The Week 11 NFL main slate kicks off on Sunday, Nov. 22, at 1 p.m. ET.

In this piece, I highlight running backs who stand out in our large suite of analytical fantasy tools, most specifically our FantasyLabs Models. While the Models are built for daily contests, this is an all-purpose fantasy article with actionable information for all formats.

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Top Running Backs in the FantasyLabs Models

There are eight running backs atop the individual Pro Models that Jonathan Bales, Peter Jennings (CSURAM88), Sean Koerner, Chris Raybon, Kevin McClelland (SportsGeek), Ryan Hodge and I have constructed.

Here’s where they place within our Week 11 fantasy football rankings (as of Wednesday evening).

  • Dalvin Cook: No. 1 (PPR) | No. 1 (Half PPR) | No. 1 (STD)
  • Ezekiel Elliott: No. 11 (PPR) | No. 10 (Half PPR) | No. 11 (STD)
  • James Conner: No. 12 (PPR) | No. 11 (Half PPR) | No. 9 (STD)
  • Duke Johnson: No. 14 (PPR) | No. 14 (Half PPR) | No. 17 (STD)
  • La’Mical Perine: No. 25 (PPR) | No. 24 (Half PPR) | No. 24 (STD)
  • Damien Harris: No. 26 (PPR) | No. 20 (Half PPR) | No. 16 (STD)
  • Jonathan Taylor: No. 31 (PPR) | No. 29 (Half PPR) | No. 27 (STD)
  • James White: No. 45 (PPR) | No. 51 (Half PPR) | No. 53 (STD)

FantasyLabs Positional Breakdowns

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Dalvin Cook: Minnesota Vikings (-7) vs. Dallas Cowboys (48 Over/Under)

How much really needs to be said? Cook has enjoyed über-elite usage since returning from injury out of the bye.

  • Week 8 (at GB): 48.6 PPR, 46.6 STD | 30-163-3 | 2-63-1, three targets
  • Week 9 (vs. DET): 39.2 PPR, 37.2 STD | 22-206-2 | 2-46-0, two targets
  • Week 10 (at CHI): 15.2 PPR, 11.2 STD | 30-96-0 | 4-16-0, four targets

Despite leaving Week 5 early with a groin injury and missing Week 6, Cook leads the league with 1,143 yards and 13 touchdowns from scrimmage. He’s a volume monster.

It’s no surprise that Cook is No. 1 with 0.61 PPR and 0.55 STD points per snap, per Pro Football Focus.

As great as he was last year with 1,654 yards and 13 touchdowns in 14 games, he has been even better in 2020.

Cook has a great matchup against the Cowboys, who are No. 29 with a 48.9 PFF run-defense grade. When he faced them in Week 10 last year, he was 26-97-1 rushing and 7-86-0 receiving on seven targets, and time has not made them better on defense.

In sports betting, I haven’t taken a position yet on this game because I’m torn in different directions. Ultimately, I might pass. But there’s no question that this is a good spot for the Vikings.

Since head coach Mike Zimmer joined the team in 2014, the Vikings are 66-38-1 against the spread (ATS) in the regular season, good for an A-graded 23.4% return on investment (ROI, per our Bet Labs database).

And as you might expect with an ATS record that good, Zimmer has exhibited all sorts of regular-season edges throughout his tenure.

  • At home: 34-17-1 ATS | 29.6% ROI
  • As favorite: 38-21-1 | 25.4% ROI
  • Outside of division: 45-19-1 | 36.1% ROI

These trends make sense within the context of who Zimmer is as a coach and what kind of team the Vikings have historically been under him.

Zimmer is a focused, no-nonsense, risk-averse, process-oriented, defense-directed “manager” (for lack of a better word), and the Vikings have been a disciplined team that doesn’t often make big mistakes.

The Vikings don’t waste the natural advantage they have at home. They don’t play down to the level of their underdog opponents. They don’t present a known and easy challenge to teams that aren’t familiar with them.

This week, they’re are in a “solar eclipse” spot with all of Zimmer’s historical edges lining up.

As non-divisional home favorites, the Vikings are 19-5-1 ATS (52.7% ROI). You can bet on this game at DraftKings.



This is a total onslaught spot, and Cook is on the positive side of his career-long home/away splits (per our FantasyLabs Trends Tool).

  • Home (17 games): 22.0 DraftKings points | 64.7% Consistency Rating
  • Away (22 games): 19.5 DraftKings points | 45.5% Consistency Rating

He leads all running backs in our Models with his median, ceiling and floor projections.

A locked-in top-three RB1 in season-long leagues, Cook is the No. 1 back in the Hodge and Freedman Models for DraftKings, where he has a position-high 10 Pro Trends.


Ezekiel Elliott: Dallas Cowboys (+7) at Minnesota Vikings (48 O/U)

I’ll say it: I’m pessimistic. Extremely pessimistic. Elliott’s splits without quarterback Dak Prescott (ankle) have been the stuff of nightmares (per RotoViz Game Splits App).

But there are reasons to be optimistic.

Coming out of the bye, Elliott (hamstring) should be over the soft-tissue injury that slowed him down in Week 9, and the Cowboys are expected to have No. 2 quarterback Andy Dalton (COVID-19), who should be a significant upgrade over third- and fourth-stringers Ben DiNucci and Garrett Gilbert.

With an extra week to prepare for the Vikings, who are on short rest coming off of Monday Night Football, the Cowboys might be able to keep the game close. The line has moved toward the Cowboys from +9.5, and they have some sports-betting edges in this spot.

And Elliott is still being used. In his four full Prescott-less games, he has averaged 15.3 carries and 4.3 targets. That kind of volume is far too valuable to ignore.

In every game but one this year, Elliott has had 20-plus opportunities (carries and targets, per RotoViz NFL Stat Explorer).

On the year, Elliott is No. 3 at the position with 20.0 expected fantasy points per game (per RotoViz NFL Player Statistical Summary). With his usage, he could have a big game.

The Vikings aren’t horrible in running back defense, but the seven backs with 12-plus carries against them have averaged 16.5 PPR and 13.3 STD points per game this year, and in that group are such non-luminaries as David Johnson, Todd Gurley and Jonathan Taylor.

Elliott is a borderline RB1/2 in season-long leagues and the No. 1 back in the Bales, CSURAM88 and Koerner Models for DraftKings, where he has a position-high 89% Bargain Rating.


James Conner: Pittsburgh Steelers (-10) at Jacksonville Jaguars (46.5 O/U)

Conner has disappointed over the past two weeks with 22-58-0 rushing and 4-10-0 receiving, but he is still the No. 1 back on the team that ranks No. 4 with 30.1 points scored per game.

Excluding his injury-impacted Week 1, Conner has amassed 674 yards and five touchdowns from scrimmage on 126 carries and 23 targets in eight games.

Bemoan his Weeks 9-10 shortfall all you want, but in Weeks 2-8 Conner was no worse than a mid-range RB2 in every game.

Given how ravaged the running back position has been this season, Conner has been as good as anyone could have hoped for.

What Cooner really has going for him this week is his matchup against the Jaguars, who have been abused by almost every running back to face them since Week 9 last year.

Seriously, the list is incredibly long.

  • Carlos Hyde (Week 9): 14.0 PPR, 14.0 STD | 19-160-0
  • Duke Johnson (Week 9): 19.1 PPR, 14.1 STD | 7-13-1 | 5-68-0, five targets
  • BYE WEEK (Week 10): The Jags somehow made their run defense worse during the bye.
  • Marlon Mack (Week 11): 16.9 PPR, 16.9 STD | 14-109-1
  • Jonathan Williams (Week 11): 15.7 PPR, 14.7 STD | 13-116-0 | 1-31-0, one target
  • Nyheim Hines (Week 11): 12.5 PPR, 9.5 STD | 3-11-1 | 3-24-0, four targets
  • Derrick Henry (Week 12): 28.5 PPR, 27.5 STD | 19-159-2 | 1-16-0, one target
  • Peyton Barber (Week 13): 18.4 PPR, 18.4 STD | 17-44-2
  • Austin Ekeler (Week 14): 31.3 PPR, 27.3 STD | 8-101-0 | 4-112-1, five targets
  • Melvin Gordon III (Week 14): 19.4 PPR, 14.4 STD | 12-55-1 | 5-29-0, five targets
  • Josh Jacobs (Week 15): 12.9 PPR, 10.9 STD | 24-89-0 | 2-20-0, three targets
  • Devonta Freeman (Week 16): 33.7 PPR, 24.7 STD | 13-53-1 | 9-74-1, 10 targets
  • Brian Hill & Qadree Ollison (Week 16): 12.9 PPR, 12.9 STD | 8-69-1
  • Marlon Mack (Week 17): 19.7 PPR, 19.7 STD | 15-77-2 | 0-0-0, one target
  • Nyheim Hines (Week 17): 8.6 PPR, 5.6 STD | 7-34-0 | 3-22-0, five targets
  • Nyheim Hines (Week 1): 27.3 PPR, 19.3 STD | 7-28-1 | 8-45-1, eight targets
  • Jonathan Taylor (Week 1): 14.9 PPR, 8.9 STD | 9-22-0 | 6-67-0 six targets
  • Marlon Mack (Week 1, injured): 8.6 PPR, 5.6 STD | 4-26-0 | 3-30-0, three targets
  • Derrick Henry (Week 2): 8.4 PPR, 8.4 STD | 25-84-0 | 0-0-0, two targets
  • Myles Gaskin & Jordan Howard (Week 3): 20.6 PPR, 15.6 STD | 25-67-1 | 5-29-0, five targets
  • Joe Mixon (Week 4): 42.1 PPR, 36.1 STD | 25-151-2 | 6-30-1, six targets
  • David Johnson (Week 5): 12.3 PPR, 10.3 STD | 17-96-0 | 2-7-0, four targets
  • D’Andre Swift (Week 6): 27.3 PPR, 24.3 STD | 14-116-2 | 3-7-0, four targets
  • Adrian Peterson (Week 6): 12.8 PPR, 11.8 STD | 15-40-1 | 1-18-0, one target
  • Joshua Kelley (Week 7): 10.3 PPR, 5.3 STD | 12-20-0 | 5-24-0, five targets
  • Justin Jackson (Week 7): 10.5 PPR, 5.5 STD | 5-12-0 | 5-43-0, six targets
  • BYE WEEK (Week 8): Yep, they’re still bad.
  • Duke Johnson (Week 9): 15.3 PPR, 11.3 STD | 16-41-1 | 4-32-0, four targets
  • Aaron Jones (Week 10): 14.5 PPR, 9.5 STD | 13-46-0 | 5-49-0, six targets

Not every guy to face the Jags goes off, but almost everyone has an above-average performance at worst.

The Jags are essentially an auto-play matchup. Here’s a flow chart that might help.

  • Is this player a running back? If no, stop. If yes, continue.
  • Is the player facing the Jaguars? If no, stop. If yes, continue.
  • Is the player a guy who gets snaps? If no, stop. If yes, continue.
  • Is the player relatively healthy at kickoff? If no, maybe play him. If yes, definitely play him.

Follow the flow chart. The Steelers have a slate-high 28.75-point implied Vegas total.

Conner is a borderline RB1/2 in season-long leagues and the No. 1 back in the Hodge Model for FanDuel.


Duke Johnson: Houston Texans (+2.5) vs. New England Patriots (48 O/U)

Last week, Johnson was No. 3 in the $333 Wildcat and $3,000 Luxury Box on DraftKings with 26.3% and 28.7% exposure rates (per our FantasyLabs Ownership Dashboard). High-stakes DFS players were all over him.

Everyone in every kind of fantasy format was all over him.

And he bombed: 54 yards, no touchdowns, no receptions.

But I’m not discouraged. At all.

Ever since starter David Johnson (concussion, IR) exited Week 9 early, Duke Johnson has had fantastic underlying metrics.

Over the past two weeks, he leads all running backs with his 88% snap rate, which he has leveraged into 30 carries and five targets. Of all the opportunities given to Texans backs since Week 9, all but two carries and two targets have gone to Johnson.

If Johnson gets that type of usage this week — and there’s little reason to think he won’t — he could dominate, as the Patriots are No. 31 with a 5.2% rush-defense DVOA and No. 32 with a 31.6% pass-defense DVOA against running backs.

This year, two backups have played as injury fill-in lead backs against the Patriots, and both guys have smashed.

  • Phillip Lindsay (Week 6): 10.1 PPR, 10.1 STD | 23-101-0
  • Jeff Wilson (Week 7): 32.0 PPR, 30.0 STD | 17-112-3 | 2-8-0, two targets

With double-digit touches, Johnson could do some damage.

Johnson is an upside RB2 in season-long leagues and the No. 1 back in the Raybon Model for FanDuel, where he has a position-high +3.07 Projected Plus/Minus.


La’Mical Perine: New York Jets (+8.5) at Los Angeles Chargers (47 O/U)

Right now, I have the outro from the Toadies’ “Possum Kingdom” playing on repeat in my head: “Do you wanna die? Do you wanna die?”

No one entered the 2020 NFL season thinking, “You know what? — I can’t WAIT until Week 11 when I get to read a blurb on the third-string running back for the 0-9 Jets,” but here we are.

Since the team released former starter Le’Veon Bell in Week 6, Perine has been No. 1 among all Jets backs with a 56% snap rate and 9% target share and No. 2 with a 37% rush share.

Those numbers are fine in a vacuum, but on a team that ranks No. 32 with 13.4 points per game and 4.5 yards per play, a back with that kind of usage won’t accomplish much.

Indeed, over his past four games, Perine is just 32-113-1 rushing and 8-50-0 receiving on 10 targets as the No. 2 back behind the eternal Frank Gore.

But coming out of the Week 10 bye, the Jets are expected to use Perine as the lead back so they can see if he has the talent to be a future starter. I’m not at all enamored by Perine, but he has had 10-plus opportunities in all but one of his past four games, and if he bumps that number up to 15 as the starter, then he will have legitimate (albeit revolting) weekly viability.

If you check out the Action Network App, you’ll see that I have a position on the Jets at +10. The line has moved toward them at +8.5 with 61% of the bets and 71% of the money, which suggests that the sharp money — the big money — is invested in the Jets.

To be clear: The Jets are bad. They are 2-7 ATS. But that’s why they’re attractive in this spot. Teams with an ATS win rate no higher than 30% (after four games, so we have a decent sample) are an A-graded 478-402-24 ATS (5.4% ROI). You can bet on this game at FanDuel.



Historically, the market has underrated teams that have massively struggled ATS early in the year, and if the Jets outperform expectations in this game, that could result in usable production from Perine, who has a manageable matchup against a Chargers defense that ranks No. 24 with a -0.4% rush-defense DVOA.

Perine is a bye-week borderline RB2/3 in season-long leagues and the No. 1 back in the Raybon Model for DraftKings, where he has a position-high +2.96 Projected Plus/Minus.


Damien Harris: New England Patriots (-2.5) at Houston Texans (48 O/U)

This is a great matchup of strength on weakness. Harris is No. 3 among qualified backs with a 22.4% rush DVOA, and the Texans are No. 32 with a 5.5% rush-defense DVOA. In nine games, they have allowed opposing backfields to rack up a league-high 251 carries and 1,389 yards rushing.

Harris has a capped ceiling as a committee back, but despite sharing work with Rex Burkhead and James White, Harris has been at least a fantasy RB2 in half his games since making his season debut in Week 4.

Despite flashing a three-down skill set at Alabama (52-407-2 receiving in four years), Harris has just two targets on the year, so he’s a highly script-dependent producer, but if the Patriots are able to get and maintain a lead, Harris could get a lot of run: The Pats are No. 1 in the league with a 52.4% rush-play rate.

In every game but one Harris has at least 10 carries and 5.0 yards per carry, and last week he hit career-high marks with 22 carries, 121 yards rushing and a 55% snap rate.

With all apologies to Sony Michel, Harris looks like the lead back of the future for the Patriots.

Michel (quad, IR) has been designated to return, so this might be the week the team activates Michel. If that happens, this backfield could be thrown into disarray with a split early-down role, but if Michel sits one more week, Harris could have a big game against an overmatched opponent. Be sure to monitor Michel’s status as we move into the weekend.

An upside RB2 in standard leagues and RB3 in PPR formats, Harris is the top option in the Bales, Koerner and SportsGeek Models for FanDuel.


Jonathan Taylor: Indianapolis Colts (-2) vs. Green Bay Packers (51.5 O/U)

Let’s set the mood …

… there we go.

Before the Week 7 bye, Taylor underwhelmed, but at least he was a fantasy RB2 at worst in every game but one.

But since Week 8, Taylor has been terrifyingly outperformed by committee members Nyheim Hines and Jordan Wilkins.

  • Nyheim Hines (three games): 36% snap rate | 19-96-1 | 10-119-3, 14 targets
  • Jordan Wilkins (three games): 35% snap rate | 39-156-1 | 3-23-0, four targets
  • Jonathan Taylor (three games): 30% snap rate | 24-61-1 | 6-41-0, seven targets

There’s no other way to say this: Despite his superior athleticism and draft capital, Taylor has been used over the past month as if he’s the No. 3 back.

But maybe — MAYBE — we will see him breakout this week.

He has two big factors in his favor. First, he is a home favorite, which means he might benefit from a run-heavy game script. Second, he faces the Packers, against whom opposing backfields are No. 3 with 25.6 fantasy points per game on 198-905-11 rushing and 54-481-4 receiving.

Even with Hines and Wilkins butting in, Taylor could still have a big day given the positive circumstances.

Taylor is a bye-week RB3 and the No. 1 back in the CSURAM88 and Freedman Models for FanDuel.


James White: New England Patriots (-2.5) at Houston Texans (48 O/U)

I won’t be rostering White this weekend because I try to enjoy life, but if you’re desperate, then he’s a fine PPR-only waiver-wire bye-week flyer.

White is usually a decent bet for 4-8 targets and a couple of carries in any given week, and in his two games against the Texans since 2018 (after defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel left the team), White has gone off.

  • Week 1, 2018 (vs. HOU): 15.6 PPR, 11.6 STD | 5-18-0 | 4-38-1, nine targets
  • Week 13, 2019 (at HOU): 37.7 PPR, 29.7 STD | 14-79-0 | 8-98-2, 11 targets

The sample is small, and quarterback Tom Brady is gone — but offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels is unlikely to forget that the Pats have had success in the past against the Texans by using White heavily in the short passing game.

This year, the Texans are No. 26 with a 14.6% pass-defense DVOA against running backs. It’s not hard to imagine the Pats attacking the Texans linebackers with White as a receiver.

White is the No. 1 back in the SportsGeek Model for DraftKings.

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Running Backs With Week-Winning Upside

In this section, I highlight some running backs I think will outperform expectations and whom I especially like as upside season-long and DFS tournament plays.

Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints (-5) vs. Atlanta Falcons (50.5 O/U): At the Mercedes-Benz Superdome (a.k.a. the Coors Field of Fantasy Football), this game could explode with points. Kamara is No. 2 at the position with 21.1 expected fantasy points per game (trailing only the small-sampled Christian McCaffrey), and the Saints might funnel more of the offense through Kamara without quarterback Drew Brees (ribs).

Mike Davis, Carolina Panthers (-1.5) vs. Detroit Lions (45.5 O/U): Starter Christian McCaffrey (shoulder) is likely to miss Week 11. In his seven full games this year without McCaffrey, Davis has 16.3 PPR and 11.5 STD points per game on 90-381-2 rushing and 34-182-2 receiving. Opposing backfields are No. 1 against the Lions with 236-1,137-13 rushing and 49-483-5 receiving on 70 targets.

D’Andre Swift, Detroit Lions (+1.5) at Carolina Panthers (45.5): With the exception of his six-snap Week 3, Swift has flashed in limited action.

Since the Week 5 bye he has averaged 11.6 carries and 4.6 targets per game, and last week he finally played as the lead back with a 73% snap rate, 16-81-0 rushing and 5-68-1 receiving on five targets. The Panthers are No. 31 with a 42.1 PFF run-defense grade.

James Robinson, Jacksonville Jaguars (+13) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (46.5 O/U): Even on a 1-8 team ranking No. 26 with 22.1 points per game, Robinson has been a fantasy RB1 in 56% of his games.

Robinson is No. 5 with a 37% market share of his team’s opportunities, and now he will be without change-of-pace back Chris Thompson (back, IR).

Todd Gurley, Atlanta Falcons (+3.5) at New Orleans Saints (50.5 O/U): I don’t care who you are — you can’t make me write a blurb highlighting the fact that Gurley’s reanimated corpse has 663 yards and nine touchdowns from scrimmage. I won’t do it, you hear?

Antonio Gibson, Washington Football Team vs. Cincinnati Bengals (Off the Board): Lines for this game have been pulled because the Footballers are dealing with a COVID-19 situation.

When lines were available, Washington was a -1.5 favorite. Setting aside the season opener, Gibson has 594 yards and seven touchdowns from scrimmage in his past eight games, and the Bengals are No. 25 with a 52.7 PFF run-defense grade.

Kalen Ballage, Los Angeles Chargers (-8.5) vs. New York Jets (47 O/U): In his two games with the Chargers, Ballage leads the backfield with a 54% snap rate, 33-137-1 rushing and 7-49-0 receiving on nine targets. He’s a big home favorite in a “Revenge Game” against former head coach Adam Gase and the Jets, and he’s the No. 4 back in Hayden Winks’ Week 11 fantasy usage model.

Giovani Bernard, Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Football Team (Off the Board): Starter Joe Mixon (foot) has been out since Week 7 and is uncertain to play. Bernard annoyingly split work last week with backups Samaje Perine and Trayveon Williams, but that was in a 36-10 loss, and in his seven games without Mixon since 2017, Bernard has balled out.

In Week 9, the Football Team allowed injury fill-in Wayne Gallman a productive 14-68-1 rushing and 1-9-0 receiving on two targets.

J.D. McKissic, Washington Football Team vs. Cincinnati Bengals (Off the Board): Even though he’s a supplementary player, McKissic leads the Footballers backfield with a 56% snap rate and is No. 2 in the league among all backs with 6.9 targets per game. Over the past two weeks with Captain Checkdown Charlie quarterback Alex Smith, McKissic is 11-23-1 rushing and 16-108-0 receiving on 29 targets.

Nyheim Hines: Indianapolis Colts (-2) vs. Green Bay Packers (51.5 O/U): I’ll give you three guesses as to the games in which Hines has scored a touchdown this year.

The Packers have allowed 15 touchdowns to running backs in nine games.

Melvin Gordon, Denver Broncos (+3.5) vs. Miami Dolphins (45.5 O/U): The Dolphins have a funnel defense that ranks No. 8 against the pass (-4.5% DVOA) but No. 29 against the run (2.3%). It would be good if I could say something nice about Gordon right here.

Salvon Ahmed, Miami Dolphins (-3.5) at Denver Broncos (45.5 O/U): Lumbering goal-line aficionado Jordan Howard has been released, and Matt Breida (hamstring) seems unlikely to be more than a change-of-pace option when he returns this week. In each of his two games, Ahmed has led the Dolphins in rushing (28-123-1 combined).

Gus Edwards, Baltimore Ravens (-6) vs. Tennessee Titans (Off the Board): I’m betting against the Ravens given that opponents are 11-5 ATS (33% ROI) against them when quarterback Lamar Jackson is a home favorite. You can bet on this game at William Hill.



But I still like Edwards, who has been one of the NFL’s most no-nonsense North/South runners based on his Efficiency metric (per Next Gen Stats).

  • 2018: 2.78 (1st)
  • 2019: 2.93 (1st)
  • 2020: 3.28 (4th)

Edwards has 5.1 yards per carry on 352 career attempts, and last week, he led the Ravens backfield with 73 yards on seven carries and two targets.

Not joking.

Joshua Kelley, Los Angeles Chargers (-8.5) vs. New York Jets (47 O/U): If Kalen Ballage doesn’t lead the Chargers backfield, Kelley probably will … and Kalen Ballage is still Kalen Ballage.

Jordan Wilkins: Indianapolis Colts (-2) vs. Green Bay Packers (51.5 O/U): Since the Week 7 bye, Wilkins leads the Colts with 39-156-1 rushing. He — and not Jonathan Taylor — might be the early-down back to exploit the matchup with the Packers.



Matthew Freedman is 776-617-33 (55.7%) overall betting on the NFL. You can follow him in our free app.

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Pictured above: Dalvin Cook.
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