do with that as anything. But there’s no question Flacco knows where to find his new toy, and Boldin fits the mold—big and physical—of receivers who have had success against the Cincy secondary.

WR Derrick Mason
T.J. Houshmandzadeh

Mason had three catches on 14 targets against the Bengals in last season’s series, and now he has to share looks with Housh and Boldin? Sure, either Mason or Housh could be the guy who draws the nickel or dime corner, but there just doesn’t seem to be the upside to warrant starting secondary targets on a run-first team against a good secondary.


Todd Heap

B Heap is a talented tight end who was in Flacco's heavy rotation last week; he also missed Wednesday's practice and was limited Thursday and Friday, leading to the 100th "Questionable" listing of his career. The upside doesn't outweigh the risk of another DNP.
DT Ravens S2 Ed Reed or no, the Ravens are still a solid fantasy play regardless of opponent. And considering that Cincy served up both a pick six and a kickoff return TD to the Pats last week, and Baltimore’s D was in midseason hittin’ form last week against the Jets, you have to like their chances.
Pos Player SBC Comments
QB Carson Palmer S3

Palmer hasn’t thrown multiple TDs against the Ravens since Week 1 of 2007, but seeing as he’s coming off his biggest yardage game since Week 2 of ’07 maybe he’s turning back the clock. Much of Carson’s statline last week had to do with playing from behind as well, and the only time the Ravens have blown out Cincy came in 2008 with Ryan Fitzpatrick at the helm. While there’s upside to Palmer, the game plan and defense are likely to dampen his numbers.

RB Cedric Benson S3

Ced churned out 237 yards on 61 carries in last season’s set with the Ravens, reaching triple digit yardage and scoring in each end of the series. However, since Benson’s 117 and 1 in Week 9 of last year Baltimore has given up just two RB TDs and only one back has topped 75 yards; that streak includes nine regular season games and two playoff tilts. Benson slogged his way to 43 yards and a TD against the Pats last week, and between Baltimore re-establishing its defensive dominance and Cincy’s passing game showing signs of life it’s really tough to bank on a repeat of last year’s magic.

WR Chad Ochocinco

The secondary was supposed to be the Ravens’ weak spot, but they allowed just three WR catches last week—though that had as much to do with the Jets’ game plan and quarterbacking as it did the coverage. Nonetheless, Baltimore has done a good job of keeping Ochocinco under wraps; he hasn’t scored in the last five meetings or reached triple-digit yardage since Week 13 of 2004. He was good not great in producing 160 yards on 12 catches in last season’s series, and after seeing how heavily Carson Palmer leaned on him in the opener he may be ready to buck both of those previous trends.

WR Terrell Owens

TO was targeted just as frequently as Ocho last week, but he ended up with five fewer connections and 100 fewer yards. However, there’s a silver lining to being the No. 2 target; last year both Laveranues Coles (6-72 in the second meeting) and the late Chris Henry (3-92 in the first match-up) posted helpful fantasy numbers. Further, Andre Caldwell scored in both ends of the series, suggesting that when these teams get together Cincy’s secondary targets aren’t to be ignored.

WR Jordan Shipley

Usually going three-deep on fantasy receivers against the Ravens is a recipe for disaster. However, in last season’s playoffs slot receivers scored three times against Baltimore (Julian Edelman twice, Austin Collie once); plus, Caldwell’s success last season came out of the slot as well. It’s probably too early to be reaching this deep into your bag of tricks for fantasy help, but if you find yourself strapped at the receiver position there are some positive trends on Shipley’s side—not to mention his 5-82 effort last week.

TE Jermaine Gresham B On the one hand you have Gresham, who was targeted 10 times in his NFL debut and caught six balls including his first NFL touchdown. On the other you have Ray Lewis, who knocked the depth perception out of Dustin Keller when he came across the middle last week. While it could be Gresham who picks up where slot receivers have left off, you’re bound to find better fantasy bets elsewhere.
DT Bengals B Cincy’s defense is solid but not a real fantasy helper; it capitalized on Cleveland and Detroit to score defensive TDs last season and hasn’t had a D/ST TD in the last three meetings with Baltimore.
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Tampa Bay
Pos Player SBC Comments
QB Josh Freeman S3

Freeman will be picked in this game; he threw five the last time he visited Carolina, and while he’s tossed at least one interception in every game since the Panthers have recorded at least one INT in each of the five subsequent games. But he should also find a little yardage success—maybe not the same 321 he put up in Carolina, but something around the 263 Eli Manning threw for in Week 1 wouldn’t surprise. There isn’t enough TD upside to tilt the scale any further in Freeman’s favor.

RB Carnell Williams


Williams’ recent success against the Panthers (16-77-1 and 17-92 in last season’s series) and the 76 and 1 Carolina surrendered to Ahmad Bradshaw last week both point towards a solid fantasy start here.

WR Mike Williams

Hakeem Nicks’ Week 1 hat trick aside, the Panthers have kept wide receivers out of the end zone: just one WR TD in the final eight of last year. But they’ve given up yardage, with eight wideouts collecting 68 yards or better from Week 14 of 2009 through last week’s loss to the Giants. Williams has emerged as Josh Freeman’s go-to guy and was targeted nine times in his NFL debut; if he can boost that to 10 he’ll be in line for the same success that Bucs wideouts with double-digit targets against Carolina found in last season’s series: Michael Clayton, 5-116; Antonio Bryant, 4-68; Sammie Stroughter, 5-62. Seeing as two of the three are no longer on the Bucs’ roster, there’s a definite opportunity for Williams.


Sammie Stroughter


Best case, there will be yardage leftovers for Stroughter and others to fight over. That’s a flimsy hook to hang your fantasy hopes on.

TE Kellen Winslow B

K2 missed two days of practice this week and was only a partial participant on Friday. His limited upside isn't worth the risk that his problematic knees will keep him sidelined for most if not all of this matchup.

DT Buccaneers S2 The Bucs picked ex-Panther Jake Delhomme twice last week and twice in the front end of last season’s series; they also got Matt Moore in the rematch, the same Moore who was picked three times in Week 1. Plus, they get Aqib Talib back and there’s a chance they’ll see Jimmy Clausen instead of a woozy Moore. You have to like their chances.
Pos Player SBC Comments
QB Matt Moore B Moore is expected to start despite leaving last week’s loss late with a concussion. He threw for 161 yards and a pick against the Bucs in his first NFL start; he’s thrown for more yardage and at least one TD in every start since, but after being picked three times and given the return of Aqib Talib you’re sure to find better fantasy bets than Moore.

DeAngelo Williams

S1 Part of the reason the Bucs spent their first two draft picks on defensive tackles is because they have to face the Panthers two times a year; that and they’ve given up at least one RB TD in 12 of their last 13 games. Williams missed the back end of last season’s series but put up 30-152-2 in the opener and 19-186-2 in the second meeting of 2008. Oh, and how are those draft picks working out for Tampa Bay? Considering they gave up better than five yards per carry to the Browns, they’re still a work in progress—one DeAngelo can certainly take advantage of.

Jonathan Stewart

S2 The only reason Stew isn’t an S1 is that last week’s split suggested Williams is the clear-cut No. 1 and Stewart is no longer a 1A. That said, he has three consecutive 100-yard games against the Bucs, as well as touchdowns in all three, and Williams was active in two of those three tilts.
WR Steve Smith S2

Smith owned the Bucs in 2008 (6-112 and 9-117-1), but Aqib Talib shut him down (1-4) in the first meeting of 2009 before he bounced back with 3-78 in the rematch. Talib returns from his one-game suspension and will likely be tasked with following Smith all over the field. That won’t preclude Moore (or Clausen) from throwing Smith’s way, but it likely puts a damper on his numbers.

WR Dwayne Jarrett
Brandon LaFell

There’s minimal upside here; Muhsin Muhammad averaged 3-45 yards over the past two seasons as Smith’s wingman, and with Jarrett and LaFell splitting those duties neither makes a compelling fantasy play.

DT Panthers S2 The Panthers picked Eli Manning three times last week and Josh Freeman five times the last time he visited Carolina; even without Julius Peppers the Carolina D is showing signs of being a fantasy helper.

Arizona at Atlanta

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Pos Player SBC Comments
QB Derek Anderson S3

Anderson’s 297 and 1 in his Arizona debut was mildly impressive, but when you consider it came against the Rams it becomes less so. Still, if Dennis Dixon can throw for 236 yards you have to think that Anderson and his shade-above 50% completion percentage can put up helpful fantasy yardage. Just keep in mind that Anderson hasn’t had a multiple touchdown game since Week 9 of 2008, and he’s thrown 11 picks since then.

RB Chris "Beanie" Wells
B Officially, Wells is listed as questionable after practicing on a limited basis all week, but it sounds like he'll be held out of the lineup for a second consecutive week. It's also worth noting that last week at home against the Falcons Rashard Mendenhall needed overtime and 20-plus carries to do anything of fantasy note, and even if Wells does play he'd be eased back into the mix sharing carries with Hightower. He's not worth the risk this week.
RB Tim Hightower B If Wells returns, Hightower sees a reduction in touches. If Wells sits, Hightower’s fumbles and LaRod Stephens-Howling’s showing limit his looks as well. And even if Hightower gets a bunch of touches, he’s still facing a defense that was one OT carry from making Rashard Mendenhall look like an utter Week 1 bust.
WR Larry Fitzgerald

You can’t sit him, not when Derek Anderson is throwing in his vicinity 15 times a game. Anderson only hit him on three of those tosses, but if he can get his connection percentage with Fitz up closer to his career 53% rate then Fitz moves from S2 to S1. So you start him and hope Anderson figures out how to throw to him instead of near him.

WR Steve Breaston S3

After putting up 7-132 in the opener, Breaston looks to be a solid No. 2 in Arizona. Helps his case that even with Dennis Dixon throwing and Hines Ward topping 100 yards, Pittsburgh No. 2 Mike Wallace managed 62 yards against the Falcons.

DT Cardinals B Arizona beat up on Sam Bradford in his first NFL start; they’ll have less success running up fantasy points against Matt Ryan and the veteran Atlanta offense..
Pos Player SBC Comments
QB Matt Ryan S2

If Sam Bradford can put up 253 and 1 against Arizona in his first NFL start with no receivers to speak of, you have to really like Ryan’s chances with White and Gonzo on his side.

RB Michael Turner S1

The Steelers held Turner in check in Pittsburgh, but this one’s in Atlanta—where Turner has scored in three of four, eight of 10, and 10 of 13 as a Falcon; he’s also posted seven 100-yard games, and his average outing in the Georgia Dome is 22-105-1. The Cards limited Steven Jackson to 22-81 last week; it’s unlikely they’ll have as much success with Turner.

WR Roddy White S1

Ryan directed 23 of his 31 WR targets against the Steelers at White; think he likes his WR1? Any secondary that gives up 10-119 to Mark Clayton less then a week after he joined the team is going to have difficulty breaking up the Ryan-to-White connection.

WR Harry Douglas B

Until Ryan demonstrates he doesn’t have blinders for White and Gonzo, Atlanta’s secondary targets aren’t fantasy options.


Tony Gonzalez


Only three teams gave up more TE TDs last year than the Cards; last week, only two teams gave up more receptions to the position—and Arizona was facing the likes of Billy Bajema, Daniel Fells, and Michael Hoomanawanui. Gonzo should consolidate those looks and put up solid fantasy numbers here.

DT Falcons S3 Any team playing host to the inaccurate Derek Anderson has a shot at a pick six.

Philadelphia at Detroit

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Pos Player SBC Comments
QB Kevin Kolb B

Kolb has been ruled out of this tilt because of the concussion suffered last week.

QB Michael Vick S2

Vick was working in for the occasional series even before Kolb left the game with a concussion; with Kolb out, he'll make his first start since 2006 with an opportunity to ravage the Lions by both ground and air.

RB LeSean McCoy

Shady produced 82 combo yards and a score on just 12 touches against one of the toughest defenses against RBs. With Leonard Weaver done for the year he should see a mild uptick in touches, though Michael Vick is a significant threat to swipe them back. Regardless of who’s at QB for Philly, McCoy should put up good numbers against the Lions, with the potential for something in the “great” neighborhood.

WR DeSean Jackson
S2 The bad news is, Mike Vick will take a look downfield and if he doesn’t see someone open right away he’ll take off and run. The good news is, Jackson and his mates should have an easier time getting open against the Lions. Put Jackson in your lineup regardless of QB.
WR Jeremy Maclin S3 Maclin caught Vick’s touchdown toss last week and had as many catches and more yardage than Jackson, but he was targeted much less and is still the No. 2 in this passing game. Fortunately, even No. 2s have success against the Lions so he’s a safe fantasy start.
WR Jason Avant B Avant is too fringe of a contributor in the Philly passing game to warrant a fantasy start in a week where there are no byes and few injuries to force you to dig for help.
TE Brent Celek
S3 No team gave up more TE TDs last year than the Lions; after targeting Celek just four times last week, this would be a great opportunity for Mike Vick to reintroduce himself.
DT Eagles S1 Philly and its blitz package against Shaun Hill? Yeah, we’ll take those odds. And expect the Eagles' special teams to get a pep talk from Bobby April after some coverage breakdowns; who knows, maybe that will spark a big return of their own.
Pos Player SBC Comments
QB Shaun Hill B

Hill’s numbers in 16 games as a starter are reasonably solid: a 60.4% completion percentage, a shade under 200 yards per game, and a 21:11 TD-to-INT ratio. Not that we’d recommend starting him against a Philly D that will throw blitz packages at him all day.

RB Jahvid Best S3

Best’s two-TD NFL debut was nice; it’s his 1.4 yards per carry that are disconcerting. Philly was a little more friendly to backs last week against the Packers, but part of that stemmed from playing back and respecting Aaron Rodgers; Shaun Hill will get no such favor. Best should be in line for decent combo yardage as an outlet for Hill, but you may have better options on your roster.

WR Calvin Johnson S2

Still looking for his first official touchdown of the 2010 season (thanks, NFL refs), Johnson won’t find the going easy against Philly. But double-coverage won’t prevent Shaun Hill from throwing Megatron’s way; he just needs to hang on to the ball until the game is over to make sure to be credited with the catch.

WR Nate Burleson B

It’s not that Philly shuts down secondary targets; last week two Packer receivers scored, and last season WR2s scored or topped 50 yards nine times. But with a backup QB pitching, it’s a risk best saving for a bye-week plug-in play.

TE Tony Scheffler B

While Brandon Pettigrew lurks, it appears for the moment at least that Scheffler is the pass-catching member of Detroit’s tight end tandem. But after watching Philly keep Jermichael Finley in check, it’s tough to drum up optimism for Hill-to-Scheffler.

DT Lions B Philly has quarterback concerns, but there’s nothing on the Lions’ D/ST that suggests they warrant a fantasy start.

Chicago at Dallas

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Pos Player SBC Comments
QB Jay Cutler S3

Hope you enjoyed Cutler’s show last week; now he faces a real defense, one that’s allowed multiple TD tosses once in its last 10 regular season games and hasn’t surrendered a 300-yard passer since Week 2 of last year. By sheer volume Cutler should put up adequate yardage, but this won’t be pretty.

RB Matt Forte S3

Okay, you can put Forte back on the shelf until Week 13 when he plays the Lions again. Forte’s pair of TD receptions covered up a typically pedestrian 2.9 yards per carry average, and a repeat passing game performance is unlikely against a Dallas defense that’s allowed one RB receiving TD in the past 10 games

RB Chester Taylor B

Taylor turned a dozen touches into 73 combo yards last week, but that was against Detroit; he’s unlikely to see as much work or produce anything resembling fantasy help here.


Devin Aromashodu

S2 Right now he seems to be Cutler’s target of choice (10 targets despite a couple early drops), and with the Bears likely to throw a bunch on a weekly basis that share of the looks makes him a worthy fantasy start.

Johnny Knox

S3 Knox (seven targets, three catches) was less of an afterthought than Hester (one of each) last week, but it was pretty obvious Cutler was locked in on Aromashodu. With so many passing attempts to go around, it’s worth giving Knox one more shot in hopes he can replicate what Santana Moss (6-77) did to the Cowboys Sunday night.

Devin Hester

B Cutler looked his way once last week against the Lions. Until that changes, he’s bench fodder—or worse.
TE Greg Olsen


The Cowboys gave up 6-80 to Chris Cooley last week, but he’s the Redskins’ second option; Olsen is a little further down the Bears’ pecking order. He mustered 4-37 last week against the defense that gave up the most fantasy points to tight ends last year, so we may have seen his top-end contribution.

DT Bears S3 Plenty of playmakers lurk on the Chicago D/ST, and after what transpired just before halftime against the Redskins you know the Cowboys are fully capable of making a mistake that could go the other way in a big hurry.
Pos Player SBC Comments
QB Tony Romo S1

Tony’s tossed multiple touchdowns in three straight at home, averaging 289 yards per game over that span; the Bears have surrendered multiple TD passes in three straight on the road, giving up 296 yards per game. With Austin, Bryant, and Witten to keep happy, expect Romo to be a busy boy.

RB Felix Jones S3

Carries were so fractured last week—eight each for Jones and Barber, five for Choice even after his fumble—that your only fantasy play is to go with the guy who’s proving to be the most productive with those touches. That’s been Jones, and until there’s better definition (i.e. a goal line guy) in their roles he’s the one Cowboy back you can feel safe with in your fantasy lineup.

RB Marion Barber
Tashard Choice

Until one of these guys becomes a goal line guy or starts doing more with the 10-12 touches per game they’re going to get, you can’t justify plugging them into a non-bye week fantasy lineup.

WR Miles Austin S1

Unless the Bears bring the same officiating crew from the Detroit game down to Dallas to wave off some of Austin’s grabs, he should find plenty of room against Da Bears. Chicago won’t be able to double- and triple-team Austin like they did Calvin Johnson; the result could easily be a reprise of the 10-146-1 he dropped on the Redskins last week.

WR Dez Bryant

The rookie got his feet wet with an 8-56 in the opener; early on there were several quick throws designed to get him the ball with a chance to make a play, but down the stretch Romo was looking for him down the field as part of his regular progressions. It’s also worth noting that he was actually targeted more than Miles Austin. He’s still an enigma, but he’s an enigma who will be given the opportunity to make plays and has the talent to do so.

WR Roy Williams

Despite very nearly being the hero last week, Williams remains at best the fourth option in the Dallas passing game. Even against the Bears, that’s not enough to get him into a self-respecting starting fantasy lineup.

TE Jason Witten S2

Only two teams gave up more TE TDs last season than the Bears; too bad Witten’s more of a yardage guy. He was targeted eight times last week, and even though he and former BFF Tony Romo only connected on three of those he remains a solid fantasy start in yardage and PPR leagues.

DT Cowboys S3 When in doubt, starting the defense facing Jay Cutler is always a good tiebreaker.

Pittsburgh at Tennessee

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Pos Player SBC Comments
QB Dennis Dixon B

The formerly much-maligned Titans secondary has now held six of its last seven foes to one or fewer touchdown tosses, so you can’t just throw Dixon into your fantasy lineup and expect him to do what Tom Brady (6 TDs), Matt Schaub (4), or Peyton Manning (3) did to them. Even Ben Roethlisberger only threw for one score back in the 2009 opener, though he added 363 yards. Something between Dixon’s 236 against Atlanta last week and the 181 and 1 Tennessee gave up to Jason Campbell feels right, a range that doesn’t lend itself to much fantasy assistance.

RB Rashard Mendenhall


This isn’t the same Titans defense that held Pittsburgh to 33 yards on 22 carries in last year’s opener; after all, Darren McFadden dropped 95 yards on them last week. And it’s not the same Mendenhall who produced six yards on four carries against Tennessee last year, though he was slogging along at three yards per carry until busting off a 50-yard TD in overtime. With Dixon at the helm the Steelers will continue to feed Mendenhall, and if he can wear down the Falcons (and McFadden can wear down the Titans) you have to think he has a decent shot at helpful fantasy numbers again this week.

WR Hines Ward

Hines has taken the Titans for 8-103 and 7-109-1 the last two meetings, and he’s coming off a 108-yard effort in the opener. Apparently Dennis Dixon knows where to find him and Tennessee corners don’t.

WR Mike Wallace

Dixon spread the ball around a little more than maybe the receiving numbers reflect. While Tennessee’s pass defense improved dramatically over the second half of the season there’s still room for a home run ball—like Dixon threw to Santonio Holmes in his spot start against Baltimore last year. That’s Wallace’s best shot at fantasy help, so he’s a borderline play this week.

TE Heath Miller

Heath had eight catches for 64 yards in the 2009 opener against Tennessee, but that was with Ben Roethlisberger at the helm. With Ward and maybe Wallace accounting for most of the passing attack again, there’s nothing to suggest Miller will be a big fantasy helper here.

DT Steelers S3 The Steel Curtain looked pretty good last week against Atlanta, but they didn’t generate much in the way of fantasy points. Not that they’re a bad play, just not overly compelling.
Pos Player SBC Comments
QB Vince Young S3

It’s been Kerry Collins at the helm the last two times these teams have met, putting up 244 and 1 last year and 216 and 1 in 2008. Young isn’t a big yardage threat, but if the Steel Curtain lines up to stop Chris Johnson he may need to throw more. He has multiple TD tosses in each of his last two home games and remains a threat to run one in as well. Add it all up and it narrowly tilts the scales on Young towards a start.

RB Chris Johnson S2

Let’s start by saying you never bench Chris Johnson. Ever. Probably not even on his bye week, but we'll cross that bridge when we come to it. Not that you needed the advice, just so that it’s understood. Alright. After facing the worst run defense in the league last week Johnson now faces the best; no team gave up fewer fantasy points to running backs last season than the Steelers, and they just held Michael Turner to 42 yards. What does it mean? Reduce your expectations slightly and see Rule No. 1.

WR Nate Washington
B Young directed only six passes towards wide receivers last week, and four of them went to Washington. If you think the Steelers gang up to stop Chris Johnson then you can justify Washington as a fantasy starter with some potential, but odds are you have a better play on your team already.
WR Kenny Britt
Justin Gage
B This duo combined for one target (and zero catches) last week, and both are still nursing thumb injuries. Gage had a big game in last year’s opener against the Steelers, but with Vince Young now at the helm many things change. This isn’t the match-up in which you should be plumbing the depths of the Tennessee receiving corps for fantasy help.
TE Bo Scaife B It’s unlikely the Steelers devote nearly as much attention to Scaife as they did to holding future Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez to two catches for 35 yards last week, but it’s also unlikely Scaife finds the end zone like he did last week. Look elsewhere for your fantasy tight end this week.
DT Titans S3 Like their Pittsburgh counterparts, Tennessee is a good defense with no standout reason they should be in your fantasy lineup this week.

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