Terrelle Pryor is practicing with the first team offense. His latest performance in the preseason has given him an opportunity to move up the depth chart.
Terrelle Pryor began practice with first team offense. Rest of practice will take place behind closed doors – media window closed. #Raiders
— Raiders Beat (@RaidersBeat) August 25, 2013
He played well and gave the offense a spark. The team’s offensive line is junk, but Pryor is able to create extra time with his feet. He bought time in the pocket and ran the football for first downs.
If he performs well in the final game of the season, he can steal the starting job from Matt Flynn. He deserves the opportunity and I think he gives the team the best chance to make things happen on offense. He needs to be the starter for the team if they want to win.