Last night’s game between the Oakland Raiders and the Dallas Cowboys was a pretty intense match up and almost had an unexpected outcome.
For awhile I thought the Raiders were surely going to walk away with a victory but things didn’t turn out that way.
Now that they’ve put that loss in their back pocket, it’s time to focus on their next opponent. In Week 14, the Oakland Raiders will be taking on Geno Smith and the New York Jets.
The Jets have a tough defense so this match up will be tougher than the one they faced in Dallas last night. With Pryor anxiously waiting be healthy enough for his number to be called again, the Raiders will roll with the outstanding rookie quarterback during Week 14.
Coach Dennis Allen said he is inclined to stick with Matt McGloin at quarterback for now, without signing off on McGloin for final 4 games.
— Steve Corkran (@CorkOnTheNFL) November 29, 2013
He doesn’t have the best record right now as a starter, but he’s put up some solid numbers for this teams offense. In the four games he’s played, three of them starts, he’s passed for nearly 800 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions.
He’s showing signs of being a great quarterback who is comfortable in the pocket but will more than likely become the back up once again.