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NFL Injury Report:
The Oakland Raiders have announced that Terrelle Pryor will be their starting quarterback this week, which means he has passed all his concussion tests. Pryor was originally the starter before suffering a concussion two weeks ago. Pryor gives the Raiders offense a dynamic dual threat, he can make plays with his feet and his arm and has played well so far this season with not much help.Everyone knew when Pryor was healthy he would come back to be the Raiders starter, but maybe the bigger story is that the Raiders announced their depth chart and Matt Flynn has been demoted to the third string quarterback. Head coach Dennis Allen was very critical of Flynn's play last week when he started in place for Pryor. It is safe to say the Raiders made a mistake by acquiring Flynn, they gave up a draft pick and are paying more than $6 million for his services. That is a hefty price for a backup, but that is way too much for a third stringer.Matt Mcgloin, an undrafted rookie has been named the second string quarterback. If Flynn can't beat out an undrafted rookie quarterback it is safe to say he may never be a starter. The Raiders play a division rival in the Chargers this week so it will be an important game for both teams. Look for Pryor to provide a spark in the Raiders offense this week.Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?
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The Oakland Raiders (1-3) will take on the San Diego Chargers (2-2) Sunday at the O.co Coliseum. Kickoff has been moved to 8:35 PM. The game is sure to be a close one, as both teams have strong and weak components.
Oakland’s quarterback Terrelle Pryor will return for Sunday’s game, after recovering from a concussion. This will be one advantage for the Raiders, after fill-in quarterback...
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Terrelle Pryor is symptom-free and will start Sunday night’s Week 5 game against the Chargers. I am exited for Pryor, because he has been pretty surprising this year. Pryor will lead the Raiders into their 11:35 game against the Chargers which will be aired on the NFL Network. Pryor has been putting up at least 18 […]
Quarterback Terrelle Pryor will start this week after missing last week’s game with a concussion.
Pryor is symptom free, will start for Raiders vs. Chargers. Matt McGloin is backup. Flynn dropped to No. 3 QB
— Jerry McDonald (@Jerrymcd) October 2, 2013
This is certainly great news after last week’s loss to the Redskins. You would have to imagine that if Pryor played, the...
In the beginning of the game against the Washington Redskins, Oakland had the lead until the third quarter due to the Redskins’ disastrous offensive performance. What was the turning point in the game that caused the Redskins to overturn the Raiders? Washington’s defense picked up the slack of their offense, resulting in an ending score of Washington 24, Oakland 14.
How did quarterback...
It also looks like Raiders second string quarterback Matt Flynn lost his backup job to matt McGloin.
looks like McGloin has jumped Flynn on #raiders depth chart
— Paul Gutierrez (@PGutierrezESPN) October 2, 2013
Seems like Dennis Allen really wasn’t happy with the way Flynn played last week for him to lose his back up job after one game as the starter in place of Terrelle...
The Oakland Raideres will have Terrelle Pryor under center for Sunday’s game against the San Diego Chargers.
“He is symptom-free, so he’s clear,” head coach Dennis Allen said on Wednesday.
The Raiders have also moved Matt Flynn, who started last week, to third string promoting undrafted rookie Matt McGloin to the backup role.
TIME CHANGE: Raiders and Chargers...
Raiders coach Dennis Allen made it official Wednesday: rookie Matt McGloin is now the Raiders backup quarterback and Matt Flynn is No. 3. Re Flynn: “It is what it is. It didn’t work out” Allen said.
Flynn making $6.5 million guaranteed this year was brought in by general manager Reggie McKenzie to be the starting quarterback and was beaten out by Terrelle Pryor in the preseason...
Last week: 31
If it wasn’t already clear, Matt Flynn’s performance against the Redskins proves the Raiders made the correct choice going with Terrelle Pryor over Flynn. It isn’t saying a ton, but Pryor is already one of the top-5 players on this roster, while Flynn looked like a quarterback who deserved to go in the 7th round back in 2008, leading the Raiders to...
According to Jerry McDonald of the Oakland Tribune, Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor will draw the start Sunday against the Chargers.Fantasy Spin:He's finally symptom-free after missing last week's game with a concussion. Although he hasn't piled on a ton of yardage, Pryor's running ability makes him a low-end fantasy starter.
From Bobby Layne to Fran Tarkenton to Jim Zorn to Randall Cunningham to Michael Vick the fear for running quarterbacks was that they unnecessarily put themselves in harm’s way.
Try telling that to this new breed of zone-read-option quarterbacks such as Cam Newton Robert Griffin III Russell Wilson Colin Kaepernick and yes even Terrelle Pryor.
By the time Pryor takes the field...
Raiders HC Dennis Allen announced on Wednesday that undrafted rookie free agent Matt McGloin will take over as the team’s backup quarterback behind Terrelle Pryor.
“It is what it is. It didn’t work out,” Allen said, via Vic Tafur.
As if things couldn’t possibly get worse for Matt Flynn, he’s now lost a job for the third time in less than two years.
Allen basically threw...
$6.5 million guaranteed for Matthew, so I am sure he is crying any tears.
Allen makes it official: Matt McGloin now #Raiders backup as Matt Flynn No. 3. Re Flynn: “It is what it is. It didn’t work out,” Allen said.
— Vic Tafur (@VicTafur) October 2, 2013
Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen was asked whether he’s interested in signing Josh Freeman if he ends up clearing waivers.
“I don’t know,” Allen said, per CSNBayArea.com.v
Raiders offensive coordinator Greg Olsen coached Freeman from 2009-11 during his time in Tampa.
“I’ve always been a fan of Josh as a person and a player,” Olson said after Thursday’s practice...
Last week: 24 (+2)
The Redskins won their first game of the season in Oakland, but honestly I wasn’t that impressed with them. They should have blown out the Matt Flynn led Raiders, but they didn’t, as their offense mustered just 24 points (7 off of a return) against a replacement level Raiders defense. Fortunately for them, they have a bye week to get things sorted...