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  • I gotta ask you guys and Marcus, I'll start with you.

    我得問你們和馬庫斯,我先問你們。

  • Do you agree that outside of the Chiefs and maybe the Bills, the Ravens are the scariest team in the FC?

    你是否同意除了酋長隊和比爾隊之外,烏鴉隊是FC中最可怕的球隊?

  • Yeah, and and and and it really doesn't have anything to do for me with the talent.

    是啊,和和和它真的沒有什麼關係,我的人才。

  • We understand the talent, The defense is phenomenal.

    我們瞭解人才,防守是驚人的。

  • And then you see what Lamar Jackson is doing.

    然後你看看拉馬爾-傑克遜在做什麼。

  • It's about the mentality for me, like we talked about this team coming into the playoffs being oh into.

    這對我來說是心態的問題,就像我們談到這支球隊進入季後賽是哦成的。

  • But that was all for successful regular seasons.

    但那都是成功的常規賽。

  • They're playing in the playoffs right now, like the Ravens have been in the playoffs for the last three weeks and we've seen the switch gets flipped for this team and the way Lamar is playing and operating, and you're looking at what this team has had the ability to do, and I think it's going to bold well for these young players on this football team.

    他們現在正在季後賽中打球,就像烏鴉隊在過去三週的季後賽中一樣,我們已經看到了這支球隊的開關被打開,拉瑪爾的比賽和操作方式,你正在看這支球隊有能力做什麼,我認為這將為這支足球隊的這些年輕球員提供良好的勇氣。

  • Like understanding, playoff football is a different animal.

    和理解一樣,季後賽足球是另一種動物。

  • Knowing that sense of urgency, understanding how important it is every single play for you to try to have success, they've been having to play that way and I think the experience of Lamar Jackson losing in the playoffs prior to the way they've been having to play down the stretch, understanding where they are, backs against the wall, that dog against everybody else mentality.

    知道那種緊迫感,明白每一場比賽對你來說有多麼重要,你要想獲得成功,他們一直都得這麼打,我想之前拉馬爾-傑克遜在季後賽中輸球的經歷,他們一直都得這麼打下去,明白他們在哪裡,背靠著牆,那種狗和別人對著幹的心態。

  • I think it's gonna bode well for him and Lamar Jackson.

    我想這對他和拉瑪爾-傑克遜來說是個好兆頭。

  • It seems like Greg Roman, and this team has said Okay, our quarterback is the best player on the field outside of probably when Patrick Mahomes is on the field or Aaron Rodgers, Josh Allen, That'll be, um comparable, comparable to what he's doing as far as what he's bringing to the team, but dynamic athleticism, the way he can flip a play into a positive that looks absolutely bad.

    似乎格雷格-羅曼和這支球隊已經說好了,我們的四分衛是場上最好的球員,除了可能當帕特里克-馬霍姆斯在場上,或者阿倫-羅傑斯,約什-阿倫,這將是,嗯可比的,可比的,他正在做什麼,就像他給球隊帶來的,但動態的運動能力,他可以翻轉播放的方式變成一個積極的,看起來絕對糟糕。

  • There's nothing like Lamar Jackson, and I think they're figuring that out, and they're having to play that way in order to have success, and I think that's gonna bode well for him going forward.

    沒有什麼能比得上拉瑪爾-傑克遜,我想他們正在想明白這一點,他們必須以這種方式打球才能獲得成功,我想這對他今後的發展是個好兆頭。

  • Jeff, let's talk about this, though.

    傑夫,讓我們來談談這個,雖然。

  • This is a team that has, let's be honest, they have flopped in the playoffs.

    這支球隊,說實話,他們在季後賽中已經翻盤了。

  • Last year it was Oh, you know, they're gonna take it all the way.

    去年是哦,你知道,他們會把它所有的方式。

  • No problem.

    沒問題。

  • And they flopped.

    而他們卻失敗了。

  • So what do you think?

    你覺得怎麼樣?

  • Are they the scariest team now?

    他們是最可怕的球隊了嗎?

  • Are they gonna turn this around if they make the playoffs?

    如果他們進入季後賽,他們會扭轉這個局面嗎?

  • No.

    不知道

  • Listen, I love What's Wagyu saying about Lamar Jackson?

    聽著,我喜歡 "和牛 "對拉瑪-傑克遜的評價?

  • And Rex is obviously really excited about about the Ravens.

    而雷克斯顯然對烏鴉隊非常興奮。

  • I will say they're probably the most difficult team to prepare for.

    我想說他們可能是最難準備的球隊。

  • Who have they beat like Like likes Weiguo, saying they've been in the playoffs the last four or five weeks?

    像喜歡喜歡衛國,說他們最近四五個星期都在季後賽,他們打過誰?

  • No, because they ain't played any playoff teams.

    不,因為他們沒有打過任何季後賽球隊。

  • You know what I mean?

    你知道我的意思嗎?

  • Like like you have tow beat playoff teams in the playoffs.

    就像你要在季後賽中擊敗季後賽球隊一樣。

  • You know, this offense is really good when they have a lead and they've shown that right?

    你知道,當他們領先的時候,這個進攻真的很好,他們已經表現出了這一點,對嗎?

  • They can run the ball, figure that they can do all these things.

    他們能跑球,圖他們能做這些事情。

  • All that is impressive.

    這些都讓人印象深刻。

  • But at the end of the day, if they get behind, this is not a team that can come back and win.

    但到了最後,如果他們落後了,這不是一支可以回來贏的球隊。

  • That's gonna be the issue because whether you're chasing the Bills, the Chiefs, possibly even the Steelers, if those teams get up on you, it takes Baltimore completely out of their game.

    這將是一個問題,因為不管你追的是比爾隊,酋長隊,甚至可能是鋼人隊,如果這些球隊追上了你,就會讓巴爾的摩完全失去比賽能力。

  • If I could trust that Greg Roman and this Ravens offense would stay doing what they're doing and not get back to Hey, we got to make him a pocket passer.

    如果我能相信格雷格-羅曼和烏鴉隊的進攻會一直做他們正在做的事情,而不是回到嘿,我們得讓他成為一個口袋傳球手。

  • We gotta We're gonna have to throw the ball to beat some teams, Whatever that looks like.

    我們得用投球來打敗一些球隊,不管那是什麼樣子的。

  • That's the part that I get concerned with.

    這就是我所關心的部分。

  • I like the Ravens on defense.

    我喜歡烏鴉隊的防守。

  • I love them running the football.

    我喜歡他們跑足球。

  • I'm not sure they could go point for point against some of these A F C football teams, and that's a trouble spot.

    我不知道他們能不能和一些A F C足球隊以點帶面,這是個麻煩點。

  • Dan, how do you think this sets them up in the playoffs?

    丹,你認為這如何設置他們在季後賽?

  • How do they look to you?

    你覺得他們怎麼樣?

  • Well, they look better than they've looked all year, right?

    嗯,他們看起來比一年來都要好,對吧?

  • And I think, you know, the defense should be able to get healthier on the back end here, going forward, which will help.

    我認為,你知道,防守應該能夠得到更健康的後端在這裡,前進,這將有助於。

  • We've talked throughout the year about the problems they've had in the run game.

    我們全年都在談論他們在跑動方面的問題。

  • They had retirements and injuries on the offensive line, so that's taken some time to put back together.

    他們在進攻線上有退役,有傷病,所以這需要一些時間來重新組合。

  • But since that Cleveland game, that great Monday night game, they've looked like themselves, and I think that's what scares you.

    但自從克利夫蘭的那場比賽,那場偉大的週一晚上的比賽後,他們看起來就像他們自己,我想這就是讓你害怕的原因。

  • If you're in the A F.

    如果你在A F。

  • C because over the past couple of years, when the Ravens have been operating the way they want Thio, they've been this kind of you know, scary looking, bully type of team.

    C因為在過去的幾年裡,當烏鴉隊一直按照他們想要的方式操作Thio時,他們一直是這種你知道的,看起來很可怕,欺負人的類型的球隊。

  • There is film on how to beat them in the playoffs from Tennessee last year from the Chargers the year before.

    有關於如何在季後賽中擊敗他們的電影,從去年的田納西到前年的充電器。

  • So it's not like, you know, there's some sort of dominant unit, but they likely learned from those experiences.

    所以它不像,你知道,有某種主導組織、部門, 但他們很可能從這些經驗中學習。

  • Sometimes those heartbreaking losses can come back and help you.

    有時候,那些令人心痛的損失可以回來幫助你。

  • The next year you learn from them.

    第二年你要向他們學習。

  • So I think they're a team toe watch for sure, assuming they get in because right now they're operating their offense the way they like to.

    所以我覺得他們肯定是一支球隊的看家本領,假設他們能進,因為現在他們正在以他們喜歡的方式操作進攻。

  • All right, a swagger.

    好吧,一個狂妄的。

  • Just a quick thing here.

    只是在這裡快速的事情。

  • Do you think this is a better team than last year's team?

    你認為這支球隊比去年的球隊更好嗎?

  • No, I don't think the talent is the same, but I think the experience and the way they're going into this playoffs does better for them than they did last year.

    不,我不認為天賦是一樣的,但我認為經驗和他們進入這個季後賽的方式對他們來說確實比去年更好。

  • Okay, all right, we'll see how that plays out for them.

    好吧,好吧,我們看看他們的表現如何。

  • 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。

I gotta ask you guys and Marcus, I'll start with you.

我得問你們和馬庫斯,我先問你們。

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