The Texans feel it helps to "create conflict," and disrupt the defense. "We hope it will limit the potential looks we will see," according to the rest of the tweet. Driskel saw less snaps last week than he did two weeks ago and was mostly used as a runner, but didn't exactly produce much from a fantasy angle. The Texans are expected to use their number-one overall pick on either Bryce Young or C.J. Stroud this April, which we hope puts an end to the two QB system in 2023.
The Texans are going to stick with this after having success against the Cowboys last week. Obviously in typical leagues neither of these two are options, and they are probably barely options in the deepest of leagues.
Allen had five turnovers (four interceptions and one lost fumble) in those games and accounted for two scores against the Texans in the defeat to Cleveland as a tipped pass was intercepted and returned for a touchdown and his lost fumble on a quarterback sneak was returned for a score, the story pointed out. Mills has 11 TD and 11 interceptions this season. It's safe to say, currently holding the top pick in the next NFL Draft, the Texans will likely address the QB position.
Reports said OC Pep Hamilton declined the change happened but others say it will be Allen under center in Week 12. Mills hasn't been good this year and it seems safe to assume the Texans will spend their high first round pick on a QB in this rich quarterback class in 2023.