Quarterback is undeniably the most important position in football and arguably the most critical position in all of sports. While baseball pitchers are isolated on the mound and have complete control over their own destiny similar to a quarterback, they only start one of every five games whereas an NFL quarterback is expected to play every single down of all 16 regular season games and a potential four playoff games. You could make the argument that a hockey goaltender is just as important to team success as a quarterback, but at least they have capable backups who can come in and relieve them for a game or two when needed – Aaron Rodgers, in contrast, isn’t getting replaced by DeShone Kizer in Week 8 because he needs a rest.There have been dozens of quarterbacks taken in the past 10 NFL Draft, but we’ll spare you the Ryan Nassibs and Brad Sorensens in listing the top 30 who have been selected and at least started a game. For instance, the Denver Broncos drafted Zac Dysert in the seventh round of the 2013 NFL Draft and, after serving one season as the team’s third quarterback, he was relegated to the practice squad in 2014 and cut on August 31, 2015. He spent the next two seasons on six different practice squads and that’s a story shared by most quarterbacks selected in the later rounds of the draft. Keeping with the Broncos, we’ll begin the list with a former first-round pick of the AFC West franchise.
30 Paxton LynchThrough three seasons as starting quarterback of the University of Memphis Tigers, Paxton Lynch completed 62.9 percent of passes for 8,863 yards and 59 touchdowns. He was selected 26th overall by the Broncos in the 2016 NFL Draft and is surprisingly already out of the league after playing in only five games, during which time he accumulated 792 yards passing and four touchdowns compared to four interceptions. The 24-year-old recently worked out with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.29 Brandon WeedenIt probably won’t be accurate to say Brandon Weeden is better than Paxton Lynch in a year or two, but for now, at least Weeden has proven more than Lynch, even if he’s one of the worst drafted quarterbacks to start in the NFL over the past decade. Despite being a first-round pick of the 2012 NFL Draft, Weeden is already 35-years-old, but still holding onto a job as backup to Deshaun Watson in Texas. Through 25 starts, he had a record of 6-19 to go along with 31 touchdowns and 30 interceptions.28 Teddy BridgewaterTeddy Bridgewater could have been much higher up this list had he not gone down with a dislocated knee and torn ACL prior to the 2016 season. He missed the entire year and, by the time he returned to full health, was forced to remain on the sideline due in large part to the impressive play of Case Keenum. He signed with the Jets prior to the start of this season and, after failing to beat Sam Darnold for the team’s starting job, was traded to the New Orleans Saints to back up Drew Brees.27 Lamar JacksonIt’s early in his career and he has hardly proven himself, but Lamar Jackson ranks ahead of Teddy Bridgewater based on potential and the fact he’s already being worked into the Baltimore Ravens offense in innovative and unique ways; he had 103 rushing yards and one touchdown on 20 attempts. The 32nd overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft and 2016 Heisman Trophy winner is poised to take over for Joe Flacco in the not-so-distant future and could rise up considerably on this list.26 Josh AllenJosh Allen was a safe, but unspectacular pick by the Buffalo Bills at seventh overall in the 2018 NFL Draft. Baker Mayfield or Sam Darnold might have been better options, but the Bills weren’t landing those players unless they moved up in the draft. Instead, the team took a chance on the University of Wyoming alumnus and it hasn’t exactly gotten off to a great start. Regarded for his athleticism, Allen does have three rushing touchdowns and has made a few highlight-reel plays in the open field, but he only had a 54 percent completion percentage on his passes and had just two touchdowns compared to five interceptions.25 Josh RosenIt was near impossible to put one of Josh Allen or Josh Rosen ahead of the other as they’re quite similar in regard to talent and surroundings. Both quarterbacks have promise but have few offensive weapons on their respective teams, so it’s hard to truly gauge their early-career potential. For his part, Rosen has looked below average through four career starts, but beyond Larry Fitzgerald, he doesn’t really have anyone to throw to. The UCLA alumnus had three touchdowns and five interceptions to go along with a 55 percent pass completion percentage.24 Tyrod TaylorPeople love to hate on Tyrod Taylor and while it’s true he didn’t take advantage of his opportunity in Cleveland, he was vastly underrated in Buffalo. The 29-year-old had the league’s lowest interception percentage in 2017 and actually has decent career numbers – 53 touchdowns compared to 20 interceptions – in that regard. He also has a career completion percentage of 61.5 to go along with 1,836 rushing yards and 16 rushing touchdowns. He’s prone to mistakes, but he’s much bigger than which most people give him credit.23 Robert Griffin IIILet’s be clear, Robert Griffin III could be much higher on this list had his career not been harmed by injuries. The second overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft won the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year after throwing for 3,200 yards and 20 touchdowns. He also rushed for 815 yards and seven touchdowns. His production was similar in 2013 despite winning only three games, but things really started to fall apart in 2014. Even when healthy, RGIII threw for four touchdowns compared to six interceptions in seven starts. He’s now serving as a backup to Joe Flacco in Baltimore and last played in 2016 for the Cleveland Browns.22 Jimmy GaroppoloIf we were only considering his performance prior to this season, Garoppolo would also be higher on this list as the Eastern Illinois alumnus went undefeated as a starter in his first seven career starts, while posting 11 touchdowns and five interceptions. He also had a completion percentage above 65 percent. However, Garoppolo has been limited to only three games in his first full year as the quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers and quickly realized the pressures that come with the position. He had only completed 59.6 percent of his passes for 718 yards, five touchdowns, and three interceptions through the halfway point of the season.. There are already rumblings that he may have been vastly overhyped earlier in his career.21 Nick FolesIt’s hard to believe a Super Bowl-winning quarterback could be this far down the list, but Nick Foles’ career is unlike any other. The third-round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2012 NFL Draft had a great start to his career, but struggled in year three and failed to find establish himself in St. Louis and Kansas City. He returned to Philadelphia last season as a backup and was thrust into action late in the regular season after Carson Wentz went out with a season-ending injury. To everyone’s surprise, Foles led the Eagles over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl; in fact, through three playoff games, he completed 72.6 percent of his passes for 971 yards and six touchdowns.20 Sam DarnoldIt’s only early on in his career, but Sam Darnold already looks more advanced than fellow rookie quarterbacks Josh Allen and Josh Rosen, which indicates the New York Jets might have made the right decision with the third overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. Through seven games, Darnold has led the Jets to impressive wins over the Detroit Lions, Denver Broncos, and Indianapolis Colts and had 1,552 yards passing to go along with 10 touchdowns and 10 interceptions at midseason. Like any young quarterback, he needs to refine his game considerably, but it’s clear he has the poise and intelligence required to succeed as an NFL quarterback.19 Sam BradfordSam Bradford had all the promise in the world when he was selected first overall by the St. Louis Rams in the 2010 NFL Draft, but injuries and inconsistencies have hampered the former AP Offensive Rookie of the Year’s career. Bradford registered 59 touchdowns and 38 interceptions through 49 starts with an awful Rams team and seemed to rediscover himself in 2016 as the starting quarterback of the Minnesota Vikings. He entered the 2017 season as the team’s starter and won his first two games of the season, but was replaced following another injury by Case Keenum, who became a star. Bradford is better than which he is given credit, but he’s not someone you want to rely on.18 Blake BortlesAnyone who plays fantasy football knows that Blake Bortles can put up points with the best of them. The mobile quarterback has rushed for more than 300 yards in each of the past four seasons and thrown for at least 3,600 passing yards in three of the past four seasons. However, his poor decision making has cost his team on multiple occasions; he already had eight interceptions through seven starts this season and had at least 13 in each of the four seasons prior. It seems as though the former third overall pick’s career as a starter is nearing an end, as his poor play forced the Jags to replace him with Cody Kessler in their Week 7 loss against the Texans.17 Baker MayfieldIs Baker Mayfield going to be the best quarterback taken in the 2018 NFL Draft? The Cleveland Browns certainly hope so given that they selected him first overall, but early results indicate he has a chance to develop into a Pro-Bowl-caliber quarterback. Mayfield was particularly impressive in the Browns’ 21-17 victory over the Jets in Week 3 when he came in for an injured Tyrod Taylor and completed 17 of 23 passes for 201 yards. He had six touchdowns in four starts and had a standout performance against Tampa Bay in Week 7 when he threw for a pair of touchdowns and achieved a career-best single-game quarterback rating of 104.4.16 Marcus MariotaA 24-year-old native of Honolulu, Hawaii, Marcus Mariota still has plenty of time to prove himself worthy of a higher spot on this list, but it appears as though the second overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft has already reached his peak. In his second seasons with the Tennessee Titans, Mariota threw for 3,426 yards, rushed for 349, and recorded a combined 28 touchdowns. He had only 18 the following year and four through the first six games of the 2018 season; even worse, he has averaged a career-worst 171 passing yards per game.15 Dak PrescottDak Prescott may never reach the level at which he played in his rookie season, but the Mississippi State alumnus is still a quality NFL quarterback. He has been doubted multiple times this season by the national media, especially after losses to Seattle and Houston, but has responded in an impressive fashion each time. During a two game stretch, Prescott completed 62 percent of his passes, thrown three touchdowns, and rushed for 115 yards. He now has 53 passing touchdowns, 14 rushing touchdowns, and 21 interceptions.14 Mitchell TrubiskyRookie quarterbacks don’t often live up to their draft status immediately, but that doesn’t mean they won’t. Mitch Trubisky, selected second overall by the Chicago Bears in the 2017 NFL Draft, is a testament to that fact. The North Carolina alumnus had only seven touchdown passes and seven interceptions through 12 starts as a rookie, but had 13 and six respectively through the first six games of the 2018 season. To further emphasize his improved play, his quarterback rating (97.1) was almost 20 points higher than the 77.5 he registered last season.13 Derek CarrDerek Carr has had moderate levels of success early in his NFL career, but he could find himself much further down this list if he continues to start for the Oakland Raiders. That’s because, with the recent trade of Amari Cooper, Carr barely has anyone to throw to and it’s not as though the Raiders are an attractive option for free agents right now. The three-time Pro Bowl quarterback has a record of 29-39 to go along with 16,473 passing yards, 110 touchdowns, and 52 interceptions. He’s in the midst of the worst season of his career with seven touchdowns and eight interceptions through six games.12 Andy DaltonAndy Dalton should be the measuring stick to determine a good quarterback. If a player has even slightly worse stats than Dalton or performs just about the same in clutch situations then he’s obviously not worthy of starting in the league. Despite having been a starting quarterback for the past seven-and-a-half seasons, Dalton has been mediocre at best. His numbers suggest he’s slightly above average (182 touchdowns and 101 interceptions), but his inability to make plays in big moments has hindered not only his career but the success of the Cincinnati Bengals.11 Ryan TannehillRyan Tannehill isn’t all that different from Andy Dalton, save for the fact he hasn’t had a top-five receiver to throw to during the duration of his career. The Texas A&M alumnus also missed an entire season due to injury and appears to have rebounded decently as he had eight touchdowns, five interceptions, and 972 passing yards through his first five games of the season. He also has the distinction of having registered back-to-back 40,000-plus yard seasons and now has over 100 career touchdowns compared to 70+ interceptions.10 Jameis WinstonJameis Winston was almost a forgotten man in Tampa Bay thanks to the early season play of Ryan “Fitzmagic” Fitzpatrick, but reality soon set in and Winston has once again claimed his spot as the team’s franchise quarterback – after all, he was the first overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, so it would be asinine for the team to give up on him. Winston was decent in two starts since returning from injury, although turnovers have been an issue as he had six interceptions on 113 pass attempts for a career-worst 5.3 interception percentage. However, he has shown enough in years prior with both his arm and legs to warrant this position.9 Deshaun WatsonBased on how he played as a rookie, Deshaun Watson could easily vault himself into the top five on this list in the not-so-distant future. The Clemson University alumnus was selected 12th overall by the Houston Texans in the 2017 NFL Draft and, in six starts before he went down with a season-ending injury, threw for a ridiculous 19 touchdowns on 126 of 204 pass attempts, in addition to running for 269 yards on 36 attempts. He hasn’t been quite as good this season, but he still has elite potential.8 Matt StaffordFor a brief period of time, Matt Stafford was the highest-paid quarterback in the league, but thankfully he’s now second to Jimmy Garoppolo, who is taking the rightful criticism that comes with under-performing while having that distinction. Stafford, meanwhile, isn’t worthy of even being in the top five of highest-paid quarterbacks, but he’s at least talented enough to give his team a shot almost every week. He had 230 career touchdowns compared to 124 interceptions at one point, but his 63-69 record as a starter isn’t all that inspiring given the offensive weapons he has had in recent years.7 Kirk CousinsA 30-year-old alumnus of Michigan State, Kirk Cousins was overlooked when he was selected by the Washington Redskins in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft. That’s because, in the first round, the team selected Robert Griffin III and soon after anointed him the starter. However, Cousins did his best to prepare behind the scenes and was ready for the position when called upon full-time in 2015. He hasn’t looked back either; in the past three-and-a-half seasons, Cousins has 95 touchdowns and 39 interceptions.6 Andrew LuckIn another situation, Andrew Luck might be among the best quarterbacks in the league, but unfortunately, the 29-year-old Stanford alumnus plays for the Indianapolis Colts, where he has almost non-existent pass protection and limited talent at wide receiver beyond T.Y. Hilton. Despite that, he still has a career record of 46-32 to go along with 155 touchdowns and 76 interceptions. The Colts have been a disaster this season, yet Luck has 23 touchdowns (second to only Patrick Mahomes) and 2,187 passing yards.5 Russell WilsonYou might argue that a mobile quarterback who has a Super Bowl ring and should have two should be higher on this list, but that’s just the nature of the NFL right now; there’s a ton of talent at the quarterback position and Wilson, who will turn 30 this season, hasn’t been as effective in recent years as he was during the 2015 season. He registered a league-best 110.1 quarterback rating that season but followed that up with ratings of 92.6 and 95.4. He has been good this season but his rushing yards per game are down considerably from his career average of 32.7.4 Jared GoffIt’s not always easy for fans, let alone management, to be patient, but that’s what the Los Angeles Rams did with Jared Goff after making him the first overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft – and it has paid off significantly. Goff didn’t start until Week 10 in his rookie season and was downright awful through seven starts, but in hindsight, it seems as though that was a lot to do with then-head-coach Jeff Fisher and not so much Goff’s talent. In the next 22 games since, the Pro Bowl quarterback had a record of 18-4 to go along with 42 touchdown, 12 interceptions, and 5,934 passing yards.3 Carson WentzAs good as Goff has been lately, he still has some work to do before proving he’s as good as – if not better than – Carson Wentz of the Philadelphia Eagles. Selected behind Goff at second overall, Wentz was decent as a rookie with 16 touchdowns and 14 interceptions but established himself as one of the league’s premier quarterbacks last season with 33 touchdowns, seven interceptions, and 3,296 passing yards in only 13 games. Despite the fact that he went 3-3 in his first six starts this season, he had 13 touchdowns, two interception, and has completed an impressive 70.7 percentage of his pass attempts.2 Patrick MahomesAt the rate he’s going right now, Patrick Mahomes might not even need a full season to take over the top of this list, but for the time being it’s hard to put someone who hasn’t played a full season at No. 1, even if he is on pace for a historic season. Mahomes, who stood on the sidelines last season behind Alex Smith in Kansas City, leads the league in touchdowns and is second in passing yards behind Matt Ryan. The Texas Tech alumnus also has two rushing touchdowns and over 100 rushing yards.1 Cam NewtonIt wasn’t the deciding factor in putting him atop this list, but Cam Newton’s second-half performance against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 7 certainly didn’t hurt. The former first overall pick threw for a pair of touchdowns in the fourth quarter en route to the Panthers overcoming a 17-point deficit to improve to 4-2. It was a reminder that Newton is much more than just an athletic freak of a quarterback. The 6-foot-5, 245-pound Georgia native has a subpar career completion percentage of 58.9, but he’s also a former MVP. He’s a much better passer than for which he gets credit, but it’s his rushing ability that really makes him stand out from the pack, as he approaches 1000 yards for his career.
Saturday November 10, 2018
民政部系统性腐败问题，一直备受关注。截至目前，已有一名正部级（李立国）、两名副部级（窦玉沛、曲淑辉）因此被问责。此外，福彩中心三任主任陈传书、鲍学全、王素英，两个副主任王云戈、冯立志，先后落马。 窦玉沛与李立国 2016年11月，原任中纪委副书记的黄树贤调任民政部部长，李立国则被免去民政部部长职务，自此起算，民政部系统性问题的调查已历时两年。 此前中纪委曾刊文披露，民政部系统性腐败问题与福彩中心的问题有关。 “政事儿”（微信ID：xjbzse）注意到，11月9日，中纪委官网刊文《减遏并重标本兼治重构福彩公信力》，通报：经过近两年的努力，基本完成了福彩领域的重要问题线索处置工作，查清了福彩领域有关违纪违法事实，审查调查工作取得了重大进展。 “原民政部党组未履行管党治党政治责任，特别是对中福彩中心监督管理缺失，放任党员干部被不法商人‘围猎’，导致福彩领域腐败现象蔓延，发生系统性腐败问题。” “对中福彩中心领导班子违反《彩票管理条例》，集体研究同意中彩在线公司年度分红，造成国有资产巨额损失的14名责任人员予以严肃问责，其中对12人立案审查，对2人予以诫勉。查清了中福彩中心原主任鲍学全、原副主任王云戈的严重违纪事实，给予2人‘双开’处分，并移送司法机关处理。对中福彩中心原主任王素英、原副主任冯立志采取留置措施。” 上述官方消息表明，福彩中心领导班子曾经违规“集体研究同意中彩在线公司年度分红，造成国有资产巨额损失”，涉案的责任人高达14人。 “政事儿”（微信ID：xjbzse）注意到，上述消息证实了此前媒体的报道，民政部系统性腐败问题、福彩中心的问题与中彩在线有关。 中彩在线是福利彩票重要票种之一“中福在线”的独家运营商。福彩中心是中彩在线公司的最大股东。 2015年，《经济参考报》曾刊发曝光称，中彩在线公司已由名义上的国有控股企业，悄然转变为高管掌控的个人“财富帝国”，该公司总经理贺文利用职权隐瞒监管部门向其“关联方”输送利益，涉及金额数十亿元。 据廉政瞭望报道，2002年至2014年，“中福在线”的总销售额超过1300亿元。贺文被疑非法获利至少27亿元。鲍学全与贺文之间有巨额经济往来。 “政事儿”（微信ID：xjbzse）注意到，据中纪委披露，驻民政部纪检组查处民政部系统性腐败问题过程中，曾遇到阻力。 十八大以来，中央巡视组、中纪委国家监委先后向驻民政部纪检监察组移交了数十件涉及民政部局处级干部的问题线索。这些线索涉及面广，涉及人员多，敏感度强。 对此，民政部党组书记、部长黄树贤明确要求，各级领导干部要坚决扛起主体责任，决不能做“老好人”，决不能搞“鸵鸟政策”，对不作为、不担当，造成严重后果的一律严肃追责问责。 不过，据驻民政部纪检监察组副组长钟建国介绍：在长期宽松软的大环境下，一些党员干部纪律规矩意识淡薄，犯错误的同志普遍存在侥幸心理。纪检监察组最初找涉案人员谈话核实情况，绝大部分人都不承认，工作一时陷入了僵局。 以王素英为例，今年9月12日被宣布调查前，驻民政部纪检监察组先后与她谈话14次，民政部分管部领导也耐心细致地做她的思想政治工作。“但她不相信组织，不相信政策，听信所谓知心朋友指点，甚至与有关人员订立攻守同盟，转移赃款赃物，对抗组织审查。对其进行留置后，她很快就交代了自己的问题，说自己‘肠子都悔青了’”。 还有冯立志，在接受审查调查前，“民政部党组和驻民政部纪检监察组一直在给他机会。但从鲍学全、王云戈到王素英被查处，他一直无动于衷，毫无悔改之意。被留置后，仅半天他就交代了自己的违纪违法问题”。 怎么办？怎么打破僵局？ 中纪委文中介绍：“一方面是加大初核力度，有条不紊地开展基础工作，用铁的事实和证据来说话。另一方面充分利用好政策的威力，广泛宣讲监督执纪‘四种形态’。”“驻民政部纪检监察组一手抓制度规定‘软件’建设，制定完善了日常管理、监督执纪问责、干部队伍建设三个方面35项制度，强化了内控机制；一手抓谈话场所‘硬件’建设，高标准完成了谈话场所建设，含2间审查调查谈话室、2间约谈室，并配套建设了指挥室、监控室、涉案款物保管室等。”
Friday November 09, 2018
改革开放40年 那些不为人知的瞬间㉒ “按照操作规程，如果通讯中断15分钟，就应该抛载上浮，潜水器必须返航。而那次下潜，母船的指挥系统跟潜水器内部的潜航员失联近1小时！”回忆起“蛟龙”号7000米海试中发生的惊险一幕，现场总指挥刘峰至今心有余悸。 位于世界大洋最深处的马里亚纳海沟，高压、漆黑和冰冷。 入海前，潜航员们刚刚对“蛟龙”号进行一次全面的检查，确保电力、通信正常。随即“蛟龙”号被松绑，脱离母船，慢慢从海面消失。 但意想不到的事情还是发生了。 失联后，海试指挥部经过分析当即作出判断：潜水器内肯定没有问题，因为各项数据显示潜水器的设备运转正常。 最后原因查明，原来是操作不慎，潜航员按到了一个开启另一种通信方式的按钮，这种通信方式是最优先的，其它通信方式在它开启的情况下都要关闭。发现问题之后，指挥部马上重新建立通讯，潜航员们也顺利地完成了剩下的作业。 2012年6月24日，“蛟龙”号在马里亚纳海沟试验海区首次突破7000米下潜深度，随后还创造了下潜7062米的中国载人深潜纪录，同时也创造了世界同类作业型潜水器的最大下潜深度纪录。这意味着中国具备了载人到达全球99.8%以上海洋深处进行作业的能力。 挑战7000米下潜目标 深海是人类在地球上为数不多的未知区域之一。不少登山者成功地征服了珠穆朗玛峰，但探测深海的奥秘却极其困难。马里亚纳海沟，北太平洋西部马里亚纳群岛以东，一条洋底弧形洼地，延伸2550公里，平均宽69公里，那里拥有人类目前探知的地球最低点——海下11034米。 2012年6月3日上午，中国“蛟龙”号载人潜水器在母船的搭载下，从江苏出发，奔赴马里亚纳海沟。这一次，“蛟龙”号将与母船完全脱离，挑战7000米级的下潜目标。而彼时，世界同类型的载人潜水器最深纪录约为6500米。 “蛟龙”号内部构造 据潜航员唐嘉陵介绍，每次下潜前，海试指挥部会根据海底作业的不同任务选择3名驾驶员和试航员，并向3人描述下潜任务和可能遇到的困难以及相应的对策。这艘重达22吨的大家伙，其重力超过海水的浮力，一旦被“松绑”，便会一路下沉。下潜速度为每分钟30米—40米。 “这种下潜有点像黑了灯、慢速向下坠的电梯。”唐嘉陵说。他说，下潜的过程中，一开始还能看到外面有“流星雨”逆流而上，但下潜到几百米以下时外面便一片漆黑。他所说的“流星雨”是指海下自发光的浮游生物，“这些生物发出各种不同颜色的光”，加上“蛟龙”的下潜速度比较快，所以，下潜人员经常能看到一道道光点逆向飞逝，就像夜空的流星划过一样。 不要以为，下潜过程中，下潜人员只是看风景，那只是极偶尔可以享受的闲趣。在下潜中，他们要靠声纳系统探知哪有鱼洞、哪是坑、障碍物在哪，以便避开。 更重要的是要集中精力测试“蛟龙”号各个设备的参数变化，每个阶段都有一定的作业任务，总共有20余项。尤其是突破5000米到7000米的过程中，要特别留意各个设备的变化。每次海试都将持续12个小时左右，其中在海底作业时间为3个多小时。 惊险1小时 回忆起“蛟龙”号7000米海试中发生的惊险一幕，现场总指挥刘峰至今心有余悸。刘峰介绍，按照操作规程，如果通讯中断15分钟，就应该抛载上浮，潜水器必须返航。而那次下潜，母船的指挥系统跟潜水器内部的潜航员失去联系近1小时！ 当时，海试指挥部的判断是：潜水器内肯定没有问题，因为各项数据显示潜水器的设备运转正常。最后原因查明，原来是操作不慎，按到了一个开启另一种通信方式的按钮，这种通信方式是最优先的，其它通信方式在它开启的情况下都要关闭。
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Tuesday October 30, 2018
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