After a rough day at Buffalo, the Texans will look to fix mistakes and get ready for a home matchup next Sunday with New England.
Houston fell, 40-0, at Highmark Stadium on Sunday to the Bills. LB Kamu Grugier-Hill finished with seven tackles, one of which was for a loss, he was disappointed, but he also kept the focus on the full-season following the defeat.
"It's not going to break us," Grugier-Hill said. "We're going to move on. It's still very early in the season. We're going to come correct. We're going to fix this. There's always, no matter what, things you can learn from."
The Texans were penalized 10 times for 100 yards in the shutout. Head Coach David Culley emphasized that as one of a few key reasons for the outcome.
"That's an undisciplined football team and that starts with me," Culley said. "We're going to get that corrected. That's way too many."
The Texans are warming up at Highmark Stadium ahead of the Week 4 game against the Bills. Check out arrival photos presented by Gatorade.
QB Davis Mills and the offense struggled on Sunday, as he completed 11-of-21 passes for 87 yards and was picked off four times. Nevertheless, the rookie pointed to the importance of unity after the loss.
"We gotta stick together as a team," Mills said. "We can't let a loss like this pull us apart. We still have a really long season in front of us. We'll just come back, put our heads down and get to work."
DL Whitney Mercilus picked up his third sack of the season Sunday and was also focused on correcting mistakes.
"We've just got to be more disciplined and play better football," Mercilus said. "We'll take this away, go back to the drawing board and check it out. The greatest thing is, we've got 12 games (left). We'll get a chance to respond."
The Texans get that opportunity at noon CT next Sunday inside NRG Stadium. They'll host the Patriots, a team they've beaten in each of the last two seasons here in Houston. Click here for tickets.
Check out the top photos as the Houston Texans take on the Buffalo Bills in Week 4 of the 2021 NFL Season.