• Steelers notebook: Pryor’s TD run still haunts Steelers

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Oct 31, 2013
    “It’s all about getting a win,” Pryor said. Sure, Pryor has started only seven games during his two-plus NFL seasons six of those came this season but that’s enough of a sample size for people to get the point that Pryor is more than a runner. Eagles coach Chip Kelly said Pryor is built like a defensive end or an NBA power forward. The bottom line, of course, is that strong safety Troy Polamalu couldn't fight off a block to redirect Pryor, and free safety Ryan Clark committed to Darren McFadden on the fake handoff. Michael Vick's 185-pound frame is too frail for the pounding that a mobile quarterback must withstand, and both Nick Foles and Matt Barkley run as if Steve Sabol had trained one of his slo-mo cameras on them and John Facenda were narrating.
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      Opposing defenses have attempted various schemes to combat Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor, a dual threat who is among the top 20 rushers in the NFL through eight weeks.
    • Pryor bristles at suggestion he needs to prove his game well-rounded

      It wasn’t so long ago when people wondered whether the Raiders would create a package of plays that would take advantage of Terrelle Pryor’s superior running ability. Then came Pryor’s meteoric transformation from a project into a legitimate NFL starter…
    • Raiders' Pryor ideal for Chip Kelly's offense

      The Eagles play the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, and for the first time in his fledgling NFL career, Chip Kelly finally will coach a game that features a quarterback who would be ideal for orchestrating a read-option offense.
      Source: philly.com

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