Patrick Daugherty

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2017 PPR Start-Up Draft

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Draft concluded on 5/17. 

With the draft and free agency both in the rear-view mirror, the offseason is truly upon us. It’s nearly three months until training camp, and four until Week 1. With time to kill, it’s time to take the Dynasty lay of the land. League uses PPR scoring. The group is as follows:

1. Nick Mensio (Rotoworld)

2. Evan Silva (Rotoworld)

3. Adam Levitan (DraftKings)

4. Mike Clay (ESPN)

5. Jesse Pantuosco (Rotoworld)

6. Jeff Ratcliffe (Pro Football Focus)

7. Patrick Daugherty (Rotoworld)

8. Matt Kelley (RotoUnderworld)

9. Raymond Summerlin (Rotoworld)

10. JJ Zachariason (numberFire)

11. Rich Hribar (Rotoworld)

12. Josh Norris (Rotoworld)

Round 1

1. Nick Mensio — Mike Evans, WR1

2. Evan Silva — David Johnson, RB1

3. Adam Levitan — Ezekiel Elliott, RB2

4. Mike Clay — Odell Beckham, WR2

5. Jesse Pantuosco — Le'Veon Bell, RB3

6. Jeff Ratcliffe — Amari Cooper, WR3

7. Patrick Daugherty — Antonio Brown, WR4

8. Matt Kelley — Michael Thomas, WR5

9. Raymond Summerlin — Julio Jones, WR6

10. JJ Zachariason — A.J. Green, WR7

11. Rich Hribar — T.Y. Hilton, WR8

12. Josh Norris — DeAndre Hopkins, WR9

Notes: Mensio took Evans over Beckham because he prefers Evans’ quarterback situation. There’s not much separation between the two, but I think Beckham is the no-brainer No. 1 overall Dynasty player. He could go down as one of the greatest players of all time. … Bell is racking up mileage and knee injuries, but still somehow just turned 25. With so few multi-year options at running back, I think Bell was the right pick. I would have taken him had he fallen to No. 7. … I debated Michael Thomas over Antonio, but still only 29 in July, Brown is the closest thing this generation has to Jerry Rice. … Fantasy Mansion and I could both regret passing on Julio. For me, it came down to Julio’s history of foot issues. … Hopkins could end up a bargain if the Texans get their quarterback situation sorted out any time in the next 2-3 years. … For the second straight year, this mock’s first round was as receiver heavy as possible. So is the nature of a game where quarterbacks are too streamable, and running backs too unpredictable.

Round 2

13. Josh Norris — Jordan Howard, RB4

14. Rich Hribar — Dez Bryant, WR10

15. JJ Zachariason — Melvin Gordon, RB5

16. Raymond Summerlin — Allen Robinson, WR11

17. Matt Kelley — Brandin Cooks, WR12

18. Patrick Daugherty — Andrew Luck, QB1

19. Jeff Ratcliffe — Alshon Jefferey, WR13

20. Jesse Pantuosco — Sammy Watkins, WR14

21. Mike Clay — Leonard Fournette, RB6

22. Adam Levitan — Keenan Allen, WR15

23. Evan Silva — Rob Gronkowski, TE1

24. Nick Mensio — Jay Ajayi, RB7

Notes: Norris professed instant regret at his Howard selection. Howard certainly had the looks of a future star last season, but his CV is probably too thin for the No. 13 overall pick of a Dynasty draft. … This is where things really get interesting. Dez hasn’t had a 1,000-yard season since 2014, but is still only 28. … Robinson was the biggest fantasy bust of 2016, but offensive-minded coach Doug Marrone has better odds of getting him going than Gus Bradley did. That’s exactly what Marrone did to close out last season. … Cooks in New England could be the most dangerous game. Playing with Tom Brady teases potentially limitless upside, but it’s a spread-the-wealth offense. As was the case in New Orleans, that can make for difficulties with a deep threat. … It’s a Dynasty league. Instead of forcing a running back — Jay Ajayi? — I decided to go with Luck, someone I can reasonably bet will be fantasy’s No. 1 overall quarterback over the next five seasons. … Sammy Watkins: Good enough for Pick 20 in a start-up, but not his fifth-year team option. That’s so Bills. … The first rookie off the board is Fournette. The Jags’ intentions are clear: Put the offense on the LSU product’s shoulders. … Keenan Allen has mounting target competition to go along with his winding injury history. Nevertheless, the upside is there, as usual. … It’s been many years since Gronk fell this far in a Dynasty draft. He should still offer league-winning upside for the next 2-3 seasons.  

Round 3

25. Nick Mensio — Jarvis Landry, WR16

26. Evan Silva — Todd Gurley, RB8

27. Adam Levitan — Davante Adams, WR17

28. Mike Clay — Corey Davis, WR18

29. Jesse Pantuosco — Jordan Reed, TE2 

30. Jeff Ratcliffe — Christian McCaffrey, RB9

31. Patrick Daugherty — Joe Mixon, RB10

32. Matt Kelley — Devonta Freeman, RB11

33. Raymond Summerlin — Doug Baldwin, WR19

34. JJ Zachariason — Stefon Diggs, WR20

35. Rich Hribar — Demaryius Thomas, WR21

36. Josh Norris — Corey Coleman, WR22

Notes: Landry at No. 25 may seem like a stretch, but not so much in PPR. … Silva was cleared-eyed about Gurley’s prospects before last season, worrying about his situation. Gurley then went on to have one of 2016’s most disappointing campaigns. So it was interesting to see Silva take the plunge here, but I agree completely. It’s the perfect part of the board to gamble on Gurley’s still-considerable upside. Gurley has already put amazing runs on NFL tape, and does not turn 23 until August. … Finally, some rookies. I was a bit surprised to see Davis come off the board before the running backs, but not entirely. Davis is ranked No. 1 overall in a handful of rookie rankings, including Mike Clay’s. Clay, of course, took the newest Titan. … For the record, I was going to take McCaffrey. I was still more than pleased to land Mixon. I thought it was the right time to gamble on the unknown over the knowns of LeSean McCoy, etc. Young players are always overvalued in Dynasty leagues, but I think the calculus favored taking a chance here. … There’s a decent chance there are not 20 better receivers than Thomas over the next two seasons.

Round 4

37. Josh Norris — Derrick Henry, RB12

38. Rich Hribar — Jordy Nelson, WR23

39. JJ Zachariason — Donte Moncrief, WR24

40. Raymond Summerlin — LeSean McCoy, RB13

41. Matt Kelley — Tevin Coleman, RB14

42. Patrick Daugherty — Travis Kelce, TE3 

43. Jeff Ratcliffe — Mike Williams, WR25

44. Jesse Pantuosco — Aaron Rodgers, QB2

45. Mike Clay — Dalvin Cook, RB15

46. Adam Levitan — Lamar Miller, RB16

47. Evan Silva — Terrelle Pryor, WR26

48. Nick Mensio — Jamison Crowder, WR27

Notes: Moncrief was the WR21 in this draft a season ago. I thought he would have been higher. This feels like a discount, but not as big on 2016 as I was expecting. … Jordy and LeSean are the kind of picks that can win Dynasty leagues. With everyone focused on finding the next big thing, Reebs and Ray are assuming Jordy and LeSean will anchor their teams for the next two seasons. … I would have considered Coleman had he fallen to me. Not in love with the Kelce pick, though I do love Kelce. Strongly considered both Jamison Crowder and DeVante Parker. Get the feeling I will regret passing. … Jesse got the best player in football at No. 44. Hard to argue. … Lamar’s 2016 was a disappointment, relatively speaking, but I would have taken him over Dalvin Cook. Cook, though, could end up one of the steals of this year’s drafts. He was a college freak who fell not because of film, but measurables. … Back-to-back Redskins receivers. Both could vastly over-perform their draft positions in 2017.  

Round 5

49. Nick Mensio — Isaiah Crowell, RB17

50. Evan Silva — Jordan Matthews, WR28

51. Adam Levitan — DeVante Parker, WR29

52. Mike Clay — John Ross, WR30

53. Jesse Pantuosco — Carlos Hyde, RB18

54. Jeff Ratcliffe — Hunter Henry, TE4

55. Patrick Daugherty — Eddie Lacy, RB19

56. Matt Kelley — Willie Snead, WR31

57. Raymond Summerlin — Martavis Bryant, WR32

58. JJ Zachariason — Randall Cobb, WR33

59. Rich Hribar — Michael Crabtree, WR34

60. Josh Norris — Tyreek Hill, WR35

Notes: I think Parker could end up one of the steals of the draft. He's been an extremely slow developer, but put some mouthwatering plays on tape in 2016. ... I was surprised Ross fell as far as he did. His injury history is concerning, but his upside is considerable. ... Snead has been sort of a forgotten man. His return on fifth-round investment could be through the roof. ... Lacy is as boom/bust as it gets in this draft. Still surprisingly young, his rebound potential is high. But so are the odds he hurts his ankle/isn't in shape. ... The group showed restraint with Tyreek. The Tyler Lockett comparisons will abound, but history doesn't always repeat itself. Hill does things few NFL players are capable of.   

Round 6

61. Josh Norris — Golden Tate, WR36

62. Rich Hribar — Tyler Eifert, TE5

63. JJ Zachariason — C.J. Prosise, RB20

64. Raymond Summerlin — DeMarco Murray, RB21

65. Matt Kelley — Ty Montgomery, RB22

66. Patrick Daugherty — Kelvin Benjamin, WR37

67. Jeff Ratcliffe — Josh Doctson, WR38

68. Jesse Pantuosco — Cameron Meredith, WR39

69. Mike Clay — Emmanuel Sanders, WR40

70. Adam Levitan — Mark Ingram, RB23

71. Evan Silva — Rishard Matthews, WR41

72. Nick Mensio — Will Fuller, WR42

Notes:  We are now firmly in “it’s boring to take older veterans even though we know they will help our team this year” territory. … Golden Tate has been a rollercoaster in Detroit, but is 3-for-3 on 90-catch campaigns. He doesn’t turn 29 until August. … Tyler Eifert, going on 27, has 20 touchdowns in 37 career games, but averages just nine games per season. … C.J. Prosise flashed as a rookie, but emerged with serious durability concerns. A pass catcher behind Eddie Lacy on early downs, Prosise is a much better fit for PPR leagues than standard. … This is the right price for DeMarco Murray, who dominated for stretches in 2016 but was slowed by injury, as usual. Murray missed zero games, but was plagued by a toe issue down the stretch. … Ty Montgomery still boasts sky-high PPR upside even after the Packers selected three running backs in the draft. … Ratcliffe has to be happy getting Josh Doctson for free. He’s an open book following his lost rookie season.

Round 7

73. Nick Mensio — Alvin Kamara, RB24

74. Evan Silva — Eric Decker, WR43

75. Adam Levitan — Breshad Perriman, WR44

76. Mike Clay — Greg Olsen, TE6

77. Jesse Pantuosco — Kenneth Dixon, RB25

78. Jeff Ratcliffe — Kareem Hunt, RB26

79. Patrick Daugherty — Adam Thielen, WR45

80. Matt Kelley — Ameer Abdullah, RB27

81. Raymond Summerlin — C.J. Anderson, RB28

82. JJ Zachariason — Samaje Perine, RB29

83. Rich Hribar — DeSean Jackson, WR46

84. Josh Norris — Sterling Shepard, WR47

Notes: Mensio was aggressive with Kamara, though I approve of the calculated risk in a PPR league. Drew Brees has made targeting third-down backs his life’s work. … Eric Decker is coming off hip and shoulder injuries, but is Gang Green’s clear-cut No. 1 receiver. WR43 is a pittance for a proven touchdown-scoring force. … It’s been “never” for Breshad Perriman through two seasons. 2016 hinted ever so slightly that “now” is still possible. … Kenneth Dixon is suspended four games. That doesn’t erase all of last year’s promise, both from his pre-draft pedigree and in-house Ravens hype. … Excluding gadget player De’Anthony Thomas, Kareem Hunt is the first back drafted by Andy Reid in Kansas City. Reid traded up for the Toledo product. That’s a strong endorsement from a coach who knows his running backs. … Adam Thielen had a 200-yard game last season. #PeopleForgetThat. … Samaje Perine could replace Rob Kelley fairly quickly in Washington. … It’s safe to say Sterlin Shepard did not live up to his pre-draft hype in New York last season.     

Round 8

85. Josh Norris — Russell Wilson, QB3

86. Rich Hribar — Tyrell Williams, WR48

87. JJ Zachariason — Kevin White, WR49

88. Raymond Summerlin — John Brown, WR50

89. Matt Kelley — Duke Johnson, RB30

90. Patrick Daugherty — Doug Martin, RB31

91. Jeff Ratcliffe — Jameis Winston, QB4

92. Jesse Pantuosco — Julian Edelman, WR51

93. Mike Clay — O.J. Howard, TE7

94. Adam Levitan — Spencer Ware, RB32

95. Evan Silva — Pierre Garcon, WR52

96. Nick Mensio — Bilal Powell, RB33

Notes: There are not going to be 84 more valuable players than Russell Wilson in Dynasty leagues over the next two … three … four … five … whatever, seasons. … Tyrell Williams had his hype bubble punctured by Mike Williams, but you can’t take away what he did in 2016. He put some great football on film. … John Brown swears he’s healthy. With Michael Floyd gone and Larry Fitzgerald aging, Brown is one of this year’s most fascinating players. … The Bucs have spent the entire offseason giving Martin votes of confidence. I’ll take it after that seemed like anything but a given. … Even if he only has one productive season left, “Julian Edelman, WR51” is robbery. … Pierre Garcon is free money as the 49ers’ WR1.  

Round 9

97. Nick Mensio — Tyler Lockett, WR53

98. Evan Silva — Jeremy Maclin, WR54

99. Adam Levitan — Marcus Mariota, QB5 

100. Mike Clay — Paul Perkins, RB34

101. Jesse Pantuosco — Theo Riddick, RB35

102. Jeff Ratcliffe — Laquon Treadwell, WR55

103. Patrick Daugherty — Zay Jones, WR56

104. Matt Kelley — Kenny Britt, WR57

105. Raymond Summerlin — Thomas Rawls, RB36

106. JJ Zachariason — Malcolm Mitchell, WR58

107. Rich Hribar — Curtis Samuel, WR59

108. Josh Norris — Cam Newton, QB6

Notes: Lockett is coming off a truly horrific knee injury, but you’re worth a ninth-round flier when you’ve done the things he’s done on an NFL field. … Maclin can’t be as bad as he was last year, right? … Personally, I might have taken a few other quarterbacks before Mariota, who’s suffered three non-minor injuries across two NFL seasons. … Riddick remains a PPR lifehack. … Perkins could overperform his draft position by 10 slots or underperform it by 20. … Treadwell had as dispiriting of a rookie year as possible. Still only 22 (in June), he deserves a second chance. … Zay Jones is this year’s Sterling Shepard. We know there will be rookie targets. … Mitchell’s sophomore prospects dimmed following the acquisition of Brandin Cooks.    

Round 10

109. Josh Norris — Danny Woodhead, RB37

110. Rich Hribar — Derek Carr, QB7

111. JJ Zachariason — Dak Prescott, QB8

112. Raymond Summerlin — Matt Ryan, QB9

113. Matt Kelley — Chris Godwin, WR60

114. Patrick Daugherty — David Njoku, TE8

115. Jeff Ratcliffe — JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR61

116. Jesse Pantuosco — Mike Gillislee, RB38

117. Mike Clay — Matthew Stafford, QB10

118. Adam Levitan — Zach Ertz, TE9

119. Evan Silva — Drew Brees, QB11

120. Nick Mensio — Kirk Cousins, QB12

Notes: Woodhead could catch a billion passes if healthy, but now 32, has appeared in 21 games over the past three seasons. … Ryan wasn’t quite left for dead like he was last year, but that’s still not much respect for a player coming off a monster year with plenty of seasons left in the tank. … Njoku has monster upside and a limitless floor. … The Steelers’ receiver track record speaks for itself re: Smith-Schuster, though Markus Wheaton and Sammie Coates have tainted the #brand a bit.

Round 11

121. Nick Mensio — Jimmy Graham, TE10

122. Evan Silva — Tom Brady, QB13

123. Adam Levitan — Kenny Stills, WR62  

124. Mike Clay — Giovani Bernard, RB39

125. Jesse Pantuosco — Carson Wentz, QB14

126. Jeff Ratcliffe — D'Onta Foreman, RB40

127. Patrick Daugherty — Carlos Henderson, WR63

128. Matt Kelley — Kyle Rudolph, TE11

129. Raymond Summerlin — Brandon Marshall, WR64

130. JJ Zachariason — Jeremy McNichols, RB41

131. Rich Hribar — Eric Ebron, TE12

132. Josh Norris — Delanie Walker, TE13

Notes: Apparently the group believes with CSN New England’s theory that the Pats might be ready to power play Brady in 2018. … Bernard could be out of a third-down job with Joe Mixon in tow, but has been one of the league’s best pass-catching backs. If his knee heals on time, he will still have a 2017 role. … Honest to god, I don’t really remember picking Henderson. Probably means it’s a good pick. … McNichols = bye Charles Sims? … Delanie (33 in August) is down-low old.

Round 12

133. Josh Norris — Evan Engram, TE14

134. Rich Hribar — Marshawn Lynch, RB42

135. JJ Zachariason — Larry Fitzgerald, WR65

136. Raymond Summerlin — Martellus Bennett, TE15

137. Matt Kelley — Marlon Mack, RB43

138. Patrick Daugherty — Marvin Jones, WR66

139. Jeff Ratcliffe — Ladarius Green, TE16

140. Jesse Pantuosco — C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE17

141. Mike Clay — Tyler Boyd, WR67

142. Adam Levitan — Devin Funchess, WR68

143. Evan Silva — Jack Doyle, TE18

144. Nick Mensio — James White, RB44


Notes: Lynch and Fitzgerald are both 2017-only picks. Not that there’s anything wrong with that at this point of the draft. … Although he basically doesn’t have a floor, Mack is an excellent upside pick. … Jones: I regret nothing. … Ladarius a solid risk/reward proposition at this stage of the board, though the emphasis is on “risk.” … Funchess: We’ll see.  

Round 13

145. Nick Mensio — Cooper Kupp, WR69

146. Evan Silva — Joe Williams, RB45

147. Adam Levitan — Mike Wallace, WR70

148. Mike Clay — Marqise Lee, WR71

149. Jesse Pantuosco — Robert Woods, WR72

150. Jeff Ratcliffe — Jamaal Williams, RB46

151. Patrick Daugherty — Ben Roethlisberger, QB15

152. Matt Kelley — Andy Dalton, QB16

153. Raymond Summerlin — Austin Hooper, TE19

154. JJ Zachariason — Quincy Enunwa, WR73

155. Rich Hribar — Wendell Smallwood, RB47

156. Josh Norris — Rob Kelley, RB48

Notes: Kupp isn’t sexy, but PPR gives him legitimate upside. … Joe Williams is a high-upside flier. … Woods is in Kupp territory. You might not like making the pick, but it could pay off. … Like everyone else, I didn’t buy the Big Ben retirement talk. I also think he’ll remain around beyond 2017. … 152-156 is probably the least inspiring stretch of the draft so far.

Round 14

157. Josh Norris — Adrian Peterson, RB49

158. Rich Hribar — Wayne Gallman, RB50

159. JJ Zachariason — Aaron Jones, RB51

160. Raymond Summerlin — Dion Lewis, RB52

161. Matt Kelley — Taywan Taylor, WR74

162. Patrick Daugherty — Rex Burkhead, RB53

163. Jeff Ratcliffe — Deshaun Watson, QB17

164. Jesse Pantuosco — J.J. Nelson, WR75

165. Mike Clay — Allen Hurns, WR76

166. Adam Levitan — Ted Ginn, WR77

167. Evan Silva — Kenny Golladay, WR78

168. Nick Mensio — Latavius Murray, RB54

Notes: Gallman and Jones both offer long-term potential. … Lewis is settling in as a best-ball only option. He has the moves for huge games, but the backfield is so crowded. … Taylor is a steal at No. 161 in a PPR start-up. … I’m surprised Burkhead fell this far in a PPR, competition or not. … Nelson could hit as early as this year. … Golladay won’t be going this low come August.

Round 15

169. Nick Mensio — Philip Rivers, QB18

170. Evan Silva — Chad Williams, WR79

171. Adam Levitan — DeAndre Washington, RB55

172. Mike Clay — Jalen Richard, RB56

173. Jesse Pantuosco — Jeremy Hill, RB57

174. Jeff Ratcliffe — Jonathan Williams, RB58

175. Patrick Daugherty — James Conner, RB59

176. Matt Kelley — Cole Beasley, WR80

177. Raymond Summerlin — Blake Bortles, QB19

178. JJ Zachariason — Charles Sims, RB60

179. Rich Hribar — Donnel Pumphrey, RB61

180. Josh Norris — Frank Gore, RB62

Notes: Rivers is fading fast, but QB18 seems a bit too pessimistic. … Chad Williams could be a massive steal. Bruce Arians has telegraphed that he expects big things. … Conner doesn’t intrigue me as a player. The pick is all about the situation. … Beasley should remain a nuisance for at least 2-3 more years.

Round 16

181. Josh Norris — Taylor Gabriel, WR81

182. Rich Hribar — Ryan Tannehill, QB20

183. JJ Zachariason — Tyrod Taylor, QB21

184. Raymond Summerlin — Terrance West, RB63

185. Matt Kelley — Eli Manning, QB22

186. Patrick Daugherty — Dede Westbrook, WR82

187. Jeff Ratcliffe — ArDarius Stewart, WR83

188. Jesse Pantuosco — Julius Thomas, TE20

189. Mike Clay — Joe Flacco, QB23

190. Adam Levitan — Erik Swooper, TE21

191. Evan Silva — Jerick McKinnon, RB64

192. Nick Mensio — Tavon Austin, WR84

Round 17

193. Nick Mensio — Charles Clay, TE22

194. Evan Silva — Devontae Booker, RB65

195. Adam Levitan — Aldrick Robinson, WR85

196. Mike Clay — Darren McFadden, RB66

197. Jesse Pantuosco — Jacquizz Rodgers, RB67

198. Jeff Ratcliffe — Josh Reynolds, WR86

199. Patrick Daugherty — Jamaal Charles, RB68

200. Matt Kelley — Jason Witten, TE23

201. Raymond Summerlin — Darren Sproles, RB69

202. JJ Zachariason — Coby Fleener, TE24

203. Rich Hribar — Chris Thompson, RB70

204. Josh Norris — Kamar Aiken, WR87

Round 18

205. Josh Norris — Jared Cook, TE25

206. Rich Hribar — T.J. Yeldon, RB71

207. JJ Zachariason — Tyler Higbee, TE26

208. Raymond Summerlin — Jimmy Garoppolo, QB24

209. Matt Kelley — Shane Vereen, RB72

210. Patrick Daugherty — Michael Floyd, WR88

211. Jeff Ratcliffe — Phillip Dorsett, WR89

212. Jesse Pantuosco — Amara Darboh, WR90

213. Mike Clay — Josh Gordon, WR91

214. Adam Levitan — Patrick Mahomes, QB25

215. Evan Silva — Adam Shaheen, TE27

216. Nick Mensio — Paul Richardson, WR92

Round 19

217. Nick Mensio — Chris Conley, WR93

218. Evan Silva — Chris Moore, WR94

219. Adam Levitan — Corey Clement, RB73   

220. Mike Clay — T.J. Logan, RB74

221. Jesse Pantuosco — Robby Anderson, WR95

222. Jeff Ratcliffe — Elijah McGuire, RB75

223. Patrick Daugherty — Cameron Brate, TE28

224. Matt Kelley — Leonte Carroo, WR96

225. Raymond Summerlin — Andre Ellington, RB76

226. JJ Zachariason — Zach Miller, TE29

227. Rich Hribar — Gerald Everett, TE30

228. Josh Norris — Jonathan Stewart, RB76

Round 20

229. Josh Norris — Braxton Miller, WR97

230. Rich Hribar — Kenyan Drake, RB77

231. JJ Zachariason — Dwayne Allen, TE31

232. Raymond Summerlin — DeShone Kizer, QB26

233. Matt Kelley — Jeff Janis, WR98

234. Patrick Daugherty — Jonnu Smith, TE32

235. Jeff Ratcliffe — Elijah Hood, RB78

236. Jesse Pantuosco — LeGarrette Blount, RB79

237. Mike Clay — Mitchell Trubisky, QB27

238. Adam Levitan — DeAngelo Yancey, WR99

239. Evan Silva — Jared Goff, QB28

240. Nick Mensio — Torrey Smith, WR100

Patrick Daugherty is a football and baseball writer for He can be found on Twitter .
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