• Chiefs shouldn't back off from Pryor

    Summary of 10 articles · Updated Oct 15, 2013
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Terrelle Pryor wants the blame for Sunday’s loss

      Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor is still too early in his career to draw any broad conclusions about what kind of player he’ll be, but we can say without much hesitation that accountability isn’t going to be a problem for him. Pryor called his perfor…
    • Upon Further Review: Raiders Week 6

      An examination of four hot issues from the Oakland Raiders’ 24-7 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs: Growing up? Terrelle Pryor was sacked 10 times, and the Chiefs registered 14 quarterback hits on him. Pryor carried the ball six times and gained 60 yards, …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs Rewatch: Thoughts on Smith, Pryor, Cooper, Fisher, Charles, Jackson

      After another look at Sunday's game, here's more analysis of the Chiefs' 24-7 victory against the Raiders. This was one game where defensive coordinator Bob Sutton's different looks were particularly effective.
    • Chiefs rack up 10 sacks, keep QB Pryor scrambling all day

      Darren McFadden knew his quarterback had taken a beaten Sunday. He'd seen Terrelle Pryor pick himself off the turf time and time again, yet, Oakland's star running back still couldn't believe his ears when he heard how many sacks the Raiders gave up -- …
    • Chiefs sack Pryor 10 times, punish Raiders

      The Chiefs defense continued its strong season with a bone-crushing showing vs. the Raiders.
      Source: CNNSI.com

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