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  • Let's just start with the Ravens offense because this is a game they're supposed to win.

    我們就從烏鴉隊的進攻開始吧,因為這是一場他們應該贏的比賽。

  • They were playing with the lead.

    他們是在打頭陣。

  • This is exactly supposed to be the formula.

    這正是應該的公式。

  • What happened?

    怎麼了?

  • Listen, this Ravens offices slow.

    聽著,這個烏合之眾辦公室慢。

  • They have.

    他們有。

  • They have the fastest player.

    他們有最快的球員。

  • Maybe in football and everything else moves slow the motions or slow the routes develop slow.

    也許在足球中,其他一切運動的動作都很慢,或者說路線發展緩慢。

  • The misdirection is slow.

    誤導的速度很慢。

  • It's not taking your eyes off of anything.

    這不是把你的眼睛從任何東西。

  • And they're also kind of soft, like When's the last time?

    而且他們還有點軟,比如上次是什麼時候?

  • Do you remember people calling out the bullies?

    你還記得人們罵那些欺負人的人嗎?

  • When's the last time you seen anybody in the NFL walk out to the middle of somebody else's stadium and stump on that logo, let alone the Baltimore Ravens?

    你上一次在NFL看到有人走到別人的體育場中間,在那個標誌上立樁,是什麼時候,更何況是巴爾的摩烏鴉隊?

  • You think?

    你覺得呢?

  • And listen, we had bad dudes in Pittsburgh, right?

    聽著,我們在匹茲堡也有壞蛋,對吧?

  • We had dudes that walked the other people's bus toe, fight their MVPs to fight their defensive players of the year.

    我們有帥哥走在別人的公車上,打他們的MVP打他們的年度最佳防守球員。

  • But we wasn't walking on Baltimore's logo because we understood if you walked out there, half of each team was gonna have to be disqualified because we all we're gonna fight.

    但我們沒有走在巴爾的摩的標誌上,因為我們明白,如果你走到那裡,每支球隊的一半都會被取消資格,因為我們都要戰鬥。

  • Do you know what the Baltimore Ravens did?

    你知道巴爾的摩烏鴉隊做了什麼嗎?

  • They sent their 58 year old coach out there by themselves by himself.

    他們自己一個人把58歲的教練送出去了。

  • And here's the other part that I think people are missing.

    而我認為人們還忽略了另一個部分。

  • It's not like a really tough defense was the team's dumping on the logo?

    真正強硬的防守又不是球隊的甩鍋標誌?

  • Tennessee eight.

    田納西州八。

  • Tough Tennessee gets ran through defensively.

    堅強的田納西州被貫穿防守。

  • Tennessee doesn't tackle, but even them, even they feel bold enough.

    田納西州不對付,但即使是他們,也覺得夠大膽。

  • They feel physical enough.

    他們覺得身體夠用。

  • They feel strong enough that they could go test the Baltimore Ravens like that before the game and then finished the game with their big time running back, pounding the football into the end zone or their wide receiver running over 17 players on two different place and you could only have 11 on the field.

    他們覺得自己足夠強大,他們可以在賽前這樣去測試巴爾的摩烏鴉隊,然後在比賽結束後,他們的大牌跑衛,將橄欖球打入端區,或者他們的外接手在兩個不同的地方跑過17名球員,你只能有11名球員在場上。

  • This Baltimore team ain't the 2000 and 19 Baltimore Ravens.

    這支巴爾的摩隊不是2000年和19年的巴爾的摩烏鴉隊。

  • This Baltimore team doesn't walk into stadiums and scare people, and so now they stand in front the bully.

    這支巴爾的摩隊不會走進球場嚇唬人,所以現在他們站在前面欺負人。

  • They punched the bully in the mouth and dare the bully to punch him back.

    他們一拳打在惡霸的嘴上,還敢讓惡霸還手。

  • And so far, the bullies been fighting with his hands tied.

    而到目前為止,欺負他的人都是束手就擒。

  • You know John Harbaugh?

    你認識John Harbaugh嗎

  • Well, you were his defensive coordinator in Baltimore.

    你曾是他在巴爾的摩的防守協調員

  • What did you make of off of that moment, and then the entire game list today?

    你對那一刻,然後對今天的整個遊戲列表有什麼看法?

  • Look, First off, I mean, bullies don't like to be bullied When we went thio Baltimore.

    聽著 首先 我是說 欺負人的人不喜歡被人欺負 我們去巴爾的摩的時候也是如此

  • When John took that team over, we had a thing.

    當約翰接手那支隊伍時,我們有了一個東西。

  • We were gonna We wanted to build the bully, and he prides himself in that toughness and all that.

    我們要我們要打造霸氣,他以這種強硬的態度和所有的一切為榮。

  • That's what John and I, you know, going back to our college days at University of Cincinnati was the same thing.

    這就是約翰和我,你知道,回到我們的大學時代 在辛辛那提大學是同樣的事情。

  • And so what you saw here?

    所以你在這裡看到的是什麼?

  • Yes, he takes it personal.

    是的,他把它當成了個人。

  • You're on that logo.

    你在那個標誌上。

  • He takes it personal.

    他把它當做個人。

  • Ryan talked about it like, where's the rest of them fight?

    萊恩說到這裡就像,他們其他的人在哪裡打?

  • I don't know.

    我不知道。

  • You know what?

    你知道嗎?

  • I've been right there with harbors.

    我一直在那裡與港灣。

  • Yeah, And it would have taken me and harbors to whip Vrabel, though I gotta get assure you you're not gonna win that.

    是啊,如果我和哈伯斯來鞭打弗拉貝爾的話 我向你保證你不會贏的。

  • But this one right here Thistle is awful right here like this.

    但是這個就在這裡薊是可怕的就在這裡這樣。

  • Come on, Baltimore, get after it.

    來吧,巴爾的摩,追上去。

  • But the thing I'm like, I don't like this like this.

    但我喜歡的東西,我不喜歡這樣的喜歡。

  • This this isn't raving football to me.

    這這對我來說不是狂歡足球。

  • So I've got the hard time looking at it.

    所以我看得很難受。

  • But to me, the biggest difference.

    但對我來說,最大的不同。

  • And Ryan talked about it.

    和瑞安談起過。

  • 2019 team.

    2019年團隊。

  • It ain't the same team.

    這不是同一個團隊。

  • Why?

    為什麼?

  • Because they don't bully you on offense.

    因為他們不會在進攻時欺負你。

  • When they got a lead.

    當他們取得領先時

  • They put you away.

    他們把你關起來了。

  • They embarrassed you.

    他們讓你難堪了。

  • That's not what we're seeing this year.

    這不是我們今年看到的情況。

  • You know, Dan, the Titans seemed to be a little bit of what the Ravens were last year.

    你知道,丹,泰坦隊似乎有點像去年的烏鴉隊。

  • It least they were in the playoff game and they were yesterday.

    至少他們是在季後賽中,他們昨天。

  • Yeah, the Titans are exactly the Ravens think they wanna be.

    是啊,泰坦隊正是烏鴉隊想成為的。

  • You know, this.

    你知道,這。

  • This is a team, that this is what I love about the Titans the most.

    這是一支球隊,這就是我最喜歡泰坦隊的原因。

  • They never allow circumstance to force them toe waiver from who they are.

    他們從不允許環境迫使他們放棄自己的身份。

  • And that's what the Ravens were last year.

    而去年的烏鴉隊就是這樣。

  • The Ravens were unapologetic.

    烏鴉隊毫不諱言。

  • They're gonna line up, they're gonna pound the football and do whatever they wanted.

    他們會排成一排,他們會猛擊足球,做任何他們想做的事。

  • And they were committed to that.

    而他們也致力於此。

  • That's who the Titans are.

    這就是泰坦的身份。

  • They're committed to running the football and they don't allow the team that they're playing against the scoreboard.

    他們致力於跑動足球,他們不允許他們的球隊與比分牌對抗。

  • The situation of the game when it comes to the clock, they never allow that to deep that to force them to deviate from who they are, they have.

    時的情況下,他們從不允許,深那迫使他們偏離自己的身份,他們有。

  • They have a very clear identity off who they are and who they're gonna be.

    他們有一個非常明確的身份 關閉他們是誰,他們會成為誰。

  • But let me say this about the Ravens greeny because this is an important point number one.

    但我要說的是關於烏鴉的綠茵,因為這是重要的第一點。

  • They don't have a scheme right now.

    他們現在還沒有一個計劃。

  • Nor a player that anybody is scared of on their offense.

    也不是誰都害怕的球員,他們的進攻。

  • And that includes the Mark Jackson.

    包括馬克-傑克遜。

  • Right now, there is no fear on their offense that is instilled to a defense, and number two just be keeping it riel.

    現在,他們的進攻中沒有灌輸給防守的恐懼,二號只要保持里爾。

  • Lamar doesn't get to operate in Utopia anymore.

    拉馬爾不能再在烏托邦活動了。

  • Last year last year, Lamar got to operate in a utopia environment.

    去年去年,拉瑪爾可以在烏托邦的環境中操作。

  • Offensive line was dominant.

    進攻線佔優。

  • Scheme was crazy, confusing.

    方案很瘋狂,很混亂。

  • They did whatever they want.

    他們想做什麼就做什麼。

  • And relatively, things were simple at times.

    而相對的,事情有時也很簡單。

  • Easy.

    放鬆

  • That's not the case anymore.

    現在已經不是這樣了。

  • He's gotta operate like so many other quarterbacks do in the NFL.

    他得像NFL中其他許多四分衛一樣操作。

  • That players down.

    那名球員下來。

  • You got an injury there.

    你那裡受傷了

  • You got to elevate your game right now for that offense.

    你必須提升你的比賽,現在的進攻。

  • It's not happening.

    這是不可能的。

  • R.

    R.

  • C It felt like the Ravens came into this season.

    C感覺本賽季烏鴉隊進入。

  • Everybody's pick, and suddenly it feels like you could pick five teams in the A F.

    每個人都在選,突然感覺自己可以在A F中選五支球隊。

  • C that you like better than Baltimore at this point.

    在這一點上,你比巴爾的摩更喜歡的C。

  • Can they turn it around before the end of the year?

    他們能在年底前扭轉局面嗎?

  • You know what?

    你知道嗎?

  • I don't know.

    我不知道。

  • And actually, I don't think so.

    而實際上,我不這麼認為。

  • I don't I don't think they can change.

    我不... ...我不認為他們能改變。

  • I believe they are who they are and if they are going to step up and be different physically, have a different mindset that this is a team that can change.

    我相信他們就是他們,如果他們要站出來,身體上不一樣,要有不一樣的心態,這是一支可以改變的球隊。

  • And since they can't change since they can adapt, they're not a good football team, and we're gonna watch them, struggled down the stretch and maybe not even make the playoffs.

    而且他們既然能適應就不能改變,他們不是一支好的足球隊,我們要看著他們,在最後階段掙扎,也許連季後賽都進不去。

  • Thank you 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。

  • Subscribe to ESPN plus.

    訂閱ESPN加。

Let's just start with the Ravens offense because this is a game they're supposed to win.

我們就從烏鴉隊的進攻開始吧,因為這是一場他們應該贏的比賽。

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B1 中級 中文 巴爾 欺負 烏鴉隊 巴爾的摩 的摩烏鴉隊 田納西州

在加時賽獲勝前,泰坦隊在中場圍觀烏鴉隊的標誌,這也是他們的反應。 (Reacting to the Titans huddling on the Ravens' logo at midfield before overtime win | Get Up)

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