Houston Texans Staff
Packers head coach Matt LaFleur on Texans QB Deshaun Watson: "Going against a guy of his caliber, his ability to create, extend, just get out basically, most quarterbacks would get sacked, and he's able to get out of a lot of stuff. It definitely creates some unique challenges. We've got to be really disciplined within our rush lanes and making sure that we are playing to the echo of the whistle. You can never assume he's going down. He is a dynamic player, there's no doubt about it.
Packers CB Jaire Alexander on Watson: "A big emphasis this week will be just staying on our guys because we have to account for two plays, which is the original play and the play Watson makes for himself. So we just have to stay on our guys."
Packers WR Davante Adams on the Texans: "They're a really good team. When you look at the personnel, I don't know what they have going on, as far as why they haven't ended up in the position that they've won this early in the year, but I see a lot of talent on that team."
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers on Texans WR Randall Cobb: "One of the toughest guys I've ever played with. Great sense for the game. Fantastic athlete. Can do so many things on the field. Just an incredible understanding of route-running.
LaFleur on Texans WR Will Fuller, V: Man, does he have a lot of juice. He's been a lot of fun to watch over these last couple years. You can really see him improving every year he gets out there on that field. He's a legitimate number one receiver and he definitely has the speed that you've got to know where he's at at all times.
Packers S Adrian Amos on the Texans WR corps: "There's a lot of speed over there. They can do a lot of things. With the speed all across the board there, we're going to have to make sure we get our depth in certain situations."
Rodgers on Texans interim head coach Romeo Crennel: "He's been a great coach in this League for a long time. He's always had a really good understanding of defense, and been able to adjust, and I just have a lot of respect for his coaching ability and coaching style."
LaFleur on the Texans defense: "They've got a lot of juice up front, obviously with (Whitney) Mercilus and (J.J.) Watt. I also think (Carlos) Watkins, (Brandon) Dunn, (P.J.) Hall, they've all shown up on tape. (Zach) Cunningham, the linebacker, he can really run. On the back end, they've got two really good corners, (Bradley) Roby, (Vernon) Hargreaves. (Justin) Reid's there in the secondary, so there's a lot of pieces there to like.