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  • Do you think that Doug Peterson owes the team an apology for benching hurts?

    你覺得道格-彼得森欠球隊一個道歉,因為他的板凳傷人?

  • Yes, I do with I only think that not only do I think he owes him an apology, I think he should be fired.

    是的,我是這麼認為的,我不僅認為他欠他一個道歉,我認為他應該被解僱。

  • And and by the way, I thought that before this.

    順便說一句,在這之前,我還以為。

  • But now I I would say absolutely.

    但現在我我想說絕對是。

  • I thought that because of the Carson Wentz debacle, and I think it now, the only one thing that could save him is this.

    我以為,因為卡森-溫茨的失敗,我現在認為,唯一能拯救他的就是這個。

  • You hear what Miles Sanders said, Listen closely.

    你聽到邁爾斯-桑德斯說的話了嗎,仔細聽。

  • Whoever was the main factor behind the decision if Peterson, who remember, could not choose his own staff, right when the head coach is not allowed to choose his own guys when the head coach is saddled with a quarterback who clearly won't listen, who won't follow the game plan?

    如果彼得森還記得,他不能選擇自己的工作人員,對的,當主教練被一個明顯不聽話,不按照比賽計劃進行的四分衛套住的時候,誰才是決定的主要因素?

  • Who won't execute the things clearly they must have worked on during the week, Right, like ball security symbols don't force throws stuff like that.

    誰不會執行的事情顯然他們在這一週內一定會努力,對吧,比如說球的安全符號不要強行投擲之類的東西。

  • When all that's going on, you start to wonder, Is the head coach really calling the shots?

    當這些事情發生後,你就會開始懷疑,主教練真的在發號施令嗎?

  • If Peterson, who would still owe the team an apology, were to say, Look, guys, hands are tied, I got the cuffs on like I had to do this.

    如果彼得森還欠球隊一個道歉,他說:"聽著,夥計們,手被綁住了,我戴上了手銬,就像我必須這樣做一樣"。

  • I got my marching orders.

    我得到了我的行軍令。

  • Maybe that would save his job or explain what's going on.

    也許這樣可以保住他的工作,或者解釋一下發生了什麼。

  • But otherwise listen to the players on the team.

    但除此之外,聽聽球隊裡的球員。

  • Jason Kelsey.

    Jason Kelsey

  • Media availability.

    媒體的可用性。

  • December 19th.

    12月19日

  • Go check out what he said and imagine how he feels about this.

    去看看他是怎麼說的,想象一下他對這件事的感受。

  • You just heard Miles Sanders.

    你剛剛聽到了邁爾斯-桑德斯的聲音

  • Those guys.

    這些傢伙。

  • How could you trust that, Coach?

    你怎麼能相信呢,教練?

  • Guys, this was not some some game where, you know, like there.

    夥計們,這不是一些一些遊戲, 你知道,像有,

  • No, it's got flexed to prime time.

    不,它已經被調整到黃金時間了。

  • You were playing a divisional rival.

    你是在和師門的對手比賽。

  • You had a chance to keep out of the playoffs.

    你本來有機會遠離季後賽的。

  • And don't tell me you were trying to go from 9 to 6 in the draft.

    別告訴我,你是想在選秀中從9人變成6人。

  • Your GM hasn't drafted a Pro Bowler in half a decade.

    你的總經理已經有五年沒有徵召過一個職業球員了。

  • He's better off drafting night.

    他最好在起草夜。

  • The player of fall to him instead of making them to speak.

    的玩家的倒向他,而不是讓他們說話。

  • Pick like, what are we really talking about here?

    挑喜歡,我們到底在說什麼?

  • What are we really talking about here?

    我們到底在說什麼?

  • Way Need toe.

    方式需要趾。

  • Evaluate the third stringer instead of to see if the second round pick who's gonna be your franchise quarterback can win a game in prime time in the fourth quarter.

    評估第三支柱,而不是看第二輪選秀權誰將成為你的特許四分衛,能不能在第四節的黃金時間贏得一場比賽。

  • Yeah, he owes him an apology at least Nah, no.

    是啊,他至少欠他一個道歉 不,不。

  • No, they don't.

    不,他們沒有。

  • Hey, hey.

    嘿,嘿。

  • Don't hate been mad.

    不要恨被瘋狂。

  • He'd been mad at Doug and Carson hates everybody in Philly, but, hey, definitely that he doesn't own apology.

    他對道格和卡森恨透了費城的每一個人,但是,嘿嘿,絕對是他沒有自己的道歉。

  • And I'm on the side that he was dead wrong.

    而我是站在他錯得很離譜的那一邊。

  • I'm on the side that he he didn't give his team the best opportunity to win.

    我是站在他這一邊的,他他沒有給他的球隊最好的贏球機會。

  • I'm on the side that the decision that he had predetermined before the game is won.

    我是站在他在比賽前就已經預設好的決定是贏了。

  • You absolutely cannot make in that position, but, you know, home an apology.

    你絕對不能在那個位置,但是,你知道,回家道歉。

  • I played 13 years and I can't remember ever hearing.

    我玩了13年,我不記得曾經聽過。

  • Sorry, You get some my bad.

    對不起,你得到一些我的壞。

  • You get some people taking accountability for their actions.

    你讓一些人對自己的行為負責。

  • But I'm sorry.

    但我很抱歉

  • Oh, I apologize.

    哦,我道歉。

  • Doug Peterson didn't didn't make this decision to spite his team.

    道格-彼得森做出這個決定並不是為了報復他的球隊。

  • That's not that's not what I feel.

    這不是... ...這不是我的感覺。

  • Doug Peterson make this decision because he looked at it as this is the decision that I wanna make.

    道格-彼得森做了這個決定,因為他認為這是我想做的決定。

  • This is about Doug Peterson as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles and whatever conversations that he was having with executives in his his organization.

    這是關於道格-彼得森作為費城老鷹隊的主教練,以及他與他的組織中的高管們進行的任何對話。

  • Doug Peterson wasn't looking at this like I'm doing the thing that's going to help you all win football games I'm doing whatever it takes to get us a dove like Jason, Kelsey said in his media availability.

    道格-彼得森並不是在看這件事,就像我正在做的事情,將幫助你們贏得足球比賽,我正在做任何事情來讓我們像傑森一樣的鴿子,凱爾西在他的媒體可用性中說道。

  • And he made a mistake.

    而且他犯了一個錯誤。

  • Now this wasn't a mistake.

    現在這不是一個錯誤。

  • This is a decision.

    這是一個決定。

  • This is a decision that he made knowing his team was going into the last game.

    這是他在知道自己的球隊要進入最後一場比賽的情況下做出的決定。

  • Knowing his team season was season was over.

    知道自己的球隊賽季已經結束了。

  • They knew they were out of the playoffs.

    他們知道自己已經無緣季後賽了。

  • He didn't make this decision with those dudes in mind.

    他做這個決定的時候,並沒有考慮到那些花花公子。

  • He did this apart from them.

    他這樣做是和他們分開的。

  • So when you're not thinking about me or you're not thinking about them while the decision is being made, then what the hell you home on apology for it?

    所以,當你在做決定的時候,你不為我著想,也不為他們著想,那你回家道歉幹什麼?

  • This ain't about them.

    這不是關於他們的。

  • This was never about them, And that's the reason Max is right about him being fired, not because he owes them an apology because he didn't think about them when he was making the decision in the first place.

    這從來都不是他們的問題,這也是Max說他被解僱的原因,不是因為他欠他們一個道歉,而是因為他當初做決定的時候沒有考慮到他們。

  • Yeah, he's on the next year.

    是的,他在明年。

  • That's what that decision suggested me is.

    這就是那個決定建議我是。

  • He's already on to next season, and maybe it wasn't up to him.

    他已經到了下個賽季,也許這不是他能決定的。

  • But the rest of those players that were there, many of them won't be there next season and they're trying to get a job.

    但剩下的那些球員,很多人下賽季就不會在那裡了,他們正在努力找工作。

  • They want their film that look good.

    他們希望他們的電影好看。

  • Film looks better when you got good quarterback play.

    當你有好的四分衛表現時,電影看起來會更好。

  • It looks better for everybody when you got good quarterback play.

    當你有好的四分衛時,對每個人來說都更好。

  • But I do think that it's important to understand that on all teams is probably true.

    但我認為,重要的是要明白,在所有的團隊中可能是真的。

  • Of all organizations, there feels like there is always a divide between, like the workers and management, and it's like us in them.

    在所有的組織中,感覺總是有一個鴻溝,比如工人和管理層,就像我們在其中。

  • You can work together, but on Sundays there are only a few people who are us.

    你們可以一起工作,但週日只有我們幾個人。

  • The people that are on that field trying to win that game feel like us, and everyone who's out there needs to be doing what they do for us to succeed.

    在那場比賽中努力贏得比賽的人就像我們一樣,每一個人都要為我們的成功而努力。

  • Right then, it felt like Doug Peterson was them.

    那時,感覺道格-彼得森就是他們。

  • At that moment, it seemed like he was the front office.

    那一刻,他彷彿就是前臺。

  • He was upstairs.

    他在樓上。

  • He was them.

    他就是他們。

  • He was Don't care about this particular yeah, he was the man.

    他是不在乎這個特別是的,他是男人。

  • Them don't care about this particular Sunday Onley us is care about this Sunday and I'll bring something up.

    他們不關心這個特殊的星期天,安利我們是關心這個星期天,我會帶來一些東西。

  • I just reminded of this by looking at Ryan Clark and thinking about the Steelers.

    我只是看著萊恩-克拉克想起了鋼人隊,就想起了這個問題。

  • I remember last year when Ben Roethlisberger got hurt all of us, Dum dums in the media was like, Yeah, this is perfect.

    我記得去年當本-羅斯伯格受傷的時候,我們所有的人,媒體上的傻瓜都說,是啊,這太完美了。

  • They're gonna stink.

    他們會發臭的。

  • They're gonna go get a quarterback.

    他們會去找一個四分衛。

  • There was like, No, they would trade that pick away and get a safety.

    有這樣的,不,他們會交易 該選秀權,得到一個安全。

  • And I'm not going to sit here in that and say that was a smart decision.

    我不會坐在這裡說這是一個明智的決定。

  • But you know what it did?

    但你知道它做了什麼嗎?

  • It reinforces a culture that they're trying to say.

    它強化了他們想說的一種文化。

  • You know what, Duck Pietersen's, um decision did.

    你知道嗎 Duck Pietersen的... ...決定確實是這樣的

  • It unravels that sort of culture, and that's a small thing.

    它解開了那種文化,那是一件小事。

  • This one thing is not gonna be enough to break it all down, but all you need is one thing, and then another.

    這一件事是不足以分解的,但你需要的是一件事,然後是另一件事。

  • When when Doug Peterson doesn't threats that guys don't disagree with When he says something, that else that guys don't disagree with, they're gonna look at each other.

    當道格-彼得森不威脅那些人不同意的時候,當他說了些什麼,那些人不同意的時候,他們就會互相對視。

  • They're gonna go in that locker room and they're gonna talk about him like he's them.

    他們會在更衣室裡談論他,就像他是他們一樣。

  • Not like he's us.

    他不像我們。

  • They go by man.

    他們通過人。

  • Your boy dug up to it again.

    你兒子又挖到了。

  • That's what's gonna happen.

    這就是要發生的事情。

  • You know what's not happening?

    你知道什麼事情沒有發生嗎?

  • They going in there and talk about the dog?

    他們會在那裡談論狗?

  • Yeah, they talk about the GM.

    是的,他們談論的是總經理。

  • They talk about everybody is us.

    他們說每個人都是我們。

  • They all us that look Look, I know you two both played in the league and you're basically like my size, and that's remarkable.

    我知道你們兩個都在聯盟裡打過球,你們的體型基本和我差不多,這很了不起。

  • But let's just keep in mind in terms of credibility.

    但在信譽方面,我們還是要記住。

  • When I simulated Madden back in like, 05 I won the Super Bowl when one of those simulations.

    當我模擬Madden的時候,05年的時候,我贏得了超級碗,當其中一個模擬。

  • So I think I have seen crying standing.

    所以我想我已經看到了站著哭泣。

  • Let me just let me.

    讓我讓我。

  • Well, I didn't repeat, but repeating his hard.

    好吧,我沒有重複,但重複他的辛苦。

  • You know, I thought I could, because all the things awareness, everything I bumped up, but I still didn't repeat.

    你知道嗎,我以為我可以,因為所有的東西意識,所有的東西我都撞上了,但我還是沒有重複。

  • But that's not the point.

    但這不是問題的關鍵。

  • Look, the fact of the matter is, Doug Peterson blew it so bad that all around the football world, people in other organizations, not just the New York football giants, are being critical.

    聽著,事實是,道格-彼得森把事情搞砸了,以至於整個足球界,其他組織的人,不只是紐約橄欖球巨頭,都在責備。

  • Why do you think the league flexed it to prime time?

    為什麼你認為聯盟把它靈活到黃金時間?

  • Because there are playoff implications and you can place ball.

    因為有季後賽的意義,你可以把球。

  • Don't tell me like sour grapes is a Giants fan.

    不要告訴我像酸葡萄是巨人隊的球迷。

  • Even the Washington football team.

    即使是華盛頓足球隊。

  • That's a divisional rival you're playing.

    那是你的師門對手。

  • That's a one score game.

    那是一個分數的遊戲。

  • I'm not even talking about not, you know, going for it instead of kicking the field goal on fourth down.

    我甚至不是說不,你知道,去了,而不是在第四次進攻中踢進球。

  • Good.

    很好啊

  • I don't care about the negative outcome.

    我不在乎消極的結果。

  • Don't be scared.

    不要害怕

  • Be bold, Right?

    大膽點,對吧?

  • Fortune favors the bold.

    財富青睞於大膽的人。

  • It didn't work out for them this time.

    這一次他們沒有成功。

  • Thanks for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content subscribed to ESPN plus.

    感謝觀看ESPN在YouTube上的體育直播和優質內容訂閱ESPN plus。

Do you think that Doug Peterson owes the team an apology for benching hurts?

你覺得道格-彼得森欠球隊一個道歉,因為他的板凳傷人?

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