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Posted on Mon Dec 23, 2013 00:06:37
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cant cuss the boys this week...but still far from being impressed.


I thought for sure that Romo was going to fumble on the final play...yes, the kneel down.

Go Cards!!

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Posted on Mon Dec 23, 2013 01:09:57
Finally, the Patriots hand the Ravens the smackdown they've really deserved for the past few years. Truly not sure why the Ravens have been able to give the Patriots, and specifically Brady, so much trouble the past few years, but it's nice to see even with this banged up roster we still handed them a crushing home loss. Douchebags haha.

And again, I'm amazed that there seems to be very little fanfare over Manning breaking Brady's record. Really doesn't seem like anyone cares much about it this time around, unlike in 04 and 07.

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Posted on Mon Dec 23, 2013 09:30:47
Oh God, lol.....it happens again: Final game of the season, Tony Romo, win and clinch the division or lose and break out the same post-game cliches of why he lost. This should be interesting.

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Posted on Mon Dec 23, 2013 20:16:04
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Oh God, lol.....it happens again: Final game of the season, Tony Romo, win and clinch the division or lose and break out the same post-game cliches of why he lost. This should be interesting.


All set up for an interception on the game winning drive >.>

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Posted on Tue Dec 24, 2013 00:19:40
Alright, it's Tuesday morning for me, and I don't feel like waiting for the ATL@SF game to make these power rankings.

AFC
DEN - Still not totally sold on postseason woes for Manning, but regular season it's hard to dismiss them. They lost Von Miller to injury and didn;t return, I believe, that's worrying for them. But they look beatable, starting slow or letting teams hang around.
NE - Somehow this team keeps winning. I'm not putting too much weight on the blowout win in BAL yesterday, but it was a statement road win that this team hasn't had in a few years. But Patriots at home in January, usually a tough environment for teams, and seeing as it looks like BAL wont make it, nor will the NYJ, those are the only two teams that have beaten NE at home in January off the top of my head for probably 10 years.
IND - Flying under the radar. They have an ok offense and pretty good defense, but they will win or die with Luck. He has potential to light up a team and has played well for most of this year, but he still does produce some bad turnovers.
CIN - This team has lost a lot of their momentum and look like they're limping down the finish line. They have great potential on offense and defense but can't get over the hurdle the past few years around this time of year.
KC - Very underwhelming 11-4 team. Started off very hot against very bad teams and have since gone barely above .500 and I predict them being out in the first round.
MIA - For some reason, I can't totally write this team off yet. They don't stand out in any area, and they're a Florida team that will likely travel up to KC to deal with the cold, but, as I said before, I don't trust KC either. So it's possible MIA beats KC in the first round, but I don't see much happening after that.

NFC
SEA - I know that loss was bad, but I'm not going to give up on them after it. Still have great defense and offense and a very smart and efficient QB. Still thinking a visiting team will have a very hard time trying to get a win up there these playoffs.
CAR - They've beaten some good teams and are flying under the radar, much like IND. Newton can be explosive with running or passing, and their defense has actually allowed 1 less point than SEA. Not too worried about a homefield advantage for them with other teams, but they could make a little bit of noise this January.
SF - They fell in my mind lately, but they;ve also had a couple good games in a row. I think Kapernick would get exposed against CAR and SEA, so I can;t see them advancing very far, but they should be ok in the first round. Unless they lose to ATL, and then I will get worried they may have missed their window.
NO - The Saints have fallen faster in my eyes than any other team going down the stretch. They're picking a very bad time too start playing their sloppiest and most inconsistent.
ARI - Only reason I wont lump them with DAL or PHI is because they at least had a big win against SEA down the stretch here. Other than that, I think the NFC playoffs will go by seeding.
PHI I'm putting the Eagles here already, calling the Cowboys' bluff. Philly has a lot of talent, and there has been no reason they haven't been a playoff team lately. Same can be said with Dallas, but they;ve been that way for 20 years and have proven they can;t change. Maybe PHI can, with a young QB and some other good offensive guys around.

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Posted on Tue Dec 24, 2013 00:49:06
Ohhhhhh God, Romo suffered a season ending back injury yesterday did I just hear reported?? Are you kidding me?? He did finish the game, right? I thought he had the last second TD pass to win the game and now, in one of the biggest games of his career, he is OUT!?!??!?! Damnit, Romo, you make it too easy to call him the least clutch QB in the history of this game. All he does is not show up (literally and figuratively now) in big games. Now I hope that the Cowboys win the game, and Romo just looks like more of an ass. Honestly. He is officially now in the same level of hate as Cutler is for me. Just an overrated QB that can't ever get the job done, despite having great talent around them.

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Posted on Tue Dec 24, 2013 02:57:13
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Ohhhhhh God, Romo suffered a season ending back injury yesterday did I just hear reported?? Are you kidding me?? He did finish the game, right? I thought he had the last second TD pass to win the game and now, in one of the biggest games of his career, he is OUT!?!??!?! Damnit, Romo, you make it too easy to call him the least clutch QB in the history of this game. All he does is not show up (literally and figuratively now) in big games. Now I hope that the Cowboys win the game, and Romo just looks like more of an ass. Honestly. He is officially now in the same level of hate as Cutler is for me. Just an overrated QB that can't ever get the job done, despite having great talent around them.


did you watch the cowboys games all the way? he was barely able to play at the end, just continued to work through the pain. You can ask anybody about back issues, when you first suffer them as long as you keep your back loose you can continue, but once you stop moving it (go to bed) and it gets tight you aint doing shit with it.

Dont get me wrong, im still not impressed with the play of the cowboys. But i will always be impressed with Romo's willingness to play through extreme pain...something nobody can say about brady...(for once theres NO argument to be made about the comparison).

but i will have to agree with the way you called the game, eagles win...most likely a blow-out.

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Posted on Tue Dec 24, 2013 03:07:48
I have degenerative disc disease in my L4 and L5. It's not real bad yet but I can hurt myself badly if I move wrong. I know what kind of pain Romo is going through and it's true that he could still play out the game. He's a retard like RGIII for doing it though.

Don't they still shoot players up with hydrocortisone or something for some injuries? It would work for spinal injuries.

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Posted on Tue Dec 24, 2013 04:42:07
That was the best ever way to end the 'sticks era!!! f**k yeah! Bowman will forever be the MVP for Candlestick Park's final regular season 9er game.

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Posted on Tue Dec 24, 2013 04:48:36
I'm not saying Romo is soft, I'm saying it's typical Romo. When you need him, what has he done? This may be bad luck, but it's one more thing off bad luck in a career that has been filled with disappointments and bad luck. This is now a 6 or so year trend of reasons why Romo was unable to get the job done. Did he get hurt on that play where the guy grabbed at his leg and he stumbled around after? Maybe his injury was because he tried to scramble and make a play happen instead of throwing it away (something most QBs don't know how to do and it's much better to take an intentional grounding or lose a down than it is to, say, take a sack and get injured. Something Brady understand more than Romo, no comparison). Once again an instance of you bringing Brady into a conversation that had absolutely nothing to do with it, only so you can tell me all I talk about is Brady when I respond to it.

Now that Romo might not play, I almost all but guarantee the Cowboys will win the game next week. Literally, that is just how Romo's career has gone, and it would be just the perfect ending to this season for him.

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Posted on Tue Dec 24, 2013 21:17:30
I stayed off this thread for the most part, but I will say this: I'm not gonna f**k with Cowboy fans til Romo comes back. Just isn't right. Now my full attention can turn towards Princess Brady & the Primas. Eh...Patriots.

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Posted on Tue Dec 24, 2013 23:31:26
You can f**k with a 49er fan! Bo tried and failed.

Now that Kaep has confidence in calling plays at the scrimmage, there will be far fewer delay of game penalties and wasted time outs. Our defense is awesome especially when there aren't any bs penalties like was called on (W)Hitner for that beautiful hit on a receiver.

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Posted on Thu Dec 26, 2013 04:02:01
Not really trying to put any Cowboys fans down, it just seems so typical Romo that this would happen to him. I don't even know what to say about him anymore haha.

Still not totally sold on 49ers being "back," because while they did beat SEA at home recently, the other teams they've been beating on this streak aren't that impressive, at all. AGainst playoff teams this season they are 1-4, with the one win coming at home, and since they don't have a bye, I can't see how that instills confidence in any realistic 49ers fan.

Even Kaepernick, he's been putting up pretty average or below average numbers on this latest win streak.

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Posted on Sun Dec 29, 2013 06:21:00
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I'm not saying Romo is soft


thats exactly what you said. Its typical romo to not show up when he is hurt, yet some of his best games he is playing through injury. I compared him to lady brady because you were calling him soft and i just wanted to toss a QB out that is about as soft as you get...just so happens that QB is also the guy you think sets the bar for all QBs.

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Posted on Sun Dec 29, 2013 23:16:48
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I'm not saying Romo is soft


thats exactly what you said. Its typical romo to not show up when he is hurt, yet some of his best games he is playing through injury. I compared him to lady brady because you were calling him soft and i just wanted to toss a QB out that is about as soft as you get...just so happens that QB is also the guy you think sets the bar for all QBs.


Jesus you really do have a grudge against Brady, don't you Is avoiding injuries being "lady like"? Seems more like... playing smart.

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Posted on Mon Dec 30, 2013 01:12:04
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thats exactly what you said. Its typical romo to not show up when he is hurt, yet some of his best games he is playing through injury. I compared him to lady brady because you were calling him soft and i just wanted to toss a QB out that is about as soft as you get...just so happens that QB is also the guy you think sets the bar for all QBs.


Saying it's typical Romo isn't saying he's soft. Injuries happen. But what IS typical is this: Big game, playoffs on the line, season on the line, where is his signature moment? He is a seasoned veteran at this point, and what standout moment does he have? Not just talking about a Super Bowl moment, just ANY moment. The only moments that stand out in Romo's career are his blunders. And it's really amazing how he has had so many chances to come through, with all these Week 17 win or die games, and he has always come up short, usually due to a pick. And this time around, he's injured. So no, the fact he got hurt isn't saying anything, it's just ANOTHER instance where Romo isn't going to put the team on his back and win. This time it wasn't his fault, but nonetheless, he wont be doing it.

And yes, Erk, Luke does have a very big grudge against Brady for no other reason than Romo sucks and he wants so badly to compare the two QBs and I always tell him that;s disgraceful to do haha. And ok, I'll take "lady Brady" being healthy and injury free so he can actually take the team to the playoffs and stuff.

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Posted on Mon Dec 30, 2013 03:30:51
The worst thing that could happen for Romo is the Cowboys win this game haha, and it's looking very possible right now. 17-16 Philly, late in the 3rd. Haha this is really all so perfect for Romo. After years of failing in Week 17 or just in general, the one time he misses the game due to injury in this big spot, the backup QB comes in and wins and takes the Cowboys to the playoffs and maybe actually wins a game or two haha. Cheering so bad for Dallas right now.

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Posted on Mon Dec 30, 2013 04:32:10
lol, i think you spoke too soon there bosox. Late game INT...guess it isnt just romo.

and i havnt compared the two in a while because it got old watching you scramble for play-off stats or talking about how much better he is while denying he has had a better team and or coach his entire career.


Oh, and just to toss it out there, romo got the team here with a piss-poor Defense that gave up 500 yards 5 times i think...or more. Orton had the real cowboy defense and still loss...guess we are indeed a better team with romo.

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Posted on Mon Dec 30, 2013 05:53:51
Garrett needs to GO. I'm f**king sick of him.

@ Bosox- f**k YOU. period. Doesn't matter what happens in Dallas, you put your spin on it. Game defining moments? How about having a ruptured disc (an injury I know first hand leaves most people immobile) and leading your team to victory on a last minute game winning drive? How about having broken ribs and a punctured lung (you know, something that would KILL normal human beings) and leading your team to a victory over the eventual conference champions and Super Bowl losers.

Romo isn't perfect, and he got hurt. Blaming a losing season on him when he was 31 TD's t0 10 INT's is ridiculous ESPECIALLY when your GOD of the arena had less TD's and more INT's. Yeah I brought him up, but instead of bitching that I brought him up can you honestly admit that Romo DID outperform Brady with an inferior team? Because he did. We had historically the WORST defense EVER!!! We had the worst D ever and probably the worst coach ever, record withstanding.

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Posted on Mon Dec 30, 2013 06:20:16
Firstly, once again, I am not calling Romo soft. I have no idea who you two are arguing against by telling me how tough Romo is. I;m just saying this is what I've come to expect from him; big game and Romo isn't winning it. For whatever reason, he's not winning it. I said that this time it's just bad luck, but you also do have to be lucky to win sometimes and it truly seems Romo just has no luck, ever.

As for the signature moments, he has his moments in the regular season. I've said many times that he is a good QB, and he's led his team to 13 wins I think it was once. He's put up yards and TDs, I get that. But those aren't "signature" moments. If anything, his last second TD pass last week was probably the closest to a signature moment that he's ever had in his career, but just simply winning random games in the season with injuries isn't really anything that will stand out during the course of a career.

And no, I actually am not sure New England has more talent on the roster than Dallas does this season--apart from one glaring difference of Brady and Romo. I'd love to see how Romo would fare throwing the ball to Edelman, Thompkins, Dobson, and Amendola. But there were a few games with Gronkowski, so take that however you want. But sure, Romo had a better season than Brady this year. But you can;t play the "division" card because your division was pretty suck-filled this year. In fact, the division was almost all but handed to you guys with the Giants starting 0-6 or whatever it was and with the Eagles also playing terrible to start. But somehow, Dallas found a way to lose.

I guess the big difference here is Brady made something like 4 or 5 different game winning comebacks with time expiring, and came damn close to also doing it against Carolina on the road as well. Whereas with Romo... it's mostly the other way around, where the game could have been won but Romo failed to do it.

And let's not forget, New England had a historically bad defense in 2011, and what did Brady do? Threw for more yards and TDs than Romo ever has in his career and led his team to the Super Bowl. But, I forgot, when Brady has to throw the ball because he has a piss poor defense then he's an asshole for running up the score, right? Maybe if Romo would run up the score, then we wouldn't talk about his bad defense.

Either way, you're right that the problems with Dallas run deeper than just Romo, but Romo sure as hell isn't covering up anything. Yeah if you swapped Geno Smith for Romo, you would see Dallas play worse, but if you swapped in Manning, Brady, Brees, or other elite QBs, I can almost guarantee they would play better.

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Posted on Mon Dec 30, 2013 16:01:18
I'm very much looking forward to the playoffs.

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Posted on Mon Dec 30, 2013 23:47:17
Gonna get my predictions up, as always haha.

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Posted on Tue Dec 31, 2013 00:41:19
Here we go!!!! Are you ready for some fooooooooottttbaaaaaaallllllll!?!?!?

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SD over CIN 28-21: Rivers is a better QB and the Bengals have been a bit inconsistent lately. If Dalton and Green can get back on track like the beginning of the year, they will win, bbut it seems like they mostly haven't lately. CIN does have a great defense, but Rivers isn't going to turn the ball over I don't think, and if CIN throws 4 picks against SD, they lose this game 10 times out of 10, unlike their Week 17 game.
IND over KC 34-20 KC will finally be exposed for the pretender they are. They racked up 9 wins to start the year against terrible teams and have since then played barely average, including finishing the year 2-4, I think it was. Luck will have his way with the overrated KC defense and the inexperience of KC will show through.
PHI OVER NO 38-34: Absolutely will be a shootout, but the Saints just can't play well on the road, and they have been way too inconsistent lately. In fact, they've been inconsistent under Brees ever since they won the Super Bowl. Philly has just as much talent on their roster, apart from the difference in QBs, than NO has, and I think they're going to come with a bit more of an edge. Both teams had to win to get in, but for whatever reason Brees has not looked good on the road when it matters.
SF over GB 20-13: Not buying the hype for GB. I know Rodgers is back, but after missing that much time, he can't just come in and start being in playoff shape. It took them having to convert three 4th downs on the final drive to beat the worst defense in the NFL who finished 8-8 on the year. Not going to happen against SF, home or away.

SD over DEN 34-30: I predict Denver/Manning falling on their faces once again. All 3 of their losses are against AFC playoff teams, and Manning still has not proven he can play in the cold/elements. Now, SD is obviously a southern CA team, but I think it balances out this way. Chargers had to play hungry down the stretch, and Rivers has the talent to expose DEN's weak secondary. Plus losing Von Miller is a huge blow for an already bad defense. The 9th one and done on deck.
NE over IND 24-20: Luck is still young, and while he improved his accuracy and his picks, his yardage and TDs went down. I know IND has won some big games, but I don't think they're ready yet, and they are still missing Wayne. NE can force some turnovers against them, and NE is finding a bit of a groove with their new lineup of RBs. Plus, there's something to coming into Foxboro in January where only two teams have beaten them in 12 years.
CAR over PHI 34-21: The run for PHI is over. CAR has a real defense and can be explosive on offense. Newton looks like he's developed into a great QB, and PHI just wont have the defense to stop them. Plus, add in the fact the NFC East was pretty suck filled this year, and maybe some of those offensive stats for PHI are inflated.
SEA over SF 24 to 17: This is where Kaepernicks shortcoming's get exposed. He's played terrible almost all year really, and he can get away with it against low scoring teams or ones with bad defenses, but SEA has an elite defense and a great offense, and it will show. Kaepernick may have a pretty bad game in this actually.

NE over SD 28-23: For whatever reason, NE has found ways to beat the Chargers routinely, in the reg. season and playoffs. Rivers hasn't figured out a Belichick defense yet, and it's showed in both his playoff games he faced him. Plus, they still are the Chargers, and didn;t look particularly good for most of the year and got in by some pretty lucky circumstances. The magic ends here for them.
SEA over CAR 21-20: This game really is hard to pick. Should be a great game to watch, between the future QBs of the NFL. Maybe the first of a new rivalry that can develop between Wilson and Newton. But I think SEA has the experience, they know what it's like to get here and lose, they know what they need to do different to win. CAR has no playoff experience lately and is definitely building towards something, but that usually takes a painful learning lesson in the playoffs.

NE over SEA 23-20: Because why the hell not?

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Posted on Tue Dec 31, 2013 04:24:14
9ers aren't AFC.

9ers will beat Seattle because they'll use sign language.

9ers will beat Denver by 49 points in the SB, lol.

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Posted on Tue Dec 31, 2013 06:18:44
I was going to break it down by conference, then I just decided to do it by rounds. It should have given it away when you saw the match ups but I guess you only read my first two SF predictions.

Neither Denver no SF will get to the Super Bowl, I.... GUARANTEE IT. Take that to the bank. Put that in your pipe and shhhhhmoke it.

If I had to take my Patriots undies off, and take a bit of a different look, my Super Bowl would probably be something like Carolina over San Diego for the Super Bowl. But f**k dat.

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Posted on Tue Dec 31, 2013 23:49:36
I don't follow football as closely as you guys do. I don't know all of the teams' conferences and everyone's stats. I don't even know what kind of cleats Harbaugh wears on the sidelines (I should [Nikes]). Conference breakdown would have been nice for me, but that's ok, won't be needed for the rest of the season. It'll be easier to follow after this weekend.

Keep your panties on...Carolina and San Diego? rofl

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Posted on Wed Jan 01, 2014 18:13:23
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I don't follow football as closely as you guys do. I don't know all of the teams' conferences and everyone's stats. I don't even know what kind of cleats Harbaugh wears on the sidelines (I should [Nikes]). Conference breakdown would have been nice for me, but that's ok, won't be needed for the rest of the season. It'll be easier to follow after this weekend.

Keep your panties on...Carolina and San Diego? rofl


I like the Carolina pick, but definitely not the San Diego...they backed their ass's all the way into the playoffs and if the Ravens and Dolphins had choked their playoff chances away they wouldn't even be an afterthought for the 6th seed.


but I will say, I don't think the Packers have a realistic shot at beating the 49ers this weekend. But if they do win by some chance, there's no reason to believe they can't go all the way and win the Superbowl.

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Posted on Thu Jan 02, 2014 00:02:41
I'm saying Chargers for two reasons: The AFC is overall pretty weak and because a surprise team makes noise every now and then. Baltimore lost their way into the playoffs last year, remember? They went 1-4 over the last 5 including losing the last game of the year and only getting in because another team won or lost or whatever. This SD team is 3-1 against DEN and KC combined this year, sweeping KC and splitting with Denver. Also, Rivers had a pretty good season and could definitely be a guy who can exploit DEN's lack of defense, or who could score on Cincy. So I wouldn't be so quick to write them off really. They've flown under the radar due to their weak play for the first 11 games, but they've been one of the better teams since then, ending the year on a 5-1 streak. Granted, they barely got into the playoffs on some flukey plays, but that's what happens. I'm picking NE to knock the Chargers off, so I don't have them in the Super Bowl, but I wouldn't be horribly surprised if SD pulls a few upsets on the road.

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Posted on Thu Jan 02, 2014 04:09:30
bosox, i must admit i screwed up. i thought you were the one who posted the pictures of romo on the ground. (seeing as your really the only active romo hater here) turns out it was some idiot i aint ever seen before.

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Posted on Fri Jan 03, 2014 00:14:18
Haha it's alright, no problems. I'm certainly a Romo hater, but I wouldn't laugh at him for getting injured....

...There are plenty of other legitimate reasons to do that

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