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  • Do you think that Baker can upset the Steelers with without their head coach?

    你認為貝克在沒有主教練的情況下能讓鋼人隊不爽嗎?

  • Yes, I do.

    是的,我有。

  • I think he can.

    我想他可以。

  • And in fact, I'm not backing off the pick.

    而事實上,我並沒有退選。

  • Even without Stefanski, who is the coach of the year, in my opinion, look, Baker Mayfield looked to me like he had something special in college, and he looked to the Browns also because they used the number one overall pick in the draft on him, even though he didn't have a great 40 time and he won that tall and he had a big enough arm.

    即使沒有斯特凡斯基,他是年度最佳教練,在我看來,看,貝克-梅菲爾德在我看來,他在大學裡有一些特別的東西,他看上了布朗隊,也是因為他們在選秀中用了第一號總選秀權在他身上,即使他沒有一個偉大的40時間,他贏得了那麼高,他有一個足夠大的手臂。

  • It was a big, but there were guys with bigger arms and he was accurate.

    雖說是大個子,但也有臂膀大的人,而且他也很準。

  • But it wasn't like he was Drew Brees or someone like that, right, But they saw something special in him.

    但它不像他是德魯-布里斯或類似的人,對吧,但他們看到了他的一些特別之處。

  • They drafted him number one overall.

    他們把他選為第一號選手。

  • Ryan Clark.

    Ryan Clark.

  • It was you who said, I think the most devastating thing about Baker Mayfield on this show on first take.

    是你說的,我認為貝克-梅菲爾德在這個節目中最具有破壞性的事情,在第一時間。

  • Eventually.

    最終。

  • At some point earlier in this season, you said, Look, it's just all right, he's okay.

    在本賽季早些時候,你說,你看,這只是所有權利,他沒事。

  • And that was devastating in terms of the perception off Baker, Mayfield and I resisted it first.

    而這在關乎貝克、梅菲爾德和我的觀念上是毀滅性的,我首先抗拒了。

  • You know, look, he's had something special once.

    你知道嗎,聽著,他曾經有過一些特別的東西。

  • What happened?

    怎麼了?

  • Well, maybe it was, You know, Oklahoma and and and and the Big 12 and guy receivers were wide open, and it really wasn't that good, and I kind of bought into that after a while.

    好吧,也許是,你知道,俄克拉荷馬州和 和和和大12和傢伙接收者都是開放的, 它真的不是那麼好, 我種買進後一段時間。

  • But you know what?

    但你知道嗎?

  • He turned it around, and he's looking kind of special again.

    他轉過來了,他又顯得有點特別了。

  • Is he independently great, like, is he great, no matter what the circumstance, like Aaron Rodgers of Patrick Mahomes or No, no, he's not that guy, even a guy like Justin Herbert.

    他是獨立的偉大,就像,他是偉大的,無論在什麼情況下,就像帕特里克-馬霍姆斯的阿倫-羅傑斯或不,不,他不是那個人,甚至像賈斯汀-赫伯特這樣的人。

  • You could see Mawr talent, right?

    你能看出毛氏人才吧?

  • He's not that guy.

    他不是那個人。

  • He's like most quarterbacks.

    他和大多數四分衛一樣

  • It depends on the circumstance.

    這要看情況而定。

  • So when he had Hugh Jackson the worst coaching football that year, he was no good Greg Williams.

    所以,當他讓休-傑克遜成為當年最差的教練足球時,他就不是好的格雷格-威廉姆斯了。

  • He got better, but Greg Williams made a call to play call so bad this year, he's out of football, Maybe permanently now, right?

    他變得更好了,但格雷格-威廉姆斯今年做了一個錯誤的決定,他已經離開了橄欖球,也許是永久性的,對嗎?

  • Freddie Kitchens was maybe the worst coach that season or one of them, and he finally got a good coach and you can see in the right circumstances he can ball.

    弗雷迪-基欽斯也許是那個賽季最差的教練,還是其中之一,他終於找到了一個好教練,你可以看到在合適的情況下,他可以球。

  • He can ball.

    他能打球。

  • But Ryan, here's the thing.

    但瑞安,事情是這樣的

  • Just cause Stefanski is not there doesn't mean the circumstances aren't right for Baker Mayfield.

    Stefanski不在不代表環境不適合Baker Mayfield。

  • He's got an excellent offensive line, like a head coach, as you know better than I do.

    他的進攻線很出色,就像一個主教練,你比我更清楚。

  • It's like in boxing when you see a corner man.

    就像在拳擊比賽中,當你看到一個角鬥士。

  • Yeah, important work is done in the corner on the night of the fight.

    是啊,重要的工作都是在角逐中完成的。

  • But is that the most important work?

    但這是最重要的工作嗎?

  • No.

    不知道

  • The most important work is in the training camp, right?

    最重要的工作是在訓練營吧?

  • Coming up with strategy, making sure you're in shape, making sure all the I's air died in the teaser cross.

    想出策略,確保你的狀態,確保所有的I的空氣死在預告十字架。

  • All the technique is right.

    所有的技術都是正確的。

  • The attitude is right.

    態度是正確的。

  • That's what Stefanski is done.

    這就是斯特凡斯基的工作。

  • It's not like a zone blocking scheme in the run game goes away because Stefanski is not there.

    並不是因為斯特凡斯基不在,跑動中的區域攔截方案就會消失。

  • It's not like arguably, it's certainly an elite offensive line goes away because Stefanski is not there.

    可以說,這並不是說,因為斯特凡斯基不在,就肯定是一條精英進攻線消失了。

  • That stuff still there.

    那東西還在那裡。

  • So the question is, do you believe that Baker Mayfield can deliver under pressure?

    那麼問題是,你相信貝克-梅菲爾德能在壓力下做出成績嗎?

  • I do.

    我是這麼想的

  • Listen, I don't disagree that Baker Mayfield at times can deliver under pressure.

    聽著,我並不反對貝克・梅菲爾德有時能在壓力下完成任務。

  • This is not going to be an attack and trash Baker Mayfield session for me because we've watched throughout the second half of this season.

    對我來說,這不會是一個攻擊和垃圾貝克-梅菲爾德的會議,因為我們已經看了本賽季整個下半場。

  • Tennessee Titans, Baltimore Ravens.

    田納西泰坦隊,巴爾的摩烏鴉隊。

  • You go back to the game, they lose Odell Beckham Jr against the Cincinnati Bengals.

    你回到比賽中,他們失去了小奧德爾-貝克漢姆,對陣辛辛那提孟加拉隊。

  • We've seen him be special, but all of those special moments go and coincide with Kevin Stefanski.

    我們看到了他的特別,但所有這些特別的時刻都會和凱文-斯特凡斯基相吻合。

  • There's not a time we come on this show on a Monday morning and we're talking Mags or Stephen A is talking, and we separate Baker, Mayfield and Kevin Stefanski.

    沒有一次我們在週一早上來參加這個節目,我們正在談論Mags或者Stephen A正在談論,我們分開了Baker,Mayfield和Kevin Stefanski。

  • Everything that we see about his growth, the things we see about his progression, the things we see about his success come from Kevin Stefanski being able to manage Baker Mayfield through the run game and dial up the correct place to get people open and put Baker Mayfield in the situation to where he's comfortable.

    我們看到的關於他的成長,我們看到的關於他的進步,我們看到的關於他的成功的一切都來自於凱文-斯特凡斯基能夠通過跑動遊戲管理貝克-梅菲爾德,並撥出正確的地方讓人們打開,並將貝克-梅菲爾德置於他舒適的情況下。

  • That's gone, and I know you talk about the head coach and the work being done throughout the week, schematically putting the programs together, making sure everything is set in the right place.

    這已經過去了,我知道你談到了主教練和整個星期的工作,計劃性地把程序放在一起,確保一切都設置在正確的地方。

  • But they don't get that right, even though they're on zoom calls and he could be a part of that.

    但他們沒有得到這個權利,即使他們在變焦通話,他可能是其中的一部分。

  • He doesn't get toe, watch it on the field and see Baker Mayfield go through it and correct it.

    他沒有得到腳趾,在場上看著它,看到貝克-梅菲爾德通過它並糾正它。

  • And the other part about this Dominique, say something very, very smart this morning, he said.

    而另一部分關於這個多米尼克,今天早上說一些非常非常聰明的事情,他說。

  • You know, the decision making and the analytics of being a head coach.

    你知道,作為一個主教練的決策和分析。

  • Some of those things where science, right, they're scientific.

    有些東西在哪裡科學,對,他們是科學的。

  • You can teach somebody those, or you can hand somebody a sheet that says, This is when you go for two.

    你可以教別人這些,或者你可以遞給別人一張紙,上面寫著:這是當你去兩個。

  • This is when you go for it on fourth down.

    這時候你要在第四次進攻中去爭取。

  • But play calling is an art and one and artistry right.

    但是,玩叫是一門藝術,也是一種和藝術性吧。

  • You have to have a level or a base level of talent, right?

    你要有水準或基礎的人才吧?

  • You have to have a level of talent to be able to do that.

    你得有一定的天賦水準才行。

  • Kevin Stefanski has that.

    凱文-斯特凡斯基有那個。

  • But the art part of it is, is that I can feel I can move when when this line is a little bit off.

    但是它的藝術部分是,是我能感覺到我能動的時候,當這個線有點偏差。

  • I know how to change that and adjust that and make that work.

    我知道如何改變和調整,讓它發揮作用。

  • That's what Kevin Stefanski has been for this team.

    這就是凱文-斯特凡斯基對這支球隊的貢獻。

  • When the run game needed to be great, he understood how to get it there.

    當跑動需要很好的時候,他明白如何去實現它。

  • When he knew he had to get a big fourth down conversion, he knew that it was best to give Baker Mayfield the ball as a keeper so he could have an extra blocker.

    當他知道自己必須獲得一個大的第四攻轉換時,他知道最好的辦法是把球給貝克-梅菲爾德作為一個守門員,這樣他就可以多一個阻擋者。

  • These are all the things that Kevin Stefanski knows and feels that have allowed Baker Mayfield to be in this position.

    這些都是凱文-斯特凡斯基所知道的,也是他覺得貝克-梅菲爾德能夠處於這個位置的原因。

  • They're missing other offensive coaches.

    他們缺少其他進攻教練。

  • They don't have an opportunity to get in the building.

    他們沒有機會進入大樓。

  • And this team hasn't had any continuity for three weeks.

    而這支隊伍已經三週沒有任何連續性了。

  • And by the way, the Pittsburgh Steelers looked a little good on defense against the Cleveland Browns.

    對了,匹茲堡鋼人隊在對陣克利夫蘭布朗隊的比賽中,防守顯得有些不錯。

  • Mason Rudolph was able to get the ball down the field, even though Warren and Johnson were out in the back end for Cleveland.

    梅森-魯道夫在克里夫蘭的後場,即使沃倫和約翰遜都不在,但他還是能把球傳到場上。

  • And I think they've seen some things that say right now, the Pittsburgh Steelers are a better team than the Cleveland Browns, and I believe Kevin Stefanski is worth at least a touchdown.

    我認為他們已經看到了一些東西,說現在,匹茲堡鋼人隊是一支比克利夫蘭布朗隊更好的球隊,我相信凱文-斯特凡斯基至少值得達陣。

  • They do not win this game.

    他們贏不了這場比賽。

  • Well, look, is it harder for them to win?

    嗯,你看,他們要想贏,難不難?

  • Yes.

    是的,我知道

  • And after I said the thing about corner men, you know, cashes Clay before he was Mohammed Ali, right before he fought Sonny Liston and Liston's corner rub.

    在我說了關於角鬥士的事情之後,你知道,兌現克萊在他是穆罕默德-阿里之前,就在他與桑尼-利斯頓和利斯頓的角鬥摩擦之前。

  • You know, liniment on his gloves of God in clay's eyes.

    你知道,他的神手套上的油泥在泥土的眼睛。

  • He couldn't see.

    他看不見。

  • He wanted to quit his corner, man, Angelo Dundee had to push him out.

    他想退出他的角落,夥計,安吉洛-鄧迪不得不把他推出去。

  • Or maybe he loses.

    也可能是他輸了。

  • I'm not discounting play calling for Stefanski in a title fight here, right?

    我不打折扣的玩叫斯特凡斯基在這裡的冠軍戰,對不對?

  • Like I, which is what it is.

    像我,就是這樣的。

  • Even though it's the first round, it's a F C.

    雖然是第一輪,但也是F C。

  • North Steelers, Braun's third meeting this year.

    北鋼隊,布勞恩今年的第三次見面。

  • Here's something, though, that you're not taking Consider into consideration.

    但有一點,你沒有考慮到。

  • I don't think the Steelers destroyed the Browns the first time they curb stuff in the first time they played the next time they played.

    我不認為鋼人隊摧毀了布朗隊的第一次,他們在第一次比賽中遏制的東西在下次比賽中。

  • Now the Browns win.

    現在布朗隊贏了。

  • Now.

    現在就去

  • Was it closer than it ought to have been considering?

    是不是比它應該考慮的更接近?

  • No.

    不知道

  • Roethlisberger?

    Roethlisberger?

  • Yes, it waas, but clearly a trend in the right direction.

    是的,它是waas,但顯然是一個正確的方向的趨勢。

  • You have an ascending team in Cleveland and a Baker Mayfield, who's gonna have to put his big boy pants on right.

    你在克利夫蘭有一支升班馬,還有一個貝克・梅菲爾德,他得穿上他的大男孩褲子。

  • He's not going to have Stefanski there, not just for confidence, but you're right for play calling, and Stefanski controls the offense.

    他不會讓斯特凡斯基在那裡,不僅僅是為了自信,你說的對,是為了指揮比賽,斯特凡斯基控制進攻。

  • He is going to have to do it himself.

    他要自己動手。

  • This is one of those moments where they are underdogs.

    這是他們處於下風的時刻之一。

  • The odds are stacked against them.

    機會對他們不利。

  • They are on the road.

    他們在路上。

  • They are they are supposed to lose.

    他們是他們應該失去。

  • Do you think Baker Mayfield is the kind of guy who can get you a win there, and what does that really mean?

    你認為貝克-梅菲爾德是那種能讓你在那裡獲得勝利的人嗎,這到底意味著什麼?

  • Because they're going to run the ball and they really can.

    因為他們要去跑球,他們真的可以。

  • They could block for the run, and they got backs who can really run?

    他們可以阻擋跑動,而他們的後衛真的能跑嗎?

  • Do you think that Baker can complete the necessary plays down the field to get it done?

    你認為貝克能在場上完成必要的戰術嗎?

  • I do.

    我是這麼想的

  • That's the bottom line is I believe that.

    這是我相信的底線。

  • Then do what you gotta get there.

    那就做你該做的事

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    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。

Do you think that Baker can upset the Steelers with without their head coach?

你認為貝克在沒有主教練的情況下能讓鋼人隊不爽嗎?

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