Houston Texans quarterback Davis Mills is still somewhat in his rookie year.

 Even though he is in his second year in the NFL, he has only started 12 games from under center.

So, there is still a bit of the unknown regarding him

Throw in the fact that he is on his second head coach and offensive coordinator in as many years as he has been in the league, 

One thing that can never be said about Mills is that he goes into any game unprepared.

 The Stanford-educated quarterback takes his job very seriously when preparing for the next opponent.

On Sunday against the Denver Broncos, he will try to replicate Geno Smith in the win over the Broncos in Week 1.

“I need to be ready to step up in the pocket and use my legs a little bit to help out the offensive line and open some guys up on the defense,” said Mills

during his weekly press conference. “You saw on Monday night when Geno Smith stepped up in the pocket,

 some big things happened when the defense collapsed on him, when he was a run threat. Last season, I was capable of doing that.”