Nobody is ever going to accuse Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor of becoming the next Joe Montana or John Elway. That said – Pryor has been getting the job done for the Raiders as he’s lead them to 3-4 record, no small task considering their relatively woeful roster.
Pryor started the season in a quarterback controversy – one that he clearly shouldn’t have been involved in considering his solid play, though, he has clearly entrenched himself as the starter going forward which is why you’ll likely see a lot of Oakland Raiders fans investing in these shirts:
Raymond Molina, an Oakland Raiders fan created the shirt, playing of Pryor’s name and the rowdy nature of Raiders faithful.
Molina and a few of his friends plan to wear the threads against the Tennessee Titans on November 24th though it’s a shame they didn’t have them last week since Pryor ripped off the longest run (93-yards) from scrimmage from a quarterback in NFL history.
On the back of the shirt, it reads ‘Break out season’ behind a handful of jail bars.