Best offensive lines in the NFL ranked for 2021

Super Bowl 55 highlighted just how important a good offensive line is when it comes to winning it all in the NFL. As we head into the 2021 NFL season, who are the best offensive lines in the league, and which units sit near the bottom of our rankings and could struggle when the action begins in September?

These rankings were produced based on a statistical analysis of the projected starting unit using data from Sports Info Solutions.

Offensive Line Rankings: 21-32

Which offensive line groups rank in the bottom 12 in 2021?

32) Pittsburgh Steelers

There is ample uncertainty surrounding the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line in 2021. A unit that has been among the best in the NFL in the past decade is in flux in 2021.

Chukwuma Okorafor was a solid option at right tackle but appears set to slide over to left tackle, where he will need time to settle. Kevin Dotson started just four games as a rookie in 2020 but could start at left guard in 2021. Zach Banner is penciled in at right tackle, having started just two games in his career. Kendrick Green could start as a rookie at center, replacing Maurkice Pouncey after his 10-year career.

The only known quantity on this line was right guard David DeCastro, but the Steelers released him on June 24. Suddenly, there is even more uncertainty on this line as all of the names that have made it a strong unit are now gone. The options to replace DeCastro at right guard are not going to be a major improvement. On the surface, this unit looks like a league-average group at best, and with an aging quarterback behind them, this could quickly turn into a complete disaster.

31) Carolina Panthers

When we look back at the 2021 NFL Draft in the coming years, the Carolina Panthers not addressing their offensive line could easily stand out as one of the more questionable decisions. While they retained Taylor Moton on the franchise tag at right tackle, Cameron Erving is set to start at left tackle. Erving’s 1.7% run stuff rate is among the bottom 10 for players who played more than 100 snaps in 2020.

An interior grouping of Matt Paradis, Pat Elflein, and John Miller does not give the line a huge boost. Paradis struggled in the run game with 14 blown blocks, tied for the third most. Meanwhile, Elflein’s blown block rate of 4% placed him as the seventh-worst interior offensive lineman in 2020.

30) Atlanta Falcons

Considering the talent in terms of draft capital on the Atlanta Falcons offensive line, the results so far have been poor. Kaleb McGary needs to improve, having tied for the seventh-worst in terms of blown blocks (34) at the tackle position. Chris Lindstrom and Jake Matthews both had solid seasons in 2020, but neither produced the elite returns you would expect from a first-round offensive lineman.

The biggest issue for the Falcons comes at their left guard and center pairing. The departure of Alex Mack and James Carpenter leaves Matt Hennessy potentially partnering with Matt Gono. Hennessy had a 4.5% blown block rate in pass protection, while Gono was over 7%, largely playing at right tackle. Josh Andrews could improve that left guard position if he can beat out the rest of the Falcons’ OL depth chart.

29) Houston Texans

The fact that the Houston Texans are even close to the bottom of this list with Laremy Tunsil at left tackle says a lot about how poorly they have built their offensive line. Tunsil is one of the best OTs in the league who anchors the left side nicely, along with Max Scharping at guard. However, to the right of them is a handful of players who appear to be major concerns.

The additions of Justin Britt and Marcus Cannon have the potential to improve this line considerably in 2021. However, neither played in 2020, so both could need time to adjust back to the speed of the NFL. Having two such players next to each other at center and right guard could present a weakness for teams to exploit.

Tytus Howard is expected to start at right tackle, and he had issues both in terms of blown blocks and penalties in 2020. If the Cannon-Britt combination is slow to acclimate back to the league, that right side of the line could be heavily pressured early in the season.

28) New York Giants

The New York Giants invested heavily in their offense in the past offseason, but their offensive line is a glaring concern. Andrew Thomas struggled in pass protection as a rookie, with his 6.5% blown block rate ranking second among offensive linemen to play at least 200 snaps. Having started 15 games as a rookie, there is certainly the potential for improvement, but that improvement needs to be massive and immediate.

At right tackle, Matt Peart played just 150 snaps as a rookie. If he starts, there could be growing pains on that side of the line. Nate Solder does not present a huge upgrade on his return, leading all offensive linemen in blown pass blocks (40) in 2019.

On the interior of the OL, Nick Gates and Zach Fulton are solid options at right guard and center. Both performed well in 2020 and should be a more than competent pairing. If Will Hernandez wins the left guard role and can stay healthy, that creates a solid interior group. The concern grows if Shane Lemieux wins the job — he struggled in both pass and run blocking as a rookie last season.

27) Cincinnati Bengals

The decision to select Ja’Marr Chase over Penei Sewell could be debated for many years in Cincinnati. Current left tackle Jonah Williams struggled at times in his first year in the NFL, allowing 7 sacks and the third-highest run stuff rate among qualified offensive tackles. If Williams does not improve in his second season, a lot of eyebrows could be raised in Cincinnati’s fan base.

Xavier Su’a-Filo looks set to start at left guard, having played a total of just 600 snaps over the past two seasons. His 4.4% blown block rate in the run game was the fifth-worst among qualified interior offensive linemen. That combined with a 5% rate for Williams could make for a concerning left side of the line in the run game.

Riley Reiff brings veteran experience at right tackle, while Trey Hopkins was a mid-tier center in 2020. Rookie Jackson Carman could start at right guard, giving the Bengals a relative unknown at the position. If he struggles, it could impact the play of Reiff and Hopkins beside him.

26) Minnesota Vikings

One of the toughest offensive lines to judge heading into the 2021 NFL season is the Minnesota Vikings. The returning four of Brian O’Neill, Dakota Dozier, Garrett Bradbury, and Ezra Cleveland all ranked in the middle of the NFL at their respective positions in 2020. Of the four, Bradbury struggled the most with 39 blown blocks, including a league-leading 22 blown pass blocks.

The addition of Christian Darrisaw adds talent, but he may need time to settle. The range of outcomes for a rookie offensive lineman is vast. He could settle straight in as we saw Mekhi Becton and Tristan Wirfs do, or he could see similar struggles to Andrew Thomas. If Darrisaw does play well, this unit could finish the season around the league average. Yet, if he struggles, Kirk Cousins and Dalvin Cook could be in for a tough year.

25) Las Vegas Raiders

The decisions the Las Vegas Raiders made with their offensive line this offseason were head-scratching. Shipping off Rodney Hudson leaves them with Andre James starting (who did not play a single offensive snap in 2020). They also traded away Trent Brown, which made more sense when they drafted Alex Leatherwood in the first round, but it adds more inexperience to this group.

The other three positions will likely be manned by Kolton Miller, Denzelle Good, and Richie Incognito. Good struggled at times in pass protection last year, but the midseason shift from tackle to guard will not have been a simple process. He will be joined at guard by the returning Incognito, who has been a solid presence throughout his career. However, his age is a concern, having missed 18 games in the past two seasons.

Kolton Miller is realistically a league-average left tackle. Unfortunately, that is a huge factor preventing this Raiders’ offensive line from being considered among the best in the NFL heading into 2021. With two unknowns and three “solid but unspectacular” players, it is hard to see how this line finishes much above league average at best this season.

24) New York Jets

The left side of the New York Jets offensive line can be among the best pairings in the entire league. If Alijah Vera-Tucker can fit in seamlessly next to the impressive Mekhi Becton, we could see the Jets much higher in offensive line rankings next season. Becton was a dominant force in the run game as a rookie, with just 2 blown blocks in 272 run-game snaps, and should see further improvement in his pass blocking in 2021.

The concerns with this line are from the center across to right tackle. George Fant was good in the run game but was responsible for 15 blown pass blocks last season. In contrast, Connor McGovern and Greg Van Roten performed well in pass blocking but struggled at times in the run game. While the left side of the line has potential, the right side is more limited.

23) Jacksonville Jaguars

When it comes to the Jacksonville Jaguars offensive line, it is a contrasting story of the interior compared to the tackles. At center, Brandon Linder is one of the best interior linemen in the league. In 500 snaps in 2020, he allowed just 1 blown block and committed a single penalty. He is ably supported by the combination of A.J. Cann and Andrew Norwell. Combined, they had just 28 blown blocks in over 1,500 snaps.

Unfortunately, it is a markedly different situation for the offensive tackles. Cam Robinson received the franchise tag this offseason, but he struggled at times. He had 31 blown blocks in passing snaps and a further 10 blown blocks in the run game. He was also credited with 5 penalties and allowing 11 sacks. Opposite him, Jawaan Taylor was called for 6 penalties and allowed 14 sacks on 41 blown pass blocks.

22) Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins offensive line is very much a story of potential. Austin Jackson started 12 games as a rookie, with Solomon Kindley starting 13. Both had their struggles in their first year in the NFL, but there were signs that they can develop into a solid combination on the left side of the line.

On the right side of the line, Robert Hunt started 11 games at tackle, with Jesse Davis spending the majority of his time at guard. Both are expected to start, but we could see Hunt move inside, and Davis return to a starting role at tackle. Hunt was also a rookie in 2020 and posted a blown block rate of just 1.9% across passing and rushing snaps.

The arrival of Matt Skura sees a player looking to redeem himself after a tough season in Baltimore. Skura is tied for the most experience with Davis at four years and could tie together a line that will be looking to develop in 2021. It would not be surprising to see this group sitting much higher in our rankings of the best NFL offensive lines following the 2021 season.

21) Chicago Bears

As a group, the Chicago Bears performed reasonably well in 2020, but there are some fluctuations they will have to deal with. The departures of Bobby Massie and Charles Leno Jr. will see the Bears open the season with a brand new pairing at tackle. Germain Ifedi produced a solid performance splitting time between guard and tackle last season, with just 2 sacks and zero run stuffs allowed. He will be paired with Teven Jenkins, who is expected to need some time to settle in at left tackle.

They will return the combination of Alex Bars and James Daniels at guard and Cody Whitehair at center on the interior. All three performed well on the field, with a blown block rate below 2%, but Daniels and Bars started just 13 games combined last season. They will be under pressure as a trio, especially if Jenkins struggles as a rookie at left tackle.

OL Rankings: 11-20

Which teams sit in the middle tier for the best offensive line groups in the NFL in 2021?

20) Seattle Seahawks

Seattle’s offensive line has been in sharp focus throughout this offseason. Largely viewed as the reason for Russell Wilson’s desire to be traded, the group is not as bad as many have made it out to be. Duane Brown is in the region of the top 10 OTs in the league, and Brandon Shell is a more than competent piece opposite him. They combined for just 24 blown blocks on over 1,600 snaps last season.

In terms of the interior group, Damien Lewis struggled with 30 blown blocks, 9 penalties against him, and 5 run stuffs credited to him. Ethan Pocic and Gabe Jackson performed better than Lewis in 2020, and the group is by no means as poor as stipulated during recent months.

19) Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles offensive line is a conundrum as to how it will perform in 2021. The combination of Jason Kelce, Brandon Brooks, and Lane Johnson is a talented trio on the right side. Kelce and Johnson both had strong showings in 2020, but Johnson could only manage seven games and 385 snaps. Brooks missed the entire 2020 campaign, and now over 30, there will be concerns about how he bounces back. The health of Johnson and Brooks is a primary concern for this trio.

The left side of the line is a  relatively unknown quantity. Isaac Seumalo enjoyed a strong outing, ending the season as the starting left guard, which is a role he should reprise in 2021. His partner will be Andre Dillard, who was a first-round pick in 2019. Dillard did not play in 2020 after starting four games in 2019. His performance could make or break this line in terms of their ranking in 2021.

18) Tennessee Titans

Tennessee will return a core inside group of Ben Jones, Rodger Saffold, and Nate Davis that produced solid results in 2020. Jones and Davis are largely league average; Saffold sits in the next tier. Jones and Davis combined for 27 blown blocks on run plays last season, which for an offense revolving around Derrick Henry is a clear area for improvement.

The real test for this Tennessee offensive line will come outside at tackle. Taylor Lewan has been a key player, but he is entering his age-30 season — and he missed 15 games in the last two seasons. If he struggles to remain on the field, this group could look vulnerable. His partner will likely be rookie OT Dillon Radunz. There will be a sharp learning curve for Radunz after being selected out of North Dakota State in the FCS.

17) Detroit Lions

The Detroit Lions offensive line has the potential to finish the 2021 season as one of the best in the NFL. Adding Penei Sewell to Taylor Decker at left tackle can be the best tackle combination in the league. Combine that with Frank Ragnow at center, and the framework is there for the Lions to be a formidable group up front. Ragnow and Decker combined for a total of 15 blown blocks over 1,800 snaps. Sewell’s transition to right tackle could see him struggle at times in 2021.

The guard position is where the question marks really come. Halapoulivaati Vaitai was credited with 8 sacks and a 3.9% blown block rate last season. However, he took snaps at both guard and tackle in 2020. With the ability to settle at guard and remain there, we could see Vaitai develop significantly in 2021. At left guard, Jonah Jackson produced a solid rookie season. If he can develop in 2021, this line could be near the top of the offensive line rankings after the 2021 season.

16) Buffalo Bills

This Buffalo Bills offensive line is a bit of an enigma. On one hand, they are returning five linemen from last year, which is a huge plus. That consistency among a unit is huge. The downside is that outside of Mitch Morse and Daryl Williams, some of their numbers leave areas for improvement.

Dion Dawkins had more blown blocks (32) than Morse and Williams combined (30). At 6 sacks, he led the team with a sack percentage of 1%. The competition at guard will likely be between Jon Feliciano, Cody Ford, and Ike Boettger. Of those three, Feliciano was the best, with a blown block percentage of 3%. None of them are bad options, but all need to develop if this Bills offensive line is to be among the best in the NFL in 2021.

15) San Francisco 49ers

With two tackles that ranked inside Pro Football Network’s top 20 OTs, the 49ers have a fantastic base in Mike McGlinchey and Trent Williams. Williams was his usual solid self in 2020, but McGlinchey struggled. His 3.6% blown block rate was not exceptionally high, but he was credited with 5 holding penalties and a combined 12 sacks and run stuffs.

The interior of the line is largely average — they return Laken Tomlinson and Daniel Brunskill at guard. Both played over 1,000 snaps last season with a total of 57 combined blown blocks. Alex Mack at center will join them. Mack will be playing for his third different team, having spent seven years in Cleveland and five in Atlanta. Once considered the best center in the league, Mack is now around league-average at the position.

14) Denver Broncos

It is a shame that we will not see Ja’Wuan James suit up for the Denver Broncos in 2021. A combination of James and the impressive Garett Bolles at tackle could have been formidable. Bolles took a huge step in 2020, finishing the year with just 10 blown blocks, resulting in a combined 2 sacks and run stuffs. Instead, he will be partnered with Bobby Massie, who has room for improvement this year.

There is consistency on the interior with Graham Glasgow, Dalton Risner, and Lloyd Cushenberry. Risner was not credited with a single penalty in 2020, while Glasgow produced solid numbers across the board. Cushenberry appears to be the weakness, having posted 36 blown blocks and allowing 11 combined sacks and run stuffs. Look for Quinn Meinerz to push Cushenberry for that starting role in camp.

13) Arizona Cardinals

Arizona has put together a solid group across their offensive line. The addition of Rodney Hudson anchors a group that has a lot of talent surrounding him. Hudson was a top-10 option at the center position last season and has missed just one game in the last five years.

The group of D.J. Humphries, Justin Pugh, Justin Murray, and Kelvin Beachum is a good group that does not stand out for any significant reason, other than Humphries being one of the highest-paid tackles in the NFL. The group combined to allow 11 sacks and 9 run stuffs on over 3,500 total snaps.

12) Indianapolis Colts

Losing left tackle Anthony Castonzo is the only thing that stands between the Colts and a top-10 ranking among the best offensive lines heading into 2021. They signed Eric Fisher, who could be an adequate replacement, but he could start the year on the PUP list. That leaves Sam Tevi, Julién Davenport, or Jake Benzinger starting at left tackle to open the season.

The remaining four are a fantastic combination. Ryan Kelly ranks among the best centers in the game, while Quenton Nelson was named PFN’s top interior offensive lineman. They are complemented by Braden Smith and Mark Glowinski, who are both slightly above league-average at their position. Kelly, Nelson, and Smith had a combined 49 blown blocks on nearly 3,000 snaps. Glowinski played slightly worse with 26 blown blocks at a rate of 2.6%.

11) Los Angeles Chargers

Individually, the Chargers arguably have the best offensive line collection in the NFL in 2021. The concern is the cohesion between the unit. Only Bryan Bulaga returns from 2020, and he managed just 421 snaps. The other four projected starters are all new additions who will need time to gel.

Still, all of them are very talented. Corey Linsley is one of, if not the best center in the league. Both Matt Feiler and Oday Aboushi returned good performances last season. Add in the first-round selection of Rashawn Slater, and there is a lot to be excited about. One slight concern is that Slater was viewed as a long-term guard candidate by PFN Chief Draft Analyst Tony Pauline. If he struggles at left tackle, this line could fail to meet its potential in 2021.

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Offensive Line Rankings: 2-10

Which teams make up the 10 best offensive lines in the NFL in 2021?

10) Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers offensive line was infuriating at times during the 2020 NFL season. When they were good, there were not many better units in the entire league. Yet, they also had games where they looked like a shell of themselves. In David Bakhtiari, they have an extremely reliable left tackle, although he could miss the start of the season. In 725 snaps, Bakhtiari produced just 4 blown blocks and 2 sacks allowed.

Elgton Jenkins and Lucas Patrick will return on the interior of the line. The question is who will join them and at what position. With the departure of the impressive Linsley in free agency, there is a big hole at center. It will be a big ask for rookie center Josh Myers to fill that hole in 2021. The other concern is Billy Turner at right tackle. Turner had a total of 27 blown blocks in 2020, including 14 in run-blocking situations.

9) Los Angeles Rams

Much like the Packers, the Los Angeles Rams offensive line is headlined by a talented left tackle in Andrew Whitworth. In nine games, Whitworth generated just 4 blown blocks and conceded 1 sack. Still, entering his age-40 season, there is a concern that Whitworth will not be able to remain on the field all season. Saying that, his seven-game absence in 2020 was the first time he had missed a game since the 2017 season and the second time since 2013.

The Rams will also see David Edwards, Austin Corbett, and Rob Havenstein return in 2021. All three were roughly league-average at their positions in 2020 and combine to make the Rams’ unit a solid one entering 2021. In addition, the return of Brian Allen at center could be a crucial element. Austin Blythe was the weakness of this line last season, so they will be hoping Allen, who started 9 games in 2019, can provide an improvement.

8) New England Patriots

The loss of Joe Thuney is somewhat of a hammer blow to this Patriots offensive line. His departure, coupled with the return of Trent Brown, will allow Michael Onwenu to shift inside to guard. Onwenu was stellar last season but will have to be exceptional for this line not to see a drop-off from Thuney. Onwenu will pair with the returning David Andrews at center and Shaq Mason at guard. That is a strong interior grouping for New England in 2021.

The questions come at tackle and, more precisely, the depth at the position. Isaiah Wynn managed just 10 games in 2020, and Trent Brown has played just 16 games combined in the last two years. If both can remain on the field, this group could finish among the best offensive lines in the NFL in 2021. However, if they get injured, and the Patriots have to start moving pieces around, we could see some fragility in the depth options.

7) Kansas City Chiefs

Coming out of the Super Bowl, the Kansas City Chiefs offensive line appeared in tatters. Yet, they have taken several steps to improve the unit heading into the 2021 season. First, the return of Laurent Duvernay-Tardif from working in healthcare provides an immediate boost at right guard. They then added the impressive Joe Thuney, who was the Patriots’ best lineman last season.

Prior to the draft, the Chiefs traded for offensive lineman Orlando Brown Jr., who should start at left tackle. Brown posted a blown block percentage of just 1.5% last season but was credited with 4 sacks. He will combine at tackle with either Mike Remmers or Lucas Niang. Remmers was not all that impressive last season, which should open the door for Niang.

At center, the competition between Austin Blythe and Creed Humphrey could be important. Blythe struggled last season at times, but the Chiefs may not be willing to throw Humphrey into the fire straight away.

6) Cleveland Browns

The Browns will see their starting five return for the 2021 season after an impressive performance in 2020. Jedrick Wills understandably dealt with some struggles as a rookie starting at left tackle last season. He allowed 7 sacks on 24 blown blocks. Regardless, a blown block percentage of 2.6% is still an impressive start to his career.

Across the line, there are impressive numbers, with only Wyatt Teller and backup Chris Hubbard having a blown block percentage above 2%. The interior group of Teller, J.C. Tretter, and Joel Bitonio is one of the best interior combinations in the entire league. The line is then bookended by Jack Conklin, who continued his impressive play following his move from Tennessee to Cleveland.

5) Baltimore Ravens

The loss of Ronnie Stanley hurt the Baltimore Ravens in 2020, but his welcomed return in 2021 will be a huge boost. Stanley held just a 1% blown block rate before his injury. Only four tackles posted a better number in that category than Stanley.

The factor preventing this unit from ranking higher among the best NFL offensive lines in 2021 is questions over their lineup. The arrival of Kevin Zeitler and Alejandro Villanueva gives the Ravens some veteran presence at guard and right tackle.

Nonetheless, it is the center position where questions will be raised after inconsistent play last season. Bradley Bozeman will compete with Patrick Mekari for a starting role. Mekari took over from Skura last year and generally produced solid results. However, with a competition between Ben Cleveland, Ben Powers, and Bozeman for the left guard role, we could see the Ravens look to get Bozeman on the field at a new position for him in the NFL.

4) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Blocking for Tom Brady will always shine a light on an offensive line, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers line did not shy away from the glare last season. Other than Donovan Smith, all starters had a blown block percentage of 2% or below. That includes impressive rookie Tristan Wirfs, who had just 16 blown blocks and allowed just 3 sacks. Smith did struggle more, accounting for 5 sacks on 3.2% blown block percentage — 24 of his 29 blown blocks came on passing snaps.

The interior of the line was strong with Ali Marpet, Alex Cappa, and Ryan Jensen. Those three combined for 43 blown blocks on around 2,500 snaps. As a group, they were responsible for 7 stuffs and just 4 sacks. There is nothing to suggest this offensive line should not be one of the best in the league rankings once again in 2021.

3) Washington Football Team

The Washington Football Team will return four of their five starters in 2021. The only change is the addition of Charles Leno Jr., who replaces Morgan Moses. Leno has an opportunity to be an upgrade on Moses, which would make this an impressive line all the way across. Leno could slot in at the LT position he is familiar with and Cornelius Lucas switching to right tackle. Or Leno may make the switch to RT and leave Lucas on the left side.

Plying at left tackle last season, Cornelius Lucas was impressive last season. He had just 8 blown blocks in over 500 snaps and was credited with just 2 sacks. In fact, the entire remainder of the line had a blown block rate below 2%. The quality of Brandon Scherff is well-known, while Chase Roullier has become one of the best centers in the league. Furthermore, Wes Schweitzer impressed in his first season in Washington, with just 16 blown blocks on 931 snaps.

2) Dallas Cowboys

If the Dallas Cowboys can stay healthy on their offensive line, there is arguably no better group in these rankings. Zack Martin reminded everyone how impressive he is, starting games at both right guard and right tackle before his injury. The six games he missed were only the second time in his career he has missed any games.

Equally, Tyron Smith (only played two games in 2020) and La’el Collins (missed the whole season) do not deserve the tag of injury-prone. Collins only missed one game in the previous three years, while Smith played 13 or more games in the first nine years of his career.

At center, Tyler Biadasz looked the part in his four starts. In 405 snaps, he had just 5 blown blocks and was credited with allowing 1 sack. Connor Williams is the weakest link at left guard but had just a 2.7% blown block rate last season. Playing alongside the quality that this line possesses with Collins, Smith, and Martin should only further boost the performances of Biadasz and Williams.

Who is the best offensive line in the NFL heading into 2021?

Which offensive line tops our rankings as we head towards the 2021 NFL season?

1) New Orleans Saints

The New Orleans Saints offensive line has long been considered at the top of positional rankings. In Terron Armstead and Ryan Ramczyk, they have two of PFN’s top five offensive tackles. Armstead arguably had a down year in 2020 and still had a blown block rate of just 1.9%.

Those two are supported by the fantastic interior group of Erik McCoy, Andrus Peat, and Cesar Ruiz. Ruiz made an impressive start to his NFL career, with just 12 blown blocks on 691 snaps. Peat and McCoy combined for 21 blown blocks on 1,714 reps. The projected starting five in 2021 were attributed with conceding just 14 sacks last season. Therefore, they rightly take their place as the best offensive line group in our rankings heading into the 2021 NFL season.

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