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29 Fantasy Football Breakout Candidates (2024)

As the 2024 fantasy football season approaches, identifying breakout candidates is crucial for gaining a competitive edge. Our FeaturedPros have analyzed the landscape to pinpoint emerging stars at running back, wide receiver, tight end, and quarterback positions. From under-the-radar gems to young talents ready to make a leap, these players are poised to elevate your fantasy team. Dive in to discover the potential breakout stars who can lead you to victory this season.

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2024 Fantasy Football Breakout Running Backs

What RB has the best shot of having a breakout year in 2024, and why?

De’Von Achane (RB – MIA)

“It’s De’Von Achane. I’m all in on Raheem Mostert in 2024, but it would be ridiculous to be out on Achane. Achane had 11 total TDs last season, while Mostert had 21. I expect that number to balance out a bit this season, especially if an aging Mostert is limited by the coaching staff or an unfortunate injury. The hyper-efficiency isn’t going anywhere for the speedy Achane either, though I do expect he sees significantly more work than the mere 130 touches he got last season. He’s my redraft RB13 in half PPR right now. And I’ll probably move him up into the top 10 before the season comes around. Dude is a monster and should continue to ascend.”
Jeremy Shulman (Fantasy Football Universe)

“After a hot and cold first year, with the down coming through injuries, another step could be coming in 2024 for De’Von Achane. For one, at his best last season, Achane was a machine for the Dolphins. So was Raheem Mostert, but do we think Raheem Mostert is going to post 21 total touchdowns again? I see Achane logging over 1000 yards rushing, even in a split situation with Mostert at least to start, with seven to eight touchdowns as his floor if he can stay healthy. I still am willing to take that chance with Achane, who has star written all over him.”
Ed Birdsall (Talking Points Sports)

Jaylen Wright (RB – MIA)

“The best shot for having a breakout year into fantasy superstardom is probably Bijan Robinson, but since that’s pretty chalky, I’ll go with more of a longshot pick here to breakout into fantasy relevance with Jaylen Wright. Like his teammates, Mostert and Achane, Wright is electric in the open field and a home run threat every time he touches the ball. One of his best strengths is his ability to contribute in pass protection, which is critical for rookies to get on the field. I think the best way to handle the crowded Miami backfield situation is to let someone else draft Achane at his expensive price tag (consensus ranking at RB 11) and instead draft the more affordable options- Mostert (consensus ranking RB 25) and Wright (consensus ranking RB 57). While both Mostert and Achane are starters in an RBBC, both also have a history of missing games, which makes Wright one injury away from becoming a major factor in an explosive offense. I guess what I’m saying is when it comes to picking a longshot breakout player at RB, Jaylen just might be “Mr. Right” for your fantasy team, however when it comes to telling funny jokes, Mark Ringo will always be Mr. Wrong ha ha!”
Mark Ringo (Sleepers and Busts)

Zamir White (RB – LV)

Zamir White. Many thought the Raiders were another team that could address their running back spot during the draft, but that didn’t happen. They used a sixth-round pick on Dylan Laube, but he is not expected to challenge White for that starter’s job. White seems to be the guy and should get plenty of run in that role. He showed his potential late last season in an expanded role, showing three-down potential. White has a chance to get a lot of touches in year two, leading to a breakout season for him.”
Jeff Paur (RTSports)

Zamir White could break out in 2024 if he continues the same pace he had in his final 4 games last season. In his final four games, he averaged 21 rushing attempts for 99 yards per game. This equates to 4.7 yards per carry. If he is, in fact, their bell cow type of back that demands at least 15 or more touches per game, we could be in store for a Zamir breakout campaign. He has had injuries in the past, but he has also shown that he is a great running back when healthy. I would target him late in drafts for the hopes that he stays healthy enough to demand the bulk of the carries for the Las Vegas Raiders.”
Miguel ‘SC’ Romero (Fantasy Football Universe)

Zamir White is finally getting a chance to be the lead back in Vegas! Josh Jacobs is in Green Bay, and the backs behind him (Alexander Mattison, Ameer Abdullah, and rookie Dylan Laube) all have a part to play on this team but don’t pose any threats to White’s starting role. White ended last season with four great games where he averaged 99.25 yards (4.73/carry) on the ground and had two games with 3 or more receptions. This is all sure to increase with him being the lead back heading into the 2024 season!”
Adam Dove (The Fantasy Couriers)

Chase Brown (RB – CIN)

“Second-year RB Chase Brown is primed for a breakout in 2024. He showcased his abilities as a rookie, demonstrating his versatility as both a rusher and a receiver alongside a healthy Joe Mixon. Even with a hamstring injury sidelining him in October, he proved his worth and earned opportunities on the field. And he was running routes, which we love for RBs in PPR formats. One notable aspect in Brown’s favor is his explosiveness, evident in his impressive ball carrier speed on a 54-yard touchdown reception, as documented by NFL’s Next Gen Stats. During OTAs, Brown has already drawn rave reviews from his QB/HC due to his pass-catching prowess. I think he wins the Bengals RB1 job over journeyman RB Zack Moss.”
Andrew Erickson (FantasyPros)

Kendre Miller (RB – NO)

“The 28-year-old Alvin Kamara had the second-lowest yards per catch & yards per carry of his career in 2023. And 29-year-old Jamaal Williams averaged 2.89 yards per carry- third lowest amongst all RBs with 50+ rushes. Second-year Kendre Miller is finally fully healthy. He’s currently priced at his floor in drafts after looking decent in limited opportunities last year. I expect Miller to at least take over Williams’ role and complement Kamara in 2024.”
Joe Orrico (No Expert Fantasy Football)

Jaylen Warren (RB – PIT)

Jaylen Warren has a legitimate shot to catapult from a high-level flex to a low-end RB1 this season. Over the last two seasons, Arthur Smith’s offenses have averaged 31.8 rushing attempts per game (and 29.4 per game over his last 5 years). The Matt Canada-led Steelers averaged around 27.4 rushing attempts per game. The increase in rushing volume, Russell Wilson‘s willingness to check down, and the chance that Najee Harris‘ inefficiency finally earns him more bench time gives Warren more upside than ever.”
Jaime Eisner (The Draft Network)

Kenneth Walker III (RB – SEA)

“Zero, Hero, Robust, or Anchor RB – no matter your draft strategy, make Kenneth Walker III a priority. Despite the hype surrounding Zach Charbonnet last season, Walker dominated with 61% of the team’s rushing attempts in 2023. While Charbonnet saw more targets in the receiving game, Walker was still more efficient, producing higher yards and yards per route run. Expect big things from Walker in the Grubb scheme.”
Chris Battistel (Fantasy In Frames)

Jaleel McLaughlin (RB – DEN)

“The Denver Broncos backfield is a wide-open competition. However, Jaleel McLaughlin is the guy fantasy players want on their team. He impressed as a rookie, averaging 11.8 half-point PPR fantasy points per game and 6.9 yards per rushing attempt in the four contests with at least seven attempts. Furthermore, McLaughlin had the 12th-best explosive run rate among running backs with at least 75 rushing attempts in 2023 (per Fantasy Points Data). Don’t be surprised if Sean Payton views him as his next Alvin Kamara and gives the second-year player a significant workload this season.”
Mike Fanelli (FantasyPros)

Jonathon Brooks (RB – CAR)

Jonathon Brooks of the Carolina Panthers is going to be the next big rookie breakout. The Panthers aren’t exactly a roster full of offensive weapons, and with little to no competition in this backfield, Brooks has a shot to be the bell cow early on in the 2024 season and is easily the most talented running back on this roster. Chuba Hubbard, Miles Sanders, and Rashaad Penny are the players he needs to beat out to get the chance to prove himself, and that shouldn’t be a difficult task for the talented rookie.”
Aaron St Denis (Fantasy Football Universe)

“Panthers Rookie RB Jonathon Brooks is a player I am much higher than consensus on and plan on having plenty of shares in Redraft this season. Brooks is expected to be ready for training camp from his ACL injury and will be a focal point of the Panthers’ offense from the get-go. His advanced stats tied to making defenders miss and breaking tackles are elite, including an elusive rating of 140.3, avoided tackles (63), and yards after contact (3.91). He also has good hands, making him viable for immediate three-down work.”
Justin Jaksa (Fantasy Follow)

Tyjae Spears (RB – TEN)

Tyjae Spears played behind the PFF 32nd worst-ranked offensive line and stood out as a long-term bright spot on offense. Spears ranked in the top five in breakaway run rate, the top four in missed tackles forced, 11th in breakaway run rate, 12th in yards after contact per attempt, and the top five in elusive rating. Spears also had a 14% target share and finished 13th in yards per route run (YPRR) with 1.32. However you slice it, Spears was fantastic in 2023. With Derrick Henry no longer in Tennessee, get ready for the breakout season in 2024.”
Jesse Moeller (Fantasy Football Universe)

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2024 Fantasy Football Breakout Wide Receivers

What WR has the best shot of having a breakout year in 2024, and why?

Christian Watson (WR – GB)

“I’ve voiced my opinion on how Josh Palmer could be this year’s Nico Collins. But if we really want to identify a true third-year breakout at WR, I am going ALL-IN on Green Bay’s Christian Watson. He’s missed time the last two seasons due to hamstring injuries. But he’s flashed an immense fantasy ceiling when on the field. In the last 3 weeks of the 2023 season, Watson scored four TDs while averaging 17.1 points per game (3rd in the NFL). Watson had a whopping 15 end-zone targets during the regular and postseason combined (6th). Over his last 15 games in total, he still averaged 13.3 points per game – same as Ja’Marr Chase from 2023.”
Andrew Erickson (FantasyPros)

Joshua Palmer (WR – LAC)

“The Los Angeles Chargers do not have a guaranteed #1 receiver heading into the 2024 season, but Joshua Palmer has a chance to be that guy! Last year, he was hampered by a knee injury and concussion that cost him the middle of the season, but he still finished with 581 yards and 15.3 yards/reception. Of the 10 games he played, he had 6 games with 7+ targets. It was not a mystery that Justin Herbert loved Keenan Allen, and with Allen out of town, Palmer has only to beat out Quentin Johnston, DJ Chark, and a plethora of rookies to breakout and be the top receiver for Justin Herbert, Jim Harbaugh, and the Chargers.”
Adam Dove (The Fantasy Couriers)

Marvin Harrison Jr. (WR – ARI)

“Not all rookies, or even draft classes, are cut from the same cloth. Marvin Harrison Jr. is special. He’s big (6’4″), he’s fast (estimated 40 time- 4.39), he runs good routes, and gosh darn it, fantasy football analysts named Mark Ringo like him ha ha! Marvin will be an impact player on day one, imo. Kyler Murray is a major upgrade from Harrison’s QB at Ohio State Kyle McCord. In addition, Arizona’s shaky defense should create plenty of game scripts where the Cardinals are trailing and forced to pass, which equates to a lot of garbage yards/catches in the 4th Quarter. Ringo’s current ranking- WR 3! Ringo’s comp- Harrison Jr. reminds me of Julio Jones in his prime. Honorable mentions for a breakout year- Garrett Wilson, George Pickens, Jameson Williams (longshot pick), and Keon Coleman (longshot pick).”
Mark Ringo (Sleepers and Busts)

Drake London (WR – ATL)

“With the best chance of any WR to have a breakout campaign, Drake London is ready to eat. Desmond Ridder is out, and Kirk Cousins is in for Atlanta, making for one of the biggest QB upgrades by a team this offseason. Only Pitts stands in London’s way for targets, but both should thrive in new OC Zac Robinson’s offense. London should easily eclipse his career touchdown mark (6) this season, and I expect highs across the board for the talented 22-year-old. A 100 reception season is absolutely in the cards for London, who should finish as a WR1 if all remain healthy in the ATL.”
Jeremy Shulman (Fantasy Football Universe)

Jameson Williams (WR – DET)

Jameson Williams is yet to get it going in two seasons. He has endured injury issues and a suspension. But he should be starting from day one this season in the Lions’ explosive offense. He is set up for a breakout season. Williams is a big-play threat every time he has the ball in his hands and should have plenty of big games along the way this season for the Lions. He should get a lot more consistent work.”
Jeff Paur (RTSports)

Jaxon Smith-Njigba (WR – SEA)

“No more Pete Carroll means no more run-first mentality. New coach Ryan Grubb is an expert at utilizing slot WRs- we saw this during his time at Washington. Jaxon Smith-Njigba is the most versatile WR and player on the SEA offense. Coming out of Ohio State, JSN profiled similarly to Christian McCaffrey from an athletic standpoint. Tyler Lockett is another year older, and Metcalf’s skillset compliments JSN’s well. JSN was an elite college prospect and is being drafted at his absolute floor currently due to a “slow” first year.”
Joe Orrico (No Expert Fantasy Football)

“After a disappointing year one, it is go time for Jaxon Smith-Njigba. His second-year jump could be absolutely huge, with 80 catches most certainly in his range of outcomes. The Seahawks are going to do everything possible to get JSN the ball more, even if it comes at the expense of Tyler Lockett. He might just be the best-kept secret in fantasy right now, so go get him while you can before it is too late. ”
Ed Birdsall (Talking Points Sports)

Keon Coleman (WR – BUF)

“Aside from Marvin Harrison Jr., is there a rookie with a better chance to reach 100 targets than Keon Coleman? How about high-quality targets (sorry, Malik Nabers)? The Bills’ top two receivers from recent years are gone, and Coleman was drafted to fill the void immediately. Barring injury, I believe the rookie’s floor is as a low-end WR3 with the potential to be a weekly WR2.”
Jaime Eisner (The Draft Network)

Zay Flowers (WR – BAL)

Zay Flowers is primed for a breakout season in 2024, with the potential to be a weekly WR1 for the Ravens. Following a strong rookie year where he led the team with a 24% target share and over 1,000 receiving yards (regular and post-season), he is projected to see a significant increase in targets, potentially reaching around 140 in 2024. The departure of Odell Beckham Jr. and the inconsistency of Rashod Bateman further solidified his role as Baltimore’s go-to receiver. With the Ravens’ offense shifting to a more pass-heavy scheme under Todd Monken, Flowers is set to thrive and be a key fantasy asset.”
Chris Battistel (Fantasy In Frames)

George Pickens (WR – PIT)

George Pickens has been a popular breakout candidate this offseason, and for good reason. The Pittsburgh Steelers traded away Diontae Johnson, replacing him with third-round rookie Roman Wilson, making Pickens the team’s unquestioned No. 1 wide receiver. He was the WR13, averaging 14.5 half-point PPR fantasy points per game, posting the eighth-highest fantasy points per route ran rate (0.49) among wide receivers with at least 110 routes (per Fantasy Points Data) in the four contests without Johnson last year. Pickens should put up even better numbers catching passes from Russell Wilson and Justin Fields.”
Mike Fanelli (FantasyPros)

“I was never a big George Pickens guy. He always seemed like he was better at putting up flashy catches than fantasy points. After splitting inaccurate Kenny Pickett targets with Diontae Johnson in 2023, he now finds himself the lone reliable target for newly acquired Russell Wilson. Pickens will have to work on being more consistent if he hopes to become the new target hog in Pittsburgh; if he can take that step forward, this situation has the makings of a monster fantasy season.”
Aaron St Denis (Fantasy Football Universe)

Tank Dell (WR – HOU)

Tank Dell could be the receiver to roster from the Houston Texans. Their quarterback, C.J. Stroud, loves this young speedy wide receiver. In the four games prior to his injury, he was averaging just under 11 targets per game while having six receptions per game. Plus, he averaged 92 yards per game in those four weeks prior to his injury. Yes, the team acquired star receiver Stefon Diggs, but I believe that eats away from Nico Collin’s productivity more than Dell. Diggs and Collins will demand the outside, while Dell will control the underneath routes and everything in the middle. I say it again, Stroud loves Tank Dell, that’s his guy. If healthy, Dell could be the breakout receiver in 2024 and the receiver to roster from the Houston Texans.”
Miguel ‘SC’ Romero (Fantasy Football Universe)

Malik Nabers (WR – NYG)

“Giants Rookie WR Malik Nabers is another rookie that will be fantasy viable from Day 1 in New York. I’ve seen him ranked as a WR3 by many, but I’m drafting him continuously in early Best Ball drafts with the expectation of him delivering high-end WR2 production. Nabers target share might approach 10 per game, and with his ability to accelerate and change direction, separate, along with elite footwork, he gives the Giants a much-needed playmaker. Nabers was #1 in this rookie class in yards per route run at 3.64 and led college football with 34 catches of 20+ yards in 2023. ”
Justin Jaksa (Fantasy Follow)

2024 Fantasy Football Breakout Quarterbacks/Tight Ends

What QB or TE has the best shot of having a breakout year in 2024, and why?

Kyle Pitts (TE – ATL)

“Fantasy players have waited years for Kyle Pitts to have a breakout season. Thankfully, it will finally happen this year. The former Florida star ranked first among tight ends in air-yards share (24.9%) in 2023 (per Fantasy Points Data). Furthermore, he was the only player with a double-digit aDOT (11.9) among tight ends with at least 25 targets last season. More importantly, Pitts should see his target-per-route run rate take off with the addition of Kirk Cousins, as the veteran quarterback loves his tight ends. Don’t be surprised if Pitts is the overall TE1 in 2024.”
Mike Fanelli (FantasyPros)

“The Falcons ponied up for the best QB in free agency when they went out and signed veteran Kirk Cousins to a huge deal. Captain Kirk will be the best QB that Kyle Pitts has ever played with, and the upgrade should help the Falcons’ offense boldly go where no man has gone before: The end zone ha ha! Atlanta also changed the coaching staff (new head coach Raheem Morris and new offensive coordinator Zac Robinson), which should lead to a more pass-oriented offense. Pitts was unstoppable in college, and as long as he and Cousins can stay healthy, it’s logical to think that Pitts will not only dominate this season but for many years to come. “Helm, lock phasers on Kyle Pitts (one of Ringo’s favorite draft targets in 2024)…..Fire Mr. Sulu!” Honorable mentions for a breakout year- Dalton Kincaid.”
Mark Ringo (Sleepers and Busts)

Anthony Richardson (QB – IND)

Kyle Pitts and Dalton Kincaid are great picks, but I’m going to go with QB Anthony Richardson. We saw what he could do in a small sample last season, working in Shane Steichen’s offense. We saw what Garnder Minshew was able to accomplish there as well. Now he’s got weapons at every level of the passing game with the addition of Adonai Mitchell and a healthy Jonathan Taylor. We worry about Richardson’s running style and potential injury, but that’s the only downside here. With a QB2 and a QB4 finish in his only two complete games last season, the sky is the limit if only Richardson can stay off the trainer’s table.”
Jeremy Shulman (Fantasy Football Universe)

Anthony Richardson played 2 full games in 2023. He scored 22.9 and 31.6 fantasy points in them. He left a third game early due to injury but rushed in 4 TDs, scoring 12.5 fantasy points per game- just from rushing alone- in those first three games played. Shane Steichen will use AR around the goal line as he did with Hurts in Philly. AR will likely lead all QBs in high-value touches. QB1 overall is not out of the question for the second-year stud.”
Joe Orrico (No Expert Fantasy Football)

Will Levis (QB – TEN)

“The Titans are turning the offense over to Will Levis. Derrick Henry is no longer around, and the team added more talent to the passing game. So the Titans offense could be a lot more pass-heavy this year. Levis has Calvin Ridley, DeAndre Hopkins, and Tyler Boyd as his top three receivers. He also has two good pass-catching backs on his side, Tony Pollard and Tyjae Spears. Levis has some great pieces in place to help him elevate his play in year two. He already showed his big potential his rookie year, showing he is more than capable of carrying an offense.”
Jeff Paur (RTSports)

“When the Tennessee Titans drafted Will Levis in the 2nd round of the NFL Draft, the fantasy community was lukewarm about his prospects, to say the least. He was thrust into action in Week 8 and threw four touchdowns in his first game, but results were mixed the rest of the season. This year, Tennessee is going to transition from a team centered around Derek Henry to a team that will sling the rock with their strong-armed quarterback. Levis will breakout because the team is backing up their desire to throw the ball with the signings of pass-catching back Tony Pollard, excellent receiver Calvin Ridley to pair with DeAndre Hopkins, and one of the best WR3s in the NFL in Tyler Boyd.”
Adam Dove (The Fantasy Couriers)

“Titans QB Will Levis is a player I’ve been high on since his time at Kentucky. He actually ran quite a bit in college, and that was one reason I liked his prospects for fantasy as a pro. With that being said, it’s actually his big arm and veteran weapons that could help with a breakout this season. The Titans have positioned a staple of WRs and RBs who can catch alongside Levis, who had one of the league’s best average depth of target (11.1 yds) while having to deal with one of the highest drop rates (8.6). Levis can definitely outperform his current draft position as QB24 and provide some value in Superflex/2 QB leagues.”
Justin Jaksa (Fantasy Follow)

Jayden Daniels (QB – WAS)

Jayden Daniels played five seasons of college ball, totaling 55 games. He’s ready to go as a passer, more so than we traditionally see from most rookie passers. And his ability to add value as a rusher makes him the perfect late-round QB to draft. Daniels can thrive in a familiar Kliff Kingsbury system with underrated weapons already entrenched at the skill positions. During his college career, the No.2 overall pick rushed for over 3,300 yards – 60 rushing yards per game. Last year’s third quarterback selected, Anthony Richardson, also averaged 60 rushing yards per game in the college ranks. Among the crop of rookie QBs, Daniels has BY FAR the best chance of finishing as a fantasy QB1 in 2024. We saw Kingsbury work his magic with Kyler Murray en route to an Offensive Rookie of the Year award. Murray was QB7 overall in his rookie season. He finished as the QB12 in points per game as a rookie, third in carries, and second in rushing yards.”
Andrew Erickson (FantasyPros)

Chigoziem Okonkwo (TE – TEN)

“I’ve got my eye on Chigoziem Okonkwo emerging as a bonafide TE1 this season. Okonkwo had a 15.7% target share in games Will Levis started and finished last season. I also expect the Titans to throw a lot more in the post-Mike Vrabel/Derrick Henry era. After averaging 27.9 pass attempts per game over the last two seasons, expect Tennessee to be well into the 30s this year. That means Okonkwo should be in line for a new career high in targets even with new WR weapons in town.”
Jaime Eisner (The Draft Network)

Luke Musgrave (TE – GB)

Luke Musgrave flashed his potential in 2023 with 34 receptions for 352 yards in just 11 games. His yards per route run (YPRR) were solid for a rookie, showing he’s ready to take the next step. Musgrave’s catch rate was impressive, making him a reliable target for Jordan Love. With Love set to improve in his second year and the Packers focused on developing their young offensive talents, Musgrave is primed to become a key weapon in Green Bay’s passing attack.”
Chris Battistel (Fantasy In Frames)

Bryce Young (QB – CAR)

“Could this be the breakout campaign for the former number one overall pick Bryce Young? Last season, the offense was horrible, just all-around bad. This season, they brought in a veteran receiver with excellent route running, Diontae Johnson, to demand targets. Plus, they added big receiving threats in the strong route runner Xavier Legette and the versatile tight end Ja’Tavion Sanders. Last season, Young had under 3,000 passing yards with 10 interceptions to only 11 touchdowns. The interceptions definitely need to go down, as 10 is too many for any quarterback, but if he continues to have 10 again, then at minimum, he needs 20 passing touchdowns. This new arsenal of weapons should allow him to do that. Young is on the smaller frame when it comes to the “prototypical size” of quarterbacks, so having these mammoth receivers for him should do well, increasing his odds for a possible breakout campaign.”
Miguel ‘SC’ Romero (Fantasy Football Universe)

Dalton Kincaid (TE – BUF)

“This one is easily Dalton Kincaid of the Buffalo Bills. Stefon Diggs has moved on to Houston, and the Bills now sport a receiving corps of Khalil Shakir, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, and KJ Hamler. Josh Allen is going to throw early and often, and with no reliable pass-catchers outside of running back James Cook, it’s going to be up to Kincaid to take a massive leap forward in his second season. Kincaid should finish the season as the Bills’ leader in receptions and receiving yards, or else something has gone wrong for him. This is a Kincaid smash-spot.”
Aaron St Denis (Fantasy Football Universe)

“It feels like the only way Dalton Kincaid doesn’t have a monster season is by pure mistake. The Buffalo Bills offense has 241 targets available, just with the departures of Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis this offseason, and Kincaid stands to benefit greatly. He profiles as a target monster for the Bills, and there is no way he won’t put up at minimum six to seven touchdowns in 2024 with at least 75-80 catches.”
Ed Birdsall (Talking Points Sports)

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