Here is the transcript from what Alex Boone said in his presser on Friday afternoon:
On Cliff Avril who will be making his first start for the Seahawks on Sunday Night:
"[Avril] is a great player and is quick off the ball, fast and an explosive pass rusher. He can be utilized a lot on third down. He has good hands, a good motor and a tough guy."
On the importance of run blocking:
"In all games run blocking is huge. I think the one thing we have to do is just be ourselves. Don’t go out and get fancy. Let’s not try to get cute with it. Let’s just go out and [pound] the rock and know that it’s going to be an all day event. [Seattle is] a tough place to play. They have great defense and we have a workload ahead of us."
On how he would punish Clay Matthews for his late hit on Colin Kaepernick last Sunday:
"I would probably just punch him in the face. I don’t want his money."
On how poor last year's game in Seattle was offensively and how it motivates the team for Sunday night:
"Any time you get blown out like that on Sunday night football it’s a disgrace and an embarrassment. I think they just got the better of us that day. We were trying to do some stuff that we should not have been and as an offense, that falls on us. I think this week, it’s going to be 'Let’s going out and just do us. Let’s have fun and play 49er football.' It’s going to be an all-day four-quarters event. Their offense is great. Their defense is great."
On the mistakes from last year's game:
"[We were] not playing the way [we are supposed] to play. We [went] out there and we were not pounding the rock like we should have been. Frank [Gore] was not getting the yards he should be getting and that’s not 49ers football. We pride ourselves as an offensive line in being tough and being able to move big guys. Any time that we’re out there getting stopped or not making holes, that falls on the offensive line."
On the offensive line being together for more than one season being a helpful factor in communication:
"The important thing is that we gel together well. We all kind of know what each other is thinking. These are the kinds of games where you need that. When you can’t hear each other, you have to [rely one what everyone else is thinking.] It’s going to be fun."
On Kaepernick communicating in the huddle on offense:
"He is screaming pretty loud and you can hear him. It’s one of those things where you have to keep the huddle nice and tight that way you try to block out the sound. You have really got to focus. This is a game where you cannot be off in space or you will get hurt."
On the the second half adjustments against the Green Bay Packers:
"Being offensive linemen, we always want to just run the ball. It’s more fun. But I think Colin Kaepernick and [Greg Roman] did a good job of putting us in the right plays at the right time. We exploited what they gave us. [Kaepernick] always knew what to look for and they kept giving it to us."