What Does Terrelle Pryor Have to Prove on Sunday?

December 28, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Oakland Raiders head into Sunday’s season finale against the Denver Broncos hoping to get their final evaluation of quarterback Terrelle Pryor. After six games with undrafted rookie free agent Matt McGloin as the starting quarterback, the Raiders have turned back to Pryor, who was their Week 1 starter.
Despite having nine career starts under his belt, Pryor still has a lot to prove.
Given that Pryor’s third season in the NFL will come to an end on Sunday, the start could dictate his future at the quarterback position and his status next season with the Raiders. If Pryor isn’t effective as both a runner and passer, it’s conceivable that he will never get another start at the NFL level—particularly not with the Raiders.
It’s just too unclear if Pryor can ever be an effective passer in the NFL. For a short time after Pryor’s first start against the Broncos in Week 3, he did look like he had that ability. A midseason slump by Pry...

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