Does Tyler Wilson Have a Real Shot at Winning the Raiders’ Starting QB Job?

May 28, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For the second time in two seasons, quarterback Matt Flynn finds himself on a new team, and for a second straight year, Flynn is in danger of having his role as starter usurped by a rookie signal-caller.
Last year, it was Russell Wilson who vaulted past Flynn and into the starting job for the Seattle Seahawks. In 2013, it's Tyler Wilson doing the honors with the Oakland Raiders by staking an early claim with a strong showing in OTAs.
That's the latest from Steve Corkran of The Contra Costa Times, who recently tweeted that he agrees with those who believe that Wilson has outperformed Flynn in limited action to this point.
Now, before we go any further, it's important to note that the action has been very limited. We're talking about a handful of non-contact practices. It's not exactly a huge sample size.
Still, there's really no reason to think that Tyler Wilson can't win the starting job if he keeps this up.
For starters, it's not like Matt Flynn is exactly ent...

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