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  • help us figure out This left handed dilemma is the last left handed quarterback toe win in NFL playoff game, now a member of the ESPN team.

    幫助我們弄清楚這個左手困境是NFL季後賽中最後一個左手四分衛腳趾勝利,現在是ESPN團隊的成員。

  • Tim Tebow, Tim Between you and Steve Young, more left handed quarterbacks are working for ESPN that are currently on NFL rosters.

    蒂姆-特波,蒂姆在你和史蒂夫-楊之間,更多的左手四分衛正在為ESPN工作,目前在NFL名單上。

  • Why do you think we don't Seymour lefty quarterbacks playing in the NFL?

    為什麼你認為我們沒有西摩左撇子四分衛在NFL打球?

  • That's a really good question.

    這是一個非常好的問題。

  • I think there's a couple reasons, one, because there's just less lefties in the world.

    我想有幾個原因,一是因為世界上的左撇子少了。

  • Let's just be honest.

    我們還是實話實說吧。

  • And so I do think that, you know, kind of hurts our world because lefties air pretty awesome when we need more of them.

    所以我確實認為,你知道,那種傷害我們的世界,因為左撇子空氣相當真棒,當我們需要更多的他們。

  • So we need to encourage people to when they're young, to use their left hand.

    所以我們要鼓勵人們在年輕的時候,用左手。

  • Uh, it would least help them in baseball.

    呃,這至少可以幫助他們打棒球。

  • Um, but I also think it's it's unique.

    嗯,但我也認為這是 它的獨特。

  • It's different.

    這是不同的。

  • I still think there's a I even have a lot of friends that were very gifted, and their parents just, you know, put the ball in the right hand when they were young, because that's what their family did.

    我仍然認為有一個我甚至有很多朋友 這是非常有天賦的, 和他們的父母只是,你知道,把球 在右手,當他們年輕的時候, 因為這就是他們的家庭做了什麼。

  • Yeah, and baseball is taking a lot of them, so it was being left handed an advantage or a disadvantage in your career.

    是啊,而且棒球也拿了很多,所以在你的職業生涯中,左手是優勢還是劣勢。

  • You know, I think I used it as a mindset of an advantage just because I try to always find that mental edge of Yes, it's I'm a little different and there's less of us.

    你知道,我想我把它作為一種優勢的心態,只是因為我總是試圖找到那種精神上的優勢,是的,是我有點不同,我們的人少了。

  • And it's a, I think, actually schematically.

    而這是一個,我想,其實是一個原理上的。

  • Um, with your coaches and receivers, it might be a slight disadvantage.

    嗯,以你的教練和接班人,可能會有一點劣勢。

  • Not enough.

    不夠。

  • We're out, actually worry about it, but it's enough where your receivers have to get used to it.

    我們出局了,其實很擔心,但是你的接應者要習慣的地方就夠了。

  • You know, when there's offensive linemen, defensive line running around in quarterback and you're throwing a slant pattern or a crossing route.

    你知道,當有進攻前鋒,防守線在四分衛中跑來跑去,而你在投擲一個斜線模式或交叉路線。

  • You know, they kind of see it coming from a certain place.

    你知道,他們有點看到它從某個地方來。

  • So receivers have to get used to it coming from a different angle, um, in a different place when they're looking back at at the quarterback.

    所以接球者必須習慣從不同的角度,嗯,在不同的地方,當他們回看四分衛的時候。

  • And then I also think the offensive coordinators have to adjust how they're calling the game right.

    然後我也認為進攻協調員必須調整他們如何正確地指揮比賽。

  • You're coordinators get so used to calling a play action to a quarterbacks right or a bootleg.

    你的協調人習慣於在四分衛的右路或者後衛的位置上打出一個戰術動作。

  • Two quarterbacks, right?

    兩個四分衛,對吧?

  • And so they have to adjust.

    所以他們必須調整。

  • There you go.

    這就對了

  • Now, in your job is an SEC network analyst.

    現在,在你的工作是證監會網絡分析師。

  • You've seen a lot of two over his career.

    在他的職業生涯中,你已經看到了很多的兩個。

  • He's been given this great opportunity to start for the Dolphins.

    他得到了這個很好的機會,為海豚隊首發。

  • So what unique advantage do you feel being left handed gives him coming into this first starting appearance?

    那麼,你覺得左手給他帶來了什麼獨特的優勢,讓他來到這個第一次出場的地方?

  • Yeah, I've seen every game, too, has played in college.

    是啊,我也看過每場比賽,在大學裡打過。

  • And I think, um, what gives to an advantage has nothing to do with which hand he throws it with.

    而我認為,嗯,什麼給優勢與他用哪隻手投擲無關。

  • It has to do with the way he throws it.

    這與他的投擲方式有關。

  • I think he is the most pure, um, thrower of the football that I've ever seen on the college level.

    我覺得他是我在大學裡見過的最純粹的,嗯,投擲足球的人。

  • I have had the chance to watch a lot of really good ones, and it's not to take anything away from those guys.

    我有機會看了很多非常好的,這並不是要對那些人有什麼不滿。

  • It's to, uh, um has a special gift to throw the football, to throw it from different angles, to throw it with velocity, but also so catchable on time, Uh, in rhythm.

    這是,呃,嗯有一個特殊的禮物 扔足球,從不同的角度扔它, 扔它的速度,但也是以趕上的時間, 呃,在節奏。

  • Hey just has a unique feel and gift, and, um, it is incredible toe Watch him.

    嘿只是有一個獨特的感覺和禮物,而且,嗯,這是不可思議的腳趾看他。

  • He will go through practices and warm ups where it doesn't even come close to being incomplete.

    他會通過訓練和熱身,在那裡根本就不可能完成。

  • Pass every ball will be right on the money.

    傳每一個球都會正中下懷。

  • So if he's watching now, if you could give him one sentence to think about, too, as he goes into his starting game.

    所以如果他現在在看,如果你能給他一句話,讓他在進入首發比賽的時候,也要考慮一下。

  • What would it be?

    會是什麼呢?

  • My piece of advice to two is Continue to do what you have done your entire life that's made you different and made you special.

    我給兩位的建議是,繼續做你一生所做的讓你與眾不同、讓你與眾不同的事情。

  • And yeah, sure, a piece of that is being left handed.

    是的,當然,其中有一塊是左手。

  • So you're awesome, Thio.

    所以你很厲害,Thio.

  • But what makes you even more awesome is the type of person that you are is the way that you care for people.

    但你更厲害的是,你是什麼樣的人,就是你關心人的方式。

  • It's a way that you lead your team.

    這是你帶領團隊的一種方式。

  • It's yes, you throw an amazing passing.

    是的,你投出了一個驚人的傳球。

  • You're a great competitors, er and and you are.

    你是一個偉大的競爭對手,呃,而且你是。

  • You are great and clutch moments.

    你是偉大的,離合的時刻。

  • But what set him apart?

    但是,是什麼讓他與眾不同呢?

  • Why I think he has a chance to be great in the NFL is because he's a He's not just in elite passer.

    為什麼我認為他有機會在NFL成為偉大的人,因為他是一個他不僅僅是在精英傳球。

  • He's not just in elite quarterback.

    他不僅僅是在精英四分衛。

  • He's an elite person, right?

    他是個精英人物吧?

  • You know why to is different is when he got to Alabama.

    你知道為什麼是不同的 是當他到了阿拉巴馬州。

  • Yes, he went, met all his team, but then he went on, went and met all the medical staff, and then he went and that all the assistance and he went and gave them gifts.

    是的,他去了,見了他所有的團隊,但他繼續,去了,見了所有的醫務人員,然後他去了,所有的援助,他去了,給他們的禮物。

  • One by one, all the assistance when other people didn't even know who they were.

    在別人連自己是誰都不知道的時候,一個個都是援助。

  • They never met him to a win.

    他們從來沒有遇到過他的勝利。

  • And he went and said Hi to all those people.

    他去和所有的人打招呼。

  • And that's why I think he's a great quarterback to lead an organization because he's an elite person that truly cares about people.

    這也是為什麼我認為他是一個很好的四分衛來上司一個組織,因為他是一個真正關心人的精英。

  • And it comes from his family.

    而且是來自於他的家庭。

  • His faith is character.

    他的信仰就是性格。

  • Everything is about.

    一切都是為了。

  • And that that translates to who someone is off the field.

    而這也就轉化為某人在場外的身份。

  • Because I think his teammates will play for him.

    因為我覺得他的隊友會為他效力。

  • They will follow him and he can lead an organization.

    他們會跟隨他,他可以上司一個組織。

  • And that's why I love this young man.

    這也是我喜歡這個年輕人的原因。

  • Alright, from one great leader to another.

    好吧,從一個偉大的領導者到另一個。

  • Tim Tebow always so great to talk to you.

    蒂姆-特波總是很高興能和你交談。

  • Thanks so much.

    謝謝你了

  • Good talking with you.

    很高興與你交談。

  • Thank you so much for having me.

    非常感謝你邀請我。

help us figure out This left handed dilemma is the last left handed quarterback toe win in NFL playoff game, now a member of the ESPN team.

幫助我們弄清楚這個左手困境是NFL季後賽中最後一個左手四分衛腳趾勝利,現在是ESPN團隊的成員。

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