QB Tyrod Taylor says Texans will continue to push

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The Houston Texans may have fallen to 1-8 on the season after their 17-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins in Week 9 Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium, but Tyrod Taylor doesn’t foresee the team quitting on the season.

According to the 32-year-old signal caller, who went 24-of-43 for 240 yards and three interceptions, the team will regroup over the bye week and look for ways to get better over the final nine games.
“We regroup and we continue to keep pushing, preparing,” said Taylor. “And have to go out there and play the rest of the season. Take it one game at a time. Take it one day at a time.”

Even though the Texans are now relegated with the Detroit Lions as the only teams in the league with a win or fewer, Taylor insists the team still has hope.

Said Taylor: “As far as hope, it’s not a lack of hope. If anything, guys are eager to get out there and turn it around. I think the bye week comes at a spot where we can regroup and prepare ourselves mentally and physically.”

The Texans have the Tennessee Titans coming out of the bye, and will face the 7-2 club on Nov. 21 at Nissan Stadium for the first match in their two-game series.