Bengals’ Carl Lawson says Aaron Rodgers is easy to sack

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Bengals defensive end Carl Lawson has 9.5 sacks in his two-year NFL career, of which 2.5 came in the third game of his career, against the Packers. He wishes every quarterback would be as easy to get to as Aaron Rodgers was that day.

Lawson said Rodgers has so much confidence in his abilities to make plays that he’ll hold onto the ball longer than most quarterbacks, giving the defense more time to get to him.

“Honestly, I think it’s easier to sack Aaron Rodgers than most quarterbacks,” Lawson said on NFL Network. “He sits there, and he pats the ball. At the same time, sacking him don’t mean nothing if you don’t do it for four quarters. You know, he came back against us. So, I mean, he’s an easier quarterback for me to sack personally, because he sits there, and he probably gets eight to 10 yards in the pocket. He’s got a great left tackle in [David Bakhtiari]. So, he just sits there, he waits, he waits, getting that read. When he gets sacked, he doesn’t get flustered. I only saw him get frustrated maybe one time when I did sack him, which was the third and a half sack that [was called off by a Bengals penalty].”

Statistically, Rodgers was around the league average in terms of his frequency of sacks last year: He was sacked 49 times in 597 attempts, meaning he threw about 12 passes for every time he was sacked. League-wide, there were about 14 passes thrown for each sack. So he typically isn’t a lot easier to sack for the rest of the NFL. Even if he is for Lawson.

85 responses to “Bengals’ Carl Lawson says Aaron Rodgers is easy to sack

  1. Sacks don’t count against his QB rating so Rodgers does not care about taking them. Same same as he does not care about throw aways. Its all about the hero ball and avoiding the INT with Rodgers.

  2. Sounds like a mediocre player had a lucky game. He can say what he wants about Rodgers because one or both of them will be out of the league before these two teams play each other again.

  3. Bengals got 6 wins last year, better than expected as you can tell by the swagger & trash-talk.

  4. My inital reaction was that Lawson was off his rocker but after looking at PFF I believe he is a 100% right.
    To measure the sack rate in a meaningful wat you have to find the # of snaps where the QB was under pressure. The total snaps are meaningless since if the OL gives the QB a clean pocket sacks are not a consideration.
    Rodgers in 18 was under pressure on 225 snaps. He was sacked 49 times or 21.8% of the pressures. That was 9th highest in the NFL. By comparison Brees and Brady got sacked about 13% of the pressures. Big Ben got sacked about 14% of the pressures.
    Rodgers threw the ball in an average of 2.75 seconds. That was the fifth highest time to throw in the NFL.
    So yes Rodgers is great. But he does take too long to throw and gets sacked more often than the other Tier 1 QBs with the exception of Wilson who has a sack rate of 25%.

  5. Rodgers is healthy again. He remains to be the biggest difference among all NFCN teams and their expectations for success this upcoming season.

  6. Michael Edits says:
    July 8, 2019 at 6:30 pm
    I was always hard to sack because everybody else was at least a foot taller. Seriously. Short QBs are the future.

    Or because you were on the sideline holding a clipboard during your teams offensive snaps.

  7. Based on 1 game in his rookie campaign he’s throwing shade at Aaron Rodgers? LOL! Seems like typical off season mouthing off from a young guy looking for attention. Everybody’s an MVP this time of year.

  8. Seems that Carl Lawson – off to RotoWorld have I finish here – has an intuitive understanding of the many possibilities that arise when an athletic, resourceful, creative quarterback is able to keep a play alive as needed.

  9. rodgers and the packers have had 2 rough years in a row and people want to act like it’s over for them. Rodgers is 35 til December. Recently QBs have been having incredible seasons at 35 and older.
    Rodgers still has some youthful physical talent left in the tank, I wont count them out for another couple years at least.

  10. The NFL protects the diva by not calling holding on the Packers. Have for years and everyone knows it especially at Lambeau. Hard to sack anyone when you’re being held on every play.

  11. Yeah, no one talks the talk and walks the walk like Cincy, baby. Bengal football 2019, people.

  12. Bengals players are almost as bad as Steelers at not knowing when to keep their mouths shut.

  13. He’s right. Although Rodgers will take the sack he will use it to feel out the d line and protection. I can’t tell you how many times my skins would absolutely destroy him for the first quarter or so to have him come back in the second half and go untouched. He’s a very cerebral qb like Manning, Romo, Rivers etc

  14. What a silly offseason comment. Lawson got a couple of sacks against Kyle Murphy – a sixth round pick from the year before playing in his second game after Bulaga’s injury. In the prior game, Murphy’s first – the Seahawks sacked Rodgers four times. In both of those games, Rodgers led the Packers from behind to win.

  15. cheeseisfattening says:
    July 8, 2019 at 6:25 pm
    Sacks don’t count against his QB rating so Rodgers does not care about taking them. Same same as he does not care about throw aways. Its all about the hero ball and avoiding the INT with Rodgers.

    ===

    Why does it matter so damn much to you, Viking fan?

    Look up the word “obsession” in the dictionary.

  16. Liberalsruineverything says:
    July 8, 2019 at 7:39 pm

    The NFL protects the diva by not calling holding on the Packers. Have for years and everyone knows it especially at Lambeau. Hard to sack anyone when you’re being held on every play.
    ******
    Yes, with approximately 110 NFL referees and officials making up over 16 officiating squads, yet they are all schooled in the art of allowing the Packers an unfair advantage over the rest of the league. Grow Up!

  17. Lawson was in the top-10 in the league (even playing part-time as a rookie) in pressures. His sack total was low last year (his second year) due to injury. He totally abused the Packers offensive line that day and had a sack taken away from him due to penalty in that game as well as two other games.

    I admit though, I am not sure why he would bring Rodgers up.

  18. Rob Brzezinski is a Magician says:
    July 8, 2019 at 6:25 pm
    Sounds like a mediocre player had a lucky game. He can say what he wants about Rodgers because one or both of them will be out of the league before these two teams play each other again.
    ____________________________________________________________________________________________

    Lucky is when something happens once. Not 4 times. He’s a solid player who if 100%, will be among the league leaders in sacks. That is if Atkins or Dunlap don’t beat him to it.

  19. “Bengals got 6 wins last year, better than expected as you can tell by the swagger & trash-talk.”
    _________________________________________

    The Aaron Rodgers’ Packers won all of SIX games, as well. Rodgers is a well-known sack taker/drive killer. That along with #12s insistence on changing the play call at the LOS are career long problems in Green Bay.

  20. Man, judging by the comments it looks like everyone ready the headline and skipped the whole quote in context. He’s not ripping him as much as he’s praising him. By why let context get in the way of a lukewarm take?

  21. This guy played in a game where David Bakhtiari was injured and he was playing against a less injured backup (who went on IR 2 days later).

    He gets zero sacks of Bakhtiari is playing.

  22. Lawson suffered a torn ACL early in 2018. If he is healthy he may have 9.5 or more this year. Keep talkin all ye Bengals Haters if these boys stay healthy they will prove many of you wrong. Marvin Lewis is gone Taylor is setting them loose.

  23. Vikings4Life says:
    July 8, 2019 at 8:44 pm
    Which is why Rodger’s has been injured so much recently.

    It goes with the game!

    I suppose you are one of the mindless dweebs who post here and make comments like this. “QB’s are helping there team by throwing interceptions and more specifically interceptions that result in points for the opposing team.

  24. He said this on ‘Good Morning Football’ and also said “Sacks are great, but it don’t mean nothing unless you do it for 4 quarters. He came back and beat us.”

    Anything said on ‘Good Morning Football’ is a little suspect because Kyle Brandt is involved. This fool has no knowledge of football or the NFL whatsoever. Please tell me why he got and still has job at NFL Network? Jim Rome’s career went south fast when Brandt got involved. Brandt= Flaming, doofus.

    #GoPackGo!🏈

  25. streetyson says:

    Bengals got 6 wins last year, better than expected as you can tell by the swagger & trash-talk.
    ###

    The Packers had the same win total. One less than the previous year when Brett Hundley started most of the games for the Packers.

  26. Methinks he doth talk too much, though it’s not like the Bengals and Packers will play each other anytime soon anyway. By the time the AFC North ends up as one of the NFC North opponent sets again Aaron Rodgers could very well be retired.

  27. Lawson isn’t the type to stir up trouble. He just made a simple comment that is being put under a microscope for bored people.

  28. Well everyone is entitled to their opinion. In this case he supports it with some things that seem to make sense, so it is a lucid, well explained position. So really what’s the harm? I am not sure I agree with him but I bet everyone cares even less about my opinion than they seem to about his.

  29. Sacks don’t count against his QB rating so Rodgers does not care about taking them. Same same as he does not care about throw aways. Its all about the hero ball and avoiding the INT with Rodgers.
    ——
    I love that you think incompletions don’t count against qbr and that int’s are better than sacks.

  30. For those whining about Lawson, he just thinks Rodgers is easier to sack, 𝒇𝒐𝒓 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒔𝒂𝒎𝒆 𝒓𝒆𝒂𝒔𝒐𝒏 many Packers fans have complained about Rodgers play the last few seasons. Unlike the many complaining Packers fans, and Rodgers haters, he then proceeds to point out how this is not a negative, but a positive because Rodgers is so good.

  31. Liberalsruineverything says:
    July 8, 2019 at 7:39 pm

    The NFL protects the diva by not calling holding on the Packers. Have for years and everyone knows it especially at Lambeau. Hard to sack anyone when you’re being held on every play.
    ___________

    This here, Ladies and Gentlemen, is another classic example of just why Minneapolis leads the nation in tinfoil sales.
    These ranting lunatics make me laugh.

  32. gtodriver says:
    July 9, 2019 at 7:00 am

    The Packers had the same win total. One less than the previous year when Brett Hundley started most of the games for the Packers.
    _________

    So what, the Vikings went out and gave a free agent QB the biggest guarantee in NFL history, and then proceeded to notch 5 less wins than the previous year.
    Now, you tell me, what’s more embarrassing?

  33. waffles says

    So what, the Vikings went out and gave a free agent QB the biggest guarantee in NFL history, and then proceeded to notch 5 less wins than the previous year.
    Now, you tell me, what’s more embarrassing?
    ###

    What’s truly embarrassing is the Packers paid Rodgers nearly as much in 2018 alone as the Vikings will pay Cousins in 2018, 2019 and 2020 COMBINED.

    And Cousins didn’t lose a single game to the highest paid player in NFL history.

    Thanks for bringing up the compensation issue.

  34. gtodriver says:
    July 9, 2019 at 11:00 am
    waffles says

    So what, the Vikings went out and gave a free agent QB the biggest guarantee in NFL history, and then proceeded to notch 5 less wins than the previous year.
    Now, you tell me, what’s more embarrassing?
    ###

    What’s truly embarrassing is the Packers paid Rodgers nearly as much in 2018 alone as the Vikings will pay Cousins in 2018, 2019 and 2020 COMBINED.
    ________

    There you go again, playing fast and loose with the truth.
    It’s a signing bonus, it’s the way all NFL contracts are structured.
    And it’s prorated throughout the next 5 seasons.
    The sad thing is you fully understand this, (At least I think you do.) but you continue to exaggerate the numbers.

    And the truly funny thing is, Kirk Cousins has one of the highest cap hits of the 2019 season.
    He ranks 2nd only to Matthew Stafford, while Rodgers currently ranks 5th.
    You know, in the interest of truth and honesty.

  35. He was asked a question and he answered it. Truthfully and respectfully. And yet, the usual suspects are in full swing, regaling us all with their “nana-nana-boo-boo” witticisms.

  36. What’s truly embarrassing is the Packers paid Rodgers nearly as much in 2018 alone as the Vikings will pay Cousins in 2018, 2019 and 2020 COMBINED.

    ****

    It’s what you do when you have a SB Champ/MVP as your QB who still performs at a elite level… Rather then toss elite money at a guy who’s a system QB.

  37. packfanaj12 says:
    July 9, 2019 at 12:13 pm
    What’s truly embarrassing is the Packers paid Rodgers nearly as much in 2018 alone as the Vikings will pay Cousins in 2018, 2019 and 2020 COMBINED.

    ****

    It’s what you do when you have a SB Champ/MVP as your QB who still performs at a elite level… Rather then toss elite money at a guy who’s a system QB.
    _________

    System QB is being kind.
    4-26 (1-6 with the Vikings) against .500 or better teams.

  38. thegreatjimbrown says:
    July 9, 2019 at 11:49 am
    Let’s see how Lawson would do against Rodgers when he has 2 healthy legs. Rodgers was hobbled the entire season after getting stepped on in the CHI game
    ___
    Nope Rodgers was hurt last year when he was sacked by the Bears while holding the ball too long. It’s kinda the point of the story how Rodgers will take sacks.

  39. Remember when the Bills shut out the Vikings, who had literally all of their starters playing?

    Hilarious.

    Know who has never been shut out?

    Aaron Rodgers.

  40. Know who has never been shut out?

    Aaron Rodgers.
    ——–
    Actually waffle the Packers were shut out at home last year against the Lions in a game Rodgers started. I realize the entire team gave up during that game but it did mark the 3rd time in 2 years the Packers were shut out at home. gar-bage

  41. O – 59 says

    Know who has never been shut out?

    Aaron Rodgers.
    ###

    Short memory…

    0 – 31 against the Lions in his last start.

  42. Being easy to sack isn’t even the worst thing about Aaron Rodgers. It takes the dude four minutes to chug a beer.

  43. waffles says

    There you go again, playing fast and loose with the truth.
    ###

    Facts:

    1 Rodgers was paid $80 mil in 2018.

    2 Rodgers was guaranteed $100 mil at signing.

    3 Cousins was guaranteed $84 mil at signing, but that will be paid over 3 seasons.

    4 84 is nearly the same as 80 (less than 5% difference).

    5 $80 mil received in 2018 is more valuable than $84 mil spread over 2018, 2019 and 2020.

    6 100 is more than 84.

    So who is playing fast and lose loose with the truth?

    Look in the mirror.

  44. Liberalsruineverything says:
    July 9, 2019 at 12:58 pm
    Wafflestomp says:
    July 9, 2019 at 12:24 pm

    System QB is being kind.
    4-26 (1-6 with the Vikings) against .500 or better teams.
    ——————————————

    Erin is 0-37 when behind by 1 or more points in the 4th quarter to teams with winning records.
    ____________

    I’ll take that as opposed to Cousins’ dismal record at beating good teams at the start of kickoff.
    Seriously, which is worse?

    Besides, that goofy situational stat is based on when the Packers are trailing at the START of the 4th quarter.
    It doesn’t account for times they were trailing inside the 4th quarter and came back.
    Or times when Rodgers gave them the lead and put them in position to win, only to watch the defense give up the game in the waning seconds.
    Or games against good teams, like the opening Bear game last season, but because their record at the time was 0-0, that comeback simply doesn’t count.
    And I can name 4 or 5 situations just like that off the top of my head.

    There’s just way too many variables to actually read anything specific from a Dopey stat like that.
    But Hey, if it makes you sleep better at night, have at it.

  45. Know who has never been shut out?

    Aaron Rodgers.
    ——–
    Actually waffle the Packers were shut out at home last year against the Lions in a game Rodgers started. I realize the Packers entire team gave up during that game but it did mark the 3rd time in 2 years the Packers were shut out at home. gar-bage

  46. Rodgers was 25th in sack percentage last year and is 93rd for his career.

    Brees is 5th all time, Brady is 12th.

    Rodgers has gotten away with depending on his scrambling ability and his arm and risking sacks for big completions. That has worked. However, now he’s older. He’s having a harder time staying on the field and he can’t take as many hits. He needs to get rid of the ball on time more often if he wants to be elite for the next 5 years.

  47. pkrlvr says:
    July 9, 2019 at 8:54 am
    Sacks don’t count against his QB rating so Rodgers does not care about taking them. Same same as he does not care about throw aways. Its all about the hero ball and avoiding the INT with Rodgers.
    ——
    I love that you think incompletions don’t count against qbr and that int’s are better than sacks.
    —————–

    Rodgers does have a very strong aversion to INTs, which I think is good. So does Brady. The problem comes when Rodgers is playing from behind late in games. Sometimes you have to pick the time to win the game and make more risky throws. Brady changes his mode when he has to. In many of Brady’s game winning drives you will see almost interceptions, tips, etc. You have to do whatever it takes.

  48. gtodriver says:
    July 9, 2019 at 11:00 am
    waffles says

    So what, the Vikings went out and gave a free agent QB the biggest guarantee in NFL history, and then proceeded to notch 5 less wins than the previous year.
    Now, you tell me, what’s more embarrassing?
    ###

    What’s truly embarrassing is the Packers paid Rodgers nearly as much in 2018 alone as the Vikings will pay Cousins in 2018, 2019 and 2020 COMBINED.

    And Cousins didn’t lose a single game to the highest paid player in NFL history.

    Thanks for bringing up the compensation issue.

    ————-

    Cousins does not belong in any comparison with Aaron Rodgers. We can critique Rodgers, but he is still great in any case and does things rarely seen on the football field at his best. Cousins is really bad and way overpaid.

  49. It will be interesting to see how Rodgers’ sack percentage under pressure and time holding the ball changes under the new offense, as I bet the new offense calls for more short, rub plays and passes to the RB. If so, the only way his sack percentage and timing don’t go down is if he rebels against the new offense or there are O-line injuries, neither of which are too likely.

  50. The Packers had the same win total. One less than the previous year when Brett Hundley started most of the games for the Packers.
    _________

    So what, the Vikings went out and gave a free agent QB the biggest guarantee in NFL history, and then proceeded to notch 5 less wins than the previous year.
    Now, you tell me, what’s more embarrassing?

    ___________

    Embarrassing? Vikings at least had a winning record last year and beat the Pack as well. What about the Packers paying the biggest contract in history to a QB who has been hurt for two seasons?

  51. Embarrassing? Vikings at least had a winning record last year and beat the Pack as well. What about the Packers paying the biggest contract in history to a QB who has been hurt for two seasons?

    ————————

    He has a ring & the best QB rating of all time… ever. Cousins was signed to the biggest contract in history and no history to prove the worth. It’s like comparing gold to … rusty copper. Both are valuable metals, but one is obviously worth more then the other.

  52. ktm300xcwe says:
    July 9, 2019 at 2:57 pm
    Embarrassing? Vikings at least had a winning record last year and beat the Pack as well. What about the Packers paying the biggest contract in history to a QB who has been hurt for two seasons?
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Two words: Adrian Peterson.

  53. packfanaj12 lies

    Cousins was signed to the biggest contract in history…
    ###

    Cousins has never signed the biggest contract in NFL history.

    Rodgers has done that twice. His most recent record breaking contract had two full years left on it and he was coming off a major season ending injury from the previous season.

    But Rodgers wanted a new deal and the Packers caved in to his passive aggressive demands.

    Again…

  54. ktm300xcwe says:
    July 9, 2019 at 3:26 pm

    If you look at the contracts that will be given out over the next two years Cousins’ contract will look like a bargain.
    __________

    $27,500,000 in 2019. (2nd largest cap hit in the NFL)
    $29,500,000 in 2020.
    For a QB who’s had a notorious career long struggle beating good teams. (4-26)
    And you call that a bargain???
    Wow!

  55. cheeseisfattening says:
    July 9, 2019 at 1:59 pm
    Know who has never been shut out?

    Aaron Rodgers.
    ——–
    Actually waffle the Packers were shut out at home last year against the Lions in a game Rodgers started. I realize the Packers entire team gave up during that game but it did mark the 3rd time in 2 years the Packers were shut out at home. gar-bage
    __________

    Again, I have absolute no idea why you keep attributing other people’s comments towards me.
    Perhaps you’ve been wrapping the tinfoil round your head a bit too tight, ‘eh?

    Listen, whatever you do, don’t quit your day job, because you make one lousy detective.
    Your deduction skills are utterly ridiculous, and this schtick is getting old and tired.
    Perhaps pick up another hobby.
    You know, something you might actually be good at.

  56. Vikings fans should probably just … not.

    They have zero credibility and automatically lose every trash talking battle.

    BECAUSE THEY’VE NEVER WON ANYTHING.

    Thanks for coming to my Ted Talk.

  57. gtodriver

    packfanaj12 lies

    Cousins was signed to the biggest contract in history…
    ###

    Cousins has never signed the biggest contract in NFL history.

    ###

    Dude signed 84 mil guaranteed. At the time, Cousins’ deal made him the highest-paid player in NFL history. I did not say it lasted long… but it was the largest guaranteed contract, which is really what matters if you know how these contracts work.

  58. pacfanaj12 lies

    Dude signed 84 mil guaranteed. At the time, Cousins’ deal made him the highest-paid player in NFL history.
    ###

    Yes, Cousins signed a $84 mil deal. His signing bonus was only $3 mil.

    Stafford got a $50 mil signing bonus up front, $60.5 mil guaranteed and he will be paid $87 mil in the first 3 years.

    Stafford’s total deal is $135 mil.

    Cousins contract was structured differently ahead was willing to bet on himself.

    Rodgers wasn’t. He wasn’t sure if he would return to form so he forced the Packers to give him a new long term deal.

    Rodgers proved himself right last year. He is older, slower, injury prone and his skills have declined.

    He got paid over $13 million per win last year.

    Can he win another 6 games this season?

  59. gtodriver, do you have any idea how ignorant you sound? It’s like you’re the only NFL fan I’ve ever known that doesn’t seem to understand just how NFL signing bonuses or contracts even work.
    That bonuses are, in fact, spread out over the course of the whole deal.
    And you have the stupid inclination that Cousins’ guaranteed contact is any different? That he’s betting on himself?

  60. Karras71 says:

    gtodriver, do you have any idea how ignorant you sound? It’s like you’re the only NFL fan I’ve ever known that doesn’t seem to understand just how NFL signing bonuses or contracts even work.
    ###

    Karras

    I do understand how signing bonus’ work. I also understand the time/value of money. Money you get today is worth a lot more than money you get years in the future.

    Failure to understand that basic principle is why some people have money and others don’t.

    Rodgers got $80 mil in year 1 of his deal. If he invests that at a conservative return of only 10%, he will have $8+ million to spend every year the rest of his life and he will never touch the principal.

    Rodgers demanded a new deal and the huge signing bonus up front because he was afraid if he waited he would be exposed as an aging, injury prone QB with declining skills in 2018. Rodgers was right about 2018 and was smart to bilk the Packers with 2 full years remaining on his contract.

    Now the Packers are stuck with him for years to come. Rookie GM mistake – allowed by Mark Murphy who doesn’t have a friggin’ clue.

  61. gtodriver, I’m no Packers defender by any means, but when you talk about Rodgers’ declining skills after he just threw 25 touchdowns for 4,400 yards and just 2 interceptions, you make me laugh. And most of that was done on an injured leg, with a handful of rookie wide receivers.
    You can obsess and hate on him all you want, but you are still making yourself look silly.
    If you want to talk about gm mistakes, you don’t have to look any farther than at Rick Spielman. He’s the one you should be mad at for going into the 2018 offseason with no quarterbacks under contract, forcing him into making a very bad deal to land Cousins.
    A deal, that’s made it very difficult to acquire additional talent due to cap restraints, and a deal, that unfortunately, the Vikings and their fans are still stuck with over the next two seasons. Good luck with that.

  62. cheeseisfattening says:
    July 8, 2019 at 6:25 pm
    Sacks don’t count against his QB rating so Rodgers does not care about taking them. Same same as he does not care about throw aways. Its all about the hero ball and avoiding the INT with Rodgers.
    ______________

    Show me a QB that would rather take a INT or turnover vs. a sack, and Ill show you a team that has a QB that needs to learn a lot.

  63. All 42 of him criticized Ted Thompson for rolling over cap money, bit by bit, for a few years.

    When Rodgers was about to get a new deal, all 42 of him swore it would cripple the Packers’ cap for years to come.

    When Rodgers got his new deal, all 42 of him started squealing with delight that it paid out so much, so quickly. In his minds, it made the Cousins contract less-terrible.

    Obviously, none of the 42 of him understand what “front loaded” means. The Vikings are in cap trouble. The Packers aren’t, and they aren’t at risk of being in trouble anytime soon, even after paying Rodgers and signing several key Free Agents.

  64. cheeseisfattening says:
    July 8, 2019 at 6:25 pm
    Sacks don’t count against his QB rating so Rodgers does not care about taking them. Same same as he does not care about throw aways. Its all about the hero ball and avoiding the INT with Rodgers.
    ————————————
    What do you expect him to do when nobody is open? Force a throw that isn’t there for an INT? Force a scramble that isn’t there and take the sack?

  65. Waffle, do have any idea how you sound as a lion’s fan???
    Lol at that I’m no Packer’s defender comment. That was a good one. 🤣😂😂😛
    You are a funny guy!

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