Aug 29, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor (2) runs with the ball while tight end Jeron Mastrud (48) blocks during the 1st half at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor goes video game stiff arm on Indianapolis Colts


As we speak, the Oakland Raiders are in the midst of potentially pulling an upset against the Indianapolis Colts. How that plays out, we’re soon to find out, but no matter the final score, Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor has been a machine today.

While the Raiders were expected to have one of the worst quarterback situations in the NFL (if not the worst), Terrelle Pryor has halted all that talk – at least for a few days as he’s ran and thrown all over the Colts’ solid defense this afternoon.

One person who’s very well aware of Pryor’s solid play is defensive back Laron Landry who not only missed a tackle on Pryor earlier in the game, he took a nasty video game stiff arm from the quarterback.

Running down the sideline, Pryor decided to pull out his best running back move and gave an “I don’t think so” arm to the facemask of Landry, though, in fairness to the Colts defensive back, he did get him out of bounds which was his job.

Most quarterbacks would have of course not even made it to the sideline, let alone try to stiff arm a defender. Hopefully Pryor’s hard nosed style won’t land with him on the IR.


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  • Donald Ray Andry

    Pryor and McFadden get some help upfront Oakland could make some noise, but that doesn’t seem logical. Oakland had the Colts and shouldn’t have lost. Colts didn’t adjust to Oaklands play changes after their first two touchdowns. Oakland basically shut them down. Good thing Luck can run the ball. One win and shades of last years come backs. For Luck to stay healthy and Colts to continue to win they need to fix their Oline or have a plan B for Miami. Very poor ending for game one after 1st two scores. Tannehill put up good stats today. He’s better passer than Pryor, or at least he’s getting time to throw. Davis and Butler going to be busy next week. Toler real deal. Beat on a great throw from Pryor once. Kinda boring game over all.

    • Danny Bowen

      Well, that and a bullshit “defenseless receiver” hit.. and a blatant hold on that TD run.. but other than that.. yeah it was Luck.

  • Ecade

    Bad Calls hurt us again ,