Seahawk offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell has heard a steady diet of this question most of this season – when are you going to open up the offense?
Well, apparently he’d had enough, because Bevell was the most animated I’ve seen during his weekly interview session every Wednesday.
“I don’t know if that just means throwing it all over the place, and throwing it 15 times in a row,” Bevell said. “If that’s what it means – probably not.
“It’s not who we are. We’re not New England. We’re not going to turn it into – unless you’re down 20 points – where you’re just going to throw it 20 times in a row.”
Bevell said it plainly – Seattle’s identity is pounding the football on the ground, and that’s not changing as long as Marshawn Lynch is on Seattle’s roster.