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  • the one.

    之一。

  • The only Joe Montana is with me on the shell Pennzoil performance line.

    唯一的喬-蒙大拿和我一起參加了貝殼彭氮油性能系列。

  • What a delight this is.

    這是多麼令人高興的事情啊。

  • Hello, Joe, How are you today?

    你好,喬,你今天好嗎?

  • I'm doing great greeny.

    我做得很好,綠蒂。

  • How much self?

    有多少自我?

  • I'm doing terrific, and it's wonderful to have you.

    我做得很好,你能來真是太好了。

  • I'm thrilled that you could do this, and and there's so many different places that I could go with you.

    我很高興你能做到這一點,並有這麼多不同的地方,我可以和你一起去。

  • But let let's start with the most obvious.

    但讓我們從最明顯的開始。

  • Which is that for much of my life, when people would ask the question, Who is the greatest quarterback of all time?

    這就是在我生命的大部分時間裡,當人們會問這樣的問題:誰是最偉大的四分衛?

  • The answer, in many people's mind, would be Joe Montana.

    在很多人心中,答案應該是喬-蒙大拿。

  • So as you watch what Tom Brady is doing right now at the age of 43 in Tampa, playing at least the statistics say as well as he ever has.

    所以,當你看到湯姆-布雷迪現在43歲在坦帕的表現時,至少數據上說他打得和以前一樣好。

  • What thoughts go through your mind?

    你的腦海中會有什麼想法?

  • Watching him?

    看著他?

  • I think it's great.

    我認為這是偉大的。

  • It's great for us old guys.

    這對我們這些老傢伙來說是很好的。

  • You know that the old guys, we're still hanging in there, but, you know, obviously times a great talent.

    你知道,老傢伙們,我們還在那裡堅持,但是,你知道,顯然倍兒棒的人才。

  • And you who who would have people ask me about what I thought was gonna happen when he got to Tampa?

    而你誰誰誰會讓人問我,我覺得他到坦帕後會發生什麼?

  • And I said, Well, I don't expect to see anything any different.

    我說,好吧,我不希望看到任何不同的東西。

  • I mean, look what they've done for him down there have given him some opportunity that he was looking for to have more saying what he's doing.

    我的意思是,看看他們在下面為他做了什麼,給了他一些機會,他一直在尋找有更多的說法,他在做什麼。

  • He added that knucklehead right there to his team, and he seems to be getting going right now on the the weapons around them were crazy.

    他把那個節骨眼就加到了他的隊伍裡,他現在似乎正在著手他們身邊的武器是瘋狂的。

  • And if you get if you get drunk and him going again when they're in the red zone, which they love to do, you know?

    如果你得到... ...如果你得到... ...如果你喝醉了,他再次去... ...當他們在紅區, 他們喜歡這樣做,你知道嗎?

  • And you know, the first couple weeks people were questioning.

    你知道,前幾周人們還在質疑。

  • But hey, it's hard to get usedto, you know, new receivers, new quarterback, what is expected and until it starts happening on the field and you start seeing it and Tom has to teach it and what he's looking forward to those guys.

    但是,嘿,這是很難習慣的,你知道,新的接收器,新的四分衛,什麼是預期的,直到它開始發生在球場上,你開始看到它,湯姆必須教它,他期待著這些傢伙。

  • And so now look out.

    所以現在看出來了。

  • You know, I agree.

    你知道,我同意。

  • I think there's they're headed to the Super Bowl.

    我覺得他們要去超級碗了。

  • Yeah, they look like the best team in the NFC right now, but I just wonder, as one who yourself, You did it at such a high level.

    是啊,他們看起來像最好的球隊 在NFC現在,但我只是想知道,作為一個誰自己, 你做到了在這樣一個高水平。

  • You did it for a long time.

    你做了很久。

  • What does it take to do this?

    要怎樣才能做到這一點?

  • At the age of 43 are so few have ever played even close to that.

    在43歲的時候,有那麼幾個人玩過甚至接近。

  • For him to be still doing it at that at that age.

    對於他在那個年紀還在做。

  • How do you explain it?

    你怎麼解釋?

  • Well, I think part of it is is what's how the game is being played today.

    我想部分原因是今天的遊戲就是這麼玩的。

  • Obviously, there you can't get to the quarterback is often as you could and you can't hit him.

    很明顯,在那裡你不能經常去四分衛是你可以,你不能打他。

  • Um, and health is a big, big, big reason.

    嗯,而健康是一個很大很大的原因。

  • I mean, look at Drew Brees.

    我的意思是,看看德魯-佈雷斯。

  • He's gaining on on that.

    他在這方面有所收穫。

  • That number Aaron Rodgers is gaining on that number two, and I don't see them either one of those guys, either retiring also, and I think it's great that they can continue to play.

    那個號碼阿倫-羅傑斯在那個二號位上獲得了收益,我不認為他們這兩個人,要麼退役也,我認為他們能繼續打球,這很好。

  • I wish I had didn't have the things that I had going on and was able to play longer than I had played.

    我希望我沒有我的事情,能夠比我玩的時間更長。

  • But, hey, we all do.

    但是,嘿,我們都是如此。

  • We all have that feeling.

    我們都有這種感覺。

  • I think once you retire, you always looking back on what I do that when I stopped so really, I couldn't kept going for a little bit.

    我覺得一旦你退休了,你總是會回想我做的事情,當我停下來的時候,所以真的,我不能再堅持下去了。

  • But I think a lot of it's easy.

    但我覺得很多事情都很簡單。

  • He's been staying healthy.

    他一直保持健康。

  • He's got gets the ball out of his hand.

    他把球從他手裡搶走了。

  • It doesn't make a lot of mistakes, and, you know, he's a great, great, great player.

    它不會犯很多錯誤,而且,你知道,他是一個偉大的,偉大的,偉大的球員。

  • And what do you know who?

    你認識什麼人?

  • I don't know what other people were thinking, but I didn't look at the numbers that offense put up last year and you talk about and I was just heard the end of that conversation and Jamie's, you know, you know, one of things.

    我不知道其他人在想什麼,但我沒有看去年的進攻數據,你說的,我只是聽到了談話的結束,傑米的,你知道,你知道,其中一件事。

  • Until Jerry Rice and John Taylor came along, Bill wasn't a deep ball thrower.

    在傑裡-賴斯和約翰-泰勒出現之前,比爾並不是一個深遠的投手。

  • And because the one thing he said that the further you throw the ball down the field, a better chance of something bad to happen.

    因為他說過一句話,你把球扔得越遠,發生壞事的機會就越大。

  • And you watch how long James held the ball for for so long and let it fly down the field.

    而你看詹姆斯持球這麼久,讓球飛到場上。

  • You can only do that so many times.

    你只能做這麼多次。

  • Yeah, it's hard to cover guys for that length of time, but it's also hard to block for that long a period of time.

    是啊,那麼長的時間,很難覆蓋住人,但也很難擋住那麼長的時間。

  • So, um you know, but they still put up ridiculous numbers.

    所以,嗯,你知道,但他們仍然把可笑的數字。

  • And who would expect that not to be somewhat similar with Tom coming down there Green and the great Joe Montana with me?

    誰會想到,湯姆到格林那裡去,還有偉大的喬-蒙大拿和我一起去,不也是有些類似的嗎?

  • And when you said that, I literally I just put away the notes I had of all the things that was going to talk to you about.

    當你說這句話的時候,我真的我就把我所有要和你談的事情的筆記收了起來。

  • And I figured, Let's just talk about your career because that's gonna be more fun.

    我想,我們還是談談你的事業吧,因為那會更有趣。

  • Uh, let's talk about that when you think back to that may be the most legendary stories about you come from Super Bowls.

    呃,讓我們來談談,當你回想一下,可能是最傳奇的故事,關於你來自超級碗。

  • What is your If someone were to ask you to remember one moment that stands out most for you from your four Super Bowl championships, which is the one that stands out the most.

    你的如果有人讓你記住你四次超級碗冠軍中最突出的一個時刻是什麼。

  • We'll probably throwing two touchdown pass to John Taylor toe win that the Super Bowl there at the end.

    我們可能會把兩個達陣傳球傳給約翰-泰勒... ...在最後贏得超級盃。

  • And part of that was, you know, the game was up and down and it was closed.

    而其中的一部分是,你知道,遊戲是起伏的,它是封閉的。

  • But probably more important was the guy on the other sideline.

    但更重要的可能是另一邊的人。

  • Sam Wyche was my first quarterback coach when I came and came to the 40 Niners.

    薩姆-懷切是我來的時候的第一個四分衛教練,來到40歲的九人隊。

  • So it was like beating your best friend on and there was nothing like it and, you know, till the day he passed away.

    所以,這就像打你最好的朋友,沒有什麼比這更重要的了,你知道,直到他去世的那一天。

  • We remain great friends, and, um, you know, is a quarterback.

    我們仍然是很好的朋友,而且,嗯,你知道,是一個四分衛。

  • You can't ask for anything else Better than that.

    你不能要求任何東西 比這更好的。

  • The way to end the season is to throw touchdown, pass, the win, the Super Bowl.

    本賽季結束的方式是投出達陣、傳球、勝利、超級碗。

  • They all have different meanings.

    它們都有不同的意義。

  • To be honest with you, they all were a little bit different.

    說實話,他們都有點不一樣。

  • And, um, I learned my lesson not to blow out teams anymore because they take you out of the game before you want.

    而且,嗯,我吸取了教訓,不再吹捧球隊了,因為他們會在你想要之前就把你從比賽中帶走。

  • That's got to be tough.

    那一定很難受。

  • Joe Montana with on ESPN Radio The John Taylor touchdown, which beat Cincinnati in that incredibly close Super Bowl.

    喬-蒙塔納在ESPN電臺上的約翰-泰勒觸地得分,在那場令人難以置信的超級碗比賽中擊敗了辛辛那提。

  • The legendary story from that is that when that drive began and you drove the whole team down the field, you pointed to John Candy in the stands.

    從中的傳奇故事是,當那次進攻開始後,你把全隊趕到場上,你指著看臺上的約翰-坎迪。

  • The very, very funny, very famous actor of the day is no longer with us.

    當年那個非常非常有趣、非常非常有名的演員已經不在我們身邊了。

  • For those in our audience who may not know who John Candy was, you pointed a John Candy in the stands in order to calm down your teammates.

    對於我們的觀眾來說,可能不知道約翰-坎迪是誰,你為了讓你的隊友冷靜下來,在看臺上指著一個約翰-坎迪。

  • Is that an accurate story?

    這是一個準確的故事嗎?

  • I've heard that story told a trillion times.

    這個故事我聽過一萬億次了。

  • I've never had a chance to ask you.

    我一直沒有機會問你。

  • Yeah, well, what's really wasn't meant as that I don't you know, I was just being myself.

    是啊,什麼是真正的 是不是意味著,我不知道,我只是做自己。

  • I was the thing I always tried to do.

    我是我一直想做的事情。

  • Whether you're winning, you're losing, um, early in the game late in the game.

    不管你是贏了,還是輸了,嗯,早在比賽中晚在比賽中。

  • I always tried to be me and Harris Barton, one of our office starting offensive tackles, was a people person.

    我總是試圖成為我和哈里斯-巴頓,我們辦公室的主攻手之一,是一個人。

  • And so during the week we're free for dinner.

    所以在這一週裡,我們有空吃飯。

  • And so Harris could not wait to come back the next day or in the meetings later that night to tell you what celebrity he saw while he was out.

    於是,哈里斯迫不及待地在第二天或當天晚上的會議上回來告訴你,他在外面看到了什麼名人。

  • So, you know, TV timeouts in the Super Bowl forever.

    所以,你知道,電視暫停在超級碗永遠。

  • So I was just standing there, and between two shoulders had there was John Candy.

    所以我就站在那裡,在兩個肩膀之間,有約翰-坎迪。

  • And I didn't remember Harris saying that he had seen John Candy.

    我不記得哈里斯說過他見過約翰-坎迪。

  • So I walked over and said, Hey, H man, there's John Candy and he looked over and he looked at me and he stands.

    於是我走過去,說,嘿,H老兄,那是約翰-坎迪,他看了看我,他站了起來。

  • He stands perfectly still like this the whole time, no matter what.

    他一直這樣站在原地不動,無論如何都是如此。

  • And he looked over, and then he started mumbling some stuff about the Super Bowl.

    他看了看,然後開始喃喃自語,說起了超級碗的事情。

  • We're trying to win and you're looking at John Candy and, you know, hey was mumbling things, and I think he appreciates it more today than he did back then.

    我們想贏,而你看著約翰-坎迪,你知道,他在喃喃自語,我想他今天比那時更欣賞它。

  • But yeah, I was just trying toe not so much calm down.

    但是,是的,我只是想讓腳趾不要那麼平靜。

  • Just I was just being myself.

    只是我只是在做我自己。

  • 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。

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