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  • they have the weapons on offense and you think to yourself this team has it going.

    他們擁有進攻的武器,你會想,這支球隊有了它。

  • But what they had to lose, you know, they were they were down.

    但他們不得不失去的是,你知道,他們是他們倒下了。

  • Uh, nobody was expecting them to win the NFC East anymore.

    呃,沒人指望他們能贏得NFC東部了。

  • And everybody said the Eagles were gonna do it.

    大家都說老鷹隊會這麼做。

  • And now all of a sudden, the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day, where they play all the time, and they continue to be the gift that keeps on giving have expectations and they have goals and they can actually win the NFC East.

    現在突然間,達拉斯牛仔隊在感恩節,他們一直在那裡打球,他們繼續成為不斷給予的禮物有期望,他們有目標,他們實際上可以贏得NFC東部。

  • And as I was sitting here, I don't know if somebody plays Stephen a seat under me, and you know, I Stephen a he got that little joint that he sit behind his back so he could seem tall.

    當我坐在這裡,我不知道是否有人扮演斯蒂芬 在我下面的座位,你知道,我斯蒂芬 他得到了一個小關節,他坐在他的背後 所以他可以看起來高大。

  • You know?

    你知道嗎?

  • I mean, because, you know, his legs high and his waist high, but his torso real short.

    我的意思是,因為,你知道,他的腿高,他的腰高, 但他的軀幹真正的短。

  • So he put that thing behind him so he could look tall.

    所以他把那個東西放在了身後,這樣他就可以看起來很高大。

  • And I thought to myself I felt like Stephen a jumped into my body and CRC, they gonna mess it up.

    我心想我感覺就像Stephen跳進了我的身體,CRC,他們會把事情搞砸的。

  • And that's how I feel.

    這就是我的感覺。

  • And I know, like on paper, they should beat the Washington football team and the Washington football team.

    我知道,就像紙上談兵一樣,他們應該擊敗華盛頓足球隊和華盛頓足球隊。

  • They get lucky last week.

    上週他們很幸運。

  • Unfortunately, Joburg gets hurt, but Ollie Smith play kind of well.

    不幸的是,約堡受傷了,但奧利-史密斯發揮還算不錯。

  • And when you look at McKissick and you think about Gibson, it's like those dudes run the football pretty good and they have a reason to be playing for their coach and defensively.

    而當你看到麥基西克,你會想到吉布森,就像那些帥哥跑得很好,他們有理由為他們的教練和防守效力。

  • Late in the game against Detroit, they found something.

    在對底特律的比賽後期,他們發現了一些東西。

  • Obviously, against the Cincinnati Bengals.

    很明顯,對辛辛那提孟加拉隊。

  • They found something.

    他們發現了一些東西。

  • And I think I think Washington is gonna win because the thing Waas will they make you proud one.

    我想我認為華盛頓會贏,因為他們會讓你感到驕傲。

  • We will never be proud of the Dallas Cowboys.

    我們永遠不會為達拉斯牛仔隊感到驕傲。

  • No matter who you are, you won't be proud, Max.

    不管你是誰,你都不會驕傲的,麥克斯。

  • I won't be proud.

    我不會驕傲的。

  • Even America will not be proud because they're not even America's team.

    連美國都不會驕傲,因為他們根本不是美國的球隊。

  • But what we are used to is being disappointed when they have expectations and we thought the culture is bad.

    但我們習慣的是,當他們有期望時,我們就會失望,我們以為文化不好。

  • We thought the defense was bad.

    我們認為防守很差。

  • We knew the defense coordinated was bad.

    我們知道防守協調不好。

  • He's still bad, but all of a sudden we're starting to talk good about the Max Max.

    他還是很壞,但突然間我們開始說好話了,Max Max。

  • We're saying things like they can win the NFC East and whenever we do that, what do the Dallas Cowboys do for us?

    我們說的是他們可以贏得NFC東部,每當我們這樣做的時候,達拉斯牛仔隊為我們做了什麼?

  • They give us something else to talk about the next week, and it ain't never good stuff.

    他們會在下週給我們提供一些其他的話題,這可不是什麼好東西。

  • So for that reason, I say as I will be eating my sweet potato pie, my ooey gooey butter cake.

    所以,為此,我說,因為我將吃我的紅薯派,我的油酥餅。

  • Ah, little gumbo, maybe some turkey Turkey is like my least favorite part of Thanksgiving.

    啊,小濃湯,也許一些火雞 火雞就像我最不喜歡的部分 感恩節。

  • I know I will be sitting there saying to myself, The Dallas Cowboys have done it again.

    我知道我會坐在那裡對自己說,達拉斯牛仔隊又成功了。

  • They've given me something to talk about on first take on Friday morning, because somehow, some way they're gonna lose this game.

    他們給了我一些東西,讓我在週五早上的第一節課上談一談,因為不知為何,他們會以某種方式輸掉這場比賽。

  • If it wasn't for the hairline, I mean, I might have to call you, uh, Steven a.

    如果不是因為髮際線, 我的意思是,我可能要叫你,呃,史蒂芬。

  • Clark.

    克拉克

  • That's exactly why we didn't miss a beat here.

    這正是我們在這裡沒有失誤的原因。

  • That's right.

    是的

  • There are expectations, and by the way, and by the way, that's the best argument you could be.

    有期望,順便說一句,順便說一句,這是你最好的論據。

  • You could make.

    你可以做。

  • And by the way, Washington has some guys up front who could get after it.

    順便說一下,華盛頓的前鋒有一些人可以去追。

  • Right?

    對吧?

  • All those things, air training.

    所有這些東西,空中訓練。

  • I don't think you know when you see a trend when you see a trend in a certain direction.

    我覺得當你看到某個方向的趨勢時,你不知道什麼時候看到趨勢。

  • Like I was talking about the way they were coached after the Eagles game, which again they only scored nine points.

    就像我說的他們在老鷹隊比賽後的執教方式,他們又只得了9分。

  • They lost by two touchdowns, but I thought, No, I see something happening here.

    他們輸了兩個達陣,但我想,不,我看到這裡發生了什麼。

  • And then it continued.

    然後繼續。

  • They played the Steelers better.

    他們和鋼人隊打得更好。

  • And then it continued.

    然後繼續。

  • They beat the Vikings.

    他們打敗了維京人。

  • This is a team that is trending in the right direction.

    這是一支趨勢正確的球隊。

  • Washington is.

    華盛頓是。

  • You know, the NFC East is awful, but there's no team in it at the moment.

    你知道,NFC東部很糟糕,但現在沒有球隊在裡面。

  • Like the Jets, you know there's no team in it.

    就像噴氣機隊一樣,你知道這裡面沒有球隊。

  • Let you go.

    讓你走吧

  • Okay, Come on.

    好吧,來吧。

  • You could say, Hey, you actually have to prepare for Washington or the New York football Giants.

    你可以說,嘿,其實你要準備華盛頓或紐約足球巨人隊。

  • They do have a defense.

    他們確實有防守。

  • There's no absolute bottom feeder.

    沒有絕對的底層飼養員。

  • This team is incapable of winning, and that includes Washington.

    這支球隊沒有能力獲勝,包括華盛頓。

  • I just like the way Dallas is playing more.

    我只是更喜歡達拉斯的打法。

  • But maybe I may have to concede this debate because certainly you're right.

    但也許我可能不得不讓步這場辯論,因為你肯定是對的。

  • There are certain expectations for the Cowboys at the moment, considering the NFC East and so soft.

    考慮到NFC東部和如此軟弱,目前對牛仔隊有一定的期待。

  • Five wins, maybe six wins.

    五勝,也許六勝。

  • I'm rooting for five wins.

    我支持五場勝利。

  • The division.

    該司。

  • Um, maybe they're all set up to disappoint you on on Thanksgiving and that Z Zahra's high as they can set expectations before they come down.

    嗯,也許他們都是為了讓你在感恩節上失望而設置的,扎拉的高,因為他們可以在下來之前設置期望值。

  • But I expectations could get a little higher.

    但我的期望值可以再高一點。

  • I think expectations around Christmas, you know, like like give it a couple more weeks, let him get to the point where they're gonna win the division and then they fall flat.

    我認為聖誕節前後的期望,你知道,就像給它多幾個星期,讓他得到的點,他們要去贏得分區,然後他們落空。

  • No, I think the thing is right.

    不,我覺得這個事情是對的。

  • She what?

    她什麼?

  • The thing is like, You can't wait till Christmas.

    事情是這樣的,你不能等到聖誕節。

  • Now it's 2000 and 20.

    現在是2000和20。

  • You need to get disappointed on other holidays.

    你需要在其他節日失望。

  • And what better holiday to be disappointed on than Thanksgiving when you could go stress eat afterwards?

    還有什麼節日比感恩節更讓人失望,因為感恩節過後你可以去壓力吃?

  • What's up with this is the perfect time for the Dallas Cowboys to show us who they truly are.

    這是怎麼回事,這是達拉斯牛仔隊向我們展示他們真正身份的最佳時機。

  • Andy Dalton played well, but when you think back to the game, Andy Dalton threw the ball right toe Boyd and he just dropped it.

    安迪-道爾頓打得很好,但你回想一下比賽,安迪-道爾頓把球扔給了博伊德,他就把球扔了。

  • The game supposed to be over.

    遊戲應該結束了。

  • It's supposed to be interception in the end zone.

    應該是在端區攔截。

  • Give the ball back to Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings.

    把球還給柯克-考辛斯和明尼蘇達維京人隊。

  • And so there still are those little things that happened in that game, which have toe happen for teams to win.

    所以在那場比賽中,還是有那些小事發生,有趾發生的球隊才會贏。

  • Right?

    對吧?

  • Justin Jefferson, who who's barely dropped the ball off season, drops ashore first down conversion on second down, which leads to the fourth down, incomplete pass, and so all of these little things happen to set us up for this week.

    本賽季幾乎沒有丟球的賈斯汀-傑弗森,在二次進攻中丟掉了岸上的第一次進攻轉換,這導致了第四次進攻,不完整的傳球,所以這些小事情的發生都為我們本週的比賽做了鋪墊。

  • Thio To make Jerry Jones start to feel good about hiring Mike McCarthy for this defense, to start to feel good.

    Thio 要讓Jerry Jones開始對聘請Mike McCarthy來做這個防守,開始有好感。

  • Which they got some people healthy, right?

    他們得到了一些人的健康,對不對?

  • Vander Astor wuzzy wuzzy e.

    Vander Astor wuzzy wuzzy e.

  • But I still think that tomorrow Alex Smith and Washington find a way to win and will be disappointed in the Cowboys again.

    但我還是認為,明天阿萊克斯-史密斯和華盛頓找到了贏球的方法,會對牛仔隊再次失望。

  • I notice this.

    我注意到這一點。

  • I notice this year has been really just slander around Thanksgiving.

    我注意到今年的感恩節前後真的只是誹謗。

  • I notice it more and more guys and I don't like it.

    我注意到它越來越多的傢伙,我不喜歡它。

  • I'm a fan of Turkey.

    我是土耳其的粉絲。

  • I see the turkey gravy in the whole e.

    我看到火雞肉汁在整個e。

  • It is the centerpiece.

    它是核心。

  • C c.

    C c.

  • Every this is the new thing.

    每這是新的東西。

  • Everyone's got a disk.

    每個人都有一個磁盤。

  • The turkey turkey E fan.

    的火雞E扇。

  • I don't like it, e.

    我不喜歡它,e。

  • I don't like to slander.

    我不喜歡誹謗。

they have the weapons on offense and you think to yourself this team has it going.

他們擁有進攻的武器,你會想,這支球隊有了它。

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