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2012-10-14 10:05:29 AM
So who's beating the Browns today? I need my weekly dose of disappointment....
 
2012-10-14 10:37:50 AM
I like the headline.

I'll be at the Cardinals / Bills game. To all of you Cardinals fans going: we know we suck. Don't be dicks about it. Your team is the Arizona Cardinals.
 
2012-10-14 11:00:35 AM
Some tough matchups this week to test my 48-28 season mark, but that doesn't scare me. Few things do scare me, truth be told...I mean, snakes do. That's not a big deal though, because lots of people are scared of snakes. Indiana Jones was afraid of snakes, and he's pretty much the manliest man who ever graced the Earth with his footsteps. Okay, and spiders kinda creep me out, too. Snakes and spiders are pretty much it, though. Snakes, spiders and rabid dogs. Well, rabid anything, truth be told. Oh, and heights. You know what, it's not important...here's the picks (winners in bold):

Oakland Raiders at Atlanta Falcons:
It just doesn't seem fair that Atlanta gets to go for 6-0 against the 1-3 Raiders. Even coming off of a bye week, it's difficult to picture Carson Palmer & whatever collection of receivers they piece together this time keeping up with the carnage Matt Ryan & Co. will inflict upon the Oakland tertiary (still not fit to be called a "secondary"). The Falcons have struggled against the run this season (27th) which may allow the Silver & Black to keep it close for a while, but eventually their own (lack of) defense will do them in.

Dallas Cowboys at Baltimore Ravens:
The Cowboys have struggled to score points all year, while the Ravens' offense has had their own difficulties since the week 3 victory over New England. Dallas coming off a bye will no doubt play into their favor, but even if I wasn't a Baltimore fan it's difficult to ignore 13 straight wins at home (14 if you count the playoffs). I think this one will be close throughout, but the Ravens escape with the win.

Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns:
All semi-good natured mockery aside, this Browns squad is one of the better 0-5 teams I've seen in a while, and the Bengals only managed a 7-point win during their first meeting in Cincinnati. The stats don't really back this one up, but I've got a hunch here, and when have my hunches ever steered me wrong? Okay, pretty much every time I've followed them in football picks or relationships, but I've got a hunch this time is different. Again.

St. Louis Rams at Miami Dolphins:
Both teams are coming off impressive victories anchored by dominant defensive performances, but the Rams just have a bit more talent on both sides of the ball (I can't believe I actually typed that). I can absolutely see this one staying close as well, but I think St. Louis holds on for a 4-point victory. Interesting side note: the Rams have allowed only 2 passing touchdowns this season (tied with Baltimore for least in the league), while Miami has thrown only 2 TD passes.

Indianapolis Colts at New York Jets:
Will this be the week we see Timmysprinkles take the majority of snaps under center? Probably not...the Colts have allowed opposing quarterbacks a 102.8 rating so far, and keep in mind that they've already faced Blaine Gabbert and Christian Ponder. The Jets showed some signs of life in their loss to Houston, and say what you want about Rex Ryan but even he knows enough to double-cover Reggie Wayne on every play.

Detroit Lions at Philadelphia Eagles:
I don't believe in the Eagles any more than I believe in the beautiful hooker with a heart of gold, but Detroit has just looked terrible this season (and the Lions haven't looked any better). Also of note is the fact that Detroit boasts the only secondary in the league without an interception so far (Oakland doesn't have one either, but we've already covered that), which takes away one of Michael Vick's favorite self-destruct sequences. Philly wins another low-scoring affair here.

Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
You know you've hit rock bottom when your fan base is screaming at you to put a former Browns quarterback under center. While it's hard to picture Brady Quinn playing any worse than Matt Cassel has of late, it's similarly difficult to envision anything good happening for the Chiefs when they travel to face a 1-3 squad that hasn't lost a game yet by more than 7 and happens to be coming off their bye week.

Buffalo Bills at Arizona Cardinals:
This is actually an interesting matchup, in that Buffalo hasn't shown any ability to stop opposing teams from scoring while Arizona hasn't shown much ability to score. Assuming that this doesn't produce a universe-shattering result similar to dividing by zero, something has to give. My prediction is that the giving will be done by the Bills, in the form of the turnovers which will lead to every Cardinals point in this game.

New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks:
This is another of those tough calls that might not seem so difficult at first glance. New England has looked like the Pats of old since losing a rough one to Arizona in week 2, but the Seahawks' defense has been nothing if not stout so far, and Seattle is still one of the most difficult stadiums to steal a victory in. In the end, though, I think the Pats have enough on offense to break 20 in this one, which should be enough to send the Seahawks back to .500.

New York Giants at San Francisco 49ers:
Plenty of interesting contests already, but this is the first truly exciting game of the week. Eli & the Giants have shown plenty of ability to pile up the numbers so far, while San Fran has been absolutely lights out since losing to Minnesota in week 3. This will definitely not be another 42-point blowout, but I do think the Niners have enough (particularly defensively) to win this one at home.

Minnesota Vikings at Washington Redskins:
Outside of the NFC West, no team has been more of a pleasant surprise for its fans than the Vikings. The defense has gelled beyond anyone's expectations, and the offense has been doing just enough to keep them on the winning side in 4 out of 5 thus far. Washington provides a big challenge to that defense (depending on Robert Griffin's health), but you can just feel the confidence building around Minnesota. They get it done again here.

Green Bay Packers at Houston Texans:
A lot of people will be looking at this game as a test, to see if this Texans team is "for real". Well, lest you forget this Houston team also got a playoff win last year with their third-string quarterback under center...they're already proven. What is not proven thus far is whether or not the Packers can reclaim their title as a Super Bowl contender; that loss to Indianapolis exposed some holes which the Texans have the personnel to exploit. Should be a great Sunday night game regardless.

Denver Broncos at San Diego Chargers:
I hate trying to pick games like this. Peyton Manning has been playing superbly so far, but his supporting cast hasn't been too...well, supportive. Philip Rivers has had 4 solid outings this year and one horrible one; the solid games have all come against defenses ranked in the bottom 5 for QBR against, including the bottom three (Kansas City mucked things up by getting to 28th after Joe Flacco's bomb against them last weekend), while the one poor outing was against the team ranked 5th-best. Denver is currently ranked 20th there (having faced Roethlisberger, Ryan, Schaub, and Brady already), which leads me to believe we'll see so-so Rivers at best on Monday night...and that's not enough to beat Peyton's Broncos.
 
2012-10-14 11:09:26 AM
A) Vick needs to get benched. I hate all this "how much talent he has". They are averaging four points per game less than the Browns....BRANDON WHEEDON LED BROWNS HAVE A BETTER OFFENSE
B) John Cena is the honorary captain of the JETS today so get ready to see Rex Ryan no-sell Tebow on the bench: Link
C) Yes, John Cena is a Pats fan, but who cares about continuity
D) The Browns will win today. Why? Because they need to start moving towards the 2nd pick so they can take Geno Smith who will bomb over Matt Barkley who will succeed (or vice versa) because honestly, the better QB will go one and the Browns one will tank at 2 and yet another name will get added to the jersey.
 
2012-10-14 11:36:11 AM
going in 1-0, got the Titans upset right. lats week I was 9-5 i think. doing good so far; my worst week was i think 7-7. beein hitting about 8-6 on average but i think i've had two 9-5s.



Cincinnati -2.5 At Cleveland 42.5
odd line, givent hat Cinc is 3-2 and Cleve 0-5. Gotta say Cinc outright.


@ NY Jets -3.5 Indianapolis 44
Is this the game when Sanchez gets benched? Indy can score, Jets are pretty bad defensively; 8th worst in PPG (26.4) and 12th in yards per......Indy covers at least and a win would not and should not surprise.


@Tampa Bay -4.5 Kansas City 40
The south looks prettyw ell locked up already but if TB wants any hope at all of rigthing the ship at 1-3 and having any hope whatsoever of a wild card (yeah, i said wild card in week 6) they need to win games they're supposed to win. I'll say TB outrigth because they are off the bye, no they need to start winning, and KC really bad.


@ Atlanta -9.5 Oakland 48.5
Have to say ATL outright. OAK is like 8th in points surrendered per game, and ATL seems to play better at home. 9.5 is a big number so i'm a little hedge-y but the teams are that far apart; ATL outright.


@ Baltimore -3 Dallas 44
No way, this is just teh Dallas effect. Balt outright.this should be 4.5, 5 at least. Dallas is 30th in the NFL in points scored, averagign a measly 16.2 per.


@ Philadelphia -3.5 Detroit 47.5
What's going in Detroit? 1-3? they're a pedestrian 13th in points surrendered, per game, at 28.5. Meanwhile, PHI is 31st in teh NFL with 16 scored. I'll say Detroit covers at least. that's too many points in my opinion and the matchup is bad.



@ Miami -4.5 St. Louis 38
I think STL is quietly better than they appear and while MIA has played pretty well the last few weeks, I don't think they are 4.5 better than 3-2 STL; stl covers..........i think they win outright be be clear but the safe paly is cover.


New England -3.5 At Seattle 44
Very, very, very, very interesting game. two 3-2 clubs with markedly different personas; NE is the highest socring club int eh NFL, while SEA has the NFL's second stingiest defense, averaging 14 points surrendered per. the "irresistiable force vs the immovable object" scenario. Someone goes to 4-2 and remains in good shape in their division, while someone goes to 3-3 and probably has to start asking who they are going into week 7.

I'll say SEA outright. They can ball up up in the PNW. Pete Carroll has something workign I think.



@ Arizona -4.5 Buffalo 44
Rough Buff stayed in the Six Oh Deuce all week. the Cards had 10 days to lick their wounds after that loss @ STL. Kolb has played pretty well at hoem, and hopefully the O-Line will be wearing cleats instead of rollerskates today. I don't like the number frankly as I don't think we deserve that many points......While tempted to pick Rough Buff to cover, I'm gonna say that we win outright and what's mroe, have at least 14 defensive points, wehtehr pick six or TDs off of turnovers. The D is pretty damn good and we have soem ballhawks.



@ Washington PK Minnesota 46
Pick? Huh. Have to go with the Vikes. I've been skeptical but 4-1 is 4-1. Pick? For real? I said last week WASH is one of those teams not unlike Dallas, when, when they show a hint of being good, instantly becomes overhyped. historic franchise in a "name" city. but this shouldn't be a pick. don't talk to me about pick. pick? you kiddin' me? pick?


@ San Francisco -6.5 NY Giants 46
awesome game.....SF is a monster defensively. stingiest scoring D int eh leage. That's a lot of points but i'll say SF outright. I think NYG's 3-2 is very deceptive, with a loss to a bad Dallas team, win over a probably bad TB team, a jackstomp over a bad CARO, loss to a bleh PHI, and then a win last week over bad cleveland. hard to read NYG but I don't think they're within 6.5 of a very strong SFO. can't win with 'em, can't lose with 'em, CANT' DO IT.


@ At Houston -3.5 Green Bay 47.5
this is just a buy-in number. GB is not right. Have to say Houston outright.
 
2012-10-14 11:37:57 AM

Nadie_AZ: I'll be at the Cardinals / Bills game. To all of you Cardinals fans going: we know we suck. Don't be dicks about it. Your team is the Arizona Cardinals.



i'm posting from a fry's.....kinda surprised at al the Rough Buff jerseys i'm seeing. people getting their tailgates together; tons of ice and suds being bought. about a 3-1 Buff to Arizona jersey ratio i'm seeing!
 
2012-10-14 11:40:50 AM

Harv72b: Some tough matchups this week to test my 48-28 season mark, but that doesn't scare me. Few things do scare me, truth be told...I mean, snakes do. That's not a big deal though, because lots of people are scared of snakes. Indiana Jones was afraid of snakes, and he's pretty much the manliest man who ever graced the Earth with his footsteps. Okay, and spiders kinda creep me out, too. Snakes and spiders are pretty much it, though. Snakes, spiders and rabid dogs. Well, rabid anything, truth be told. Oh, and heights. You know what, it's not important...here's the picks (winners in bold):

Oakland Raiders at Atlanta Falcons:
It just doesn't seem fair that Atlanta gets to go for 6-0 against the 1-3 Raiders. Even coming off of a bye week, it's difficult to picture Carson Palmer & whatever collection of receivers they piece together this time keeping up with the carnage Matt Ryan & Co. will inflict upon the Oakland tertiary (still not fit to be called a "secondary"). The Falcons have struggled against the run this season (27th) which may allow the Silver & Black to keep it close for a while, but eventually their own (lack of) defense will do them in.

Dallas Cowboys at Baltimore Ravens:
The Cowboys have struggled to score points all year, while the Ravens' offense has had their own difficulties since the week 3 victory over New England. Dallas coming off a bye will no doubt play into their favor, but even if I wasn't a Baltimore fan it's difficult to ignore 13 straight wins at home (14 if you count the playoffs). I think this one will be close throughout, but the Ravens escape with the win.

Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns:
All semi-good natured mockery aside, this Browns squad is one of the better 0-5 teams I've seen in a while, and the Bengals only managed a 7-point win during their first meeting in Cincinnati. The stats don't really back this one up, but I've got a hunch here, and when have my hunches ever steered me wrong? Okay, pretty much every tim ...


YOU FORGOT BEES!!
 
2012-10-14 11:44:30 AM

rickythepenguin: Nadie_AZ: I'll be at the Cardinals / Bills game. To all of you Cardinals fans going: we know we suck. Don't be dicks about it. Your team is the Arizona Cardinals.


i'm posting from a fry's.....kinda surprised at al the Rough Buff jerseys i'm seeing. people getting their tailgates together; tons of ice and suds being bought. about a 3-1 Buff to Arizona jersey ratio i'm seeing!


Really? Cool. I'll wear my Moulds jersey, then.
 
2012-10-14 11:53:46 AM
Let's get this back on track...

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Go Cards!
 
2012-10-14 11:54:52 AM

TheManofPA: B) John Cena is the honorary captain of the JETS today so get ready to see Rex Ryan no-sell Tebow on the bench: Link


Good God! The Jets really ARE doing everything in their power to make me hate them! >:-(
 
2012-10-14 12:06:36 PM

nvmac: YOU FORGOT BEES!!


Bees pretty much go without saying, kind of like guacamole.
 
2012-10-14 12:06:42 PM
How the hell are the Jets favored? Give me the Colts outright.
Also, Bills to cover, Giants to cover, Redskins outright
 
2012-10-14 12:08:02 PM
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Please, please let this be the day the day that the Madden Curse strikes!
 
2012-10-14 12:09:32 PM

neuroflare: Let's get this back on track...

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Go Cards!


Does Fitz get 10,000 yards this weekend?
 
2012-10-14 12:09:46 PM

rickythepenguin:
Cincinnati -2.5 At Cleveland 42.5
odd line, givent hat Cinc is 3-2 and Cleve 0-5. Gotta say Cinc outright.


Cleveland isn't bad enough to go 0-16 and this is a good place for them to sneak out a win.

@ Atlanta -9.5 Oakland 48.5
Have to say ATL outright. OAK is like 8th in points surrendered per game, and ATL seems to play better at home. 9.5 is a big number so i'm a little hedge-y but the teams are that far apart; ATL outright.


What's hurting Oakland is the inability to get its run game going. Atlanta's biggest weakness is its defense against the run. This game has Oakland winning written all over it.

New England -3.5 At Seattle 44
Very, very, very, very interesting game. two 3-2 ...


The NFC West is the best division in football while New England is overrated. Seattle @home will win this and win it convincingly.
 
2012-10-14 12:10:23 PM
Damn, I need coffee
 
2012-10-14 12:11:31 PM
RGIII starting vs Minny... head says Redskins, heart says Minny, goes with heart, Minny wins by a FG.
 
2012-10-14 12:12:15 PM
Vikes 23, Skins 20.

Frazier led Vikings are 2-0 in the last few years against this style of QB (Vick and Newton), with much poorer playing defenses at the time.

Also, his Vikings have won 2 years in a row in DC.

Past performance is not indicative of future results, I am aware. Still, because of that I feel the vikes win a close one.
 
2012-10-14 12:14:37 PM

Nadie_AZ: neuroflare: Let's get this back on track...

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Go Cards!

Does Fitz get 10,000 yards this weekend?


I hope, he only needs 48 yards according to NFL.com
 
2012-10-14 12:18:55 PM
This is the week the Browns turn it all around baby!
 
2012-10-14 12:20:06 PM

Nadie_AZ: I like the headline.

I'll be at the Cardinals / Bills game. To all of you Cardinals fans going: we know we suck. Don't be dicks about it. Your team is the Arizona Cardinals.


I'll be looking for the guy holding a sign with your handle on CBS. At least you get to go to a game the Cards will win.

If possible, please try to get any emotional fans around you to buy a hyphen jersey if he breaks a long run or something.
 
2012-10-14 12:21:51 PM

OregonVet: So who's beating the Browns today? I need my weekly dose of disappointment....


Browns are going to beat the Bengals. This is because Cleveland teams can't even lose successfully. 11 losses in a row, one more they set a team record. Won't happen.
 
2012-10-14 12:22:56 PM
Wow... Jimmy Johnson just stuck a fork in the Sanchize!
 
2012-10-14 12:25:24 PM
Wait, since when is $25K a "hefty fine" for a team like the Skins?
 
2012-10-14 12:25:59 PM
Go Texans, Falcons and Loins!
 
2012-10-14 12:26:09 PM

ariseatex: Wait, since when is $25K a "hefty fine" for a team like the Skins?


Agreed, now if we were taking $2.5 million....
 
2012-10-14 12:28:00 PM

netweavr: The NFC West is the best division in football while New England is overrated. Seattle @home will win this and win it convincingly.


Pats don't have to play the entire division this weekend, just Seattle.
I think the Pats will win because Seattle doesn't exploit their primary defensive weakness, the long pass.
Seattle has a good defense but the Patriot offense is improving every week and has a great deal of flexibility to exploit what ever is there.
I would be more confident if Clemons switched teams for this game though. When I was skimming the last 3 Seattle games on game pass he really stood out.
 
2012-10-14 12:30:45 PM

Lost Thought 00: How the hell are the Jets favored? Give me the Colts outright.


yeah.....3.5 is a ton.


netweavr: Cleveland isn't bad enough to go 0-16 and this is a good place for them to sneak out a win.


yeah, 0-16 is p[retty impossible but I think Cinc is pertty good. no shame in a loss to Baltimore and as for Miami last week, Miami is quietly pretty good. They have a loss to Houston, and then 2 OT losses (bad NYJ, overrated Arizona). Don't sleep on their 2-3 record.
 
2012-10-14 12:31:48 PM
The League was on point this week
 
2012-10-14 12:32:07 PM
On the picks front, I love so many underdogs getting 3.5 points or more. If the dogs prevail, I will be a happy man. :)
 
2012-10-14 12:32:34 PM

HaywoodJablonski: Go Texans, Falcons and Loins!


GIS for "Texan Loins":

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2012-10-14 12:32:36 PM
Grrrr it stripped my image

The League was on point this week.
 
2012-10-14 12:33:06 PM
I'll be back for the late games.

You guys stay out of trouble, okay?
 
2012-10-14 12:34:09 PM
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I hope it isn't a close game, I have no fingernails to chew.

/GO NINERS
 
2012-10-14 12:35:12 PM
Oh and seeing this is an away game, no Metrodome working for me. Get to post live. Yay!
 
2012-10-14 12:35:52 PM

Captain Steroid: I'll be back for the late games.

You guys stay out of trouble, okay?


We'll be nice to the Cowboys when Di is on. That's about all that could get us in trouble.
 
2012-10-14 12:37:54 PM

nvmac: Captain Steroid: I'll be back for the late games.

You guys stay out of trouble, okay?

We'll be nice to the Cowboys when Di is on. That's about all that could get us in trouble.


Speak for yourself, I like Di too, but I reserve the right to bust Romo's chops if he has a repeat of last week.
 
2012-10-14 12:37:55 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: Oh and seeing this is an away game, no Metrodome working for me. Get to post live. Yay!


You hear the Vikes are playing a "Home" game next fall in London?

/Going
 
2012-10-14 12:39:23 PM

ClavellBCMI: nvmac: Captain Steroid: I'll be back for the late games.

You guys stay out of trouble, okay?

We'll be nice to the Cowboys when Di is on. That's about all that could get us in trouble.

Speak for yourself, I like Di too, but I reserve the right to bust Romo's chops if he has a repeat of last week.


Especially when it's my team that makes him cry like a leeetle girl.
 
2012-10-14 12:39:28 PM
Okay, that snickers commercial with Pesci was pretty good.
 
2012-10-14 12:39:35 PM

ClavellBCMI: nvmac: Captain Steroid: I'll be back for the late games.

You guys stay out of trouble, okay?

We'll be nice to the Cowboys when Di is on. That's about all that could get us in trouble.

Speak for yourself, I like Di too, but I reserve the right to bust Romo's chops if he has a repeat of last week.


As a niner fan, even I felt slightly sorry for Romo last week. That was both a thing of beauty and a train wreck.
 
2012-10-14 12:42:18 PM

Too many people picking Seattle. Makes me nervous, but hopeful.

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Time for some Beast-mode! Like 200 yards, 3TDS, and, I dunno, a passing 2-point conversation, ooh and a drop-kick FG to win it in OT!!
 
2012-10-14 12:43:13 PM
Great headline Subby. No Bears today, due to bye-week injuries. Bye week is my don't have to care game day, and the football world is my oyster. I'm looking forward to watching Texas do the Steve Ray Vaughan wail on Green Bay, and to giggle at the Lions' special yellow bus team efforts.

I hope everyone has a great game day.
 
2012-10-14 12:43:48 PM
Luck vs. Prayer

Are you sure they're on different sides here? Tebow just might be sitting on the bench there praying for Sanchez to screw up.
 
2012-10-14 12:44:40 PM

Wasilla Hillbilly: Too many people picking Seattle. Makes me nervous, but hopeful.

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Time for some Beast-mode! Like 200 yards, 3TDS, and, I dunno, a passing 2-point conversation, ooh and a drop-kick FG to win it in OT!!


That game is gonna be close, but, in the end, Darth Bellichek defeats Jedi Knight Pete.
 
2012-10-14 12:44:53 PM

nvmac: ClavellBCMI: nvmac: Captain Steroid: I'll be back for the late games.

You guys stay out of trouble, okay?

We'll be nice to the Cowboys when Di is on. That's about all that could get us in trouble.

Speak for yourself, I like Di too, but I reserve the right to bust Romo's chops if he has a repeat of last week.

As a niner fan, even I felt slightly sorry for Romo last week. That was both a thing of beauty and a train wreck.


It was the Hindenburg of Quarterbacks.
 
2012-10-14 12:45:46 PM
Looking forward to two wins coming from Detroit teams today.

Only expecting one.
 
2012-10-14 12:46:04 PM
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ClavellBCMI: That game is gonna be close, but, in the end, Darth Bellichek defeats Jedi Knight Pete.

 
2012-10-14 12:47:21 PM
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ClavellBCMI: That game is gonna be close, but, in the end, Darth Bellichek defeats Jedi Knight Pete.

 
2012-10-14 12:47:49 PM

ClavellBCMI: Wasilla Hillbilly: Too many people picking Seattle. Makes me nervous, but hopeful.

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Time for some Beast-mode! Like 200 yards, 3TDS, and, I dunno, a passing 2-point conversation, ooh and a drop-kick FG to win it in OT!!

That game is gonna be close, but, in the end, Darth Bellichek defeats Jedi Knight Pete.


My lack of faith is rather disturbing, I admit.
 
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