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  • one thing you definitely learn.

    有一件事你一定要學會。

  • I know my communication with Rogers should have been better in that situation.

    我知道在那種情況下,我和羅傑斯的溝通應該更好。

  • May be in the third down.

    可能會在第三順位。

  • We do something a little bit different.

    我們做的事情有點不同。

  • His mindset was we got four downs here.

    他的心態是我們在這裡有四次進攻。

  • It comes down to communication, and that's something I got to learn from and be better with him.

    歸根結底是溝通,這一點我得向他學習,和他更好的溝通。

  • Stephen A Are you satisfied with locked doors?

    史蒂芬-A 你對鎖著的門滿意嗎?

  • Explanation?

    解釋?

  • No, I'm not.

    不,我沒有。

  • I'm not satisfied at all.

    我一點也不滿意。

  • Um, you know, I don't know the man personally.

    嗯,你知道,我不知道這個人個人。

  • Um, I happen to believe that he's done a damn good job as head coach of the Green Bay Packers.

    我相信他作為綠灣包裝工隊的主教練乾得很不錯。

  • He's 26 6 and these two years there.

    他26 6歲,這兩年在那裡。

  • Um, you know, 13 and three each season, back to back appearances in the NFC championship game.

    嗯,你知道,每個賽季都有13次和3次,連續出現在NFC冠軍賽上。

  • That success, that's not failure.

    這種成功,不是失敗。

  • Um, and I know that, you know, I'm told he doesn't like me too much because he doesn't like the way I see his name in the flu.

    嗯,我知道,你知道,我聽說他不喜歡我太多 因為他不喜歡我看到他的名字在感冒的方式。

  • You know he doesn't like that.

    你知道他不喜歡這樣

  • But when you heard that to your credit, you stopped.

    但當你聽到這句話的時候,你停了下來。

  • I stopped that until he annoyed me.

    直到他惹惱了我,我才停止。

  • And and then there's now, but I'm not gonna do it.

    還有就是現在,但我不會做。

  • I'm not gonna go back to that.

    我不會再回到過去了。

  • But I don't know him, But let me say this.

    但我不認識他,但讓我說:

  • I don't give a damn how he feels about me.

    我才不管他對我有什麼感覺。

  • I don't pretty much like him either.

    我也不太喜歡他。

  • And I mean that only in the respect that how I believe he has treated Aaron Rodgers.

    我的意思是,只有在尊重 我相信他如何對待亞倫羅傑斯。

  • Now, Aaron Rodgers not gonna say anything.

    現在,亞倫羅傑斯不會說什麼。

  • And I'm not talking about just him.

    而且我說的不只是他。

  • I'm talking about the organization as a whole, and I shouldn't say I don't like him directly, because again, I've never met him.

    我說的是整個組織,我不應該直接說我不喜歡他,因為我又沒見過他。

  • I don't know him.

    我不認識他

  • I've never spoken to him or whatever the case may be.

    我從來沒有和他說過話,或者不管是什麼情況。

  • What I'm saying is that when I see behavior, that's indicative of the mentality.

    我想說的是,當我看到行為的時候,那就說明了心態。

  • You know what?

    你知道嗎?

  • Just go on.

    繼續吧

  • You got your money.

    你得到了你的錢。

  • Just do what we tell you to do.

    按我們說的做就行。

  • Always got a problem with that when it comes to talent, because you need talent to go out there and execute your game plan.

    在人才方面,總是有問題,因為你需要人才去執行你的比賽計劃。

  • If you are management, if you are a coach, a manager or anything like that, it doesn't matter what you do if those folks don't go out, and so you.

    如果你是管理層,如果你是教練、經理之類的,如果那些人不出去,你做什麼都無所謂,所以你。

  • There's a level of appreciation that you have to have the people that bring that little extra something to the equation.

    你要有一種欣賞的程度,你要有那些能給你帶來額外一點東西的人。

  • Long before Matt LaFleur ever arrived in Green Bay, Aaron Rodgers was a Super Bowl champion, and Aaron Rodgers, from a talent perspective, was considered one of, if not the greatest talent at the quarterback position we ever saw.

    早在馬特-拉弗爾來到綠灣之前,阿倫-羅傑斯就已經是超級碗冠軍,從天賦的角度來看,阿倫-羅傑斯被認為是我們所見過的四分衛位置上最偉大的天賦之一,甚至是最偉大的天賦。

  • Why, you know, if your if your mat LeFlore When do you look in the mirror and say, Damn, I'm pretty lucky to have this job because who gets to coach Aaron Rodgers every day?

    為什麼,你知道,如果你的如果你的墊子勒弗洛爾當你看著鏡子說,該死的,我很幸運能有這份工作,因為誰能每天執教亞倫羅傑斯?

  • And Oh, by the way, when I was an offensive coordinator, I had the 27th ranked offense in the National Football League with the Tennessee Titans.

    哦,順便說一下,當我還是進攻協調員的時候,我在田納西泰坦隊的時候,擁有全國橄欖球聯盟排名第27位的進攻能力。

  • Who does that?

    誰做的?

  • So you would think that this is a guy that you really, really lean on heavily, and you really let him know, You know you're that guy.

    所以,你會認為這是一個傢伙,你真的,真的依靠嚴重, 你真的讓他知道,你知道你是那個人。

  • Now again, I'm not privy to their conversations.

    現在,我又不知道他們的對話。

  • I'm not pretending to be.

    我不是假裝的。

  • But when you talk about communication, how in God's name are you?

    但是,當你說到溝通的時候,你是如何以上帝的名義?

  • The head coach of the Green Bay Packers?

    綠灣包裝工的主教練?

  • It's an NFC championship game, and you literally say the issue was communication communication with you.

    這是一場NFC冠軍賽,你真的說問題是和你溝通交流。

  • Now, if you were supposed to be talking to Marquez, Valdes, Scanlon or Davante Adams or somebody like that, that would be different.

    現在,如果你應該是 說話馬奎斯,瓦爾德斯,斯坎倫或 達文特亞當斯或類似的人, 這將是不同的。

  • How in God's name do you have a community?

    以上帝的名義,你怎麼會有一個社區?

  • Is there a communication gap with Amber Rogers when you got the job because you coached offence?

    當你因為執教進攻而得到這份工作時,是否與安培-羅傑斯有溝通上的差距?

  • I mean, you don't know that, So I'm not buying that by any stretch of the imagination.

    我的意思是,你不知道, 所以我不買,由任何想象力的延伸。

  • I think it's a disgusting excuse.

    我覺得這是一個噁心的藉口。

  • I applaud him for acknowledging it and admitting it, but I think it's an egregious, egregious error.

    我為他承認這一點並承認它而鼓掌,但我認為這是一個令人震驚的,令人震驚的錯誤。

  • And the reason why I feel that way is because in the end, you gave Aaron Rodgers.

    而我之所以有這樣的感覺,是因為到最後,你給了亞倫-羅傑斯。

  • You gave Tom Brady the ball back with two minutes and literally said, All we need is to first downs and the game is over, and you took the ball out of the hands of Aaron Rodgers, which I believe is unforgivable.

    你在兩分鐘內把球給了湯姆-布雷迪,還說:"我們只需要一攻,比賽就結束了。"你把球從阿倫-羅傑斯手中奪走,我相信這是不可原諒的。

  • And Max last but not least, was I not validated by the great Joe Montana the other day.

    Max最後但並非最不重要的是,前幾天我是不是被偉大的Joe Montana驗證了。

  • You don't take the ball out of Amber Rogers hands, and the damn sure can't be to give it to Tom Brady.

    你不把球從安培-羅傑斯的手中奪走,那該死的肯定不能把球給湯姆-布雷迪。

  • Anybody in their grandmother knows that, except Matt LeFlore.

    除了馬特-勒弗洛爾,任何人都知道這一點。

  • Well, it's ridiculous.

    嗯,這是荒謬的。

  • I think this has nothing to do with communication.

    我認為這與溝通無關。

  • Nothing to do with communication.

    與溝通無關。

  • I don't know where communication well, if Aaron Rodgers would have known, he only had three downs to work with or he would have said No, I want to go for it.

    我不知道溝通好在哪裡,如果阿倫-羅傑斯會知道,他只有三個下場,否則他會說不,我想去做。

  • Come on, get out of here.

    來吧,離開這裡。

  • This is about decision making on the floors, part decision making, not communication, telling Rodgers what's going to happen.

    這是關於場上的決策,部分決策,而不是溝通,告訴羅傑斯要發生什麼。

  • It's the decision itself.

    這是決定本身。

  • Now look, you're in the red zone.

    現在看,你在紅色區域。

  • A trip to the Super Bowl is on the line.

    超級碗之旅已經箭在弦上。

  • You have the M V p as quarterback until Mahomes.

    你有M V p作為四分衛,直到馬霍姆斯。

  • I think the most talented guy who ever played football at the quarterback position, Aaron Rodgers, and he's the MVP.

    我認為最有天賦的人誰打過足球 在四分衛的位置,阿龍羅傑斯, 他是MVP。

  • This year, you're in the red zone on fourth down, and you opt instead of letting the MVP try to win to hand the ball to the goat.

    今年,你在紅區的四次進攻中,你選擇而不是讓MVP嘗試贏球,而是把球交給山羊。

  • As Stephen A says, get two first downs.

    就像斯蒂芬-A說的那樣,得到兩個先手。

  • They kick a field goal.

    他們踢了一個進球。

  • Two first downs for Tom Brady.

    湯姆-布雷迪的兩個第一次進攻。

  • Not let your own guy try to win.

    而不是讓自己的人去贏。

  • Give it to not let the M v P try to win.

    給它不要讓M訴P想贏。

  • Hand it to the goat to beat you.

    交給山羊來打你。

  • That is an outright blunder.

    這是一個徹頭徹尾的失誤。

  • And you know me, Stephen A.

    你知道我的,斯蒂芬-A.

  • I like the analytics right But sometimes, if that's what the analytics are telling you, then common Sense says the analytics, are failing to capture some piece of reality that your own brain will be able to understand intuitively right away.

    我喜歡分析法對吧 但有時候,如果分析法是這樣告訴你的,那麼常識說的分析法,是沒有捕捉到你自己的大腦馬上就能直觀理解的某一塊現實。

  • Because analytics are a tool, they're not the only one.

    因為分析是一種工具,但不是唯一的工具。

  • It was a blunder on the part of La Fleur, and he can say, Well, look, I thought we'd get a stop.

    這是拉弗勒的一個失誤,他可以說,好吧,聽著,我以為我們會得到一個停止。

  • I believe in our defense.

    我相信我們的防守。

  • In fact, we did get a stop and yeah, right, the call went against you.

    事實上,我們確實被攔下了,是的,沒錯,這個電話對你不利。

  • Yes, that's something you have to factor in.

    是的,這是你必須考慮的因素。

  • It's not just that you have to get a stop it.

    不只是你要得到一個阻止它。

  • You have to have hope that all coal also doesn't go against you.

    你要有希望,所有的煤也不要和你作對。

  • But the bottom line is, it's an outright blunder to hand the ball to take the ball out of Aaron Rodgers, hand in the red zone on fourth down with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line and hand it to Tom Brady to beat you with Stephen A.

    但最重要的是,把球交給阿倫-羅傑斯拿掉,在紅區第四次進攻時,在超級碗之旅岌岌可危的情況下,交給湯姆-布雷迪,讓他用斯蒂芬-A來打你,這是一個徹頭徹尾的失誤。

  • Said to get two first downs to do it, and for him to now really confused the issue.

    說要拿到兩個首發就可以了,而他現在真的把這個問題搞糊塗了。

  • It's smoke and mirrors Now.

    現在是煙霧繚繞

  • He's like, Oh, don't look at me.

    他說,哦,別看我。

  • It's just a communication issue.

    這只是一個溝通問題。

  • Decision making, not communication.

    決策,而不是溝通。

  • I say.

    我說

  • He says, communication.

    他說,溝通。

  • I'm gonna take him at his word because I think that the Green Bay Packers, long before Matt LaFleur ever arrived, had a history of having this mentality.

    我相信他的話,因為我認為綠灣包裝工隊,早在馬特-拉弗勒來之前,就有過這種心態的歷史。

  • You play, we run the organization, shut the hell up and go do what we tell you to do.

    你玩,我們管理組織,閉上你的嘴,去做我們讓你做的事情。

  • That's how they treated Aaron Rodgers for years before Matt LaFleur ever arrived.

    在Matt LaFleur到來之前,他們多年來就是這樣對待Aaron Rodgers的。

  • And I know good.

    而且我知道好。

  • Akins is now the GM, as opposed to, you know, Ted Thompson or somebody, and I get all of that.

    Akins現在是總經理,而不是,你知道的,Ted Thompson或者其他什麼人,我明白這一切。

  • I understand it.

    我明白了

  • But in the end, what it comes down to is the fact that the mentality emanating from the hierarchy of the Green Bay Packers organization has essentially had that attitude with Aaron Rodgers.

    但歸根結底,綠灣包裝工組織高層所散發出來的心態,基本上對阿倫-羅傑斯都是這種態度。

  • And because of that, obviously, they're the ones that hired Matt LaFleur.

    正因為如此,很明顯,他們才會僱傭馬特-拉弗勒。

  • And I think Matt LaFleur, in in certain subtle ways, adopted that same mentality, which is why there was a communication gap.

    而我認為馬特-拉弗爾,在某些微妙的方面,也採用了同樣的心態,這就是為什麼會有溝通上的差距。

  • 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。

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有一件事你一定要學會。

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