We're about to find out if the Terrelle Pryor experiment is a success. Once again, it appears the Matt Flynn experiment is a failure.
Despite Monday beginning with Oakland Raiders coach Dennis Allen saying he would not name a starting quarterback for Week 1 until game time Sunday, the San Francisco chronicle reported later in the day that indeed Pryor will get the start this coming Sunday against the Colts.
Citing two league sources , the Chronicle said that "Allen told both Pryor and Matt Flynn his decision Monday morning and said he wasn't going to say whom he chose for competitive reasons."
Pryor actually started the final regular-season game of 2012 in place of an injured Carson Palmer, but entered camp the backup behind Flynn, whom the Raiders acquired from Seattle shortly before trading Palmer to Arizona in April. But Flynn did not do enough to assert himself as the starter in the preseason, struggling most in the third game -- typically the game in which the starters recei...