After an entire offseason, most NFL teams are ready to roll for week one of the regular season, but as is often the case, the Oakland Raiders aren’t following suit, and at first glance, the team doesn’t appear ready for their Sunday matchup in Indianapolis.
The big question going into week one is, who will be the Raiders’ quarterback. We’d all like to know whether the team will go with Matt Flynn, who was brought in as the man for the job from Seattle, or Terrelle Pryor, a quarterback that has athleticism on his side.
Frankly, the Raiders don’t want us to know.
Oakland will be outmatched in most of their games this season. They lack the playmakers to contend for a divisional title, but at least during week one of the regular season, they have the element of surprise, or at least until they declare a starting quarterback.
Right now, many have been leaning towards Terrelle Pryor as their starter, and that’s probably who the Colts expect under center. He outplayed Matt Flynn in...