The NFL Draft has finally come to an end, team rosters are starting to take shape, and football season is right around the corner.
You know what that means: It’s time to start thinking about NFL prop bets!
That’s right, many top sportsbooks like MyStake have already released odds on various props for the upcoming NFL season — and if you take action now, you can get some incredible prices that won’t be available once September rolls around.
Below, we’ve covered some of our favorite bets for next season, including props for the Super Bowl, Rookie of the Year, and more. Not only that, but we’ve pored through the week 1 NFL props to find some hidden gems that you should pounce on before it’s too late.
If you want to get a headstart on the betting public, read on.
Top Player Prop Bets For Week 1 of the NFL Season
There are countless player props that will be available the closer we get to kickoff, but for now here are some available lines that are worth considering when you hit the books for the first weekend of football.
DJ Moore vs Green Bay Packers: 45.5 Receiving Yards
Analysis: DJ Moore was a part of the Carolina blockbuster trade to move up to the first pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, and the Bears were more than excited to get a dependable top receiver in their offense to help provide an additional weapon for QB Justin Fields.
At the 45.5 yard prop set on him, Moore surpassed this number six out of the seven times he was targeted seven or more times in 2022. With the Bears looking to get him involved in opening up the offense, they’ll likely get him that many chances in his Bears debut.
Matching up against a tough Green Bay secondary with CBs Jaire Alexander and Eric Stokes, he’ll have his work cut out for him though. Will he produce enough to hit the over?
Our Pick: Over 45.5 Receiving Yards
DJ Moore has shown that he’s a very good receiver countless times in his career, and the Bears will prioritize getting him involved to start his career in Chicago. Expect them to feed him, and for that to result in production.
Drake London vs Carolina Panthers: 47.5 Receiving Yards
Analysis: The Atlanta Falcons selected WR Drake London with the eighth overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft and he started his career out well with 72 receptions, 866 yards, and 4 touchdowns. Now entering his sophomore season, the 6-4 receiver will look to make a jump to becoming an established top weapon for the Falcons offense.
His first test will come against the Carolina Panthers where London will face off against a young star at the CB spot in Jaycee Horn. However, there is plenty of reason to have faith in London to achieve his 47.5 receiving yard line set by the books.
With young QB Desmond Ridder starting for the Falcons, Drake London hit the over mark on this total in three out of four contests last season. Added in the expected development he should have from his rookie season, London could be a good betting option for this week.
Our Pick: Over 47.5 Receiving Yards
London came on strong to finish the year last season, and with the expected improvements to the offense, he could be in for a nice production jump. Carolina has a strong defense, but over 47.5 is certainly attainable for London.
Travis Kelce vs Detroit Lions: 0.5 Receiving TDs
Analysis: Travis Kelce was far and away one of the best players in the NFL last season, and he played a pivotal role in the Chiefs on their path to winning the Super Bowl. Now, Kansas City opens the season against the Detroit Lions and things should continue rolling for Kelce and the rest of the offense.
The Chiefs were led by Kelce in the receiving game last season as the tight end produced 110 receptions and 12 touchdowns, however they will look to have the offense step up again as WR Juju Smith-Schuster departed to New England leaving 78 receptions on the table.
For Kelce, if he takes on a chunk of those catches, he could add to his already impressive touchdown total. In the season opener, the books have his receiving touchdown line at 0.5, so the question is… Will he score?
Our Pick: Over 0.5 Receiving Touchdowns
Mahomes threw 41 touchdowns last season which averages to just under 2.5 per game. With Detroit’s lackluster passing defense that leaves plenty of opportunity for Kelce to capitalize over the middle. Expect him to add on a touchdown early in this one, with a chance to even add a second.
Justin Jefferson vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 91.5 Receiving Yards
Analysis: Justin Jefferson put together an incredible 2022 season recording 128 receptions, 1809 yards, and 8 touchdowns. Now he looks to keep it rolling in 2023 with hopes of somehow improving on his already spectacular numbers.
For his season opener, Jefferson will face off against a Tampa Bay defense that has some very strong pieces in the secondary that will work against him in pieces like Carlton Davis, Jamel Dean, and Antoine Winfield Jr. However, Jefferson has consistently produced against tough secondaries before, can he outperform the 91.5 yard mark that the sportsbooks have set on him?
In this past season, Jefferson was able to consistently surpass this total, as he was 11/17 last year. With WR2 Adam Thielen gone, Jefferson will likely be relied on heavily while the other weapons get acclimated in this offense, so will it be enough?
Our Pick: Over 91.5 Receiving Yards
Jefferson is the identity of this offense, and while every defense in the NFL knows that, it doesn’t mean they’ll succeed in stopping him. Expect the Vikings to get him the ball often in this one and as a result, he gets over the 91.5 yard mark.
Lamar Jackson vs Houston Texas: 55.5 Rushing Yards
Analysis: Lamar Jackson enters the 2023 season with plenty of hype surrounding him with the added weapons in WRs Odell Beckham Jr and rookie Zay Flowers. However, these changes won’t change how the Ravens plan to win… behind their rushing attack,
The current line set on Jackson’s rushing production is 55.5 yards, a number he hit on in 8 of his 11 contests in 2022. While the team may look to take the ball out of his hands a bit in order to preserve his season-long health, it’s likely he still gets going with his legs.
The Texans will have a new defensive identity led by new Head Coach Demeco Ryans though, so could they potentially bottle up Jackson in this contest to keep him under this total?
Our Pick: Over 55.5 Rushing Yards
The Ravens are 9.5 point favorites in this contest for a reason, and their offensive success and identity will be centered around a successful rushing attack. While the offensive play calling has changed, Lamar brings the most value when he works as a dual threat. So expect him to produce on the ground in this game and beat out the 55.5 rushing yard mark.
Austin Ekeler vs Miami Dolphins: 49.5 Rushing Yards
Analysis: Austin Ekeler is a consensus top back, so when you see a rushing total under 50 yards it’s sure to raise your eyebrow as to the reason for it. However, Ekeler is a back that largely offers value in his versatility as last season, only 915 yards came on the ground of his 1,637 total yardage from last season.
In terms of this rushing total, Ekeler only surpassed 49 rushing yards six times last season across his 17 games played. So will he have one of the exception games in the season opener against Miami? Or could new Offensive Coordinator Kellen Moore look to get him more involved on the ground this season? There is plenty to consider in both directions for this line, which makes it a tricky choice to make.
Our Pick: Under 49.5 Rushing Yards
Ekeler is a phenomenal back, but expect the Chargers to largely get him involved in the passing game for his yardage total instead of using him on the ground. Therefore, expect him to fall under the 49.5 rushing yard mark.
Jaylen Waddle vs Los Angeles Chargers: 67.5 Receiving Yards
Analysis: Waddle started the season on fire in 2022 operating opposite of Tyreek Hill is one of the deadliest receiver rooms in the NFL. Things did happen to stall at times last year when QB Tua Tagovailoa was dealing with concussion injuries. However, he still was able to total 75 receptions, 1,356 yards, and 8 touchdowns with hopes to continue progressing in his third season.
The season starts against the Chargers in what should be a high-powered offensive affair where his line is currently sitting at 67.5 receiving yards. While the Chargers have some talented secondary pieces, is it strong enough to contain the Hill-Waddle duo?
However, when working with Tagovailoa in 2022, Waddle was a huge threat. In the 12 full games they got to work together, Waddle surpassed the 67.5 receiving yard mark nine times. With Tagovailoa healthy and ready to go, Waddle should be in for another big game to kick off the season against the Chargers.
Our Pick: Over 67.5 Receiving Yards
Waddle continues to look better each season, and that should continue into 2023. The Chargers will be tough, but Waddle should be able to get over the 67.5 yard prop currently placed on him.
Isiah Pacheco vs Detroit Lions: 57.5 Rushing Yards
Analysis: Pacheco worked his way into the starting running back role about halfway through the season, but played a key piece in the offense on their run to winning Super Bowl LVII. Now he looks to hold down the RB1 role for the entire season and help the Chiefs repeat as champs.
Currently, the line for Pacheco against the Lions is set at 57.5 rushing yards. In the seven games he was given 10+ carries, he was able to surpass that number in each game. Assuming he holds the lead rushing role in the backfield, 10 carries should be easy to attain in the season opener.
However, the Lions could make this a game that largely goes through the air, and Jerick McKinnon started to take more and more snaps during the postseason. Could that carry over into this year resulting in Pacheco taking more of a rotational role in the backfield?
Our Pick: Over 57.5 Rushing Yards
Pacheco likely splits the backfield snaps with McKinnon, but he likely gets a bulk of the carries against a young Lions run defense. Assuming they give him enough touches, he should be able to work himself past the 57.5 yard mark.
Joe Burrow vs Cleveland Browns: 265.5 Passing Yards
Analysis: The Bengals roll into the 2023 season with Super Bowl aspirations and that largely rests on the shoulders of star QB Joe Burrow. The path starts in Week 1 against the Cleveland Browns though, and there are already questions about Burrow’s health after a strained calf injury he sustained in practice.
The current line set on Burrow’s first week for passing is 265.5 yards against a very impressive Browns defense that has added to their front seven to help fill out one of the more impressive defensive units across the league.
Last season, Burrow went over the 265.5 mark in 9 of his 16 games, but he was under 240 passing yards in both games against Cleveland last season. However, any offense with weapons as great as Ja’Marr Chase and Tee Higgins could explode in any game. So this will be a tight one.
Our Pick: Under 265.5 Passing Yards
The Bengals have too many early season red flags as is, with the injury potentially nagging Burrow, and the defensive talent the Browns have… there are just too many things adding up against Burrow’s chances. Expect him to go under the 265.5 yard mark in this one.
Dak Prescott vs New York Giants: 252.5 Passing Yards
Analysis: The Cowboys open the season against their division rival New York Giants to open the season, and Dak Prescott will be the key centerpiece of how this Cowboys team operates. Last season, Prescott dealt with injuries but also had a turnover bug that deterred from his usual production. Can he get back on track in 2023?
The books have his expected passing total sitting at 252.5 for Week 1. With the addition of Brandin Cooks in the wide receiver room, and Mike McCarthy operating as the play caller for the offense, there is a chance at improvements from last season’s issues.
However, even with the concerns of 2022, Prescott still outperformed 252.5 passing yards in four of the final five weeks of the regular season. So assuming he’s gotten back on track, and added another solid weapon, he could be in for a strong season. That starts with a good Week 1 performance against the Giants.
Our Pick: Over 252.5 Passing Yards
With the current backfield in order, the Cowboys likely will look to not overuse Tony Pollard. So expect them to lean heavily on Prescott’s arm and with all the weapons surrounding him, it should result in Dak passing the 252.5 yard prop.
NFL Player Props Odds & Lines (2023/24 NFL Season)
A lot can change between now and that first Thursday Night Football game in September, but the picks below represent the best bets our experts could find for the upcoming season.
Remember that a key injury can change a team’s fortunes in a heartbeat, so some of these bets could turn bad in an instant.
That uncertainty is baked into the price, though, and you won’t find odds this good once the season starts, so we’d advise you to take advantage of them now.
Super Bowl LVIII: To Win Outright
- Kansas City Chiefs (+550)
- Buffalo Bills (+800)
- San Francisco 49ers (+800)
- Philadelphia Eagles (+800)
- Cincinnati Bengals (+900)
The reigning champion Kansas City Chiefs are the obvious favorites, as they bring back a lot of the same pieces from last season, including star quarterback Patrick Mahomes II and tight end Travis Kelce.
Those players should star on offense, but the defense continues to add talent and experience as well, including defensive ends Charles Omenihu and rookie Felix Anudike-Uzomah.
However, the Cincinnati Bengals seem like great value at +900. They are a team that has largely been building toward this moment and were set back by offensive line injuries last year.
They now enter the season healthy, with former Chief Orlando Brown, Jr., added at offensive tackle and rookie defensive end Myles Murphy tacked onto their defensive depth.
While they won’t have it easy with a tough AFC slate, they have a lot of promise and returning talent, and that could result in them ending the season as Super Bowl champions.
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The Baltimore Ravens offer an intriguing line at +2200. With the additions of Zay Flowers and Odell Beckham, Jr., to their WR room and the hiring of Todd Monken as offensive coordinator, the Ravens should be able to get things going more effectively on offense.
They have plenty of strong pieces throughout the roster and a coach in John Harbaugh with plenty of playoff success. If quarterback Lamar Jackson can stay healthy, there is reason to believe this Ravens team could be one of the best in the NFL, and a revitalized offense could be all that’s needed to push it over the hump.
The Seattle Seahawks took a major step in the right direction last season, even making the playoffs, and yet still are sitting at +6600 odds with teams like the Los Angeles Rams and Washington Commanders.
The Seahawks have a juggernaut offensive cast with running back Kenneth Walker and receivers DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett; now they add rookie wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba and all-purpose back Zach Charbonnet to the mix?
While the Seahawks fell flat in the playoffs, the Philadelphia Eagles had a similar year prior to their Super Bowl run this season. Quarterback Geno Smith is clearly motivated, and the Seahawks have a great coaching staff. At +6600, they’re certainly worth a gamble.
NFL Player Props 2023-24: NFL MVP Odds
The top two options here are probably the safest bet, but since voters tend to get fatigued by the best player, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow may well be the best option here.
Last season, the Bengals started out cold, resulting in some questions about whether their Super Bowl team was a fluke. It took time, but things started to pick up again in Cincinnati as they found their rhythm, and Burrow started flying up the MVP ranks.
This year, under the assumption that they don’t take as long to get going, the Bengals could build up a lot more consistent offensive success over the course of the season. That could result in Burrow leading the league in some of the major passing categories and potentially hoisting the MVP award at the end of the season as a result.
With +700 odds currently being offered, getting in on that bet now would be quite the payday if he takes the award home for the first time in his career.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts was arguably the frontrunner for last year’s MVP award before he got injured, and yet here he sits at +1600 odds.
Hurts offers an exciting ability to produce both through the air and on the ground and is surrounded by plenty of talent in weapons like receivers DeVonta Smith and AJ Brown, as well as tight end Dallas Goedert.
The growth he has showcased from year to year has been phenomenal, and despite losing his offensive coordinator, there is no reason to believe Hurts will regress at all in the upcoming season.
If you’re looking for a juicy pick in the current MVP odds, Jalen Hurts is a great value — one that likely won’t last long once the season begins.
The Chicago Bears finally let quarterback Justin Fields use his legs toward the end of last season — and they looked a lot better for it.
Now with added protection on the offensive line, including first-round tackle Darnell Wright, and a new star receiver in DJ Moore, this could be the season we see Fields transcend to the next level of quarterbacks in the NFL.
The Bears could be in one of the easier divisions in football, what with the Packers moving on from Aaron Rodgers and the Minnesota Vikings losing so many pieces from last year’s team.
If the Bears play well enough to win the NFC North, and Fields is the face of the franchise, that could result in him being rewarded with the MVP. Not bad for a player with +2800 odds.
NFL Player Props 2023-24: NFL Offensive Player Of The Year
- Justin Jefferson (+900)
- Ja’Marr Chase (+900)
- Christian McCaffrey (+900)
- Austin Ekeler (+1400)
- Tyreek Hill (+1400)
This season will no doubt have plenty of fireworks, and San Francisco 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey looks like the best bet to produce them.
McCaffrey arrived mid-season to the team and immediately found a way to contribute at a high level in the offense. Adding him in after a full off-season of game planning will likely lead to a ton of touches for McCaffrey, and if he stays healthy, he should put up big numbers.
At +900, he offers great value for those looking to cash in on his dynamic skill set.
Cooper Kupp was arguably the most productive receiver in the NFL last season before going down with an injury, as he was on pace for over 135 catches and 1,500 receiving yards when he was sidelined by a high ankle sprain that required surgery.
Now that he’s fully healthy again, +1800 odds to win Offensive Player of the Year seems like tremendous value for a game-changing wideout who is no doubt going to be the focal point of his offense.
Back in his hometown of Philadelphia — and in an offense that is dominant at running the football — former Detroit Lions running back D’Andre Swift offers incredibly enticing odds at +10000.
Swift is a very dangerous big-play threat with the football in his hands but can, at times, be a bit too patient looking for the highlight-reel carry, which leads to him sacrificing yardage.
If the Eagles can either iron that out or give him the time and volume to turn that into production, Swift should be able to turn in a huge year as part of a very high-powered offense.
Swift is +10000 for a reason, as he’s sharing the spotlight with potential MVP Jalen Hurts and still has Rashaad Penny and Kenneth Gainwell splitting carries in the backfield, but expect him to earn the lead role and put up big numbers if given the opportunity.
NFL Player Props 2023-24: Defensive Player Of The Year
Dallas Cowboys pass rusher Micah Parsons recently revealed he will be adding weight to play full-time off the edge this season. Given what he was able to do as an all-around player, pinning his ears back and rushing the quarterback full-time could result in some monster production.
It’s hard to imagine he wouldn’t best last year’s sack total of 13.5 with more opportunities as a rusher, and doing so likely means he’s a great value here at +700.
When you get the chance to bet on the best player in football to win an award at +2000, you take it, and you don’t question it.
For Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald, that’s exactly what is going on here. While the Rams have many questions for the surrounding roster, Aaron Donald is still a superstar, and, if healthy, should put up big-time production.
Many great defensive talents needed time before they worked their way into the upper echelon of players in the NFL, and that’s why New York Giants edge rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux is very intriguing at +5000.
As last season came to a close, Thibodeaux started to make it click more and more off the edge, and assuming he continues to build off of that, he will be in a great position to dominate during the upcoming season.
For similar reasons, players like Detroit Lions edge rusher Aidan Hutchinson at +3300 and Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Travon Walker at +6000 could be worth the risk as well.
NFL Player Props 2023-24: Offensive Rookie Of The Year
- Bijan Robinson (+300)
- Bryce Young (+450)
- Anthony Richardson (+600)
- CJ Stroud (+700)
- Jaxon Smith-Njigba (+700)
There is a lot of quarterback bias when it comes to the Rookie of the Year award, and someone as pro-ready as Carolina Panthers signal-caller Bryce Young could wow voters throughout the season. While he doesn’t offer a great price at +450, he also seems like the safest bet on this board.
Atlanta Falcons running back Bijan Robinson will no doubt put up impressive numbers, but if Young can look the part as the number one pick, voters will likely favor him by the end of the season.
Sitting just outside the top five is Detroit Lions running back Jahmyr Gibbs at +800 odds. The Lions shocked the world by selecting Gibbs 12th overall, but they wouldn’t have made that selection unless they had a clear plan for him.
The volume and usage will no doubt be there, and Gibbs has the highlight ability to be a star on a team many are picking to make the playoffs. There is nice value here on a +800 gamble.
Last season, running back Kyren Williams positioned himself to take the LA Rams lead role before going down with an injury.
This time around, don’t be surprised if battery mate Zach Evans finds himself in that position.
At +8000 odds, Evans has the explosiveness and playmaking ability to be special, and coach Sean McVay has the offensive genius to make it happen.
Williams and Cam Akers could hold Evans off, but putting a wager down at +8000 odds could result in a big payday for those willing to take the risk.
NFL Player Props 2023-24: Defensive Rookie Of The Year
- Will Anderson (+325)
- Jalen Carter (+650)
- Tyree Wilson (+700)
- Devon Witherspoon (+800)
- Christian Gonzalez (+1000)
The books got it absolutely right with these odds, and there’s no need to stray away from the favorite.
Houston Texans defensive end Will Anderson should play a key piece in coach Demeco Ryans’ new defensive identity and should be able to produce at a high rate because of it.
While +325 may not be the most enticing odds for a preseason bet, it’s still a good return on someone that should no doubt contend for the award.
When the NY Jets drafted defensive end Will McDonald IV, coach Greg Saleh told him they’d get him in the right position to produce.
McDonald had 34 sacks at Iowa State — in the wrong role. That’s absurd, so he could explode while playing further out on the edge in a better scheme. At +1800, with a great defensive mind on the sidelines and a solid supporting cast, McDonald could be a great bet with very good odds for a top-15 selection.
The Baltimore Ravens’ scheme is very friendly to linebackers, and rookie Trenton Simpson has +2200 odds despite being one of the best prospects in this class. Expect him to find success early and often in Baltimore.
While he’ll have to compete with Patrick Queen for playing time next to Roquan Smith, Simpson has the tools to start and succeed early in the NFL, and his stats should reflect that.
NFL Player Props 2023-24: Coach Of The Year
While Detroit Lions head man Dan Campbell sits atop the odds for Coach of the Year, the best bet would be to go with his division rival Matt Eberflus in Chicago for the position.
After finishing the 2022 season with the worst record in the NFL, the Bears go on to add a ton of talent in free agency and trades while also adding nice pieces through the NFL draft.
The Bears aren’t perfect, but in a lackluster division, don’t be surprised if they win the NFC North on the back of Justin Fields, and as a result, Eberflus would receive plenty of praise.
The Lions have heavy expectations to win — never a good thing in Detroit —but if the Bears were to get a year ahead on their perceived rebuild, Eberflus could be rewarded as a result.
The Indianapolis Colts added a ton of talent through the draft, including Florida quarterback Anthony Richardson. Many expect him to need time to develop and thus, the Colts to punt on this season.
However, new head coach Shane Steichen, who currently sits at +2200, has been one of the more successful QB developers in the league recently.
On the back of star tailback Jonathan Taylor, with an ahead-of-schedule Richardson, the Colts could compete for the division title. If that’s the case, Steichen would receive monstrous praise for his work.
The Atlanta Falcons have been rebuilding for some time now, and head coach Arthur Smith seems to have added a star in Bijan Robinson to help his offense take the next step.
The Falcons may well be underestimated, and they play in one of the weaker divisions in football. If you’re looking for a good longshot bet, Arthur Smith at +2500 is your guy.
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Guide to Betting on NFL Player Props
When Does The NFL Season Begin?
The regular season kicks off on September 7th, and the reigning champion Kansas City Chiefs will likely be hosting a team to start off the year. The game will be on the national Thursday Night Football broadcast.
What Are NFL Player Props?
Player props are performance-based bets offered by sportsbooks for fans to bet on things such as stats, awards, and much more over the course of the NFL season. They are also offered in other sports too, to allow people to bet on individual results apart from the game result.
Why Bet On NFL Player Props?
While games can be unpredictable, there is a bit of stability in player props that intrigue bettors for every game. Sometimes a player can consistently perform well while their team struggles to win the game. Player props allow you to bet on one person rather than the entire team, which appeals to many.
What is the Best Strategy For Picking The Best NFL Player Props?
The best way to approach player props is to try to find who is consistently surpassing their lines. If a player has routinely done well to surpass the number set out by sportsbooks, and there aren’t any large exceptions as to why they’d not continue to do so, there is very good reason to bet on that line.
For season-long player props, trying to find good value using sound logic is the best approach.
Is There A Way To Get Different Numbers On Player Props?
There is a way to get different prop numbers for bets, this would be called an alternative line. You can generally find increased odds for a higher yardage number, or lesser odds for a smaller yardage number. Using this can be an effective way to either get more security on your bets, or potentially make more money on returns.
Is Betting On Player Props Safe?
Betting on player props is safe, as it is largely offered across all sportsbooks which presents a good sense of security to ensure that when you bet on these trusted brands you are doing so safely. It is important that you bet responsibly though, as all betting carries risk from a financial aspect. Be sure to do plenty of research and preparation beforehand to give yourself the best chance.
Will There Be Any Major Surprises This NFL Season?
The NFL is one of the more stagnant sports in terms of top dogs, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of teams and players that could break out and establish themselves this year.
If you’re looking for the teams most likely to surprise, we’d suggest looking at some starting rookie quarterbacks. The Texans, Colts, and Panthers could all stage dramatic turnarounds if their first-year signal callers hit the scene in a major way.
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Time To Place Your NFL Player Prop Bets!
With there being so much time between now and the Super Bowl, there may not be a better time to get in on the action – so what are you waiting for?
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While the season hasn’t started yet, it’s still an incredible time to take advantage of the current odds and potentially hit on those bets for some big-time returns. We will, at least, at MyStake.
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