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  • Tim Hasselbeck.

    Tim Hasselbeck.

  • Thanks so much for joining us as always.

    非常感謝大家一如既往的加入我們。

  • How you doing?

    你好嗎?

  • I'm doing great.

    我做得很好。

  • A friend of the show now.

    節目中的一個朋友了。

  • Good.

    很好啊

  • You're like our fourth member.

    你就像我們的第四個成員。

  • It's more of an acquaintance.

    更多的是熟人關係。

  • It's more of an acquaintance, not a friend, But yeah, sure, but I'm curious when you when you look back at the games on Sunday, there were a lot of head coaching candidates on display, and I'm curious.

    這更多的是一個熟人,而不是朋友,但是,是的,當然,但我很好奇,當你回顧週日的比賽時,有很多主教練候選人的展示,我很好奇。

  • What was Mawr impressive of a performance?

    莫爾印象深刻的表現是什麼?

  • Was it Todd Bowles defense versus Aaron Rodgers?

    是託德-鮑爾斯的防守與阿倫-羅傑斯的防守?

  • Uh, Eric be enemies offense or Leslie Frazier's defense?

    呃,Eric是敵人的進攻還是Leslie Frazier的防守?

  • I'm gonna go with the performance by that bugs defense in the plan that Todd Bowles had for Aaron Rodgers.

    我要用託德-鮑爾斯為阿倫-羅傑斯制定的計劃中,那條蟲子防守的表現。

  • And I'm saying it in part because look at how Tom Brady played in the second half.

    我之所以這麼說,部分原因是看看湯姆-布雷迪在下半場的表現。

  • Yes, he's amazing.

    是的,他是驚人的。

  • Yes, he's going to his 10th Super Bowl, all of that.

    是的,他要去參加他的第10屆超級碗,所有這些。

  • But he turned the ball over three times in the second half.

    但他在下半場三次失誤。

  • He missed a bunch of throws in the second half, and I think the way the defense responded was remarkable against an offense that really had been just about as good as anybody.

    他在下半場錯過了一堆投籃,我認為防守的方式是非凡的,面對一個真的已經和任何人一樣好的進攻。

  • Uh, you know that we've seen this season so I think the plan that he had in place, the job that that group did against Aaron Rodgers, Erin Jones, who they knock out of the game, the job they did on Davante Adams.

    呃,你知道,我們已經看到了這個賽季,所以我認為他的計劃,該組的工作對亞倫-羅傑斯,艾琳-瓊斯,他們敲出的遊戲,他們做的工作對達文特-亞當斯。

  • I thought it was brilliant and, you know it shouldn't be a surprise.

    我認為這是輝煌的,你知道這不應該是一個驚喜。

  • Has been one of the best defensive coordinators in the league for a long time.

    一直以來都是聯盟中最好的防守協調人之一。

  • Speaking of Aaron Rodgers, he's now lost his last four conference championships, and that calls into questions, Ah, lot about his future, something that our Packers reporter, Rob Tomasky, spoke a little bit on.

    說到阿倫-羅傑斯 他已經失去了過去四屆錦標賽的冠軍資格 這讓人對他的未來產生了疑問 我們的包裝工記者羅伯-托馬斯基也談到了一點。

  • Anyone who's been around Aaron Rodgers and I've covered him his entire career knows he doesn't say anything without thinking it through first.

    任何人誰一直在亞倫-羅傑斯周圍,我已經覆蓋了他的整個職業生涯,知道他不會說任何事情,而不考慮它通過第一。

  • Now on Lee, he knows what he meant by his comments after Sunday's NFC Championship game loss.

    現在在李的身上,他知道週日NFC冠軍賽失利後他的言論是什麼意思。

  • But I asked coach Matt LaFleur if he thought he'd get another crack at one of these with Rogers, and he said, quote, I sure as hell hope so.

    但我問馬特-拉弗勒教練,他是否認為他會和羅傑斯一起獲得另一個裂縫,他說,報價,我當然希望如此。

  • He better be back here.

    他最好回到這裡。

  • He's our leader.

    他是我們的上司。

  • So my question to you then, Tim, is how do you see this future rolling out for Aaron Rodgers?

    那麼,我的問題是,蒂姆,是你如何看待這個未來推出的阿倫-羅傑斯?

  • Yeah, I think he's back in Green Bay next year.

    是的,我想他明年會回到綠灣。

  • I think the tensions of what happens beyond that, you know, become a little bit more significant.

    我認為,發生了什麼超越的緊張局勢,你知道,變得有點更重要。

  • And, you know, I I do think it's probably hard for him to look at what happened where, you know, in a game and NFC championship game where he outplays Tom Brady, they end up losing the game because, quite frankly, the Bucks defense played significantly better than the Green Bay defense.

    而且,你知道,我我確實認為這可能很難讓他看到發生了什麼,你知道,在一場比賽和NFC冠軍賽中,他超越了湯姆-布雷迪,他們最終輸掉了比賽,因為,坦率地說,雄鹿隊的防守比綠灣隊的防守明顯更好。

  • And so, you know Tampa has gone all in tow.

    所以,你知道坦帕已經全軍覆沒了。

  • Help Tom Brady.

    幫助湯姆・布雷迪。

  • I think that Aaron can probably a t least, you know, talk himself into a situation where he doesn't feel like Green Bay has gone all in to help him, you know, get it done.

    我認為,亞倫可能至少可以,你知道, 說服自己到一個情況下,他不覺得 像綠灣已經走了所有的幫助他, 你知道,得到它完成。

  • They win another championship.

    他們又贏得了一個冠軍。

  • So look, I could see there being frustration.

    所以你看,我可以看到有挫折感。

  • I could see there being, uh, you know, different rumors during the off season about, you know, his relationship being strained with the with the coach of the organization.

    我可以看到有,呃,你知道,不同的傳言 在休賽期關於,你知道,他的關係是緊張 與組織的教練。

  • But ultimately, I think he's back as their starting quarterback next year.

    但最終,我認為他明年會重新成為他們的首發四分衛。

  • Well, it sure helps when you're fourth and goal from the eight, you take the ball out of his hands to make sure that relationship has smoothed over um, Tim, follow me on this one.

    好吧,它肯定有助於 當你第四和目標從八, 你把球從他的手中,以確保 該關係已經平穩了 嗯,蒂姆,跟著我在這一個。

  • Tom Brady's 43 years old when he starts the Super Bowl for Tampa Bay, he will have started in his lifetime, not his career.

    湯姆-布雷迪43歲,當他為坦帕灣隊開始超級碗時,他將在他的一生中開始,而不是他的職業生涯。

  • 23% of the Super Bowls and those 43 years.

    23%的超級碗,而這43年。

  • That's immense, Um, is the greatest team athlete of all time now, e.

    這是巨大的,嗯,是最偉大的團隊運動員的所有時間,e。

  • I mean, it is e to think what he's accomplished.

    我的意思是,這是E認為他的成就。

  • Listen, when we're talking about the championship game thing, what he had been to 14 and the next closest is Joe Montana at seven.

    聽著,當我們在談論總冠軍賽的事情時,他已經到了14歲,下一個最接近的是喬-蒙塔納,只有7歲。

  • E mean what he There aren't words.

    他的意思是... ...他沒有話說。

  • There aren't adjectives to describe what he's accomplished.

    沒有形容詞來形容他的成就。

  • And what's remarkable is that typically, you would think somebody that's climbed to the top of the mountain the way that he has, you know, it would have come into the league as a first round draft pick.

    而最了不起的是,通常情況下,你會認為有人以他這樣的方式爬到了山頂,你知道,它會以首輪選秀的方式進入聯盟。

  • I mean, he essentially had to fight, claw his way onto the field, and then once he did, he's done it better than anyone that's ever played the game.

    我的意思是,他基本上不得不打, 爪子他的方式上場, 然後一旦他做到了, 他做得比任何人都好 這是曾經玩過的遊戲。

  • It's incredible.

    太不可思議了

  • So, yeah, in terms of team sport athletes, I can't imagine, because it's so hard to affect the game all by yourself, you know, in a sport like football.

    所以,是的,就團隊運動的運動員而言,我無法想象,因為在足球這樣的運動中,要想靠自己去影響比賽,你知道,是很難的。

  • But a quarterback obviously has a big effect on the game that he has to be the best.

    但一個四分衛顯然對比賽有很大的影響,他必須是最好的。

  • Tim.

    蒂姆

  • What part of his life in his career do you think that horseshoe just kind of really got into that key?

    在他的職業生涯中,你認為馬蹄只是那種真正進入了那個關鍵的部分?

  • Eastern stayed there because I'd argue That's the luckiest horse you ever I think in your time around the New England Revolution.

    東岸人留在那裡是因為我認為那是你在新英格蘭革命時期最幸運的一匹馬,我想。

  • Way on.

    途徑上。

  • That's probably what did it you did share?

    這可能是它你做了什麼分享?

  • You guys did share stadium way lost.

    你們確實共享體育場的方式失去了。

  • Fortunately way.

    幸運的方式。

  • Appreciate you are fourth family member here.

    欣賞你是這裡的第四個家庭成員。

  • We'll see you very soon, I'm sure.

    我們會很快見到你的,我相信。

  • See you guys.

    再見

Tim Hasselbeck.

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