Hot-tempered Houston Texans coach Lovie Smith: ‘We’re not a good football team right now’

HOUSTON — Houston Texans coach Lovie Smith sounded a little upset for perhaps the first time after another bitter loss on Sunday.

The freshman coach was thoroughly dominated by the Washington Commanders during a 23-10 loss at NRG Stadium when quarterback Davis Mills was intercepted for a pick-six to start the game and the Texans with a season-low 148 Yards total attack ended acknowledged the team’s desolate state.

The Texans are 1-8-1 after losing their fifth straight game.

“Guys, right now it’s a football team where we’re not doing a lot of things well,” Smith said after watching Mills get caught twice and sacked five times. “We’re building. We’re not quite there yet. We’re not a good football team at the moment. That’s how most teams start.


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