Terrelle Pryor-Underrated and Ready to Rumble
Although Pryor had an illustrious college career at Ohio State (2,772 yards and 27 touchdowns passing, 754 yards and 4 touchdowns rushing in Junior Season), he had some off the field troubles that caused him to enter the NFL Draft later than expected. Due to his late draft status, Pryor was relatively unknown in the NFL, however after a plethoura of horrendous Raider QBs, Pryor was finally given a chance to shine against the Chargers and had it not been for some unfortunate turn of events, would have came out with a victory (150 yards and 2 touchdowns passing, 49 yards and 1 touchdown rushing). Although probably nobody could have predicted Pryor would be the starting QB at this point last year, Pryor has really worked hard and shown he has the ability to take this team far. Especially vs. a strong Indianapolis defense, Pryor had a great game, throwing for 217 yards and a touchdown as well as rushing for 112 yards. Although he did throw 2 unfortunate interceptions during the 4th quarter, he still showed that he can lead this Raiders offense. This upcoming week against the Jaguars, watch as Pryor will light up the score board with his feet and his arm and earn his first NFL win.