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  • Do you think Bill Belichick has a point?

    你覺得比爾-貝利奇克說的有道理嗎?

  • He has.

    他有。

  • He absolutely has a point.

    他說的絕對有道理。

  • It's a matter of fact.

    這是一個事實。

  • I don't think it's an excuse.

    我不認為這是一個藉口。

  • It all he's giving you facts.

    他給你的都是事實。

  • Andi.

    安迪

  • I think his reputation precedes him because he is absolutely right.

    我認為他的名聲先於他,因為他是絕對正確的。

  • When have we heard Bill Belichick making excuses?

    我們什麼時候聽過比爾-貝利奇克找藉口?

  • I mean, you could make a legitimate argument that it was when he brought up when he tried to explain, you know, the air in footballs involving Deflate Gate.

    我的意思是,你可以提出一個合理的論點,那就是當他提出來的時候,當他試圖解釋,你知道,足球中的空氣涉及洩氣門。

  • But that's about it.

    但也僅此而已。

  • When you when you watched him talk about the New England Patriots as a football team and you watched him talk about games that have transpired, the results that emanated from them And what have you You didn't hear him making excuses, and in this particular case, he gave you fact he talked about for the last five years.

    當你看著他談論新英格蘭愛國者隊作為一支橄欖球隊,你看著他談論已經發生的比賽,從他們身上發出的結果,你有什麼你沒有聽到他找藉口,在這個特殊的情況下,他給你的事實,他談到了過去五年。

  • Listen, we went all in.

    聽著,我們全力以赴。

  • What did we do?

    我們做了什麼?

  • He said we said, Okay, we clearly didn't have any money.

    他說我們說,好吧,我們明明沒有錢。

  • We spent all our resource is over the last five years.

    我們所有的資源都是在過去的五年裡花的。

  • And what did we do?

    我們做了什麼?

  • We went to three Super Bowls.

    我們去了三個超級碗。

  • Okay, um, you know, we went toe on a F C championship game.

    好吧,嗯,你知道,我們去的腳趾在F C冠軍賽。

  • He's absolutely right.

    他說的很對

  • Those are points of fact.

    這些都是事實的要點。

  • And so I think that when you look at it from that perspective and you look at the level of success that he's had it to me.

    所以我認為,當你從這個角度來看,你看他的成功程度,它對我。

  • What I find to be ultimately cruel about Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots is that they enjoyed unprecedented success spanning 20 years and the very first season that Tom Brady is gone.

    我覺得比爾-貝利奇克和新英格蘭愛國者隊最終的殘酷之處在於,他們享受了跨越20年的空前成功,而湯姆-布雷迪離開的第一個賽季就取得了成功。

  • Suddenly they're struggling, but they ain't just struggling because of football.

    突然間,他們在掙扎,但他們不只是因為足球而掙扎。

  • If it was just football, I get it.

    如果只是足球,我明白。

  • But when almost, I think eight or nine different players, including Dont'a, Hightower and Patrick Chung and his boys don't show up because of covert 19.

    但當幾乎,我認為有八九個不同的球員,包括Dont'a,Hightower和Patrick Chung和他的孩子們沒有出現,因為祕密19。

  • When your your starting quarterback catches Cove in 19, he catches Verona.

    當你的首發四分衛在19歲時接住了科夫,他就接住了維羅納。

  • Okay, when Stefan Gilmore, the same thing happened to him, arguably the best quarterback in the game when numerous times Patriots facilities had to be shut down because of the virus.

    好吧,當斯特凡-吉爾莫,同樣的事情發生在他身上,可以說是最好的四分衛,當時無數次愛國者的設施都因為病毒而不得不關閉。

  • And we're sitting up here and talking about Bill Belichick and wondering whether or not his excuses, I just listen.

    而我們坐在這裡談論比爾-貝利奇克,想知道他的藉口是否存在,我只是聽。

  • If it's an excuse for him, I got news for you.

    如果這是他的藉口,我有消息要告訴你。

  • All of us make excuses.

    我們所有人都會找藉口。

  • All of us should be crucified because they enjoy the success that he has had over the last 19 years and literally the very first season.

    我們所有人都應該被釘在十字架上,因為他們享受他在過去19年和字面上的第一個賽季的成功。

  • He doesn't have the catalyst that that sparked it all for which is Tom Brady.

    他沒有引發這一切的催化劑,這就是湯姆-布雷迪。

  • Alright and and covert, 19 comes down and we talk and excuses.

    好吧,和隱蔽,19下來,我們談和藉口。

  • I just think that's incredibly incredibly unfair to him.

    我只是覺得這對他非常的不公平。

  • I can't do that to him.

    我不能這樣對他。

  • I really, really can't because that's basically implying we never thought you were great at all.

    我真的,真的不能,因為這基本上是在暗示我們從來沒有想過你是偉大的。

  • And that would be utter nonsense because we know how great of a football coach he is.

    而這完全是無稽之談,因為我們知道他是一個多麼偉大的足球教練。

  • First of all, is he making excuses?

    首先,他是不是在找藉口?

  • Well, I don't think he is.

    我不認為他是。

  • I think there's a difference between, like, you know, when people say everything happens for a reason.

    我想這兩者之間是有區別的,就像,你知道,當人們說每件事都是有原因的。

  • I don't believe that the same way other people do.

    我不像其他人那樣相信這一點。

  • But everything does happen for a reason.

    但凡事都是有原因的。

  • It's literally true that cause and effect exists, right, so if you want to explain cause and effect, that's one thing.

    從字面上看,因果是存在的,對吧,如果你想解釋因果,那是一回事。

  • It excuses when you don't take responsibility for what happened.

    當你不對發生的事情負責時,它就會找藉口。

  • I is he doing that?

    我是他做的嗎?

  • It doesn't sound like it quite to me, but let me say something.

    我聽起來不太像,但讓我說幾句。

  • I don't think he's really able to say what he means This is what really happened with the Patriots.

    我不認為他真的能說出他的意思這就是愛國者隊的真實情況。

  • You know when you hear a guy restructures his contract constantly, that frees up cap space for the team.

    你知道當你聽到一個人不斷地重組他的合同,那就為球隊騰出了上限空間。

  • Usually it gives the player more money in the short run and research and restructures, uh, to lower the salary cap for the team.

    通常會在短期內給球員更多的錢,研究和重組,呃,降低球隊的工資帽。

  • But what you're doing is you're kicking the can down the road so you could like pro rate bonuses and stuff over years.

    但你所做的是你在踢罐下的道路,所以你可以像親率獎金和東西多年。

  • Like Jerry Jones invented this after he ushered in the salary cap, how he signed Dion Sanders.

    就像傑裡-瓊斯在迎來工資帽後發明,他是如何簽下迪昂-桑德斯的。

  • And but eventually you got to pay the piper and what Belichick was trying to do towards the end of Tom Brady's career as he saw it.

    而且但最終你必須支付吹笛者和貝利奇克試圖做什麼對湯姆-布雷迪的職業生涯的結束,因為他看到了它。

  • He's Brady, in fact, is still going was get out of paying the piper.

    他是布雷迪,其實,還是要是出付蔞子。

  • We can get out of the Brady situation and hand the ball to Garoppolo, who I think can do more or less what Brady could do.

    我們可以擺脫布雷迪的局面,把球交給加洛波洛,我認為他多少可以做到布雷迪能做到的事情。

  • Probably less, but still can.

    可能比較少,但還是可以。

  • We can compete with them every year, and we don't ever have to pay the piper on Brady.

    我們每年都可以和他們競爭,而且我們永遠不用在布雷迪身上支付吹笛手。

  • Brady didn't end around to the owner, went around the GM and coach to the owner.

    布雷迪沒有繞到老闆那裡去,繞到總經理和教練那裡去。

  • Kraft told him what was up, obviously, right, as was reported, and what was the upshot?

    卡夫告訴他是怎麼回事,很明顯,對,就像報道中說的那樣,結果呢?

  • The owner goes to the G M.

    老闆去G M。

  • Bill Belichick says.

    比爾-貝利奇克說。

  • Uh, you're gonna send Garoppolo out of town now?

    你現在要把Garoppolo送出城嗎?

  • Belichick didn't want to do that.

    貝利奇克不想這樣做。

  • I don't think it's because he thought Brady gave them a lesser chance to win that season.

    我不認為這是因為他認為布雷迪在那個賽季給了他們更少的贏球機會。

  • But I do think he thought we have a chance to have a smooth transition here, to manage our cap space, to get out of having like, a cap hit on a Brady deal and to go forward remaining competitive.

    但我認為他認為我們有機會在這裡有一個平穩的過渡,管理我們的上限空間,擺脫有像,布雷迪交易的上限打擊,並繼續前進保持競爭力。

  • And that's not what happened.

    而事實並非如此。

  • That's why when Belichick says we sold out to get to those three Super Bowls, that's what he means.

    這就是為什麼當貝利奇克說我們賣力地去參加那三屆超級碗的原因,這就是他的意思。

  • Brady wound up being a $13.5 million cap it for the Patriots.

    布雷迪最終成為愛國者隊的1350萬美元上限。

  • Dead money.

    死錢。

  • That's what really affected their salary cap.

    這才是真正影響他們工資帽的原因。

  • Now I'm not arguing.

    現在我不爭論了。

  • I don't know if Belichick is either.

    我也不知道貝利奇克是不是。

  • That was the wrong move.

    這是錯誤的舉動。

  • Because you went to three Super Bowls, you won two Super Bowls.

    因為你參加了三次超級碗,你贏得了兩次超級碗。

  • That's a great thing.

    這是件好事

  • Who is that better than going to the playoffs 10 straight years and winning two or three Super Bowls over that time versus doing this and maybe having a dry spot for a year or two.

    這和連續10年打進季後賽,並在這段時間內贏得兩三個超級碗相比,誰更勝一籌呢,這樣做,也許能幹上一兩年。

  • That's debatable, right?

    這是值得商榷的吧?

  • He's not arguing.

    他不是在爭論。

  • They did the wrong thing.

    他們做錯了事。

  • He's explaining why this thing happened, but he can't come out and say, Look, the owner tied my hands in terms of the cat because of Brady.

    他在解釋這件事的原因,但他不能站出來說,你看,主人因為布雷迪的緣故,在貓的問題上綁住了我的手。

  • So he sounds like this.

    所以他的聲音是這樣的。

  • And to some, it may sound like an excuse.

    而在一些人看來,這可能聽起來像是一個藉口。

  • Yeah, I'm gonna agree with both of you.

    是啊,我同意你們倆的說法。

  • I will say this with With with reference to Bill Belichick.

    我要說的是比爾-貝利奇克。

  • The whole listen, the salary cap is what it is.

    整聽,工資帽是什麼。

  • Had they wanted more players on this football team, could they have made things work?

    如果他們想讓這支足球隊有更多的球員,他們能不能把事情辦好?

  • Everybody can do those things.

    每個人都可以做這些事情。

  • I think he understands when you when he looks at the landscape of his football team and Stephen A.

    我想他明白,當你當他看他的足球隊的風景和斯蒂芬A。

  • You made the point great, Right?

    你說的很好,對吧?

  • When you bring up the cove in list, the notable injuries, all those kinds of things, you know it There were there was nowhere to really go because of the talent on his football team.

    當你把在列表中的凹槽,顯著的傷害,所有這些類型的東西,你知道它有無處真正去,因為他的足球隊的人才。

  • So he knows it.

    所以他知道。

  • So what you gonna do?

    那你打算怎麼做?

  • You're gonna kind of grin and Barrett and that that's I think that's where he is.

    你要去種笑和巴雷特,這就是 我想這是他在哪裡。

  • I I agree with you as far as the excuse making, um, if he is making excuse.

    我同意你的說法,至於找藉口,嗯,如果他是找藉口。

  • Great, right?

    很好,對吧?

  • I mean, this is the best coach in the NFL history.

    我的意思是,這是NFL歷史上最好的教練。

  • He's explained the facts.

    他已經解釋了事實。

  • If you think it's an excuse, you know, fax excuses, whatever how everybody wants to frame it.

    如果你認為這是一個藉口,你知道,傳真的藉口,不管大家怎麼想的框架。

  • If you hate him, that's what you're gonna say.

    如果你恨他,那就是你要說的。

  • If you love, you're gonna say the other thing.

    如果你愛,你就會說另一件事。

  • But when I do look at this football team whether Garoppolo was there or whether Brady stayed there, this offense was gonna struggle this year.

    但當我真正審視這支橄欖球隊時 不管加洛波洛是否在那裡 或者布雷迪是否留在那裡 這支球隊今年的進攻都會陷入困境。

  • Irrespective of that, they have not done a good job of putting the pieces and parts around offensively.

    不管怎麼說,他們在進攻上並沒有很好地把各個環節和部位做好。

  • This team was built toe win defensively last year, and it was gonna be the same way this year.

    這支球隊去年就是為了防守勝利而建的 今年也會如此

  • 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。

Do you think Bill Belichick has a point?

你覺得比爾-貝利奇克說的有道理嗎?

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