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  • you start looking at what Josh Allen has been doing.

    你開始看看約什-艾倫一直在做什麼。

  • Look at his numbers this year.

    看看他今年的數據。

  • His Q b R has skyrocketed, is throwing for almost 100 more yards per game, and his completion percentage is now among the best in the league.

    他的Q b R飆升,每場比賽多投了近100碼,他的完成率現在是聯盟最好的之一。

  • For a guy who we wondered if he had NFL accuracy.

    對於一個我們懷疑他是否有NFL精度的人來說。

  • So what I want to do is a big picture conversation of If we were to redraft that class, who do you think would go Number one?

    所以我想做的是一個全局性的對話,如果我們要重選這個班級,你覺得誰會成為第一名?

  • But let's start, Mel, because I saw in your notes and you and I were talking.

    但我們先開始吧,梅爾,因為我在你的筆記裡看到了 你和我的談話。

  • You have been on the Josh Allen bandwagon since before that draft took place.

    你一直在約什-阿倫的行列,因為之前的選秀髮生。

  • What did you say?

    你說什麼?

  • Defending Josh Allen?

    為約什-阿倫辯護?

  • Seems I've been doing it since Day one, even going back toe Wyoming days.

    似乎我從第一天開始就在做,甚至回到懷俄明的日子。

  • People looking at completion percentage looking like that's the defining part of the evaluation.

    人們看完成率的時候,覺得那是評價的決定性部分。

  • His completion percentage.

    他的完成率。

  • That's lazy scouting.

    這就是懶惰的偵察。

  • It goes beyond that.

    不止如此。

  • If you wanna be lazy, fine.

    如果你想偷懶,很好。

  • There's a lot of lazy people.

    有很多懶人。

  • Okay, fine, be lazy.

    好吧,好吧,偷懶吧。

  • Bottom line is, there was more than that.

    一句話,不止於此。

  • Dig into it, dig it, dig into Josh out.

    挖吧,挖吧,挖到喬希出來。

  • And let me tell you what happened.

    讓我告訴你發生了什麼。

  • Let me tell you what happened with me guys?

    讓我來告訴你們我發生了什麼事,夥計們?

  • What Hap me was late this season.

    合我的是本賽季後期。

  • Late that year, when he lost his center, his running back, his tight end and his wide receiver all moved on into the NFL.

    那年年底,當他失去了他的中鋒,他的跑衛,他的緊後衛和他的外接手都轉入了NFL。

  • Three of those guys still in the NFL, by the way, coming out of Wyoming.

    對了,其中有三個人還在NFL,是從懷俄明州出來的。

  • But that year, without those guys, he had him winning.

    但那一年,沒有那些人,他讓他贏了。

  • He had a shoulder injury.

    他的肩膀有傷。

  • He missed two games against bad opponents that they should have won big.

    他錯過了兩場對陣糟糕對手的比賽,而這些比賽他們本該大獲全勝。

  • He wasn't planned.

    他不是計劃中的。

  • They lost both.

    他們兩敗俱傷。

  • There was games when Josh Allen didn't play, he didn't have to come back.

    有的比賽約什-阿倫沒打,他就不用回來了。

  • He had a shoulder injury.

    他的肩膀有傷。

  • I was talking to guys.

    我在跟人說話。

  • When he's gonna play E don't know, we don't know.

    他什麼時候會打E不知道,我們不知道。

  • He's not.

    他不是

  • Craig bowls the head coach.

    克雷格給主教練鞠躬。

  • He comes back for the bowl game.

    他回來參加碗賽。

  • He didn't have to see all these opt outs, These guys quitting on their teams.

    他不需要看到所有這些選擇退出的人,這些人退出他們的團隊。

  • Josh didn't quit on his team.

    Josh並沒有放棄他的團隊。

  • He came back with a shoulder injury to play in that bowl game.

    他帶著肩傷回來參加了那場碗賽。

  • They won that game in a row out.

    他們連續贏了那場比賽出。

  • He didn't need to play in that game, did not need to play in that game.

    他不需要參加那場比賽,不需要參加那場比賽。

  • Then you think about Josh Allen.

    然後你就會想到約什-艾倫。

  • Hey, who did I compare him to Grady?

    嘿,我拿他和格雷迪比誰了?

  • I didn't compare him to Ben Roethlisberger.

    我沒有把他和本-羅斯伯格相比。

  • Kim didn't compare him to Randy Johnson.

    金並沒有把他和蘭迪-約翰遜相比。

  • The Wild Greg Johnson, 144 walks in 1992 12 and 14 record in a 37 70 are A Three years later, he's 18 and two with a 248 a.

    野生的格雷格-約翰遜,144走在1992年12和14記錄在37 70是A三年後,他是18和兩個與248一個。

  • He's got 65 walks, 144 walks down the 65.

    他有65次保送,144次保送下來。

  • Why?

    為什麼?

  • Because they have coach before their name.

    因為他們的名字前有教練。

  • These guys aren't finished products.

    這些人不是成品。

  • They go into the NFL.

    他們進入NFL。

  • And there's coach whoever coach, Whoever.

    還有教練誰教練,誰誰。

  • There's a coach before your name because you're getting paid to be a coach and get these guys to improve to be better.

    在你的名字前面有一個教練,因為你是拿錢做教練,讓這些人提高到更好。

  • E.

    E.

  • I don't even remember the question, but I love the answer, so that's outstanding.

    我連問題都不記得了,但我喜歡這個答案,所以很出色。

  • So then let's let's start this over again.

    所以,那就讓我們重新開始吧。

  • The order in which they went that year not the pick that they were well, you see them on the screen.

    他們當年的順序不是他們好的挑選,你看螢幕上的他們。

  • The order in which they went that year, where Baker Mayfield went number one Sam Donald went number two amongst the quarterbacks, Allen went third, Josh Rosen went forth and Lamar Jackson, of course, went to the very end of the first round if they were redoing the draft right now, Dominique, if you owned a football team and you were redoing that draft, which of them would you take first?

    那一年他們的順序是,貝克-梅菲爾德排在第一,薩姆-唐納德排在四分衛中的第二,阿倫排在第三,約什-羅森排在前面,而拉瑪爾-傑克遜,當然,排在第一輪的最後,如果現在重選,多米尼克,如果你擁有一支橄欖球隊,重選的話,你會先選哪一個?

  • Yeah, I think I'm a landed a different place than Male, but for a lot of the same reasons, I would still go with Lamar Jackson.

    是啊,我覺得我和馬累的落腳點不一樣,但出於很多相同的原因,我還是會選擇拉馬爾-傑克遜。

  • I think because you look at the situation that Lamar Jackson was in last year in a situation that he's in this year, it is far from a perfect situation.

    我認為,因為你看看拉馬爾-傑克遜去年的情況,在今年的情況下,這遠不是一個完美的情況。

  • He's obviously a very limited quarterback in some ways, but he's exceptional in other ways, and they have a team that is not that spends very little money on their offense but somehow had the best offense in the league last year and still has a really respectable office now, all because of Lamar Jackson.

    他顯然在某些方面是一個非常有限的四分衛,但他在其他方面是卓越的,他們有一支球隊不是在他們的進攻中花費很少的錢,但不知何故去年擁有聯盟中最好的進攻,現在仍然有一個非常令人尊敬的辦公室,這一切都是因為拉馬爾傑克遜。

  • It's different because of Josh on Josh Allen situation.

    因為約什對約什-艾倫的情況不同。

  • They have given him everything.

    他們已經給了他一切。

  • He gets great offensive line protection.

    他得到了很好的攻擊線保護。

  • He has possibly the best receiving quarter receiving corps in the league in D court.

    他有可能是聯盟中D場最好的接應四分之一接應隊伍。

  • Excuse me, an offensive coordinator who is probably doing as well as anybody in the league right now, so he has everything around him.

    對不起,一個進攻協調員,他可能做得和現在聯盟中的任何人一樣好,所以他身邊有一切。

  • It reminds me a lot of not that he's gonna have the same fall off, but he reminds me a lot of the Carson Wentz situation where Carson Wentz had that M V P season and we realized that he was good.

    這讓我想起了很多不是說他會有同樣的落差,但他讓我想起了很多卡森-溫茨的情況,卡森-溫茨有那個M V P賽季,我們意識到他很好。

  • But he was great because everyone else was around him.

    但他之所以偉大,是因為其他人都在他身邊。

  • Okay, it's an interesting perspective.

    好吧,這是一個有趣的觀點。

  • Are seeing the same question to you?

    是否看到同樣的問題給你?

  • If you were, if you owned a football team and you could pick any of them first, who would you take?

    如果是你,如果你擁有一支足球隊,你可以先選擇其中任何一支,你會選擇誰?

  • E would take Lamar Jackson, but it's extremely close.

    E會選擇拉馬爾-傑克遜,但非常接近。

  • Josh Allen has definitely moved up in for for my perception, the way I look at him, the way I think of him, Josh Palin is becoming an elite quarterback.

    約什-阿倫絕對是在為我的看法,我看他的方式,我想他的方式,約什-佩林正在成為一個精英四分衛。

  • But if you ask this question in Week 13 last year, you say Lamar Jackson and you say it by a landslide and yes smell.

    但如果你在去年第13周問這個問題,你說拉馬爾-傑克遜,你說的是壓倒性的,是聞。

  • People do have coach in front of their names.

    人家名字前面確實有教練。

  • You know what else people have in front of their names?

    你知道人們的名字前面還有什麼嗎?

  • Stefan people have names like coal, and one thing that we've seen this year is adding Stefon Diggs and having a wide receiver that could create separation in one on one matchups makes you more accurate.

    斯特凡人的名字就像煤炭一樣,今年我們看到的一件事是增加了斯蒂芬-迪格斯,有一個可以在一對一的比賽中創造分離的外接手,讓你更準確。

  • When the nearest guy that's far away from your player, it's easier throw to make.

    當離你的球員最近的傢伙,離你的球員很遠的時候,就比較容易投出。

  • And I'm not, but I know I'm Listen, Mel, don't get upset with me.

    我不是,但我知道我是 聽著,梅爾,不要對我生氣。

  • I'm actually not arguing with you.

    其實我並沒有和你爭論。

  • I'm talking about the situations that these guys got eso when you look, eh?

    我說的是這些人得到的情況eso當你看,嗯?

  • So I look at Lamar Jackson and I think if Cole Beasley is on his team, if Stefon Diggs is on his team, which would be the two best receivers he's ever played with, I think he could do some similar things from an accurate standpoint, accuracy standpoint and the precision standpoint that Josh Allen is doing now.

    所以我看拉馬爾-傑克遜,我認為如果科爾-比斯利在他的球隊,如果斯蒂芬-迪格斯在他的球隊,這將是他曾經打過的兩個最好的接球手,我認為他可以從準確的角度,準確的角度和約什-阿倫現在做的精確的角度做一些類似的事情。

  • I think both of these guys are stars.

    我覺得這兩個人都是明星。

  • They're both extremely close and how I see them.

    他們都是極度親密的人,我怎麼看他們。

  • But right now, I would take Lamar Jackson.

    但現在,我會選擇拉馬爾-傑克遜。

  • Let me just say this real quick, guys, they when they came out, not revisionist history.

    讓我快速說一下,夥計們,當他們出來的時候,不是修正歷史。

  • I go back to when they came out, criticism of Josh Allen.

    我回到他們出來的時候,對約什-阿倫的責備。

  • Lamar Jackson was, and I had just said to me numerous times by just about everybody know, How do you like to quarterbacks that can't complete passes?

    拉馬爾-傑克遜是,我只是說我無數次 只是大家都知道,你怎麼喜歡四分衛 不能完成傳球?

  • How can you be a quarterback in the NFL when you can't complete passes, That's what they were saying.

    當你不能完成傳球時,你怎麼能成為NFL的四分衛,這就是他們所說的。

  • Doesn't matter.

    無所謂了

  • Who was catching the ball, Who were the options.

    誰在接球,誰是選擇。

  • They just couldn't accurately throw a football.

    他們只是不能準確地投擲足球。

  • That was the perception of people that were evaluating those two quarterbacks.

    這是評價這兩個四分衛的人的看法。

  • You could give them Hall of Fame receivers.

    你可以給他們名人堂的接班人。

  • They can't complete passes.

    他們不能完成傳球。

  • That was the criticism.

    這就是責備。

  • It doesn't matter who's out there.

    誰在外面並不重要。

  • They can't throw accurate strikes.

    他們不能投出準確的擊球。

  • That is, they're lazy.

    就是說,他們很懶。

  • They were wrong.

    他們錯了

  • They were lazy.

    他們很懶。

  • Both proved everybody wrong.

    都證明了所有人都錯了。

  • Let me get Desmond in here.

    讓我叫德斯蒙進來

  • If there was lazy days, if you are a team, who would you?

    如果有懶惰的日子,如果你是一個團隊,你會是誰?

  • Which of those guys would you take first?

    這些人中你會先選哪個?

  • Well, I said, I have to say I enjoyed this as a spectator.

    好吧,我說,我不得不說我作為一個觀眾很喜歡這樣。

  • Listen, Thio Male and our city and need go back and forth.

    聽著,Thio Male和我們的城市,需要來回走動。

  • Simply put, I love what Lamar brains because to me he is more of a dynamic quarterback and what you need to run an offense these days.

    簡單地說,我喜歡拉馬爾的大腦,因為在我看來,他更像是一個充滿活力的四分衛,也是你現在需要的進攻。

  • But Josh Allen, if you can put the pieces around him, his level of play, his style of play in my my opinion is much more sustainable than what Lamar Jackson showed us a year ago as the most valuable player of the league.

    但約什-阿倫,如果你能把他周圍的碎片,他的水準,他的風格在我看來,比一年前拉馬爾-傑克遜作為聯盟最有價值的球員向我們展示的更可持續。

  • I like the way that he's very accurate.

    我喜歡他的方式,他非常準確。

  • He understands defense is he's tall.

    他懂得防守是他的身高。

  • He sees over the offensive line.

    他看到的是進攻線。

  • He's everything you would want in a prototypical quarterback.

    他是一個典型的四分衛的一切。

  • Therefore, hiss level of players very sustainable.

    是以,嘶吼水準的玩家非常可持續。

  • He's where he needs to be.

    他在他需要的地方。

  • But as our C pointed out, which is very accurate, you have to put exceptional talent around him in order for him to be able to succeed at a high level.

    但正如我們的C所指出的那樣,這是非常準確的,你必須在他身邊安排卓越的人才,他才有可能在高水平上取得成功。

  • Whereas Lamar Jackson he could make everyone around him better.

    而拉馬爾-傑克遜他可以讓身邊的人變得更好。

  • Thank you 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。

  • Subscribe to ESPN plus.

    訂閱ESPN加。

you start looking at what Josh Allen has been doing.

你開始看看約什-艾倫一直在做什麼。

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