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  • Why did the Browns lose this game?

    為什麼布朗隊會輸掉這場比賽?

  • Andy Reid is why they lost the game.

    安迪-裡德就是他們輸掉比賽的原因。

  • Andy Reid is not playing games.

    安迪-裡德不是在玩遊戲。

  • He is showing coaches in the NFL.

    他正在向NFL的教練們展示。

  • You know, it's funny because Arians is no risk it.

    你知道,這很有趣,因為阿里安斯是沒有風險的。

  • No biscuit, right?

    沒有餅乾,對吧?

  • But Fortune favors the bold Andy Reid.

    但《財富》偏愛大膽的安迪-裡德。

  • Don't coach scared.

    不要教練害怕。

  • And, by the way, some of that may be Super Bowl equity, right?

    對了,其中有一部分可能是超級碗的權益吧?

  • Maybe he's looking for his filly special play because his understudy won the Super Bowl before he did.

    也許他正在尋找他的小馬駒特殊的玩法,因為他的替身在他之前贏得了超級碗。

  • But Andy Reid where?

    但安迪-裡德在哪裡?

  • However, he's gotten to where he's gotten.

    然而,他已經到了這個地步了。

  • Ah, guy who, because of clock management, was considered maybe a weakness deep into the playoffs, is really showing out right now deep in the playoffs.

    啊,因為時鐘管理的原因,在季後賽深處被認為或許是弱點的傢伙,現在真的在季後賽深處表現出來了。

  • Oh, but read you have Patrick Mahomes.

    哦,但讀你有帕特里克-馬霍姆斯。

  • It's easy when you have Mahomes in a complement of weapons.

    當你有馬霍姆斯的武器補充時,這很容易。

  • Okay, take Patrick Mahomes away.

    好吧 把Patrick Mahomes帶走

  • What then, with your backup quarterback?

    那你的備份四分衛怎麼辦?

  • Now you faked out.

    現在,你假扮出來了。

  • Tony Romo.

    託尼・羅莫

  • Tony Romo, right?

    託尼-羅莫,對嗎?

  • Doesn't have candy See into the future.

    沒有糖果,看到未來。

  • Tony Romo.

    託尼・羅莫

  • They're not going to run a play here.

    他們不打算在這裡運行一個遊戲。

  • That's by design.

    那是設計好的。

  • Their body language, by design, is meant to make you think they're just trying to draw you offsides.

    他們的肢體語言,是為了讓你覺得他們只是想把你引向邊路。

  • That's the point.

    這就是問題的關鍵。

  • Oh, they're just looking for a first down.

    哦,他們只是在尋找第一次進攻。

  • And then he runs a play with his backup quarterback on fourth down.

    然後他和他的備份四分衛在第四次進攻中打了一仗。

  • Really?

    真的嗎?

  • With the game on the line, they complete this first down.

    隨著比賽的進行,他們完成了這第一次進攻。

  • The game's over and it worked.

    遊戲結束了,它的工作。

  • And the Reed is a gangster period and a big coaching advantage at this point and is, you know, if anything, enhancing his legacy game after game, he was the difference.

    而裡德在這一點上是一個黑幫時期,也是一個很大的教練優勢,而且是,你知道,如果說有什麼,增強他的遺產遊戲,他是不同的。

  • At the end of the game.

    在遊戲結束後。

  • He iced it.

    他把它冰起來了。

  • It's Andy Reid.

    是安迪-裡德

  • Well, first of all, you're wrong.

    好吧,首先,你錯了。

  • Uh, Andy Reid didn't enhance his legacy yesterday.

    呃,Andy Reid昨天並沒有增強他的遺產。

  • The bottom line is he enhanced it when he finally won a Super Bowl because we all knew Andy Reid to be a great coach.

    底線是當他最終贏得超級碗時,他增強了它,因為我們都知道安迪-裡德是一個偉大的教練。

  • But only thing that escaped his resume was a Super Bowl championship.

    但唯一逃過他的履歷的是超級碗冠軍。

  • All of those years he coached in Philly, I would know I was there covering the manner that dude he couldn't get over the hump and then got to finally got to a Super Bowl, and then they lost the Tom Brady in New England.

    他在費城執教的那些年,我會知道我在那裡覆蓋的方式,紈絝子弟他不能克服的駝峰,然後得到終於得到了一個超級碗,然後他們失去了湯姆布雷迪在新英格蘭。

  • But the bottom line is this.

    但底線是:

  • When you look at that last play, even though we appreciate it, remember to play before that.

    當你看到最後一齣戲時,即使我們很欣賞,但也要記得在這之前的戲。

  • Max you got 12 yards to go and he scrambles because he couldn't find an open receiver.

    麥克斯,你還有12碼的距離,他卻因為找不到空位接球手而爭搶。

  • That wasn't a set, design play or scramble or anything like that.

    那不是套路,設計玩法或者爭奪之類的。

  • And he was running for his life and needed a first down and and scrambled out of the pocket and ended up getting those yardage.

    而他是在為自己的生命奔波,需要第一次進攻,並且爭先恐後地衝出口袋,最後得到了這些碼數。

  • That was a broken play right there.

    那是一個破綻百出的戲碼,就在那裡。

  • So I'm gonna give more credit to him than Andy Reid in that particular situation.

    所以在這種特殊的情況下,我要給他更多的信任,而不是安迪-裡德。

  • That's number one number two.

    這是一號二號。

  • I'm also gonna give credit for the loss to Kevin Stefanski to some degree of coach of the year candidate in my eyes, who did, I think did a hell of a job in Cleveland.

    我也要把功勞歸功於凱文-斯特凡斯基,在我眼裡,凱文-斯特凡斯基在某種程度上是年度最佳教練的候選人,他在克利夫蘭的工作,我覺得做得很出色。

  • But should Nick Chubb have gotten the ball more than 13 times?

    但是,尼克-查布的得球次數應該超過13次嗎?

  • I kind of think so.

    我想是的

  • I kind of think so.

    我想是的

  • Nick Job is to start.

    尼克-喬布要開始了。

  • Get that man the damn ball.

    把那人的球給我

  • They were having problems stopping this brother, particularly in the second half.

    他們在阻止這位兄弟時遇到了問題,尤其是在下半場。

  • Running the football.

    奔跑的足球。

  • How about Kareem Hunt?

    Kareem Hunt怎麼樣?

  • Last time I checked, that's the study.

    我最後一次檢查,那是研究。

  • When we look at the Cleveland Browns, we look at them as having arguably the best dynamic duo in the backfield in the entire NFL.

    當我們看克利夫蘭布朗隊時,我們看他們的後場可以說是整個NFL最好的動態組合。

  • Kareem Hunt has six carries, 66 So I'm saying, I'm like, Wait a minute here.

    Kareem Hunt帶了6次,66次 所以我說,我想,在這裡等一下。

  • Nick Chubb can run the football.

    Nick Chubb會跑動。

  • 13.

    13.

  • Carry 69 yards.

    帶著69碼。

  • Kareem Hunt could run the football.

    Kareem Hunt可以跑動橄欖球

  • Six.

    六、

  • Carry 32 yards.

    攜帶32碼。

  • Mali.

    馬裡:

  • Both of those averages of 5.3 yards per carry.

    這兩個平均每場5.3碼。

  • You think you should have run the ball just a little bit more?

    你覺得你應該再多跑一點兒球?

  • UH, more than 19 times?

    呃,超過19次?

  • I think so.

    我想是的

  • But they didn't.

    但他們沒有。

  • I ain't counting three rushes for how teams beat the Chiefs.

    我不指望三支衝鋒隊如何擊敗酋長隊。

  • They had to rush for at least 160.

    他們至少要衝160個。

  • You go everyone this season and who's more capable of running for those yards in the Cleveland Browns?

    你去大家這個賽季,在克利夫蘭布朗隊誰更能跑出這些碼數?

  • Eso if you Kevin Stefanski giving them the damn ball.

    如果你凱文-斯特凡斯基給他們該死的球。

  • The Baker Mayfield to meet and play a bad game.

    貝克-梅菲爾德要開會,打得不好。

  • That one interception but obviously was not a good one.

    那一次的攔截,但顯然不是一次好的攔截。

  • But the bottom line is outside of that.

    但底線在這之外。

  • I thought Baker Mayfield played a relatively good game, but you got to run the football against Kansas City and then went.

    我認為貝克-梅菲爾德打得比較好,但你要對堪薩斯城進行跑動,然後去。

  • Patrick Mahomes goes down and he's concussed, Okay?

    帕特里克-馬霍姆倒下了,他是腦震盪,好嗎?

  • And you know, you got Chad Henny in there and he comes in and throw some inexplicable interception.

    你知道,你有Chad Henny在那裡,他進來,扔一些莫名其妙的攔截。

  • All the way into the insult.

    一直到侮辱。

  • You've had chance after chance of the chance and you're moving the ball now, Rashard Higgins, you know, you gotta applaud the effort with him trying to reach for the end zone and then ultimately gets to touch back because he fumbles it out of the end zone and stuff like that because that would have brought it to within 16 10.

    你已經有了一次又一次的機會,你現在正在移動球,拉沙德-希金斯,你知道,你必須為他的努力鼓掌,他試圖到達端區,然後最終得到觸摸回來,因為他失誤了它的端區和類似的東西,因為這將使它在16 10之內。

  • And we get all of that.

    而我們得到了這一切。

  • But it was still plenty of time toe overcome that, particularly when Patrick Mahomes goes down, you've got to run the football.

    但還是有足夠的時間去克服這個問題,尤其是當帕特里克-馬霍姆斯倒下的時候,你必須要跑動橄欖球。

  • So I'm not.

    所以我不是。

  • I'm not sitting.

    我不坐。

  • I know Andy Reid's a great coach.

    我知道安迪-裡德是個好教練。

  • I know him personally.

    我認識他本人。

  • Yes, I'm telling you right now, the one thing that I would say I didn't walk away thinking about Andy Reid.

    是的,我現在就告訴你,我想說的一件事,我沒有走掉,想著安迪-裡德。

  • Yesterday I walked away thinking about what Cleveland didn't do, running the football, and I want I want I ran away thinking about any on that Scram.

    昨天,我走了,想著克利夫蘭沒有做什麼,運行的足球,我想我想我跑了,想著任何在該Scram。

  • Well, I think it's because he went for it.

    嗯,我想這是因為他去了。

  • He way he didn't coach.

    他的方式他沒有教練。

  • Scary.

    可怕的。

  • Go ahead.

    去吧

  • Look, the Browns are were a bit snakebit like, first of all, the touch back, right?

    你看,布朗隊是被有點蛇精一樣,首先,觸目驚心,對不對?

  • Like, you know, I don't like the rule.

    就像,你知道,我不喜歡這個規則。

  • Most people don't like things.

    大多數人不喜歡的東西。

  • It's almost a touchdown.

    這幾乎是一個觸地得分。

  • The rest of the refs missed right.

    其餘的裁判失誤正確。

  • The refs missed the helmet to helmet shot, right?

    裁判錯過了頭盔對頭盔的鏡頭,對嗎?

  • Like Esso, they missed the call.

    就像埃索公司一樣,他們錯過了電話。

  • It's a bad rule, plus a missed call.

    這是個糟糕的規則,再加上失誤。

  • The Browns are a little snakebit, but I want to get back to a few things.

    布朗隊有點蛇蠍心腸,但我想回到一些事情上。

  • You said Baker Mayfield.

    你說貝克-梅菲爾德

  • I thought was very good, not just look at this.

    我認為是非常好的,不只是看這個。

  • Very good bordering on excellent.

    非常好近乎優秀。

  • I give him a B plus almost in a minus.

    我給他幾乎是在減分的情況下給他一個B加分。

  • I thought he was quite good yesterday, in fact, and when you mentioned running the ball, the Chiefs were stout against the run, like they really weren't.

    事實上,我覺得他昨天的表現相當不錯,當你提到跑動時,酋長隊對跑動的抵抗力很強,就像他們真的不一樣。

  • They were putting themselves in bad positions, running the ball in terms of down and distance.

    他們把自己放在了不好的位置上,在倒地和距離上跑球。

  • Because the Chiefs were stout against the run early and Stefanski tried to mix some things up.

    因為酋長隊早早就對跑動進行了頑強的抵抗,而斯特凡斯基也試圖混合一些東西。

  • And Baker hit job a couple of times in the hands on plays that maybe could change the game and chop drops the ball they were trying then later in the game as the Kansas City defense.

    而貝克打工作幾次在手的戰術中,也許可以改變比賽,砍掉他們正在嘗試的球,然後在比賽後期,堪薩斯城的防守。

  • Okay, but late later in the game is the Kansas City defense loosened a bit, then Kareem Hunt was getting the ball, and when Mahomes going out of the game, they were coming back on them.

    好吧,但比賽後期是堪薩斯城的防守有所鬆動,然後Kareem Hunt得到了球,當Mahomes要退出比賽時,他們又回來了。

  • Stephen A.

    Stephen A.

  • The game had a feeling like the Browns maybe could win it late, precisely because they did start to run the ball as the game wore on.

    本場比賽有一種布朗隊或許能在後期贏球的感覺,正是因為隨著比賽的進行,他們確實開始跑動了。

  • Precisely because Mahomes was out of the game and it looked like, Wow, as snakebit is, the Browns have been.

    正因為馬霍姆斯不在比賽中,看起來,哇,就像蛇精一樣,布朗隊已經。

  • Here is the comeback.

    這裡是復出。

  • That's why the read call was so big on fourth and one.

    這就是為什麼在四號位和一號位的時候,讀數叫得那麼大。

  • Not only do you go for it, but you make it look like you're not going to go for it with your backup quarterback.

    你不僅要去做,還要讓人覺得你的備份四分衛不會去做。

  • And then you go for it and the game's over That that is the moment of truth play, the incredibly high leverage play where Andy Reid earlier in his career, was killed.

    然後你去了,比賽就結束了,這就是真相時刻的戲碼,令人難以置信的高槓杆戲碼,安迪-裡德在他的職業生涯早期,被殺死了。

  • For stuff like that, he comes through and it wins them the game.

    對於這樣的事情,他通過,這為他們贏得了比賽。

  • Or at least Isis the win.

    或者說至少是伊西斯的勝利。

  • That's why I left that game.

    這就是為什麼我離開了那個遊戲。

  • Early on, I'm thinking about a bad rule in a missed call and poor Cleveland Browns, and by the end of the game, I thought boy Andy Reid is really showing off right now.

    早期,我在想一個漏判的壞規則和可憐的克利夫蘭布朗隊,到了比賽結束,我覺得男孩安迪-裡德現在真的是在炫耀。

  • Yeah, the Browns were given a gift, though, and they weren't able to capitalize a big time gift, big time gift.

    是啊,布朗隊雖然得到了一份禮物,但是,他們卻沒能利用好這份大禮,大禮。

  • And again, that one played in.

    而同樣,這個打在。

  • Andy Reid called.

    安迪-裡德叫。

  • I mean, he's got courage.

    我的意思是,他有勇氣。

  • He's courageous.

    他很有勇氣

  • I give him props for that.

    我為他點贊。

  • I'm just thinking that's not the reason.

    我只是覺得這不是原因。

  • That's not the thing You should have walked away from this game thinking about.

    這不是你應該從這個遊戲中走出來思考的事情。

  • 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。

  • Subscribe to ESPN, plus.

    訂閱ESPN,加。

Why did the Browns lose this game?

為什麼布朗隊會輸掉這場比賽?

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