Both Tyrod Taylor and Davis Mills took first-team reps at practice Wednesday at the Houston Texans Methodist Training Center. Head Coach David Culley said a decision on the starting quarterback for Week 14 (and possibly for the rest of the season) had not yet been made.
"We will make a decision later on in the week," Culley said Wednesday morning. "They will both practice."
Taylor suffered a hyperextension of his left wrist during the third quarter of Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts. He left the game and was unable to finish due to swelling in his non-throwing hand, which made it difficult to properly grip the ball. Taylor completed 5-of-13 for 45 yards and one interception, while Mills completed 6-of-14 for 49 yards off the bench in the 31-0 loss against the Colts.
A decision on the Texans' Week 14 starter will be made after evaluating both quarterbacks this week. Cully said Taylor's injury would have "no role in the decision," meaning Mills could start on Sunday even if the veteran QB is healthy.
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