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September 25, 2013 at 5:00 PM

Video: Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell

Here’s some of what Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell said during his session with the media today:

On JJ Watt affecting the Seahawks’ play calling: “Well you just have to be smart with it. You know, there’s all different kinds of things that we can do and I think that we need to do all of those different kinds of things; to make sure that we don’t just let it become a game about him. Whether its different schemes and protections, being able to run the ball also helps a lot, so you know all of things will come into play.”

On if pass protection becomes more of a priority against the Texans’ defense: “Yeah it’s a huge issue. Like you said, it’s always important to take care of the quarterback, keep him upright. But with the players that they have, with [Brian] Cushing pressuring all the time, with JJ Watt, all of the guys that they have. Then there’s scheme, as much pressure as they bring, the protection is paramount this week and we have to do a really good job there.”

On if knowing where all players are at is a challenge and if the Texans try to disguise where their rushers are coming from: “Well in different situations, they do yes. So, yeah you  have to account for them all. The types of players they have as well, when you get them into a nickel or dime situation, there nose comes off the field and then they have all of those different guys that can move. There outside backers are their ends, but they can move them around and they can spin them around, they could do all different kinds of things with those type of guys. So it creates issues for you. You have to know who you are looking at, how you’re accounting for them, within each protection.”

On how he felt about the performance against the Jaguars: “Yeah you know it was a good game for us. But, we were able to do just different things in that game. We were able to get the run going, we did fine there and then we were able to get a bunch of wide receivers involved. I think 12 catches by them and nine by the tight ends. That is really cool to see as well. We got a lot of different people involved. So you know each and every week, we go out with a plan obviously. Our biggest plan is continuing to improve and the areas that we focus during the week, whether its running the ball, whether it’s getting started a little bit better, all of those kinds of things come into play every week.”

Here’s some video of Bevell’s session with the media today:

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