That's why he should have stayed at Stanford for another year.My two cents is that Mills' critics have too narrow of vision and are ignoring the other aspects of the offense which would impact a QB's performance; such as subpar protection by the OL, lack of a running game which is on both the OL and the RB's, and lack of talent in the WR's. I would also put some responsibility on the coaching staff and game planning.
With so much going wrong with the Texans offense, it makes it difficult to judge any individule performance, not just QB.
And let's not forget that Mills right off the bat was thrown to the wolves against the leagues better defenses.
I'm just taking it one game at a time and am looking forward to see how well he rebounds against the Pats in Reliant Stadium.
He still needs to work on a lot of the foundation.