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  • Why would they draft?

    他們為什麼要徵兵?

  • Why would they draft Jalen rigor when I believe Justin Jefferson was still on the board?

    我相信賈斯汀-傑弗森還在板上,他們為什麼要選賈倫-嚴謹呢?

  • If you wanted, they needed that.

    如果你想,他們需要這個。

  • They thought they needed that time.

    他們認為他們需要那個時間。

  • Type of white out is what you're gonna say.

    類型的留白是你想說的。

  • But hold on, hold on.

    但等一下,等一下。

  • I wanna back up.

    我想備份。

  • If you think about injury for your quarterback Lewis, would you split him out wide to use him as a blocker?

    如果你考慮到你的四分衛劉易斯的傷病,你會把他分到外面去當擋箭牌嗎?

  • Is that what you would do?

    你會這麼做嗎?

  • He's coming.

    他要來了

  • He had a catastrophic injury, nor would you do that.

    他受了重傷,你也不會這麼做。

  • Okay, well, see, now we'll see now.

    好了,好了,看到了,現在我們就來看看。

  • Now what we're doing here is he.

    現在我們在這裡做的是他。

  • Now you're looking for a data point looking for something to rationalize your opinion on Carson Wentz saying this?

    現在你在尋找一個數據點,尋找一些東西來合理化你對卡森-溫茨說這話的看法?

  • Well, the reason why they put him out there because they don't care, they're gonna have a block.

    之所以把他放出來,是因為他們不在乎,他們會有一個阻止。

  • Because you know what?

    因為你知道嗎?

  • They're not really worried about it.

    他們並不擔心。

  • I want to go back to last year about You said it was a miracle that he played into these layoffs.

    我想回到去年,關於你說他玩到這些裁員是個奇蹟。

  • He let me just She's not They're not doing that because they don't care about him anymore.

    他讓我只是,她不是他們不這樣做,因為他們不關心他了。

  • They're trying to manufacture offense because they don't have anybody there to manufacture offense with right, so trying to do so that's addressed back in the second round.

    他們想製造進攻,因為他們那裡沒有人制造進攻的權利,所以想這麼做,這在第二輪就解決了。

  • They use them as a blocker, and it's all because they think that they made a wise investment look last year when he pulled this so called miracle, it was against the worst division ever until this year's division NFC East, right.

    他們把他們當做攔路虎,這都是因為他們認為自己做出了明智的投資看去年他創造這個所謂的奇蹟的時候,是對著有史以來最差的分區,直到今年的分區NFC東部,對吧。

  • And he did it against pathetic teams, by the way, in the NFC East.

    順便說一句,他做的對手是NFC東部的可憐的球隊。

  • And he did it, turning the ball over frequently in the second half of games on third downs.

    而他也做到了,在下半場的比賽中頻頻在三次進攻中失誤。

  • They were lucky to win some of those games, by the way, every quarterback in the NFC East and they were backup quarterbacks.

    他們很幸運地贏得了一些比賽,順便說一下,NFC東部的每個四分衛,他們都是備份四分衛。

  • They were rookie quarterbacks, performed better against the teams.

    他們是新秀四分衛,對球隊的表現更好。

  • Carson Wentz was supposedly performing miracles against then Carson Wednesday.

    卡森-溫茨週三對當時的卡森應該是在創造奇蹟。

  • Every quarterback.

    每個四分衛。

  • His face.

    他的臉。

  • So far this season, Lewis has had a higher passer rating that Carson Wentz.

    本賽季至今,劉易斯的傳球率比卡森-溫茨還高。

  • He has eight turnovers in Eagles territory in six games so far this season.

    本賽季至今,他在老鷹隊的6場比賽中,有8次失誤。

  • Making it up that Max, I'm acknowledging that I'm acknowledging that he is not playing well, but you know what?

    瞎編,馬克斯,我承認我承認他打得不好,但你知道嗎?

  • The reason?

    原因是什麼?

  • The only reason why they won those games down the stretch last year wasn't because every team they played against stunk.

    去年他們之所以在最後階段贏得那些比賽,並不是因為他們對陣的每支球隊都很爛。

  • That's not the only reason.

    這不是唯一的原因。

  • It's not.

    不是這樣的

  • The only reason they want isn't because every other team was just saying Hey, right this way.

    他們想要的唯一原因不是因為其他球隊都在說嘿,就在這邊。

  • Greg Ward, Right this way.

    格雷格-沃德,這邊請

  • I mean this a Carson.

    我的意思是,這是一個卡森。

  • Just throw this touchdown pass.

    就把這個觸地傳球扔出去。

  • We're just gonna let you do.

    我們只是要讓你做。

  • That's not the only reason why they won the game.

    這不是他們贏得比賽的唯一原因。

  • You have to get the young man some credit due as to his ability to elevate those guys around him.

    你必須給這個年輕人一些信任,因為他有能力提升他身邊的人。

  • I do is very tough balance of the great arm, and he's tough.

    我做的是非常強硬的平衡的偉大的手臂,他的強硬。

  • He's capable of making a miracle level playing one game.

    他能夠在一場比賽中創造奇蹟的水準。

  • So we're 401 Western.

    所以我們是401西區。

  • Oh, wait a minute.

    哦,等一下。

  • We've heard your 00.1000 times.

    我們已經聽過你的00. 1000次了。

  • What I'm saying is this Excuse me, he's 27.

    我的意思是,對不起,他27歲了。

  • He's showing you his talent.

    他在向你展示他的才華。

  • You've acknowledged his toughness.

    你已經承認了他的強硬。

  • You recognize the fact that he's got a plethora of injuries that he's had to work with, and still you're sitting here with a straight face is saying the Eagles regret signing him.

    你認識到他有大量的傷病,他必須要努力,但你還是理直氣壯地坐在這裡是說老鷹隊後悔簽下他。

  • Their behavior tells me they do what behavior i e.

    他們的行為告訴我他們做什麼行為即。

  • What, you want to hear it again.

    什麼,你想再聽一遍。

  • They drafted a quarterback in the second round.

    他們在第二輪選中了一名四分衛。

  • They split him out wide to block.

    他們把他分到外面去擋。

  • He is.

    他是。

  • He got three years in a row, three years in a row.

    他一連三年,一連三年。

  • He's got quite highly questionable durability.

    他的耐用性有相當大的問題。

  • Why this block?

    為什麼是這塊?

  • What using was a block or two manufacturer?

    使用的是什麼塊或兩個製造商?

  • One plate of offense.

    一板一眼的進攻。

  • If you're that worried about his health, well, first of all, as Dan Orlovsky explain to you the other day, was a tight end and missed his assignment.

    如果你那麼擔心他的健康,好吧,首先,正如丹-奧洛夫斯基前幾天向你解釋的那樣,是一個緊身後衛,錯過了他的任務。

  • He was supposed to do that, but that's a different story for another day.

    他應該這樣做,但這是另一個故事,另一天。

  • Look, they don't regret it.

    你看,他們不後悔。

  • The Eagles right now need Carson Wentz to elevate them.

    老鷹隊現在需要卡森-溫茨來提升他們的實力。

  • When you pay a quarterback franchise quarterback money, it's to make you competitive, even when you shouldn't be to win games, even when you can't because you're devoting an enormous amount of your resource is toward that position.

    當你付給一個四分衛加盟商四分衛的錢,是為了讓你有競爭力,即使你不應該贏球,即使你不能贏球,因為你投入了大量的資源是向著這個位置。

  • Lewis.

    劉易斯

  • I get everything you're saying.

    我明白你說的一切。

  • If he was a second or third year quarterback on his rookie deal, I would get it.

    如果他是新秀合約中的第二年或第三年四分衛,我會得到它。

  • He's 1/5 year starter on a friend, You say.

    他是朋友身上1/5年的主力,你說。

  • What about Derek Carr?

    那德里克-卡爾呢?

  • But look at how good he is looking now.

    但你看他現在的樣子多好。

  • I agree.

    我同意。

  • I e.

    I e.

  • The racers did regret it.

    賽手們確實後悔了。

  • Well, you know what?

    嗯,你知道嗎?

  • I I understand your argument of, you know, elevating and making everyone else better.

    我明白你的論點,你知道,提升和讓其他人更好。

  • But see, See, that's like That's just such a convenient thing to say.

    但你看,你看,這就像 這只是這樣一個方便的事情說。

  • When you already have this preconceived notion in your head about somebody, you'll start pointing the things that will continue to support your preconceived notion.

    當你腦子裡已經對某人有了這種先入為主的觀念,你就會開始指點那些會繼續支持你先入為主的事情。

  • I think that's a football observation.

    我認為這是一個足球觀察。

  • I don't think it's true in this case, right?

    這種情況下應該不是吧?

  • Okay, listen, listen.

    好吧,聽,聽。

  • Football is the ultimate team support.

    足球是終極的團隊支持。

  • It's just this, okay?

    就是這樣,好嗎?

  • There is a lot of things that are going on in the course of a football game that will lead to success and failure, wins and losses.

    在足球比賽過程中,有很多事情會導致成與敗、勝與敗。

  • I'm not absolving Carson Wentz at all.

    我完全沒有為卡森-溫茨開脫。

  • We've all seen the place where you sit there and go.

    我們都見過你坐在那裡去的地方。

  • Carson, what are you doing?

    卡森,你在做什麼?

  • You know better than that.

    你知道的更多。

  • You are better.

    你是更好的。

  • And they told him the same thing.

    他們也告訴他同樣的事情。

  • They told him the same thing.

    他們也是這樣告訴他的。

  • But you also can't discount the fashion.

    但你也不能對時尚打折扣。

  • Look, I'm telling you from first hand, I'm telling you first hand that last year they were peace milling things together.

    聽著,我親口告訴你,我親口告訴你,去年他們是和平磨合的事情。

  • Like putting it together on a napkin, drawing it up in the dirt every week for these guys.

    就像把它放在一張餐巾紙上,每週為這些傢伙在土裡畫起來。

  • For them to just put a functional offense out there on the field.

    對於他們來說,只是把一個功能性的進攻放在場上。

  • Lewis.

    劉易斯

  • Are you serious?

    你是認真的嗎?

  • Executing at a very high level?

    執行力非常高?

  • Lewis.

    劉易斯

  • Are you hearing anything out of Philadelphia as to the amount of control or the amount of kind of compliance Carson Wentz has and running the offense, how often he changes things and and how interested he is truly and running the offense because I hear he has plenty of control over the offense.

    你有沒有聽到費城方面的消息,卡森-溫茨有多少控制權,或者有多少種順應性,以及如何運行進攻,他多久換一次東西,以及他有多大的興趣,真正地運行進攻,因為我聽說他對進攻有很多的控制權。

  • Sure, I can't sit here and give you, like a detailed explanation as to how much control he has.

    當然,我不能坐在這裡給你,比如詳細解釋他有多少控制權。

  • How Maney plays.

    馬尼怎麼玩。

  • He's changing.

    他正在改變。

  • You know how many things that he is doing on his own relative to what Doug's telling them to dio.

    你知道相對於道格告訴他們的事情,他自己做了多少事情。

  • But I do know this.

    但我確實知道這個。

  • I know Doug Peterson.

    我認識道格-彼得森

  • I do know this.

    我確實知道這一點。

  • I know Doug Peterson very well.

    我很瞭解道格-彼得森

  • I know how Doug coaches.

    我知道道格是如何執教的。

  • I know how he feels about Carson.

    我知道他對卡森的感覺。

  • I know the challenges that they faced last year at the end of the season in order to put a functional offense out there on the football field last year.

    我知道他們去年在賽季結束時面臨的挑戰,以便在去年的足球場上把一個功能性的進攻放在那裡。

  • I know that firsthand.

    我是親身經歷過的。

  • They do not.

    他們沒有。

  • They have not lost faith in cars and he needs to be better.

    他們並沒有對汽車失去信心,他需要更好。

  • But there are a lot of things that are coming together, that air, causing them to underperform and look, you can start with Carson.

    但是,有很多事情是一起來的,這種空氣,導致他們表現不佳,你看,你可以從卡森開始。

  • That's fine.

    這很好。

  • That's fine.

    這很好。

  • But if I was sitting there, I would not regret having paid him.

    但如果我坐在那裡,我不會後悔給他錢。

  • What I would be pissed off about and be ticked off about disappointed about is the fact that I can't keep all my players on the field.

    我會生氣,也會心癢難耐失望的是,我不能讓所有的球員都在場上。

  • I don't even know what our offense could possibly, because you can never have every all my guys available.

    我甚至不知道我們的進攻可能是什麼,因為你永遠不可能讓我所有的人都能用。

  • If you have a quarter of a top five quarterback, I would expect him to be at least a top 10 quarterback.

    如果你有四分之一的前五名四分衛,我希望他至少是前十名四分衛。

  • He has over.

    他已經超過。

  • I'd say the last.

    我想說是最後一個。

  • It's six games so far this season.

    本賽季至今,已經有6場比賽了。

  • Take those last bunch of games last dozen games or so that he's played been a top 15 quarterback.

    就拿最近這幾場比賽來說吧,最近十幾場比賽他都是前15名的四分衛。

  • I'm not saying he's the worst guy in the league.

    我不是說他是聯盟中最差的人。

  • I'm not even saying he's an awful starter.

    我甚至沒有說他是一個可怕的主力。

  • But a But the 15th best guy in a position was getting paid.

    但是一個但是位置最好的第15名的人卻得到了報酬。

  • Is a top five guy, especially at that position, isn't doing good enough.

    是一個前五名的人,尤其是在這個位置上,做得還不夠好。

  • It's not good.

    這不是很好。

  • Return on investment.

    投資回報:

  • Thanks for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content.

    感謝您在YouTube上觀看ESPN的體育直播和優質內容。

Why would they draft?

他們為什麼要徵兵?

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