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Davis Mills getting no respect

thunderkyss

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In late '21, Mills showed that he could possibly be a starting caliber QB. In '22 he showed that he could only be a possible backup. Can he be more than a backup? I don't know. I do think his regression was because of the coaching staff. Will he improve with new coaches? We'll have to wait and see. It may not be here though.
Right now I'm thinking Daniel Jones & Tua Tagovailoa. Both struggled early in their career. New coaches came in, better talent assembled around them & they're NFL starters. Tua even considered an MVP candidate for a minute.

I personally don't think much of Davis Mills but I am curious to see what the Texans think of him.
 

steelbtexan

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I take no pleasure.
I just hate that Nick Caserio wasn't able to use the pick to find a starter at another position.

A third round pick is not a spot for a developmental player, especially on a rebuilding team.

Mills is a good guy; he's just not special.

He's a good fit with the Niners (they run the WCO that Stanford does), they could have had Mills later in the second or early third.
But they didn't think Mills have a higher upside than Garropolo.
They could have had Mills developing behind Garropolo, but they rather risked it on Trey Lance.

I just blame it on Nick Caserio. He who knows or does not know whether any HC the Texans hire can bring about the results (meaning he has no idea what offensive system the HC / future HC is going to run), but he picked a QB as his first.
I don't see the vision in that.

Now if you tell me NC is such a good GM that he can influence the owners to hire a HC that would run the offensive system that he envisioned then he can take a flyer on a project like Mills.

But Nick Caserio didn't have that liberty and all he knew was Tom Brady.

He had no experience with rebuilding a team.

I do like Mills, but just not as the guy I want to go to war with when I asprise to win it all.
TLTR

I will leave you with this. The 3rd rd is there you begin to gamble on high upside developmental guys like Mills or small school guys like Mienertz. Caserio took a shot on a guy that obviously has talent but hasn't played much. He struck out, but I like the fact that he gambled on a QB given the situation. If he hits it's a big win. If he misses it costs a 3rd rd pick. A good gamble, IMHO, it didn't work out but I like the gambling mentality.
 

steelbtexan

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But he's a developmental QB right?

I really wonder what their plan was. It surely wasn't to win... but to develope Mills?

That was an extremely valuable pick surely they expect him to be the starter eventually & that's not looking very good right now.

If they draft a QB in 2023 that shows Nick Fubared his first pick in his first draft.
It's a 3rd rd pick.

They hit on Collins IMHO and missed on Mills a 50/50 deal when picking in the 3rd rd.
 
Mills failed his one year try out. Is that his fault or the coaches fault? More than likely, some of both.
It both. But it's also because of subpar roster bereft of talent. We had the worst WR core in the NFL, no RB2 (or RB1 for half the season), porous middle OL, meg TEs. Mills was not setup to succeed. If young or Stroud were here this year, we'd still be a 4 or 5 win team at most. We need to draft a WR1 no matter what happens. And a Center/guard help.
 
TLTR

I will leave you with this. The 3rd rd is there you begin to gamble on high upside developmental guys like Mills or small school guys like Mienertz. Caserio took a shot on a guy that obviously has talent but hasn't played much. He struck out, but I like the fact that he gambled on a QB given the situation. If he hits it's a big win. If he misses it costs a 3rd rd pick. A good gamble, IMHO, it didn't work out but I like the gambling mentality.
He didn't strike out because getting a quality backup QB in the 3rd round is actually a very successful outcome. That's what we got. And I think there's upside there with more game maturity and better supporting cast.
 

Texanmike02

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But he's a developmental QB right?

I really wonder what their plan was. It surely wasn't to win... but to develope Mills?

That was an extremely valuable pick surely they expect him to be the starter eventually & that's not looking very good right now.

If they draft a QB in 2023 that shows Nick Fubared his first pick in his first draft.
I don't know that you can say he FUBARed it. It just didn't work out. I mean a 30/70 shot at a long term solution in the third round isn't a failure imp
 

OptimisticTexan

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Good post

Bottom line for me is are the Texans in a better place than they were a year and a half ago?
I’d say, that despite their record…..the Texans are better this season than in 2021. Record aside, I only wanted them to be more competitive. I believe the Texans were competitive and gave several teams more than they were bargaining for. I truly believe the conservative approach on offense and the bend but don’t break approach on defense doomed both Lovie and Pep. The offense was never on the field long enough and the defense stayed on the field too long…..this approach is pretty solid for 100% of the team losses.
 

OptimisticTexan

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I was against drafting a QB at all in that draft. But we're not talking about what I would do, what you would do, or even Davis Mills



Unless it's a QB. I'm not saying Davis Mills should have been that QB. I agree a third round pick should be expected to play a lot, if not start.

But a QB taken in the third round would be a developmental player.

I agree it wasn't prudent for the Texans to do so in that draft, with that pick, or with that QB.

Generally speaking there is nothing wrong with taking a developmental QB with a 3rd round pick.
The problem isn’t taking a QB with a RD3 pick, but taking a QB in RD3 who had a total of 11 starts since HS, and then throwing his arse to the wolves with a less than stellar team 1.5 games into his first NFL season.

The Texans have just refused to properly develop the QB’s they’ve invested in. Mills will be here next season, as the starter, who knows. Maybe he gets a chance to compete, maybe not…..that’s going to depend solely on if a QB is selected in RD1. Signing or trading for a veteran QB1 could also come into play, but in this scenario I believe Mills would still have an opportunity to compete for the starting job.
 

badboy

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Davis being compared to Russell Wilson and Josh Allen!!

The Houston Texans beat the Indianapolis Colts, and their quarterback is earning recognition for his performance.

After leading the Texans to a 32-31 fourth quarter comeback and game-winning drive at Lucas Oil Stadium in Week 18, quarterback Davis Mills has been nominated as a FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week.
Throughout the NFL season FedEx gives fans the chance to recognize high-level performances from quarterbacks with their Air nominees and great games from running backs with FedEx Ground NFL Player of the Week nominees.

Voting is open until Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. Central Time at NFL.com/FedEx each week of the season. Fans can also vote on Twitter via the @NFL published polls and on the NFL Mobile App.

If Mills wins the FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week Award, FedEx will make a $2,000 donation in his name to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).

Other nominees include Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson, who completed 13 of 24 attempts for 283 yards, three touchdowns, and posted a 118.6 passer rating.

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen went 19-of-31 for 254 yards, three touchdowns, and a 106.1 passer rating.
 

Speedy

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I’d say, that despite their record…..the Texans are better this season than in 2021. Record aside, I only wanted them to be more competitive. I believe the Texans were competitive and gave several teams more than they were bargaining for. I truly believe the conservative approach on offense and the bend but don’t break approach on defense doomed both Lovie and Pep. The offense was never on the field long enough and the defense stayed on the field too long…..this approach is pretty solid for 100% of the team losses.
I think several teams took the Texans way too lightly, Chiefs, Eagles and Cowboys, for example, and that's something you just can't do. The Texans are still an NFL team with players trying to win. But it was clear to me the Chiefs weren't as up for that game as they would have been for say the Bengals or Bills.

Then they played a bunch of bad teams with some bad QBs. The Colts who are terrible and who they threw in the towel in the 1st game. The Bears who end up with the worst record and #1 pick. The Broncos who are bad with Wilson washed up. Got blown out by the Chargers, Dolphins and Raiders, and the Raiders were bad. Couldn't come close to the Browns and they couldn't do anything offensively. Beat a Titans team in a free fall and Malik Willis at QB, got blown out by a much improved Jags team playing for something, and then getting the dub over a horrible Colts team playing their 3rd string QB.

So sure, some of the games were closer in score, but they weren't any better. Their run defense gave up the most yards since 2008, 3rd most in the 21st century. They were 30th in points scored, same as last year. In fact there was just a 9 point difference between last year and this year. The QB play was worse and despite the season Pierce had, they were still one of the worst rushing teams in the league. Finished 31st in rushing yards. They were 26th-28th, somewhere around there, in Pierce's last game.

Maybe you see it as them as being more competitive, but I see it as a lot of their competition was down at their level, and they still couldn't win. And BTW, being competitive and still winning just 3 games still sucks ass and gives zero indication of any direction they're headed in.
 

Lucky

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Collins is not yet a hit. He hasn't proven to be a reliable #2. Or earned a 2nd contract. He enters a pivotal year 3.
He earned it.
He has? Was it the 3 receptions per game? Or the 38 yards per game that put Collins over the top? Maybe that in the last 2 seasons, Texans receivers have had 8 100 yard reception games. And Nico has accumulated zero of them.
 
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OptimisticTexan

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I think several teams took the Texans way too lightly, Chiefs, Eagles and Cowboys, for example, and that's something you just can't do. The Texans are still an NFL team with players trying to win. But it was clear to me the Chiefs weren't as up for that game as they would have been for say the Bengals or Bills.

Then they played a bunch of bad teams with some bad QBs. The Colts who are terrible and who they threw in the towel in the 1st game. The Bears who end up with the worst record and #1 pick. The Broncos who are bad with Wilson washed up. Got blown out by the Chargers, Dolphins and Raiders, and the Raiders were bad. Couldn't come close to the Browns and they couldn't do anything offensively. Beat a Titans team in a free fall and Malik Willis at QB, got blown out by a much improved Jags team playing for something, and then getting the dub over a horrible Colts team playing their 3rd string QB.

So sure, some of the games were closer in score, but they weren't any better. Their run defense gave up the most yards since 2008, 3rd most in the 21st century. They were 30th in points scored, same as last year. In fact there was just a 9 point difference between last year and this year. The QB play was worse and despite the season Pierce had, they were still one of the worst rushing teams in the league. Finished 31st in rushing yards. They were 26th-28th, somewhere around there, in Pierce's last game.

Maybe you see it as them as being more competitive, but I see it as a lot of their competition was down at their level, and they still couldn't win. And BTW, being competitive and still winning just 3 games still sucks ass and gives zero indication of any direction they're headed in.
1963 Raiders 10-4 / 1962 1-13
1975 Colts 10-4 / 1974 2-12
1976 Patriots 11-3 / 1975 3-11
1988 Bengals 14-4 (SB) / 1987 4-12
1999 Colts 13-3 / 1998 3-13
1999 Rams 13-3 (Won SB) / 1998 4-12
2004 Steelers 15-1 (AFCG) / 2003 6-10
2008 Dolphins 11-5 / 2007 1-15
2012 Colts 11-5 / 2011 2-14
2013 Chiefs 11-5 / 2012 2-14

You’re right….1,2, or 3 wins still sucks arse and gives zero indication of any direction a team is headed in. Those teams listed above said, “hold my beer”.

Now, before you fire off some silly arse retort……the point made, it’s been done in the past so there’s no stopping it from happening in the future.
 
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Speedy

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1963 Raiders 10-4 / 1962 1-13
1975 Colts 10-4 / 1974 2-12
1976 Patriots 11-3 / 1975 3-11
1988 Bengals 14-4 (SB) / 1987 4-12
1999 Colts 13-3 / 1998 3-13
1999 Rams 13-3 (Won SB) / 1998 4-12
2004 Steelers 15-1 (AFCG) / 2003 6-10
2008 Dolphins 11-5 / 2007 1-15
2012 Colts 11-5 / 2011 2-14
2013 Chiefs 11-5 / 2012 2-14

You’re right….1,2, or 3 wins still sucks arse and gives zero indication of any direction a team is headed in. Those teams listed above said, “hold my beer”.

Now, before you fire off some silly arse retort……the point made, it’s been done in the past so there’s no stopping it from happening in the future.
Still doesn’t mean anything. 2013 Texans 2-14 / 2012 12-4.

The Texans have no playmakers on either side of the ball. Maybe Pierce, still early. That’s it.

Check out all of those teams you mentioned and see what they had. Did they have injuries the year they sucked and got healthy the next year? Was there QB changes, playmaker changes? Don’t throw out a bunch of crap on the surface without any context. Talk about silly.
 
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Texanmike02

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He has? Was it the 3 receptions per game? Or the 38 yards per game that put Collins over the top? Maybe that in the last 2 seasons, Texans receivers have had 8 100 yard reception games. And Nico has accumulated zero of them.
 

Texian

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TLTR

I will leave you with this. The 3rd rd is there you begin to gamble on high upside developmental guys like Mills or small school guys like Mienertz. Caserio took a shot on a guy that obviously has talent but hasn't played much. He struck out, but I like the fact that he gambled on a QB given the situation. If he hits it's a big win. If he misses it costs a 3rd rd pick. A good gamble, IMHO, it didn't work out but I like the gambling mentality.
Pep and Caserio should've listened to Mills college coach, David Shaw, who said on national TV that Mills is somewhat accurate. True to Shaw's word that is who Mills is. Especially when his passes are over 20 yards. Had they drafted Meinerz the Texans would not of had to draft Green and could have drafted Jordan Davis instead. When you're rebuilding, starting each draft with a long-term starter is how you rebuild. A project and an OL who cannot pass block are not. I'm so damn tired of somewhat accurate QBs I'm ready to draft Stetson Bennett at #34. However with each passing day that becomes less likely. If you want Bennett it might take the #12 pick and that might not be high enough.
 

Lucky

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Pep and Caserio should've listened to Mills college coach, David Shaw, who said on national TV that Mills is somewhat accurate.
I think Shaw was telling Pep what he wanted to hear. I've said this before, but Mills was not guaranteed the starting job if he returned to Stanford for his senior year.
If you want Bennett it might take the #12 pick and that might not be high enough.
Are you being serious?
 

Texian

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I think Shaw was telling Pep what he wanted to hear. I've said this before, but Mills was not guaranteed the starting job if he returned to Stanford for his senior year.

Are you being serious?
You know I kind of am. After going back and watching all of the 2021, 2022 SEC Championships, National Championships, Peach Bowl and Orange Bowl, I am of the opinion that Bennett is a better QB than Stroud or Young. Bennett has better feet, quicker release, and better accuracy. Bennett is taller than Young. The 2021 Natl Champ and the 2022 Peach Bowl, Bennet led his team to 4th quarter comebacks to win and outdueled both Stroud and Young. https://www.ncaa.com/stats/football/fbs/current/individual/8
 

amazing80

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You know I kind of am. After going back and watching all of the 2021, 2022 SEC Championships, National Championships, Peach Bowl and Orange Bowl, I am of the opinion that Bennett is a better QB than Stroud or Young. Bennett has better feet, quicker release, and better accuracy. Bennett is taller than Young. The 2021 Natl Champ and the 2022 Peach Bowl, Bennet led his team to 4th quarter comebacks to win and outdueled both Stroud and Young. https://www.ncaa.com/stats/football/fbs/current/individual/8
Bro. He’s 5’11. No thanks
 

Porky

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Pep and Caserio should've listened to Mills college coach, David Shaw, who said on national TV that Mills is somewhat accurate. True to Shaw's word that is who Mills is. Especially when his passes are over 20 yards. Had they drafted Meinerz the Texans would not of had to draft Green and could have drafted Jordan Davis instead. When you're rebuilding, starting each draft with a long-term starter is how you rebuild. A project and an OL who cannot pass block are not. I'm so damn tired of somewhat accurate QBs I'm ready to draft Stetson Bennett at #34. However with each passing day that becomes less likely. If you want Bennett it might take the #12 pick and that might not be high enough.
What? I seriously doubt Bennett is drafted until day 3. He may even be a priority FA. Dude doesn't have the stature or arm talent to warrant a high selection. It's always possible he gets in the right system/coach and excels, but I'd say it's more likely he's buried on a bench somewhere and is out of the league in a few years.
 

Lucky

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You know I kind of am. After going back and watching all of the 2021, 2022 SEC Championships, National Championships, Peach Bowl and Orange Bowl, I am of the opinion that Bennett is a better QB than Stroud or Young. Bennett has better feet, quicker release, and better accuracy. Bennett is taller than Young. The 2021 Natl Champ and the 2022 Peach Bowl, Bennet led his team to 4th quarter comebacks to win and outdueled both Stroud and Young. https://www.ncaa.com/stats/football/fbs/current/individual/8
Ken Dorsey was a heck of a college QB, too. I think if Bennett overachieves, he becomes a NFL backup QB.
 

Texian

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Ken Dorsey was a heck of a college QB, too. I think if Bennett overachieves, he becomes a NFL backup QB.
4 playoff games, 4 MVPs. He's a heck of an overachiever. As a starting QB, Bennett 2 National Championships; Stroud = 0; Young = 0
 
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Texian

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Who's popping champagne first? Texian at his Stetson Bennett draft party, @OptimisticTexan at his Hendon Hooker draft party or @cuppacoffee at his Max Duggan draft party?

And does champagne on ice last 3 days?
I’m not all in on Bennett. I’m just saying after watching Peach bowl for 3rd time there is no doubt in my mind that Bennett has better accuracy, quicker release and better footwork than Stroud. Stroud at times has happy feet and has a bit of a wide up and slow delivery. BTW Stroud still hasn’t declared for the draft. Mulghuleta doesn’t want him going to the Texans?
 

badboy

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I’m not all in on Bennett. I’m just saying after watching Peach bowl for 3rd time there is no doubt in my mind that Bennett has better accuracy, quicker release and better footwork than Stroud. Stroud at times has happy feet and has a bit of a wide up and slow delivery. BTW Stroud still hasn’t declared for the draft. Mulghuleta doesn’t want him going to the Texans?
I think Stroud has to declare before Houston picks..
 

steelbtexan

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I think Shaw was telling Pep what he wanted to hear. I've said this before, but Mills was not guaranteed the starting job if he returned to Stanford for his senior year.

Are you being serious?
Where do you think he will be drafted.
 

Lucky

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Where do you think he will be drafted.
3rd day. Right now, I see 5 QBs going in the top 40 picks. Young, Stroud, Levis, Richardson, & McKee. Then, no other QB until Day 3. Hooker, Duggan, Bennett will be joined by BYU's Jaren Hall, Fresno State's Jake Haener, and long time UH QB Clayton Tune. A Division II QB prospect Tyson Bagent from Shepherd will be at the Senior Bowl, and I've heard good things about his tools.

Looking at comps, Minshew went in the 6th round and Purdy went in the 7th. If you pin me down on Bennett, I'd say 6th round to the Broncos.
 

steelbtexan

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3rd day. Right now, I see 5 QBs going in the top 40 picks. Young, Stroud, Levis, Richardson, & McKee. Then, no other QB until Day 3. Hooker, Duggan, Bennett will be joined by BYU's Jaren Hall, Fresno State's Jake Haener, and long time UH QB Clayton Tune. A Division II QB prospect Tyson Bagent from Shepherd will be at the Senior Bowl, and I've heard good things about his tools.

Looking at comps, Minshew went in the 6th round and Purdy went in the 7th. If you pin me down on Bennett, I'd say 6th round to the Broncos.
Thanks for the reply

I think people are sleeping on Jaren Hall.
 

TheMatrix31

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Haener has the "it" "winner" factor tbh. After his gutsy ass performance against UCLA. I don't know about college talent and whatever, but I just love heart and passion like this.

 

thunderkyss

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Jumping in real quick, kinda busy, just to say I think Davis Mills is a better prospect than Daniel Jones who had a great game today.

Get Mills a real OC/HC & some weapons & he can be Daniel Jones/Ryan Tannehill.

I agree, we should be aiming at better than Daniel Jones/Ryan Tannehill. I'm not arguing that. But if I had a Daniel Jones/Ryan Tannehill, which I think we do, we can be a little more picky in our QB search.
 

Speedy

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Jumping in real quick, kinda busy, just to say I think Davis Mills is a better prospect than Daniel Jones who had a great game today.

Get Mills a real OC/HC & some weapons & he can be Daniel Jones/Ryan Tannehill.

I agree, we should be aiming at better than Daniel Jones/Ryan Tannehill. I'm not arguing that. But if I had a Daniel Jones/Ryan Tannehill, which I think we do, we can be a little more picky in our QB search.
:toropalm:
 

thunderkyss

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C’mon friend. No need for that. If you think there’s a franchise QB in this draft, go for it. Get your guy. If the Texans draft a QB I’m behind them & I’ll be rooting for him to be a Super Bowl winning HOF QB.

But I’m not going to be upset if they don’t set the precedent of drafting a 5’10” 185lb kid with a top 5 pick.

That’s all I’m saying
 

AcresHomesTexan

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Jumping in real quick, kinda busy, just to say I think Davis Mills is a better prospect than Daniel Jones who had a great game today.

Get Mills a real OC/HC & some weapons & he can be Daniel Jones/Ryan Tannehill.

I agree, we should be aiming at better than Daniel Jones/Ryan Tannehill. I'm not arguing that. But if I had a Daniel Jones/Ryan Tannehill, which I think we do, we can be a little more picky in our QB search.
To take this with a grain of seriousness, even if you think Mills is an equal passing prospect, both Tannehill and Jones impact the game with their ability to run.
 

Speedy

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C’mon friend. No need for that. If you think there’s a franchise QB in this draft, go for it. Get your guy. If the Texans draft a QB I’m behind them & I’ll be rooting for him to be a Super Bowl winning HOF QB.

But I’m not going to be upset if they don’t set the precedent of drafting a 5’10” 185lb kid with a top 5 pick.

That’s all I’m saying
I don’t know what they’re going to do but enough of Mills already. He’s not the answer.
 

Texansballer74

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Jumping in real quick, kinda busy, just to say I think Davis Mills is a better prospect than Daniel Jones who had a great game today.

Get Mills a real OC/HC & some weapons & he can be Daniel Jones/Ryan Tannehill.

I agree, we should be aiming at better than Daniel Jones/Ryan Tannehill. I'm not arguing that. But if I had a Daniel Jones/Ryan Tannehill, which I think we do, we can be a little more picky in our QB search.
Mills is not a better prospect than Jones. Lol come on TK what was you sipping on when you posted this.
 

OptimisticTexan

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Jones was a bust by every QB measurable before he finally got a HC/OC, Barkley back healthy, solid receivers, and an OL. Funny, how some are just now coming forward with statements that seem to indicate they knew all along that Jones could be this good. Truth be told, Jones wouldn’t have gotten any further than Mills, had he been working in the same Texans system. And yes, everyone on this board would’ve been screaming bust and he needs to be gone.

Hurts and Tua seen a reversal in their busted careers once the team around them got better and both were given top 5 NFL targets for their respective passing games.

Someone please enlighten me as to what Mills was given to help him develop his game at the NFL level?

I’m willing to see the Texans invest in another QB, but I damm sure don’t want to see the same ol’ development shite show they’ve used throughout their history on the next investment.
 

amazing80

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I get the point of what you guys are saying about Mills, but the dude is like Tom Savage. Just not accurate enough. I am all for letting him stay another year especially if we hire a young HC with a proven track record with QBs (Steichen or Brian Callahan). Let those guys work with him and evaluate him. I would still draft a guy like Hooker or Levis though to hedge my bets. I am almost leaning towards dropping a few spots and grabbing an extra pick and drafting Levis. His skills remind me of Josh Allen, but is a little more raw. A great offensive mind and coach can get the best out of him.
 

Texansphan

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Jones was a bust by every QB measurable before he finally got a HC/OC, Barkley back healthy, solid receivers, and an OL. Funny, how some are just now coming forward with statements that seem to indicate they knew all along that Jones could be this good. Truth be told, Jones wouldn’t have gotten any further than Mills, had he been working in the same Texans system. And yes, everyone on this board would’ve been screaming bust and he needs to be gone.

Hurts and Tua seen a reversal in their busted careers once the team around them got better and both were given top 5 NFL targets for their respective passing games.

Someone please enlighten me as to what Mills was given to help him develop his game at the NFL level?

I’m willing to see the Texans invest in another QB, but I damm sure don’t want to see the same ol’ development shite show they’ve used throughout their history on the next investment.
If we make the right choice with our new HC, that shouldn't happen. (Touches wood)
It will be interesting to see who he brings in to be his team.
 


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