Raiders like Pryor’s “athletic skill set,” but his QB play needs work
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jun 4, 2013
It’s true that the 23-year-old Pryor is still young, but at some point soon, the Raiders are going to need to see Pryor get better at playing the position. “I think still, when you look at it at the quarterback position, he’s still young in the position,” Allen said of Pryor. Allen did say he wants to give Pryor more opportunities to prove himself. Allen said in-game experience should help Pryor's development, "but again, at the end of the day, everything we do is being evaluated." With Matt Flynn set as the starter, fourth-round pick Tyler Wilson assured of a roster spot and undrafted rookie Matt McGloin reportedly looking good, Pryor will need to showcase his skills when he gets those opportunities, or else he might not make the team. “We’re going to continue to give him opportunities to showcase his skills, but right now, he’s not there yet,” Allen said.