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Where Do Travis Kelce, Tee Higgins, and Others Land?

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Winning your fantasy football league is all about making the right moves at the right time. It’s important to know when you should hold a player or when you should look to ship them off for maximum value.

Rest-of-season rankings are a perfect way to gauge a player’s value as you survey the landscape of your league. If there’s a clear difference in value for two players that you’re considering in a trade offer or who to drop for someone on the waiver wire, these rankings can serve as a perfect guide for you.

Who are some of the sleepers to target that nobody’s thinking about? What about some of the players that are overvalued in your league?

With that in mind, here are my overall rest-of-season rankings heading into Week 2.

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Fantasy Football Rest of Season Rankings | Week 2

1) Christian McCaffrey | SF, RB
2) Justin Jefferson | MIN, WR
3) Austin Ekeler | LAC, RB
4) Tyreek Hill | MIA, WR
5) Nick Chubb | CLE, RB
6) Ja’Marr Chase | CIN, WR
7) Bijan Robinson | ATL, RB
8) Tony Pollard | DAL, RB
9) Saquon Barkley | NYG, RB
10) A.J. Brown | PHI, WR
11) Amon-Ra St. Brown | DET, WR
12) Travis Kelce | KC, TE
13) Josh Jacobs | LV, RB
14) Joe Mixon | CIN, RB
15) Derrick Henry | TEN, RB
16) Stefon Diggs | BUF, WR
17) Travis Etienne Jr. | JAX, RB
18) Aaron Jones | GB, RB
19) CeeDee Lamb | DAL, WR
20) Mark Andrews | BAL, TE
21) Calvin Ridley | JAX, WR
22) Davante Adams | LV, WR
23) Jaylen Waddle | MIA, WR
24) Chris Olave | NO, WR
25) DeVonta Smith | PHI, WR

26) Jahmyr Gibbs | DET, RB
27) David Montgomery | DET, RB
28) Garrett Wilson | NYJ, WR
29) Tee Higgins | CIN, WR
30) Keenan Allen | LAC, WR
31) DK Metcalf | SEA, WR
32) Jalen Hurts | PHI, QB
33) Brandon Aiyuk | SF, WR
34) Alexander Mattison | MIN, RB
35) T.J. Hockenson | MIN, TE
36) Amari Cooper | CLE, WR
37) Rhamondre Stevenson | NE, RB
38) Breece Hall | NYJ, RB
39) Chris Godwin | TB, WR
40) Christian Watson | GB, WR
41) Patrick Mahomes II | KC, QB
42) Deebo Samuel | SF, WR
43) DJ Moore | CHI, WR
44) Kenneth Walker III | SEA, RB
45) Darren Waller | NYG, TE
46) Josh Allen | BUF, QB
47) Justin Fields | CHI, QB
48) DeAndre Hopkins | TEN, WR
49) Najee Harris | PIT, RB
50) Zay Flowers | BAL, WR

51) Jonathan Taylor | IND, RB
52) James Cook | BUF, RB
53) Mike Evans | TB, WR
54) Dameon Pierce | HOU, RB
55) Miles Sanders | CAR, RB
56) Tyler Lockett | SEA, WR
57) Alvin Kamara | NO, RB
58) Jahan Dotson | WAS, WR
59) James Conner | ARI, RB
60) Rachaad White | TB, RB
61) Mike Williams | LAC, WR
62) Terry McLaurin | WAS, WR
63) Javonte Williams | DEN, RB
64) Justin Herbert | LAC, QB
65) George Kittle | SF, TE
66) Joe Burrow | CIN, QB
67) Dallas Goedert | PHI, TE
68) Michael Pittman Jr. | IND, WR
69) Lamar Jackson | BAL, QB
70) Cooper Kupp | LAR, WR
71) Drake London | ATL, WR
72) Trevor Lawrence | JAX, QB
73) Christian Kirk | JAX, WR
74) Kenneth Gainwell | PHI, RB
75) Isiah Pacheco | KC, RB

76) Khalil Herbert | CHI, RB
77) George Pickens | PIT, WR
78) Diontae Johnson | PIT, WR
79) Dalvin Cook | NYJ, RB
80) Evan Engram | JAX, TE
81) Kyle Pitts | ATL, TE
82) Jordan Addison | MIN, WR
83) Elijah Moore | CLE, WR
84) Jerry Jeudy | DEN, WR
85) Brian Robinson Jr. | WAS, RB
86) AJ Dillon | GB, RB
87) Jaxon Smith-Njigba | SEA, WR
88) David Njoku | CLE, TE
89) Kirk Cousins | MIN, QB
90) Courtland Sutton | DEN, WR
91) Daniel Jones | NYG, QB
92) Tyler Higbee | LAR, TE
93) Deshaun Watson | CLE, QB
94) Puka Nacua | LAR, WR
95) Brandin Cooks | DAL, WR
96) Gabe Davis | BUF, WR
97) Marquise Brown | ARI, WR
98) Tyler Allgeier | ATL, RB
99) Cam Akers | LAR, RB
100) Dalton Kincaid | BUF, TE

101) Jakobi Meyers | LV, WR
102) Samaje Perine | DEN, RB
103) Raheem Mostert | MIA, RB
104) Pat Freiermuth | PIT, TE
105) Anthony Richardson | IND, QB
106) Jamaal Williams | NO, RB
107) Tua Tagovailoa | MIA, QB
108) Zay Jones | JAX, WR
109) Michael Thomas | NO, WR
110) Jaylen Warren | PIT, RB
111) Kyren Williams | LAR, RB
112) Zach Charbonnet | SEA, RB
113) Dak Prescott | DAL, QB
114) Sam LaPorta | DET, TE
115) Nico Collins | HOU, WR
116) Jared Goff | DET, QB
117) Derek Carr | NO, QB
118) Roschon Johnson | CHI, RB
119) Antonio Gibson | WAS, RB
120) Skyy Moore | KC, WR
121) JuJu Smith-Schuster | NE, WR
122) Geno Smith | SEA, QB
123) Hunter Henry | NE, TE
124) Tyjae Spears | TEN, RB
125) Romeo Doubs | GB, WR

126) Gus Edwards | BAL, RB
127) Damien Harris | BUF, RB
128) Tank Bigsby | JAX, RB
129) Marvin Mims Jr. | DEN, WR
130) Luke Musgrave | GB, TE
131) Jayden Reed | GB, WR
132) Rashid Shaheed | NO, WR
133) Quentin Johnston | LAC, WR
134) Treylon Burks | TEN, WR
135) Juwan Johnson | NO, TE
136) Russell Wilson | DEN, QB
137) De’Von Achane | MIA, RB
138) Hayden Hurst | CAR, TE
139) Joshua Kelley | LAC, RB
140) Kenny Pickett | PIT, QB
141) Dalton Schultz | HOU, TE
142) San Francisco 49ers | SF, DST
143) D’Andre Swift | PHI, RB
144) Brock Purdy | SF, QB
145) Rashod Bateman | BAL, WR
146) Matthew Stafford | LAR, QB
147) Chigoziem Okonkwo | TEN, TE
148) Buffalo Bills | BUF, DST
149) Darnell Mooney | CHI, WR
150) Cole Kmet | CHI, TE

151) Dallas Cowboys | DAL, DST
152) Jordan Love | GB, QB
153) Elijah Mitchell | SF, RB
154) Zack Moss | IND, RB
155) Jameson Williams | DET, WR
156) Gerald Everett | LAC, TE
157) Philadelphia Eagles | PHI, DST
158) New England Patriots | NE, DST
159) Ryan Tannehill | TEN, QB
160) Rashee Rice | KC, WR
161) Allen Lazard | NYJ, WR
162) Chuba Hubbard | CAR, RB
163) Jimmy Garoppolo | LV, QB
164) Jerome Ford | CLE, RB
165) Jake Ferguson | DAL, TE
166) Jerick McKinnon | KC, RB
167) Jonathan Mingo | CAR, WR
168) Kendre Miller | NO, RB
169) Clyde Edwards-Helaire | KC, RB
170) Odell Beckham Jr. | BAL, WR
171) Jeff Wilson Jr. | MIA, RB
172) Ezekiel Elliott | NE, RB
173) New York Jets | NYJ, DST
174) Tyler Boyd | CIN, WR
175) Adam Thielen | CAR, WR

176) Justin Tucker | BAL, K
177) Denver Broncos | DEN, DST
178) Tyler Bass | BUF, K
179) Mac Jones | NE, QB
180) Justice Hill | BAL, RB
181) Sam Howell | WAS, QB
182) Baltimore Ravens | BAL, DST
183) Deon Jackson | IND, RB
184) Van Jefferson | LAR, WR
185) Michael Gallup | DAL, WR
186) Marquez Valdes-Scantling | KC, WR
187) Ty Chandler | MIN, RB
188) Kansas City Chiefs | KC, DST
189) Baker Mayfield | TB, QB
190) Logan Thomas | WAS, TE
191) Dawson Knox | BUF, TE
192) Evan McPherson | CIN, K
193) Devin Singletary | HOU, RB
194) Kadarius Toney | KC, WR
195) Tutu Atwell | LAR, WR
196) Isaiah Hodgins | NYG, WR
197) K.J. Osborn | MIN, WR
198) Cincinnati Bengals | CIN, DST
199) Evan Hull | IND, RB
200) Tyler Conklin | NYJ, TE

201) DeVante Parker | NE, WR
202) Kendrick Bourne | NE, WR
203) Rashaad Penny | PHI, RB
204) Irv Smith Jr. | CIN, TE
205) Sean Tucker | TB, RB
206) Pittsburgh Steelers | PIT, DST
207) Kareem Hunt | FA, RB
208) Darius Slayton | NYG, WR
209) Desmond Ridder | ATL, QB
210) Donovan Peoples-Jones | CLE, WR
211) Rico Dowdle | DAL, RB
212) DJ Chark Jr. | CAR, WR
213) Robert Woods | HOU, WR
214) D’Onta Foreman | CHI, RB
215) Curtis Samuel | WAS, WR
216) Miami Dolphins | MIA, DST
217) Zach Ertz | ARI, TE
218) Harrison Butker | KC, K
219) Hunter Renfrow | LV, WR
220) New Orleans Saints | NO, DST
221) Rondale Moore | ARI, WR
222) Daniel Carlson | LV, K
223) Younghoe Koo | ATL, K
224) Allen Robinson II | PIT, WR
225) Bryce Young | CAR, QB

226) Jason Sanders | MIA, K
227) Tampa Bay Buccaneers | TB, DST
228) Cade Otton | TB, TE
229) Greg Dulcich | DEN, TE
230) Parris Campbell | NYG, WR
231) Michael Wilson | ARI, WR
232) Washington Commanders | WAS, DST
233) Isaiah Likely | BAL, TE
234) Alec Pierce | IND, WR
235) Zamir White | LV, RB
236) Cleveland Browns | CLE, DST
237) Jason Myers | SEA, K
238) Brandon McManus | JAX, K
239) Los Angeles Chargers | LAC, DST
240) Keaontay Ingram | ARI, RB
241) Jalin Hyatt | NYG, WR
242) Tank Dell | HOU, WR
243) Josh Downs | IND, WR
244) Deonte Harty | BUF, WR
245) Mike Gesicki | NE, TE
246) Indianapolis Colts | IND, DST
247) Deuce Vaughn | DAL, RB
248) Justyn Ross | KC, WR
249) Green Bay Packers | GB, DST
250) C.J. Stroud | HOU, QB

251) Latavius Murray | BUF, RB
252) Jake Elliott | PHI, K
253) Greg Zuerlein | NYJ, K
254) Mecole Hardman Jr. | NYJ, WR
255) Zach Wilson | NYJ, QB
256) Joshua Palmer | LAC, WR
257) Los Angeles Rams | LAR, DST
258) Josh Reynolds | DET, WR
259) Greg Joseph | MIN, K
260) Terrace Marshall Jr. | CAR, WR
261) Leonard Fournette | FA, RB
262) Atlanta Falcons | ATL, DST
263) Richie James Jr. | KC, WR
264) Cedric Tillman | CLE, WR
265) Graham Gano | NYG, K
266) Taysom Hill | NO, TE
267) Wil Lutz | DEN, K
268) Kayshon Boutte | NE, WR
269) Jacksonville Jaguars | JAX, DST
270) Noah Fant | SEA, TE
271) Jake Moody | SF, K
272) Matt Gay | IND, K
273) Adam Trautman | DEN, TE
274) Salvon Ahmed | MIA, RB
275) Cameron Dicker | LAC, K

276) Dustin Hopkins | CLE, K
277) Chase Brown | CIN, RB
278) Noah Gray | KC, TE
279) Cordarrelle Patterson | ATL, RB
280) Matt Breida | NYG, RB
281) Chase Claypool | CHI, WR
282) Mack Hollins | ATL, WR
283) Riley Patterson | DET, K
284) Chris Evans | CIN, RB
285) Nick Folk | TEN, K
286) Boston Scott | PHI, RB
287) Michael Carter | NYJ, RB
288) Melvin Gordon III | BAL, RB
289) Randall Cobb | NYJ, WR
290) Joshua Dobbs | ARI, QB
291) Seattle Seahawks | SEA, DST
292) John Metchie III | HOU, WR
293) Trey Palmer | TB, WR
294) New York Giants | NYG, DST
295) Chris Boswell | PIT, K
296) Chris Rodriguez Jr. | WAS, RB
297) Keaton Mitchell | BAL, RB
298) Wan’Dale Robinson | NYG, WR
299) Greg Dortch | ARI, WR
300) Blake Grupe | NO, K

301) Anders Carlson | GB, K
302) Khalil Shakir | BUF, WR
303) Tyler Davis | FA, K
304) Marvin Jones Jr. | DET, WR
305) Chase Edmonds | TB, RB
306) Jaleel McLaughlin | DEN, RB
307) Trey McBride | ARI, TE
308) Brandon Aubrey | DAL, K
309) Durham Smythe | MIA, TE
310) Detroit Lions | DET, DST
311) Kyler Murray | ARI, QB
312) Demario Douglas | NE, WR
313) Matt Prater | ARI, K
314) Braxton Berrios | MIA, WR
315) Chad Ryland | NE, K
316) Justin Watson | KC, WR
317) Ka’imi Fairbairn | HOU, K
318) Michael Mayer | LV, TE
319) Carolina Panthers | CAR, DST
320) Minnesota Vikings | MIN, DST
321) Chicago Bears | CHI, DST
322) Tennessee Titans | TEN, DST
323) Ryan Succop | FA, K
324) Pierre Strong Jr. | CLE, RB
325) Rodrigo Blankenship | FA, K

326) Cairo Santos | CHI, K
327) JaMycal Hasty | JAX, RB
328) Kalif Raymond | DET, WR
329) Robbie Gould | FA, K
330) Quez Watkins | PHI, WR
331) Trayveon Williams | CIN, RB
332) Jordan Mason | SF, RB
333) Jelani Woods | IND, TE
334) Andy Dalton | CAR, QB
335) Ameer Abdullah | LV, RB
336) Zach Evans | LAR, RB
337) DeeJay Dallas | SEA, RB
338) Jacoby Brissett | WAS, QB
339) Eddy Pineiro | CAR, K
340) Chris Moore | TEN, WR
341) Cole Turner | WAS, TE
342) Mason Crosby | FA, K
343) Eric Gray | NYG, RB
344) Ronald Jones II | DAL, RB
345) Donald Parham Jr. | LAC, TE
346) Tyrion Davis-Price | SF, RB
347) Daniel Bellinger | NYG, TE
348) Sterling Shepard | NYG, WR
349) Jalen Tolbert | DAL, WR
350) Noah Brown | HOU, WR

351) Arizona Cardinals | ARI, DST
352) Laviska Shenault Jr. | CAR, WR
353) Trent Sherfield | BUF, WR
354) Randy Bullock | FA, K
355) Austin Hooper | LV, TE
356) Myles Gaskin | MIN, RB
357) Nelson Agholor | BAL, WR
358) Foster Moreau | NO, TE
359) Will Levis | TEN, QB
360) Ke’Shawn Vaughn | TB, RB
361) Houston Texans | HOU, DST
362) Sam Darnold | SF, QB
363) Josh Oliver | MIN, TE
364) Chase McLaughlin | TB, K
365) Israel Abanikanda | NYJ, RB
366) Tyler Scott | CHI, WR
367) Jeremy Ruckert | NYJ, TE
368) Kene Nwangwu | MIN, RB
369) Brett Maher | LAR, K
370) Harrison Bryant | CLE, TE
371) Isaiah Spiller | LAC, RB
372) Jonnu Smith | ATL, TE
373) Tucker Kraft | GB, TE
374) Cade York | TEN, K
375) Jauan Jennings | SF, WR

376) Jordan Akins | CLE, TE
377) Robert Tonyan | CHI, TE
378) Joey Slye | WAS, K
379) Kylen Granson | IND, TE
380) Ben Skowronek | LAR, WR
381) Brock Wright | DET, TE
382) Tylan Wallace | BAL, WR
383) Samori Toure | GB, WR
384) Will Dissly | SEA, TE
385) Las Vegas Raiders | LV, DST
386) D’Ernest Johnson | JAX, RB
387) Chris Brooks | MIA, RB
388) Luke Schoonmaker | DAL, TE
389) Malik Willis | TEN, QB
390) Brenton Strange | JAX, TE
391) Darnell Washington | PIT, TE
392) Clayton Tune | ARI, QB
393) Mo Alie-Cox | IND, TE
394) C.J. Uzomah | NYJ, TE
395) Raheem Blackshear | CAR, RB
396) DeAndre Carter | LV, WR
397) Kyle Trask | TB, QB
398) Jameis Winston | NO, QB
399) Brandon Johnson | DEN, WR
400) Demarcus Robinson | LAR, WR

401) Peyton Hendershot | DAL, TE
402) Isaiah McKenzie | IND, WR
403) Albert Okwuegbunam | PHI, TE
404) Jalen Nailor | MIN, WR
405) David Bell | CLE, WR
406) Tyquan Thornton | NE, WR
407) Parker Washington | JAX, WR
408) Zonovan Knight | DET, RB
409) Jimmy Graham | NO, TE
410) Devin Duvernay | BAL, WR
411) Gardner Minshew II | IND, QB
412) Kenny McIntosh | SEA, RB
413) Erik Ezukanma | MIA, WR
414) Brandon Bolden | LV, RB
415) Mike Boone | HOU, RB
416) Cedrick Wilson Jr. | MIA, WR
417) Marquise Goodwin | CLE, WR
418) Taylor Heinicke | ATL, QB

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Taylor Swift Is Shown Chugging a Beer on the Jumbotron at Super Bowl 58

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Global superstar Taylor Swift made it to the big game to support her boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs star tight end Travis Kelce. In the second quarter, it was evident that she was having a good time at the Super Bowl after taking a 12-hour flight from Tokyo the night prior.

Taylor Swift Seen Chugging Beer at Super Bowl

Swift’s attendance has been highly anticipated, as many fans questioned whether she would be able to make it to the big game since she had been in Japan until Saturday for her Eras Tour.

Sure enough, she made it to the Super Bowl and was seen making a grand entrance alongside Blake Lively and Ice Spice.

Swift made it back to the States with plenty of time to make it to Allegiant Stadium to support Kelce. After a leg of her Eras Tour, where she performed several nights in Japan, the singer appeared to let loose.

In a box full of friends, Swift was shown chugging a beer with Ashley Avignone. She was shown on the jumbotron and slammed her cup down after she finished her beer.

There was a mix of cheers and boos as Swift was shown on the big screen, and a long pass to Mecole Hardman was the only highlight of the first half for Swift and her friends. The 49ers led the Chiefs, 10-0, late in the second quarter.

On social media, Swift garnered plenty of support from NFL fans.

If you’re hating on her you can kick rocks man she’s the best,” one user posted on X

“The one thing I learned this season is that she is actually fun,” another said. 

“Booing Taylor Swift chugging a beer is so soft. She’s just one of us now and I respect it ,” another posted. 

At the time of the beer chugging, Kelce, Taylor Swift’s boyfriend, has had one catch for a single yard. It came on the first possession, which ended up being a three-and-out. The Kansas City Chiefs hadn’t done much otherwise.

They did have a deep pass play to Hardman, which put them in the red zone, but Isiah Pacheco fumbled on the very next play — one that Kelce was surprisingly on the sideline for.

Swift and Kelce have garnered much media attention as their romance has taken off throughout this NFL season.

Swift was able to support her boyfriend at many of his games throughout the final stretch of the season, as her Eras Tour was on a break. But starting on Feb. 7, she went back on the road.

MORE: NFL World Reacts to Unbelievable Super Bowl Trick Play

Despite performing in Tokyo the night before the Super Bowl, she was able to make it in time to support her boyfriend due to the time difference and is having a good time doing so.

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What Happened to the 49ers Linebacker?

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The San Francisco 49ers sustained a massive blow during the second quarter of Super Bowl 58, as linebacker Dre Greenlaw left the game on a medical cart.

CBS Sports confirmed that the veteran Greenlaw suffered an Achilles tear, ruling him out for the rest of the game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

What Happened to Dre Greenlaw?

The outside linebacker, who had already been battling past injuries to his hamstrings and calves, left with what appeared to be a leg injury.

And somehow, his left leg looked like it buckled as he tried to trot onto the field with the Niners’ defense.

Greenlaw clutched his left leg in agony before being helped off the field.

CBS Sports sideline reporter Evan Washburn reported that the outside linebacker left with what was ruled as a lower leg injury. He was later determined to sustain an Achilles injury.

Greenlaw was declared out for the rest of the game.

Greenlaw Carted Off in Passenger Seat

Even more noticeable was where Greenlaw sat on the cart.

He ended up leaving not in the back of the medical vehicle but ended up riding shotgun with his leg injury.

One would think that with an injury like an Achilles ailment, medical officials would try to make the player as comfortable as possible before they leave. It wasn’t the case here.

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Regardless, Greenlaw was replaced by Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles for the rest of the first half. Greenlaw became the most significant injury of the game.

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NFL World Reacts to Epic Super Bowl Intro From CBS

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Super Bowl 58 is here and it’s going to be exciting. The San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs are facing off in the final game of 2023.

CBS is broadcasting the game and the opening was nothing short of amazing. How is the NFL world reacting to the electric Super Bowl-opening video?

Epic CBS Super Bowl Intro Garners Reaction From NFL World

The video, which spanned four minutes and 19 seconds, featured players from both teams talking about the big game and what it means to them. It also featured their families talking about their journeys to this point.

“Amazing intro! Reminds me of my dad! Bravo on the intro!,” one NFL fan said on X (formerly known as Twitter)

Additionally, Frank Sinatra’s “My Way” played in the background, giving it a near-movie feel. “This was incredible.,” another person said on X. “And so, the @49ers and @Chiefs face that final curtain,” CBS Sports said.

The 49ers finished the regular season as the top seed in the NFC with a 12-5 record. After their first-round bye, they defeated both the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions to earn their trip to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl. Both of their victories came in comeback fashion, including an NFC Championship-record 17-point comeback.

The Chiefs, on the other hand, had a more uphill battle. Entering the playoffs as the AFC’s third seed, they finished the regular season with an 11-6 record. In the playoffs, they defeated the Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, and Baltimore Ravens to punch their ticket.

Super Bowl 58 is a re-match of Super Bowl 54 when the Chiefs defeated the 49ers 31-24. The win was the first in Patrick Mahomes career, as he also won Super Bowl MVP. Four years later, the Chiefs have made three more and won another. For the 49ers, this is their first trip back to the big game since.

The game kicked off at 6:30 p.m. ET with the 49ers receiving the opening kick. In addition to being broadcast on CBS, the game is also being streamed on Paramount+.

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