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2021 Fantasy Football: Top-200 Redraft PPR Rankings

These 2021 fantasy football PPR rankings are fluid and should be used as a general guide to value players. Every league is different, and you know your league best. There’s always that guy who drafts Patrick Mahomes in the first round, or maybe you know a homer in your league who will be willing to draft Justin Fields in the second round. Attack various positions based on your knowledge about your league mates to extract maximum value from each pick, but here is my overall draft strategy for each position.

As a general rule of thumb, you’ll find that quarterbacks are placed fairly late in my PPR rankings below, as there are plenty of productive starters in 1QB formats. Mahomes is likely to go way too early in many leagues, so wait for other guys with No. 1 quarterback upside like Dak Prescott or Russell Wilson available a round or more later. If you pass on that tier, productive veterans like Tom Brady and Ryan Tannehill shouldn’t be overlooked. And if you want rookie upside, many quarterbacks in this rookie class have high fantasy potential, especially guys like Trey Lance and Trevor Lawrence who can add rushing production in addition to their passing numbers.

Running backs with secure workloads are scarce, so they are prioritized in the early rounds of my PPR rankings. Don’t be scared away from players who disappointed in 2020 like Ezekiel Elliott and Clyde Edwards-Helaire, as both of their offensive lines got upgraded in a major way this offseason. And don’t worry too much about guys returning from injury either like Saquon Barkley and Joe Mixon, both of whom are projected for true workhorse roles. If you do select some elite wide receivers or tight ends early instead, there are plenty of upside running backs in the middle rounds. Target upside RB3s with massive upside like Sony Michel and Gus Edwards at their respective ADPs later on.

Attack upside wide receivers in the middle rounds and then wait to grab a couple of depth guys late. Rookies who have missed time with injuries this preseason like Elijah Moore and Rashod Bateman are currently undervalued, as both have WR3 potential with upside. Older veterans like Antonio Brown and Cole Beasley are undervalued as well with both playing in high-octane offense slated to pass the ball a ton. And while other teams reach for depth wide receivers with flashier names, grab young no. 3 receivers like D’Wayne Eskridge and Van Jefferson late in deeper drafts. Both are higher in my rankings than ADP, as these wide receivers could possibly see far more targets than many are projecting.

There are only three elite tight ends, and I do think that positional scarcity warrants their selections in the first two rounds. If you forgo an elite tight end, my PPR rankings show three second-tier tight ends with elite potential who are available in the middle rounds: Kyle Pitts, T.J. Hockenson, and Mark Andrews. If you miss out on the second tier, then wait until very late to take a starter, as there’s not much difference between the rest. Players like Jonnu Smith and Blake Jarwin don’t have much hype, but both have top-10 potential, and maybe even top-5 if everything goes their way.

The majority of your bench should focus on high-upside running backs, whether they’re handcuffs with RB1 potential or devalued backs in a committee who have a shot at winning the starting job. Everyone knows about Tony Pollard and A.J. Dillon, but don’t forget about Giovani Bernard and Tony Jones. Some potential sleepers to target late are Elijah Mitchell and Justin Jackson. Both are an injury away from big workloads for teams with good run games. And for those in very deep leagues, whether it’s 16 teams or 30-man rosters, take a stab on Kene Nwangwu or Chris Evans, who might just be the better bets over their teammates Alexander Mattison and Samaje Perine.

Here are my top-200 fantasy football rankings for the 2021 season for full PPR scoring. Best of luck! And be sure to check back for updated rankings as we near the season. Injuries are sure to happen, and other changing situations will shake up these PPR rankings as well.

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2021 PPR Rankings

Last updated on Wednesday, September 1st.

RankPos RkPlayerPosTeamComments
1RB1Christian McCaffreyRBCAR
2RB2Ezekiel ElliottRBDALWhy are we fading a guy who was the no. 3 RB in PPR last year from Weeks 1-5 when Dak Prescott and the DAL offensive line were healthy?
3RB3Dalvin CookRBMIN
4TE1Travis KelceTEKCElite TEs are difference-makers, and Kelce provides WR1 production in the TE slot, which is a huge advantage over other teams.
5WR1Tyreek HillWRKCWith Mahomes now behind a top-5 OL, opponents will try (and fail) trying to contain Hill for more than 3 seconds. He's my clear no. 1 WR.
6RB4Alvin KamaraRBNOThere's risk with Brees gone, but Kamara's target share could remain high with Michael Thomas not ready to start the season.
7RB5Nick ChubbRBCLEYes, the lack of receiving usage is a concern in PPR, but the best pure runner behind the top OL in the NFL has immense rushing and TD upside.
8WR2Davante AdamsWRGBWith Aaron Rodgers now back in Green Bay, Adams maintains his top-end WR status for another year as an elite fantasy asset.
9WR3Calvin RidleyWRATL
10WR4Stefon DiggsWRBUF
11RB6Clyde Edwards-HelaireRBKCWith Bell gone & major OL upgrades, CEH has top-5 potential if he sees more passing-down work and goal-line touches in 2021.
12TE2Darren WallerTELVREither Kelce's ADP is inflated, or Waller is undervalued. I think it's the latter given Waller's immense target share as LVR's top target.
13RB7Aaron JonesRBGBWith Aaron Rodgers returning and Jamaal Williams gone, Jones shouldn't fall out of Round 1, even with the loss of two starting OL from 2020.
14RB8Saquon BarkleyRBNYGACL tears are only concerns for mortals. The ceiling is still sky high for Barkley, but there is a risk of compensatory injuries in his return.
15RB9Jonathan TaylorRBINDWith both Carson Wentz and Quenton Nelson both questionable to start the year, Taylor's ceiling and floor are both considerably lower.
16RB10Najee HarrisRBPIT
17RB11Austin EkelerRBLACEkeler was the no. 11 RB in PPR last year when healthy. LAC made major OL upgrades, and Joe Lombardi's hire gives Ekeler Kamara-esque upside.
18RB12Derrick HenryRBTENOpposing defenses can no longer stack the box, but Brown and Julio's red zone targets offset this. Overall, Julio's arrival doesn't really impact Henry.
19RB13Antonio GibsonRBWAS
20RB14Joe MixonRBCINMixon was the no. 8 RB in PPR last year when healthy from Weeks 1-6. With Bernard gone and OL upgrades, he's a workhorse with elite upside.
21WR5DeAndre HopkinsWRARI
22WR6Keenan AllenWRLAC
23TE3George KittleTESFKittle is a true difference-maker in fantasy. Injury questions drop him into Rd 2, but expect a leap in efficiency with Trey Lance in SF.
24WR7A.J. BrownWRTENThere are no real major concerns about Brown, but Julio's presence in TEN limits Brown's previous no. 1 WR ceiling due to projected target volume.
25WR8D.K. MetcalfWRSEA
26RB15Chris CarsonRBSEACarson is underrated every single year. He missed four games in 2020 but was the no. 12 RB in PPR in PPG. SEA wants to run, and Carson is the guy.
27WR9CeeDee LambWRDALLamb was the no. 11 WR in PPR last year from Weeks 1-5 when Dak Prescott was healthy, and he has WR1 upside again this year.
28WR10Justin JeffersonWRMIN
29WR11Allen RobinsonWRCHI
30WR12Terry McLaurinWRWAS
31WR13Amari CooperWRDALCooper moves down just a few spots due to concerns about not being 100% from ankle inflammation even assuming he starts the season.
32WR14Robert WoodsWRLAR
33WR15Cooper KuppWRLAR
34WR16Chris GodwinWRTB
35WR17Mike EvansWRTB
36WR18Tyler LockettWRSEALockett is a volatile option week to week, but his ceiling remains immensely high if SEA passes more under new OC Shane Waldron.
37TE4Kyle PittsTEATLPitts seems destined to shatter rookie TE records with Julio gone, and it's not crazy considering the lack of WR talent behind Ridley in ATL.
38TE5Mark AndrewsTEBAL
39TE6T.J. HockensonTEDET
40RB16David MontgomeryRBCHI
41RB17James RobinsonRBJAXRobinson won't step into the exact workhorse role he had last year, but he vaults up into the RB2 range with Etienne sidelined for the season.
42QB1Patrick MahomesQBKC
43QB2Kyler MurrayQBARI
44QB3Josh AllenQBBUF
45QB4Tom BradyQBTBReturning all 22 offensive starters, a top-5 OL, and the best receiving corps in the NFL, Brady could have a record-breaking MVP season at age 44.
46RB18Gus EdwardsRBBALEdwards had standalone flex value even with Dobbins there. With Dobbins out for the year, Edwards is a strong RB2 option.
47QB5Lamar JacksonQBBALReturning from his second bout with COVID and losing Bateman for the preseason is enough to drop Jackson a couple of spots.
48QB6Dak PrescottQBDALThe shoulder strain doesn't sound like a long-term issue, but the risk of an aggravation in-season is there, however minute it may be.
49QB7Russell WilsonQBSEA
50WR19Antonio BrownWRTBBrown is an incredible value after a full offseason to build rapport with Brady, and a top-15 WR finish is within his range of outcomes.
51WR20Ja'Marr ChaseWRCINChase may need a few games to get acclimated, but his talent is evident, and CIN projects to pass the ball a ton again in 2021.
52RB19Josh JacobsRBLVR
53RB20Trey SermonRBSFWith Mostert's injury history and Wilson on PUP, Sermon could win the lead job and not look back in this efficient SF run game.
54RB21Miles SandersRBPHI
55WR21Julio JonesWRTENTEN should need to throw more in 2021 than in years past, but Julio was no longer a WR1 regardless of whether he remained in ATL or not.
56WR22Odell BeckhamWRCLE
57WR23Diontae JohnsonWRPITPIT ranked no. 2 in pass rate last year. That should decrease, and Freiermuth could steal some targets as a checkdown option for an aging Roethlisberger.
58WR24D.J. MooreWRCAR
59WR25Adam ThielenWRMIN
60RB22Darrell HendersonRBLARHenderson is still the lead back for now even with Michel in town, but it's no longer certain that his projected workload will be much greater.
61RB23D'Andre SwiftRBDETOn top of workload concerns, Swift's lingering groin injury makes him questionable for Week 1. He's a risk/reward pick at ADP.
62RB24Javonte WilliamsRBDEN
63RB25Kareem HuntRBCLE
64WR26Brandon AiyukWRSFDespite target concerns, Aiyuk has elite upside. Justin Jefferson managed a no. 8 WR finish in 2020 despite MIN being the 6th most run-heavy team.
65WR27Robby AndersonWRCAR
66WR28Tee HigginsWRCIN
67RB26Myles GaskinRBMIAGaskin is the most talented MIA RB, but he could see fewer targets than 2020 with Fuller and Waddle there, and Brown looks to be the GL back.
68WR29DeVonta SmithWRPHI
69WR30Michael GallupWRDALDAL moving their WRs around bodes well for Gallup, who could see more slot work instead of being pigeon-holed into a downfield role like in 2020.
70RB27Chase EdmondsRBARIIt's encouraging that Edmonds is getting all the 3rd down work and some early down snaps as well in the preseason even with Conner there.
71RB28Damien HarrisRBNEIs the Michel trade a vote of confidence for Harris or Stevenson? Or both? Only time will tell. Harris remains a two-down back in a committee.
72WR31Cole BeasleyWRBUFBeasley's tweets are controversial, but he was the clear no. 2 WR in BUF and the PPR WR15 when healthy last year. He's a steal at ADP.
73WR32Mike WilliamsWRLACMaybe it's coach speak, but Joe Lombardi recently lauded Williams as the X and "sees a big role for him" with "nice numbers...on the stat sheet".
74RB29Mike DavisRBATLThere are questions with Davis, but ATL seems committed to him for 2021. He filled in admirably for McCaffrey in 2020 and can be an okay RB2 option.
75WR33Marvin JonesWRJAXWith Chark out, Jones seemed to be Lawrence's preferred target vs. CLE and could finish the year as the top fantasy WR in JAX.
76WR34Tyler BoydWRCIN
77WR35Chase ClaypoolWRPIT
78WR36Michael PittmanWRINDWith T.Y. Hilton out for an unspecified amount of time, Pittman could establish himself as the clear no. 1 WR with plenty of targets.
79WR37Jerry JeudyWRDENBridgewater winning the starting job in DEN helps Jeudy's floor and ceiling, as his route-running ability helps on timing throws and shorter passes.
80WR38Kenny GolladayWRNYGGolladay should see plenty of targets considering his pricey contract, but it remains to be seen how efficient the offense will be with Jones & Garrett.
81RB30Sony MichelRBNEI speculated about a potential fit for Michel with the Rams, and here we are. He becomes a standalone flex with upside depending on the split.
82RB31Raheem MostertRBSF
83RB32Ronald JonesRBTB
84QB8Jalen HurtsQBPHI
85RB33Tony JonesRBNOWith Jones usurping Latavius Murray on the depth chart, he could be a valuable complement and handcuff to Alvin Kamara this year.
86QB9Ryan TannehillQBTENTannehill has been a top-12 fantasy QB in PPG since taking over in TEN. With Brown and Julio at his disposal, a career year and top-5 finish are doable.
87QB10Justin HerbertQBLACConsider me a believer in Herbert with upgrades to the offensive line this offseason and the hiring of Joe Lombardi (see Ekeler, Austin).
88WR39Elijah MooreWRNYJ
89WR40Courtland SuttonWRDEN
90WR41D.J. CharkWRJAXChark is slated to be ready for Week 1 despite the finger fracture, but he's losing valuable camp reps to build rapport with Lawrence.
91WR42JuJu Smith-SchusterWRPIT
92WR43Corey DavisWRNYJ
93WR44Jaylen WaddleWRMIAMIA's balanced offense could limit upside, but do we really expect Will Fuller to stay healthy? Waddle could be a league-winner in the back half of 2021.
94WR45Will Fuller VWRMIAFuller is overvalued given the QB downgrade, a Week 1 suspension, lack of target volume with Waddle there, and of course injury risk.
95WR46Marquez CallawayWRNOCallaway has shown flashes in the preseason and could be a PPR machine while Thomas is out and maintain a strong role even after his return.
96WR47Darnell MooneyWRCHI
97QB11Trey LanceQBSFUncertainty makes Lance a value right now. Garoppolo is on thin ice, and Lance's rushing gives him top-5 QB upside as soon as he starts.
98WR48Laviska ShenaultWRJAXShenault was the slot receiver in 11 personnel vs. CLE, and Lawrence seemed to have far more chemistry with Jones in limited action.
99WR49Deebo SamuelWRSF
100RB34Michael CarterRBNYJTevin Coleman and Ty Johnson have seen enough preseason work to indicate that the Jets' backfield could be a very messy committee.
101QB12Aaron RodgersQBGBRodgers's incredible 9.1 TDs per throw last year was a career high. With TD regression incoming, he's a fine QB1 but not elite even back in GB.
102QB13Joe BurrowQBCIN
103QB14Matthew StaffordQBLAR
104RB35James ConnerRBARIThere are injury concerns with Conner, but Drake was the no. 14 RB last year in this role. With injury risk baked into ADP, Conner is worth a shot.
105RB36A.J. DillonRBGB
106RB37Melvin GordonRBDEN
107WR50Brandin CooksWRHOU
108WR51Rondale MooreWRARIMoore's preseason usage in the slot and manufactured touches is encouraging for him to emerge as the no. 2 WR in ARI.
109RB38Zack MossRBBUF
110RB39Tony PollardRBDAL
111QB15Trevor LawrenceQBJAX
112WR52Terrace MarshallWRCARMarshall saw usage in 2-WR sets and was the slot receiver in 3-WR sets vs. IND. He'll contribute immediately and could lead CAR's WRs in TDs.
113WR53Michael ThomasWRNOIt's anyone's guess why Thomas waited until June to have ankle surgery, but he's now a risk/reward upside pick for the second half of the year.
114RB40Alexander MattisonRBMIN
115QB16Matt RyanQBATLRyan is still a fine QB2 option and might even see a top-12 finish even without Julio, but that loss of course limits Ryan's fantasy ceiling.
116WR54Mecole HardmanWRKCKC did little to address Watkins leaving, and Mahomes will have more time to throw deep with OL upgrades. Hardman is a boom/bust flex option.
117TE7Dallas GoedertTEPHI
118TE8Noah FantTEDEN
119WR55Rashod BatemanWRBALBateman should return early in the year despite the groin injury, but stunted development and overall target volume remain concerns.
120RB41Giovani BernardRBTBYes, the TB backfield will be a messy committee, but there's plenty of fantasy relevance for the "James White" receiving role with Tom Brady.
121TE9Tyler HigbeeTELAR
122TE10Jonnu SmithTENE
123TE11Logan ThomasTEWASThe beneficiary of incredible target volume in 2020, CAR has since added Curtis Samuel and Dyami Brown, who will cut into Thomas's target volume.
124TE12Robert TonyanTEGBSee Rodgers, Aaron. Tonyan had 11 TDs on just 52 catches in 2020, and Amari Rodgers in the slot could eat into target share as well.
125WR56Parris CampbellWRINDHilton's injury opens up immediate opportunity for Campbell. If he can stay healthy, he's a worthwhile flex option early in the year.
126WR57Jakobi MeyersWRNE
127RB42David JohnsonRBHOU
128RB43Rhamondre StevensonRBNEWith Michel now gone, Stevenson has an opportunity to step into a timeshare behind a top-10 OL and potentially the GL role.
129WR58Emmanuel SandersWRBUF
130WR59Russell GageWRATLGage will see more targets with Julio gone, but his production last year came without Kyle Pitts on the field. Gage remains an uninspiring option.
131WR60Jarvis LandryWRCLE
132WR61Curtis SamuelWRWAS
133RB44Leonard FournetteRBTB
134TE13Gerald EverettTESEA
135TE14Hunter HenryTENE
136TE15Rob GronkowskiTETB
137QB17Justin FieldsQBCHI
138WR62Sterling ShepardWRNYG
139RB45Kenyan DrakeRBLVR
140RB46Justin JacksonRBLACReports from camp are that Jackson is the clear no. 2 behind Ekeler running behind a much-improved LAC OL after offseason upgrades.
141RB47Carlos HydeRBJAXWith Etienne out, for the year, Hyde figures to step into a complementary role alongside Robinson and perhaps see some GL touches.
142WR63Marquise BrownWRBAL
143QB18Baker MayfieldQBCLE
144QB19Tua TagovailoaQBMIA
145QB20Sam DarnoldQBCARDarnold is moving from Adam Gase to Joe Brady, who helped Joe Burrow win a Heisman. His new WRs and McCaffrey are also a big upgrade.
146QB21Jameis WinstonQBNO
147QB22Kirk CousinsQBMIN
148TE16Tyler ConklinTEMINConklin saw similar snaps and targets as Irv late in 2020 when Rudolph was out and could see more red-zone targets with Irv now out for 2021.
149TE17Blake JarwinTEDAL
150TE18Anthony FirkserTETEN
151QB23Zach WilsonQBNYJ
152RB48Nyheim HinesRBIND
153RB49Ty'Son WilliamsRBBALWith Dobbins out for the season and Justice Hill working back from an ankle injury, Williams has an opportunity to be the 1B.
154RB50Jamaal WilliamsRBDET
155RB51James WhiteRBNE
156RB52Devin SingletaryRBBUF
157WR64Tre'Quan SmithWRNO
158WR65Jalen ReagorWRPHI
159WR66Henry RuggsWRLVR
160WR67A.J. GreenWRARI
161WR68Nelson AgholorWRNE
162WR69Randall CobbWRGBWith Cobb back in GB, he's worth a flier late as a potential flex. Tonyan takes a hit, and Lazard and MVS don't need to be drafted.
163TE19Mike GesickiTEMIA
164TE20Evan EngramTENYG
165TE21Zach ErtzTEPHIErtz is a likely trade candidate, and whichever team trades for him has a role in mind. BUF or IND in particular would be ideal spots for fantasy.
166QB24Derek CarrQBLVR
167QB25Ben RoethlisbergerQBPIT
168QB26Mac JonesQBNE
169RB53Darrel WilliamsRBKCDon't forget about Darrel Williams. Damien Williams was cut, making Darrel Williams a high-value handcuff for CEH.
170RB54Kenneth GainwellRBPHI
171WR70Van JeffersonWRLAR
172WR71Gabriel DavisWRBUFIt sounds like Davis is currently the no. 4 WR in BUF behind Diggs, Beasley, and Sanders. He'll need an injury to see significant snaps.
173QB27Carson WentzQBIND
174QB28Ryan FitzpatrickQBWAS
175TE22Jared CookTELAC
176TE23Adam TrautmanTENOTrautman is questionable to start the year depending on the severity of his foot injury, and even then his role as a receiver is in question.
177WR72Amon-Ra St. BrownWRDET
178WR73Bryan EdwardsWRLVR
179RB55Elijah MitchellRBSFMostert has had a litany of injury issues. Sermon stands to benefit, but Mitchell would likely take over some of Mostert's role if he were to miss time.
180RB56Jaret PattersonRBWAS
181RB57Phillip LindsayRBHOU
182QB29Daniel JonesQBNYG
183QB30Teddy BridgewaterQBDEN
184RB58Tevin ColemanRBNYJ
185RB59Chuba HubbardRBCAR
186WR74Christian KirkWRARI
187RB60Malcolm BrownRBMIABrown seems to be a co-starter alongside Gaskin, though MIA's porous OL limits Brown's fantasy ceiling even in a complementary GL role.
188TE24Austin HooperTECLE
189TE25Cole KmetTECHI
190TE26Mo Alie-CoxTEINDZach Ertz could still end up in IND, but for now, Alie-Cox is a starter. With Wentz's affinity for targeting TEs, Alie-Cox has top-10 TE upside.
191WR75Donovan Peoples-JonesWRCLEMayfield ranked 6th in deep ball completion rate last year and has a top-5 OL. Peoples-Jones is a boom or bust WR with high weekly upside.
192RB61Rashaad PennyRBSEA
193QB31Jared GoffQBDET
194RB62Ty JohnsonRBNYJ
195WR76Jamison CrowderWRNYJ
196WR77DeVante ParkerWRMIA
197RB63J.D. McKissicRBWAS
198RB64Damien WilliamsRBCHI
199WR78Tyrell WilliamsWRDET
200QB32Deshaun WatsonQBHOUEven with no clarity on Watson's situation, the potential reward outweighs the risk if he's the last pick of your draft in deeper bench formats.

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  1. Rich says

    Hello Meng,

    Appreciate your PPR football rankings on Fantrax HQ! I’m curious to know why you have Najee Harris so low? I’m really considering using your rankings for my high stakes PPR draft because they don’t fall in line with the typical rankings I see on other websites. I’ll probably have more questions to ask you about your rationale on other players after I’ve had time to analyze things further in depth.

    Is it possible for you to provide a more condensed printable version of your rankings in the future?

    Appreciate your response back to me!


    1. Meng Song says

      Appreciate the feedback Rich! I don’t know that I’m low on Harris more so than I’m high on some of the 2020 RBs ahead of him. In general, I think RB is deeper this year than in recent history. It certainly wouldn’t shock me if he finished as a top-10 RB considering his projected workload in PIT, but I’d rather bet on Taylor, CEH, and Akers being more efficient with their touches in better offenses and running behind better OLs.

      You can copy and paste the rankings into Excel and then delete the comments column if you’d like. That should make it more condensed for printing out.

      1. Rich says

        Thank you so much for your response Meng!

        You don’t have any concerns D. Williams and D. Henderson won’t take any substantial work (touches) or GL work from their respective starters? Harris is locked and loaded as the clear 3-down starter as you’ve stated with his projected massive workload. Don’t get me wrong I understand where you’re coming from better OLs within better offenses with CEH and Akers. Based on your comments, CEH’s ADP of 3.04 on Fantasy Football Calculator is a steal right now. I suspect his ADP will rise before the start of the season though. It seems Harris ADP of 6.08 hasn’t been updated correctly yet being a rookie.

        Thanks for the suggestion of using Excel to print out your rankings. How many rankings updates do you plan to show on here by the end of August? That’s when my high stakes PPR league draft will take place and I want to be so ready and pumped for it!

        I’m willing to go all in with your rankings to win that Championship!!! Speaking of which, do you provide any regular season commentary during the regular season to help out your fan followers?



        1. Meng Song says

          I do have some concerns, but a workhorse role is still within their range of outcomes. I’d have no issue with anyone taking Harris over them though, as they’re all in that same upside tier.

          I’ll be updating the rankings regularly throughout training camp and preseason. You can find all my stuff on Fantrax and on Twitter.

          1. Richard says

            Appreciate it much!

            Look forward to seeing your updates.

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