• Steelers had interest in Terrelle Pryor

    Summary of 24 articles · Updated Oct 28, 2013
    Terrelle Pryor said last week he had a chance to play for his hometown Steelers, but wasn’t sure it was the best idea. Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor set a couple of big marks on the first play from scrimmage against Pittsburgh. Elsewhere, Oakland's Terrelle Pryor sprinted his way into NFL history with a 93-yard touchdown run against the Pittsburgh Steelers. That's because the front seven has to know where he is at all times because Pryor can run just as easily as he can throw. Pryor presents a dual threat for the Steelers defense, which has allowed just one touchdown in the past nine quarters. “I was like, ‘Are we that excited about a 5- or 6-yard gain?’ “Sure enough, I look up and Pryor’s at the 50 with no one around him and I’m like, ‘Oh, that’s why they’re cheering. The Raiders have beaten Steelers in their past two meetings in Oakland.
    • NFL in 90: Matt Stafford channels inner Dan Marino, Terrelle Pryor goes all Tecmo Bowl

      Was Sunday's game between the Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys a better one than Dallas-Denver a few weeks ago? That's up for debate, but the Lions' 31-30 victory over the Cowboys certainly had a more memorable ending as Matt Stafford caught everyone of…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Numerous viewpoints on Pryor’s record-setting TD run

      OAKLAND – In a span of 14 seconds, Terrelle Pryor turned an inauspicious start by the Raiders on Sunday into a tone-setting touchdown with a run for the ages. Pryor took the snap from center, faked a hand-off to running back Darren McFadden, rolled to h…
    • Halftime: Raiders 21, Steelers 3

      The Raiders rushed for 182 yards and three touchdowns en route to a 21-3 halftime lead against the Steelers Sunday. Terrelle Pryor scored on a 93-yard run and Darren McFadden had runs of 7 and 4 yards. Pittsburgh’s lone points came on a 47-yard Shaun Su…
    • Raiders running wild over Steelers at halftime

      An old school rivalry is producing a surprisingly old school beatdown. After Terrelle Pryor took the first snap of the game for the longest touchdown run by an NFL quarterback (93 yards), the Raiders continued to pile onto their margin, leading the Stee…
    • End 1st qtr: Raiders 14, Steelers 0

      The Raiders struck on a 93-yard run by Terrelle Pryor on the first play of scrimmage and later added a 7-yard run by Darren McFadden in the first quarter Sunday against the Steelers. Pittsburgh opens at the Raiders 33-yard line in the second quarter wit…
    • Terrelle Pryor Runs 93 Yards Untouched For Touchdown, Sets NFL Record

      Well, that read option worked out nicely. Terrelle Pryor's 93-yard dash is the longest run by a quarterback in NFL history and the longest run by anyone in Raiders history. Read more...
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Game 7 matchup: Steelers vs. Raiders

      When the Raiders have the ball: QB Terrelle Pryor leads the team in passing (1,061 yards) and rushing (285) but has been playing behind a suspect offensive line. The Raiders have allowed 27 sacks, tied for second most in the league, though 10 came in th…
    • Head-to-head: Steelers CB William Gay vs. Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor

      Cornerback William Gay knows the pratfalls of watching television, a practice that is prohibited by his secondary coach, Carnell Lake. Seem strange?
    • Kovacevic: Get to Terrelle? Not these Steelers

      By Dejan Kovacevic, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewOAKLAND, Calif. — By every reasonable reckoning, this should be just another black-and-blue Sunday by the Black Hole for Terrelle Pryor. But it won’t be. ...
    • Steelers notebook: Revived offense looks to keep momentum

      By Alan Robinson, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewThe Steelers’ running game finally is enjoying some success, but backup quarterback Bruce Gradkowski said the key to a good offense is adapting game by ...
    • Three keys for Steelers against Raiders

      The Pittsburgh Steelers win at Oakland if they... Stay patient with the run: The Steelers have stayed committed to running the ball the last two games, averaging 27.5 carries in victories over the Jets and Ravens compared with an average of 18.3 carries…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Heyward hoping to catch up with Pryor

      PITTSBURGH -- The quarter package that the Pittsburgh Steelers have employed with increasing frequency would appear to be a good way to counter Oakland Raiders dual-threat quarterback Terrelle Pryor. Six defensive backs would put more speed on the field…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Double Coverage: Steelers at Raiders

      A cross-country rivalry as heated as it is old school is renewed between the Oakland Raiders and Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday at the O.co Coliseum. The Raiders (2-4) are coming off a much-needed bye week in which they were able to address their numerou…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Former Jeannette High School star Terrelle Pryor finally gets to face the Steelers in Oakland

      In the summer of 2006, months after the Steelers won Super Bowl XL, another impressive Pittsburgh sports team was taking shape. But this one would take some time to be fully appreciated.
    • Pryor cleaned up some stuff during bye week, became better QB

      Some players exited the Raiders facility Wednesday and headed for far-away places, anywhere, to get away from the daily grind of the NFL, if only for a few days. For quarterback Terrelle Pryor, it was business as usual. See, Pryor isn’t one to take days…
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  • On the Steelers: Who's wild about the cat?

    Look for the wildcat offense again in Oakland today. The Steelers might use it, with some new wrinkles, but the Raiders definitely will. That's because Terrelle Pryor is the wildcat offense. When you have a quarterback who can run like Pryor, there's no…

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