Kirk Cousins humbled by Sunday night’s loss

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The Vikings had a chance to take a big step toward winning the NFC North in Chicago on Sunday night, but they returned home with a 25-20 loss.

The loss was the 12th for quarterback Kirk Cousins in 16 career appearances in prime time games and Minnesota’s big ticket free agent acquisition had a rough night against the Bears defense. He was 30-of-46 for 262 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions that included the one Eddie Jackson returned for a crucial touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Cousins would throw both his touchdowns after that miscue, but those good moments were overshadowed by the bad ones on a night that left Cousins humbled.

“Any time you have a game like this you come back on Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday with a real sense of urgency,” Cousins said, via the Pioneer Press. “It certainly humbles you, and I think that’s a positive.”

The Vikings will be back on prime time against the Packers next Sunday night. More of the same for Cousins will leave the team both humbled and looking at longer playoff odds than they expected when the season got underway.

91 responses to “Kirk Cousins humbled by Sunday night’s loss

  1. At least he didn’t use “the ball stuck in my hand” excuse and owned it.

    I expect a better performance on Sunday.

  2. Is too much to ask Cousins and the Vikings to feel humbled? Being humbled was the Week 3 loss to Buffalo at home. Cousins and the Vikings should be livid with themselves for their game plan, coaching, and execution. Whatever planning they do better be with urgency. Otherwise they can kiss the playoffs goodbye.

  3. And like he is apt to do, he threw both his TD’s during junk-time when the game was already over. So, at least his stats will look okay at the end of the game. Gotta protect your brand.

    If you cannot win big ball games, make sure you throw it around during junk-time so some stoopid team can guarantee you $84M.

    Same ol’ Captain Kirk.

  4. This is what I don’t understand. The Vikings had a good team last year. Keenum had a good chemistry with Diggs, Thielen, and Rudolph. They just needed to add a few more pieces both in offense (maybe some OL) and in defense, and then the Vikings were legit SB contenders. Now the defense looks in disarray most of the times. Rudolph is non-existent, Diggs is a hit or miss, and Thielen despite being hot the first few games is a hit or miss now too. I honestly don’t see this Vikings team getting deep into the playoffs.

  5. I’m a Vikings fan. We just aren’t “that” good. We are above average, but there are several NFC teams better than us.

    The offensive line is atrocious and Cousins isn’t good enough to carry the entire load himself.

  6. Oh, I see now. The difference between how Rodgers and Cousins each take full responsibility for their own mistakes. Wasn’t that the big “go-to” last week, after Rodgers didn’t mince his words? Cousins is giving us boiler-plate, mindless, pap. Shouldn’t he step up and talk about what a failure he is? That’s the demand made of Rodgers by Viking fans after the Seattle loss.

    But I’m sure it’s completely different, right?

  7. I will say it again. Cousins was not a good acquisition. He. Cannot. Carry. A. Team. But you know those Vikings fans. Reset the market for a garbage time stat maker and all is well. Well, all is not well in Minnie. SKOL!

  8. This is another example of why Washington didnt see Cousins worth the money…He cant carry a team like great ones can… still think he is “phenomenal” Spielman?

  9. This is what the Vikings do. Kirk fits right in here in MN. In case any of you have forgotten, the Vikings have been incompetent when the big lights are on for many years. This is just more of the same. At least the let-down happened in November this year, instead of in January when hope is really high…..like last year. I always have to remind Vikings fans around here because they get annual amnesia when it comes to this team. Just like the Redskins seem to be cursed to have a QB break a leg in a gruesome way every 33 years, the Vikings are cursed to choke in every big game they play in.

  10. Yes, Cousins had a lousy game. But the Vikings problems go way deeper than him. Where’s the running game? Cook looks like a complete bust. His fumble really hurt the early momentum. They’ve had only a couple of games where the running game did anything. You cannot beat a really good pass rushing defense without a running game.

    The offensive line problems explain a lot of the issues, but not all. The Vikings season is slipping away.

  11. Cousins made a couple questionable decisions but I don’t put this on him. I’ve been very underwhelmed with DeFellippo for a month or so now. Throw some screens or short passes to Cook. You can’t almost take a sack on first down and then run for -2 on second down and expect to convert third and long. Cousins has guys hanging off him every time he drops back and some of the run calls are mind boggling. Especially in the second half when you’re trailing and the run hasn’t worked all night, you’re just wasting downs and clock by

  12. The defense was solid last night. Cousins wasn’t great but how can you expect him to be with guys hanging off him every time he drops back. I have not been impressed with coach Flip for at least a month now. When they’ve got 10 rushes for 11 yards in the second half, running out of time and down by two scores, you need to stop running up the middle. It’s a waste of downs and time. Some years the Vikings are just awful, but this year they have been killing themselves with mistakes in between playing at a pretty high level.

  13. So, the coaches (OC in particular) had TWO weeks to prep for this game and came up with garbage. NOT double teaming Mack? Did DeFilippo not see any tape from this season? How is this guy such a hot commodity for a HC position when he can’t even function in the role he currently has, esp. with the talent level on that side of the ball. as Vikings fans, my friends and I were embarrassed for them last night. Diggs is the only one that seemed to care.

  14. Diggs and and Thielen are not fully healthy, obviously. Treadwell and Rudolph both showed they will never be good enough. No focus. Cook is fried. Get Beebe and Dykstra out there!
    DeFilippo is as bad as Linehan.

  15. Kirk Cousins is a serviceable QB. He is not a franchise player that is worth the amount of money he gets paid. He isn’t going to be the reason you lose many games but he isn’t going to be the reason you win either. Last night was a perfect summary of his career.

  16. GB won’t be a problem. They just don’t have a good roster right now. But at New England and at Seattle the next two weeks are an issue for Cousins, who has never played big when the games have mattered the most.

    That’s the guy you just gave $84M to: one who in seven seasons has never won a playoff game.

  17. Dropkick67 says:
    November 19, 2018 at 9:32 am
    He’ll get his confidence back when he faces the Patriots porous defense!

    ——-

    He might but he Pats will lay 40 on the Vikings. And the Pats have a winning record….which basically guarantees Kirk will fold when the time comes.

  18. Maybe pull the ball down and run it on 3rd and 1 on the 19 with 15 yards of open field in front of you instead of throwing at Bears defenders?? He was pretty pathetic last night, and I hate to say it but Keenum would have dominated that game with the way the line was opening QB running room with the strategy for the pocket (they are still terrible) and the Bears LBs dropping into man coverage often…

    Since 2009 I try not to get emotional about the queens, but Cousins drove me nuts last night. Enjoy your flipping 1.75 million for that s-show Kirk.

  19. Whether it’s Keenum or Cousins, it seems like the team in general doesn’t step up in any of the big games. I liked the Zimmer hire. Not sure about it now. That staff has plenty of talent on both sides of the ball. It’s just not happening.

  20. Only two QBs in the league can win games essentially by themselves and one is not doing it this year in GB.

    Next to last in rushing. Totally KC’s fault. Missed tackle: KC’s fault. Bad punt: all on KC. Blown coverage or blocking assignment: you guessed it – all on KC.

    Does he toss bad INTs? Yes. So do 98% of other starting QBs in the NFL. Teams win games. Players win awards. Saying “he didn’t win the game” is lazy. (So is saying a QB won the game most of the time) This isn’t boxing or single tennis. There are a lot of other players/coaches who too are responsible for things going right and wrong.

  21. I agree with most of you, especially the ones that mention the poor coaching prep. Why would you not double team Mack and run at him. Beat him up so he is gassed. Why wouldnt you put a safety in to spy on Trubisky when most of what he does is run. KC should have taken 4-6 more steps & picked up the 4 & 1. He played like crap. But the poor coaching and game planning set the tone. If you can score 20 in a half then you score 40 in a game. Mike Zimmer either score 30 a game or go kick rocks!

  22. I would think having to sign with the Vikings would have been humbling enough that he couldn’t gat any lower on the ‘humble-meter’.

  23. qckappa says:
    November 19, 2018 at 10:12 am
    I agree with most of you, especially the ones that mention the poor coaching prep. Why would you not double team Mack and run at him. Beat him up so he is gassed. Why wouldnt you put a safety in to spy on Trubisky when most of what he does is run. KC should have taken 4-6 more steps & picked up the 4 & 1. He played like crap. But the poor coaching and game planning set the tone. If you can score 20 in a half then you score 40 in a game. Mike Zimmer either score 30 a game or go kick rocks!

    ===========

    They scored most of that 20 late against a prevent defense allowing yards to keep clock moving. Don’t be fooled by stats.

  24. I’d like to hear a better explanation from Cousins on those costly INTs he threw. That said, if Zimmer and DeFilipo can’t come up with a better offensive game-plan than we saw last evening, they can expect more of the same.

    These next few games could be a turning point for Zimmer as a head coach and Spielman as a GM. A loss to Green Bay next Sunday would drop them into third place and have them struggling to get to .500 for the season. Despite having won two of the last three NFC North titles, this is the most talented team Zimmer has fielded, and the results just aren’t there.

  25. It doesn’t matter if the Vikings make the playoffs or not. They will lose in the first round and go home with yet another playoff choke on their resume.

    Their $87 million QB has only played in one playoff game in his career and is 0-1 in that game. And it might interest Viking fans to know that the team Cousins lost to was the much hated Green Bay Packers.

    Frankly, there is nothing in Cousins’ NFL career highlights that should give anyone in the Vikings front office an inclination that the guy is worth 80 million dollars!

  26. Total coaching failure by Zimmer and company.
    And Cousins still hasn’t won in a must win game.

    The Vikings have a must win game against the Packers and at Seattle.
    If the Vikings lose either of those two games, the Vikings wont make the playoffs.

  27. Cousins needs to learn he doesn’t have to make a play every time. Take what the defense will give you and don’t put your team in bad situations. On the road against good teams turnovers are unacceptable. Just like any NFL running back has one main job above everything else. Don’t fumble. One job.

  28. GB won’t be a problem. They just don’t have a good roster right now.
    ——
    Really? We’re 12th in defense, 6th in offense and tied for the league lead in sacks. We played three tough teams in a row and were in position to win each time…then blew it. What we need is new coaching. The roster is fine. Its young and talented and outside of one or two pieces, is poised to be good for years to come.

  29. Just use it as fuel for the fire and a learning moment. Good thing this is an off year and the Vikings are still the 6th seed but not for long if they keep playing so inconsistently. Like Lom bardi used to say. Perfection is impossible but trying to be perfect will lead to excellence. Or something like that.

  30. 4sacroc says:
    November 19, 2018 at 10:19 am
    qckappa says:
    November 19, 2018 at 10:12 am
    I agree with most of you, especially the ones that mention the poor coaching prep. Why would you not double team Mack and run at him. Beat him up so he is gassed. Why wouldnt you put a safety in to spy on Trubisky when most of what he does is run. KC should have taken 4-6 more steps & picked up the 4 & 1. He played like crap. But the poor coaching and game planning set the tone. If you can score 20 in a half then you score 40 in a game. Mike Zimmer either score 30 a game or go kick rocks!

    ===========

    They scored most of that 20 late against a prevent defense allowing yards to keep clock moving. Don’t be fooled by stats.
    ___________________________________________

    He signed for $84M GUARANTEED!! Safe to say the Vikings (and KC apologists) were ALREADY fooled by stats.

  31. I’ve watched the NFL for a long time. Every single superbowl winning QB I’ve seen, except Trent Dilfer, has demonstrated the ability to put together a streak of games, either in the playoffs or in the regular season, where he looks great-even if it’s a loss. Cousins does not do that. He has one great game, then two poor games, then a mediocre game or two, and then a god awful game-which happened last night. this goes on repeat. He’s done this his entire career. The Vikings are absolutley screwed. They won’t even sniff the playoffs as long as Cousins is their QB. Spielman is a complete and total failure when he has evaluated QBs. Cousins is 4-13 in prime time games in his career…that is all they should have looked at when asking if they should pay him. I didn’t know that until last night, and i wanted to puke.

    You just watch Rodgers throw for 5-7 TDs and 400 yards next sunday against the vikings. Cousins will play like a fool, and Cook will fumble and get injured and won’t be seen again until 2019, where he will fumble and get injured. It’s like Peterson 2.0 but exponentially more injury prone.

    Zimmer will continue to play Laquon Treadwell too. This team’s inability to kick this liability off the team is beyond concerning. It’s like they like to see him contribute in major ways to losses. Chad Beebe has proven himself in 2 games that he is far more reliable than Treadwell has shown in 2.5 seasons. For the love of god get rid of Treadwell.

  32. The only thing good about the Cousins signing for the Vikings is that they basically screwed over every other team in the NFL that has to sign a QB in the future, because they are all going to want more guaranteed money and there are about 20 QBs who are better than Cousins and will want $30+ million a year.

  33. I’m not jumping into the ‘woe is me’ hole. There’s six games left and Zimmer rebounds well from losses like this. Not happy, not satisfied but glad Coudins is our guy and still believe in this team.

  34. Apparently Cousins didn’t Vike his performance. Green Bay is in the same boat. Paid the quarterback so much money that they can’t field a top to bottom quality team. It takes a decent amount of talent on a roster to have a championship team. When the quarterback takes 20% of the cap, it is hard to pay the rest of the roster.

  35. As a lifelong Vikings fan let me say this clearly, I don’t care if he’s humbled. It is hard to be a Vikings fan. Every time a kicker lines up for a field goal you cringe. We have endured a lifetime of running backs fumbling while in scoring position ( A.P. was a master but.Cook is right on track). We’ve watched you try to kick a game winning field goal only to find you had 12 men on the field. Secretly we all shake when we have one of those “gimme” games at home, you lose too many of those. I don’t care if you’re humble, I don’t even care if you’re purple. I care if you win and I want you to win now. I want to walk into work Monday morning and say “how about those Vikings?” and mean it in a positive way. you had every opportunity to win that game last night. Even against a tough defense, you put yourself in a position to win that game over and over but instead chose to break the heart of every Vikings fan. I’m tired of making lemonade, give me a few less lemons and more first downs. I’m still going to watch every Sunday and root for the purple, but with the money and talent you have , You need to get it done. And don’t tell me how you feel, because you don’t want me to tell you how I feel.

  36. I knew Prince was from Minnesota, but I didn’t know Purple Rain was actually about all of these Viking tears!!!

  37. Viking fans are going to WISH he was humbled before signing that big contract.

    Teams don’t let franchise quality QBs walk away without a reason, the closest one I recall was Drew Brees leaving SD, but he was coming off a injury that scared MANY teams, and the Chargers had his replacement ready.

  38. pkrlvr says:
    November 19, 2018 at 10:42 am
    GB won’t be a problem. They just don’t have a good roster right now.
    ——
    Really? We’re 12th in defense, 6th in offense and tied for the league lead in sacks.
    ————–
    Well, being 12th in defense isn’t exactly worth bragging.
    The Vikings just played the number 3 defense and are the number 5 defense overall.

    Now, I’m not saying GB is an easy win. But GB’s defense is still not something to brag about.

  39. filthymcnasty3 says:
    November 19, 2018 at 11:01 am
    Viking fans are in full meltdown mode today
    ——-
    And packer fans should be in full meltdown mode, but they just don’t know any better.
    You still think the packers are “the team to beat” in the NFC north.
    Heck, I’m sure many packer fans still think they are super bowl contenders.

  40. Not a Good Prime-Time or Big Game QB.

    If it is a regular season 1:00pm or 4:00/4:15pm game, Cousins is your guy.

    Any other time, and he is NOT your guy.

  41. No doubt, Cousins had a bad game. But the biggest issue that I saw last night was Akeem Hicks. Vikings simply couldn’t block him. Five tackles for loss in one game!!!! The dude was constantly in the backfield. Not sure how Flip can think any one of his interior linemen could block him one on one. He clearly thinks the O-line is better than than are. Offensive game plans going forward should include heavy doses of quick passes and a lot more of moving the pocket.

  42. screamingyellowzonkers says:
    November 19, 2018 at 11:53 am
    And packer fans should be in full meltdown mode, but they just don’t know any better.
    You still think the packers are “the team to beat” in the NFC north.
    Heck, I’m sure many packer fans still think they are super bowl contenders
    ____________________________

    OR GB played TNF and fans have all ready moved on from lasts weeks game…..

  43. RagnartheGreat was spot on about what we expect when we watch the Vikes. Heck, even before AP, we fumbled in big spots. At the 5 TD line against the Dolphins in SB 8. A couple years later we block Ray Guy’s punt (first punt he had blocked) in the Super Bowl. First down at the 3 – FUMBLE!
    Field Goals, X pts. are a nightmare.
    We’re cursed!

  44. Horrible OL play made it tough for Cousins to do much and basically made the running game nonexistent. The defense is good, not great. Also, the Bears are solid on both sides of the ball. Can’t sell them short.

  45. TheDPR says:
    November 19, 2018 at 1:35 pm
    Horrible OL play made it tough for Cousins to do much and basically made the running game nonexistent.
    _______________________________________

    The horrible oline made it tough for Teddy, Sam Bradford and Keenum as well. Its not some NEW thing that the Vikings oline has holes in it.

  46. minnesotablizzard
    “The Vikings in primetime in an outdoor game = loss every single time”

    Close, but not every time. Since they went indoors in 1982, night game, road, 14-27. 7-20 since the turn of the century. They are 3-3 on the road at night in domes since 1982.

  47. packertruth says:
    November 19, 2018 at 12:36 pm
    Kirk Cousins qb rating is now closer to Trubisky and Eli Manning than it is to a declining Aaron Rodgers.

    Is that sinking in?

    —————-

    This season, Aaron’s rating is less than five points higher than Mitch’s. Kirk’s is almost literally right between Trubisky and Rodgers. Do your math, Ace.

    Also, Eli has two rings…something the Pack should have been able to accomplish with the best regular season QB of all time.

  48. The Kirk Cousins signing will go down as the worst free agent signing in NFL history! Kirk Cousins has never beaten a team with a solid defense and in big games, Kirk has always choked. The Vikings won’t make the playoffs! The Vikings should have had 3 or 4 INTs… Zimmer deserves what he gets with Kirk Cousins because he never gave Case any credit for guiding the Vikings to 13-3 record and championship game in PA.

  49. filthymcnasty3 says:
    November 19, 2018 at 11:01 am
    Viking fans are in full meltdown mode today.

    —————–

    Vikings fans are rational and will call out a poor performance when they see it. This isn’t meltdown, it’s expectation of something greater than what we saw last night.

  50. I blame Spielman for this, he could never find a franchise QG in Miami and it cost him his job. Now he is repeating the same mistakes in Minnesota.

    The only difference is the guaranteed money he spent on Cousins. The Vikings are into Cousins for the next 3 years, there is no turning back

  51. The Bears deserve the congrats — that D is great — beat the Vikes straight up. For varying reasons, the Vikes, Pack and Lions are just also-rans this year, and I doubt that will change as the season progresses.

  52. Why is this obvious to me, but for guys like PAonthemike, he’s so blind to all the purple stuff. Paul Charchian and Wobby don’t help.

    Vikings were better off with Keenum. Dead serious. $$$

  53. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    November 19, 2018 at 10:58 am
    $84 million doesn’t go as far as it used to.

    ——–

    I give you high marks for humor, but premise is off. We could have spent $30M on Case Keenum and had an EXTRA $50M to shore up the OL. It’s not all Cousin’s fault because the OL is terrible, but he is not a franchise QB, so shouldn’t be paid as such. If he was, Washington would have paid him.

  54. ihaterogergoodell says:
    November 19, 2018 at 2:14 pm

    Kirk Cousins qb rating is now closer to Trubisky and Eli Manning than it is to a declining Aaron Rodgers.
    Is that sinking in?
    —————-
    This season, Aaron’s rating is less than five points higher than Mitch’s. Kirk’s is almost literally right between Trubisky and Rodgers. Do your math, Ace.

    ++++

    Almost. but not quite. Rodgers 102.2. Cousins 99.3. Trubisky 97.7. Math is harder for some people than others.

  55. Cousins and the Vikings should have been humbled long before now. They lost at home to the Buffalo Bills by 20 points. The fact is they are just not that good of a team. Cousins is a stat sheet stuffer. He puts up his stats while chasing from behind, a situation the Vikings typically find themselves in due to Cousins propensity for turning over the ball. Cousins shrinks the most when the lights are the brightest.

  56. Vikings brethren, stop whining like Joffrey Baratheon, its one game get over it. And those saying we should have kept Case? Yeah what are the broncos 4-6? Get ready for Border Battle this week, whats done is done. There are six games left and anything can happened, take it week by week. SKOL

  57. shaggytoodle says:
    November 19, 2018 at 3:37 pm

    4sacroc says:
    November 19, 2018 at 9:54 am
    GB won’t be a problem.
    ______________

    The Vikings got manhandled by Buffalo….
    _______

    And they tied Green Bay on the road. Kirk Cousins looked pretty good that day.

  58. Cousins: We Knew The Keys To Victory And We Weren’t Good Enough In Those Areas.
    ——–
    Its this type of thoughtful and honest self analysis that will help the team get better rather than just blaming the ball.

  59. Bears looked good last night no doubt about it, but I’m not ready to crown ’em just yet.

  60. cheeseisfattening says:
    November 19, 2018 at 5:20 pm
    Cousins: We Knew The Keys To Victory And We Weren’t Good Enough In Those Areas.
    ——–
    Its this type of thoughtful and honest self analysis that will help the team get better rather than just blaming the ball.
    ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

    Good Lord, don’t make us puke. It’s this type of mind-numbing pap that serves to assuage the insecurities of the purple blind sheep. That’s it.

  61. minnesotablizzard says:
    November 19, 2018 at 9:18 am

    The Vikings in primetime in an outdoor game = loss every single time

    __________

    Especially after the bye. Makes no sense to me- but that’s just how it seems to work.

  62. mrdarkness13 says:
    November 19, 2018 at 3:28 pm
    Vikings brethren, stop whining like Joffrey Baratheon, its one game get over it. ==========================================================================================
    Those who can’t do, teach.

  63. People constantly commenting on the $84 million “guaranteed” contract are mentally wanting. He signed a 3 year deal, the Vikings aren’t going to get rid of him before the 3 years are up anyway guaranteed or not. So it isn’t a great point when you say “guaranteed”.

  64. derp363 says:
    November 19, 2018 at 10:51 am

    The only thing good about the Cousins signing for the Vikings is that they basically screwed over every other team in the NFL that has to sign a QB in the future
    ))))))))))))))))
    Factually, the SF Forty-Niners did that when they signed Jimmy Garrappolo with his 5 year $137 million/$27.4 million a yr and the largest contract in NFL history at the time.Cousins received $28 Million a year.

  65. stellarperformance says:
    November 19, 2018 at 12:55 pm

    Packer fans are brainwashed cult members.
    )))))))))
    There, this is more like it.

  66. cheeseisfattening says:

    Cousins: We Knew The Keys To Victory And We Weren’t Good Enough In Those Areas.

    Its this type of thoughtful and honest self analysis that will help the team get better rather than just blaming the ball.

    **************

    stellarperformance says:

    Good Lord, don’t make us puke. It’s this type of mind-numbing pap that serves to assuage the insecurities of the purple blind sheep. That’s it.

    **************

    Really? You’re better with your QB saying “The better team lost” than “We weren’t good enough” after losing a game? You really are brainwashed.

    I didn’t hear what Cousins said while rallying the troops before Sunday’s game against Chicago until watching the vid here on PFT with Florio and Simms. No wonder he’s ‘humbled’. If that was the team’s mindset going into this game they deserved to have their asses kicked. Chicago is a great story. a great town, and a really good young team. This kind of elitism isn’t what I hear Zimmer preach and actually causes me to lose some respect for Cousins. Maybe he’s more like Rodgers that we knew, and if that’s the case, then Minnesota did sign the wrong guy.

  67. packertruth says:
    November 19, 2018 at 3:22 pm
    ihaterogergoodell says:
    November 19, 2018 at 2:14 pm
    —————-
    This season, Aaron’s rating is less than five points higher than Mitch’s. Kirk’s is almost literally right between Trubisky and Rodgers. Do your math, Ace.

    ++++

    Almost. but not quite. Rodgers 102.2. Cousins 99.3. Trubisky 97.7. Math is harder for some people than others.

    ————

    Cute. Packers fan trying to “do numbers”. Let’s see…

    102.2 – 97.7 = 4.5
    4.5 < 5
    First statement correct.

    (102.2-97.7) / 2 = ~99.9
    99.9 – 99.3 = .6
    I’d say Cousin’s rating is close enough to being in the middle if using the mean. But we can use the median instead. Oh wait… the median is the same as the mean.

    Now here’s some more delicious numbers for you: 4-5-1

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