Pryor has stated that he tries to get one percent better every day as a quarterback or football player. In the end, Terrelle Pryor plans to be the starting quarterback and lead the Oakland team to more wins.
In reality, that is not much to ask for a guy who has his foot in the door with the Silver-and-Black. Or is it? Well, the task, as everyone knows, is a huge difficult barrier to overcome, but Pryor looks like he is headed the right way, so far.
If Pryor has a promising performance against the Seattle Seahawks, the kid will most likely become the next starter.
Offensive coordinator Greg Olson has expressed his feelings stating that Pryor has been outstanding at leading the Raiders, implying, in some way or another, that the kid has been better than Matt Flynn.
Cornerback Charles Woodson addressed Pryor as having a spark that the Raiders need on the field, while Coach Dennis Allen stated that Pryor has the athleticism to get out of trouble and make plays.
A quarterback that can lead a team and make plays without turnovers is exactly what the Oakland Raiders need. Terrelle Pryor fits this profile better than the other quarterbacks the Raiders have on the roster.
The Oakland Raiders will have to see how Terrelle Pryor will perform against the Seahawks on Thursday night. Good luck to Pryor and, for the Raiders, just win baby!