Early Reviews of Davis Mills at Texans Training Camp Are Bleak
The Houston Texans are currently navigating a tricky quarterback situation given the uncertainty around Deshaun Watson. While Watson's status for the upcoming season is up in the air, Houston made sure to sign veteran Tyrod Taylor in free agency and select Davis Mills in the third round of the NFL Draft.
Many are eager to see what the rookie QB can do, but he may have some work ahead of him.
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Mills appears to be struggling mightily in his first days of camp. Reports from practice have knocked the Stanford product for slow processing and turnover troubles in his early reps.
"Mills’ camp has so far included a lot more bad plays than impressive ones. He often looks slow to process during more competitive periods of practice, and he’s turned the ball over at some point on most days."- The Athletic on Davis Mills
However, a poor showing over a small sample from camp isn't anything to be too worried about. First-year QBs are known to go through growing pains as they adjust to the speed of the NFL game. Mills' entire rookie year will be a learning experience, and writing him off without time to learn from his mistakes would be unfair.
The 6-foot-4 signal-caller threw for 3,468 yards, 18 TDs and 8 INTs across just 13 games in two seasons at Stanford. He could certianly use some seasoning, and he'll have a great chance to learn from a well-traveled QB in Taylor this season.
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