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  • he's coming up to Tom Brady.

    他要去找湯姆・布雷迪了。

  • Let's just call it what it is coming after Tom Brady.

    湯姆-布雷迪之後,我們就叫它什麼來著。

  • That's what the hell is going on here.

    這到底是怎麼回事呢?

  • I mean, there's one thing to lose Tom Brady, Um, and to not be what you are.

    我是說,失去湯姆・布雷迪是一回事,嗯,還有就是失去你的身份。

  • It's another thing to watch him go someplace else.

    看著他去別的地方是另一回事。

  • In his first year there, he wins the Super Bowl, not just because he's still a star quarterback, but also he played the role of GM basically making decisions as to who should be on the team and who should be added to the team, the Antonio Browns of the world to rob Gronkowski's of the world and others.

    在那裡的第一年,他贏得了超級碗,不僅僅是因為他仍然是一個明星四分衛,而且他扮演了總經理的角色,基本上做出了決定,誰應該在球隊中,誰應該加入球隊,世界上的安東尼奧布朗隊搶奪格隆科夫斯基的世界和其他人。

  • So because of that, that's what if your Bill Belichick, you've got people looking at you looking at your legacy and what have you.

    所以正因為如此,這就是如果你的比爾-貝利奇克,你已經讓人們看著你,看著你的遺產和你有什麼。

  • And he's a highly highly competitive individual which anybody associated with him has attested to.

    而且他是一個高度高度競爭的人,任何與他有關的人都證明了這一點。

  • And so when we take that into consideration, along with the fact that sometimes during last season he made it very, very clear to everybody else over the previous five years, we had gone all in, we had made the necessary sacrifices, so as a result, last off season, we didn't necessarily have that cat room.

    所以當我們考慮到這一點的時候,再加上有時候在上個賽季的時候,他非常非常清楚地告訴大家,在之前的五年裡,我們已經全力以赴了,我們已經做出了必要的犧牲,所以結果,上個休賽期,我們不一定有那個陰謀。

  • Max.

    最多。

  • Guess what?

    你猜怎麼著?

  • This is who we are.

    這就是我們的身份。

  • This is what we have.

    這就是我們所擁有的。

  • And they take into account eight different dudes who elect not to show up and play because of Covid 19.

    而且他們考慮到了八個不同的帥哥,因為科維德19號的原因,他們選擇不來玩。

  • That's the dilemma he found himself in.

    這就是他發現自己所處的窘境。

  • In this particular instance, guys like Patrick Chung, Dont'a Hightower.

    在這種特殊情況下,像Patrick Chung,Dont'a Hightower這樣的人。

  • They're scheduled to come back along with the people that he's added.

    他們被安排和他加的人一起回來。

  • They're expected to be significantly better, have more talent, and as a result, you will be reminded of the greatness of Bill Belichick.

    他們有望顯著提高,擁有更多的天賦,結果,你會想起比爾-貝利奇克的偉大。

  • That seems to be the mission that he is on.

    這似乎就是他的使命。

  • It is clear, um, and I don't think that, you know, you don't throw any shade on Bill Belichick the coach.

    很明顯,嗯,我不認為,你知道,你不會對比爾-貝利奇克這個教練投以任何陰影。

  • There is nothing to question about him as the coach.

    他這個教練沒什麼可質疑的。

  • He is the greatest of all time.

    他是最偉大的。

  • His accomplishments speaks for itself.

    他的成績不言而喻。

  • There is no doubt about it.

    這一點毋庸置疑。

  • But there were a lot of questions.

    但有很多問題。

  • Legitimate questions about Bill Belichick, the GM, and Tom Brady outmaneuvered him in that regard as well.

    關於比爾-貝利奇克的合法問題,總經理,湯姆-布雷迪在這方面也超過了他。

  • So it has you looking at Bill Belichick and saying you should not have only lost Tom Brady, the quarterback.

    所以,這讓你看著比爾-貝利奇克,說你不應該只失去湯姆-布雷迪這個四分衛。

  • You should not have lost Tom Brady the mind somebody that could have contributed in terms of his thinking as to what the roster in New England should have contained.

    你不應該失去湯姆-布雷迪這個頭腦中的某個人,他可以在新英格蘭的花名冊應該包含的思維方面做出貢獻。

  • And all of those things that come into play.

    而所有這些事情,都會發生作用。

  • Now, when we look at Bill Belichick and for the first time in a very, very long time, there are questions about him in that regard, and in that regard, he had to answer it, and I think that he made steps towards doing that yesterday.

    現在,當我們看到比爾-貝利奇克,並且在非常非常長的時間裡第一次,在這方面有關於他的問題,在這方面,他必須回答它,我認為他昨天朝著這樣做的步驟。

  • I don't think Bill Belichick sends messages.

    我不認為比爾-貝利奇克會發資訊。

  • I think he tries to improve his football team, period.

    我認為他試圖改善他的足球隊,就這樣。

  • Now he's been unable to do so there, you know, through the draft recently on the offensive side of the ball angle, are at any at those numbers.

    現在他已經無法做到有,你知道,通過最近的選秀在進攻方面的角度,是在任何在這些數字。

  • I don't know.

    我不知道。

  • All right.

    好吧,我知道了

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

  • Maybe he's seeing something.

    也許他看到了什麼。

  • Um, I'm not.

    嗯,我不是。

  • I think born was like a good pick.

    我覺得天生就像一個好的選擇。

  • You know, nice, versatile receiver for not that much money.

    你知道的,不錯的,多功能的接收器,不需要那麼多錢。

  • John who?

    哪個約翰?

  • Smith.

    史密斯

  • Same thing.

    同樣的事情。

  • Maybe he overpaid a little bit there.

    也許他在那裡多付了一點錢。

  • But Smith is entering his prime and has real offensive upside.

    但史密斯正在進入巔峰期,有真正的進攻潛力。

  • And Juden is a you know, the typical Bill Belichick kind of linebacker that he likes really versatile, and he can get pressure Um, look, he has not been able to improve through the draft.

    Juden是個典型的Bill Belichick那種後衛,他喜歡多才多藝的,他可以承受壓力,嗯,你看,他一直沒有通過選秀來提高自己的能力。

  • Maybe he's taking a shot at free agency.

    也許他是想在自由市場試試。

  • He had a lot of cap room.

    他有很大的上限空間。

  • And as Warren Sharp of sharp analytics, Steven, you know, I shout him out.

    而作為銳利分析的沃倫-夏普,史蒂文,你知道,我喊他出來。

  • Tweeted yesterday when this was going down in the 1st 10 years, were in the last 10 years of free agency.

    昨天推特上說,當這是在第1個10年,是在過去10年的自由市場。

  • Belichick spent something like 300 something million in the 1st 10 minutes or something like that of free agency.

    貝利奇克在自由市場的前10分鐘或類似自由市場的前10分鐘,花了3個什麼萬。

  • This year, he spent half that.

    今年,他花了一半的錢。

  • We spent, like 150 million, almost almost half of what he spent in a decade on free agents.

    我們花了,好像是1.5億,幾乎是他十年來花在自由球員身上的一半。

  • So he knew he had to upgrade the roster.

    所以,他知道自己必須提升名次。

  • And obviously, he is now competing with a very high bar set by Tom Brady, who went out and won the freaking Super Bowl.

    很顯然,他現在正在與湯姆-布雷迪設置的一個非常高的標準競爭,他出去贏得了該死的超級碗。

  • Yes, the team was loaded, but there were a lot of loaded teams won the Super Bowl year one.

    是的,球隊是滿載而歸,但有很多滿載而歸的球隊第一年就贏得了超級碗。

  • I don't think he's sending a message to the league.

    我不認為他在向聯盟傳遞信息。

  • I think Belichick is analyzing what he needs, and he's putting, as he tries to do every year, the best, most competitive team he can on the field.

    我認為貝利奇克正在分析他需要什麼,他正在把,他每年都試圖做到的,最好的,最有競爭力的球隊放在場上。

  • Listen You know, Max, let me let me tip you off about something.

    聽著 你知道嗎,麥克斯,讓我給你點提示吧

  • So you sit in this chair.

    所以你坐在這把椅子上。

  • You know, you're fortunate to meet a lot of great people.

    你知道,你很幸運,能遇到很多好朋友。

  • And I had the pleasure and what I consider the honor of asking, you know, being summoned down.

    我很高興,我認為是榮幸的要求,你知道,被傳喚下來。

  • I should say something, but I was requested to come down and speak to Alabama Alabama's football team, and not once, but twice, actually, actually, yeah, yeah, but that's a different subject for another day.

    我應該說些什麼,但我被要求下來,並與阿拉巴馬州阿拉巴馬的足球隊交談,而且不是一次,而是兩次,實際上,實際上,是的,是的,但這是另一個主題,另一天。

  • The private jet is never a bad thing, but here's the deal.

    私人飛機從來都不是什麼壞事,但問題是這樣的。

  • But here's the deal.

    但是,這裡的交易。

  • Um, when you go down to speak to Alabama like Charles Barkley did, like the late, great Kobe Bryant has done.

    當你像查爾斯-巴克利那樣去阿拉巴馬州演講時 就像已故的偉大的科比-布萊恩特那樣。

  • And others, you usually get a one on one with Nick Saban.

    而其他人,你通常會和尼克-塞班進行一對一的交流。

  • You're just sitting in there, and it was one of the great great honors that I've had in my career because I happen to consider him the greatest college coach of all time, and I love the way he handles his business.

    你只是坐在那裡,這是我職業生涯中最偉大的榮譽之一,因為我恰好認為他是有史以來最偉大的大學教練,我喜歡他處理事務的方式。

  • I just think he's elite in every manner, and when you listen to these guys talk, they'll never tell you, Max.

    我只是覺得他是各方面的精英,當你聽這些人說話時,他們永遠不會告訴你,馬克斯。

  • You know, they're they're paying attention to this guy or that guy, whatever but what they talk about.

    你知道,他們... ...他們關注的是這個人或那個人,不管是什麼... ...但他們談論的是什麼。

  • It's constantly, constantly climbing.

    它在不斷地,不斷地攀升。

  • You don't stand still, you don't descend, you know, you go up, you go up and you go up until you can't go up anymore.

    你不要站在原地不動,你不要下降,你知道,你要往上走,你要往上走,你要往上走,直到你不能再往上走。

  • Then, even when you reach them out the top.

    然後,即使你把它們從上面伸過來。

  • Excuse me.

    對不起,請原諒

  • It's a new year.

    這是一個新的一年。

  • You start all over and all over and all over again.

    你從頭再來,從頭再來,從頭再來。

  • Well, Max, that speaks to competition.

    好吧,麥克斯,這說明競爭。

  • You're paying attention to the competition.

    你在關注競爭對手。

  • To think that for one second that Bill Belichick doesn't have the competition in mind is nonsense.

    如果認為比爾-貝利奇克一秒鐘都沒有把比賽放在心上,那就是無稽之談。

  • Of course he has it in mind.

    他當然心裡有數。

  • And then when you take into account the fact that the person at the mountaintop is a guy that he coached for the previous 20 years that went to non Super Bowls, that 16 that is widely considered to go in large part because of all the things that Bill Belichick put around him.

    然後當你考慮到山頂上的人是一個人,他在之前的20年裡執教的人,去了非超級碗,這16個被廣泛認為是在很大程度上因為比爾-貝利奇克在他身邊的所有事情而去。

  • The Thai laws and Rodney Harrison and others will all tell you nothing but mad respect and love for Tom Brady and his greatness.

    泰國法律和羅德尼-哈里森等人都會告訴你,對湯姆-布雷迪和他的偉大,只有瘋狂的尊敬和愛戴。

  • But there are multiple components that come to a championship team, and excuse me if it wasn't for what we did on the defensive side of the ball.

    但一支冠軍球隊有多種成分,如果不是因為我們在防守方面的表現,請原諒我。

  • Some of those years, Tom Brady wouldn't have as many Super Bowls as he has, and they would be absolutely right.

    有些年頭,湯姆-布雷迪不會像他一樣有那麼多超級碗,他們會完全正確。

  • I'm not saying that Rodney Harrison never said that, but I know Tie lauded publicly.

    我不是說羅德尼-哈里森從來沒有說過這些,但我知道鐵哥公開稱讚過。

  • I'm just bringing up that to say, If you're Belichick, who was the defensive coordinator and a two time champion as a defensive coordinator in New York with the Giants, who got to help help Bill Parcells got the New York Jets to a F C Championship games, this man's resume is nothing short of impeccable.

    我只是想說,如果你是貝利奇克,他曾是紐約巨人隊的防守協調員和兩屆冠軍,他幫助比爾-帕塞爾斯把紐約噴氣機隊帶到了F C冠軍賽,這個人的履歷簡直無可挑剔。

  • So his mindset of thinking No, I don't need to find another quarterback.

    所以他的思維方式是:不,我不需要再找一個四分衛。

  • That is Tom Brady, because I recognize how special he is.

    這就是湯姆-布雷迪,因為我認識到他的特殊性。

  • But if I have those mentality, if I have that mentality that those players have, which you know he did, because he is the one that shaped and formulated it, his mentality is there's multiple ways to skin a cat I can win without having a Tom Brady Tom Brady caliber.

    但如果我有這些心態,如果我有那些球員的心態,你知道他有,因為他是塑造和制定它的人,他的心態是有多種方法來剝貓的皮,我可以在沒有湯姆-布雷迪湯姆-布雷迪口徑的情況下獲勝。

  • Uh, thanks for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content.

    呃,謝謝你在YouTube上觀看ESPN的體育直播和優質內容。

he's coming up to Tom Brady.

他要去找湯姆・布雷迪了。

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