With the last game of the preseason finished, there are many questions still plaguing the Oakland Raiders but the main question is who will be taking the snaps for the offense this year?
Coming into the preseason, the top candidate was Matt Flynn. It was his job to lose. After three preseason games, seemingly the coin flipped, was it now Terrelle Pryor’s job to lose in the fourth game?
With Flynn sidelined with elbow tendonitis, similarly to last season, Pryor got the opportunity to start the final game of the preseason. With the spotlight on him he didn’t make the choice any easier following the game. Pryor only threw for 31 yards with a low quarterback rating of 10. He had a drive ending interception but two of his drives ended in field goals.
Let’s look at the numbers from the four games this preseason, perhaps it will become clear. When you look at either quarterbacks’ stats, neither of them ran away with the starting job. Over the four game preseason, Pryor was 17-for-32 passi...