The Oakland Raiders have had a rough season and after it looked like they might have found a quarterback in Terrelle Pryor, the team is back to trying to figure out who fits best under center. For the past few weeks that guy has been Matt McGloin and according to CSNBayArea.com reporter Henry Wofford, that’s going to be the case again this week.
Wofford reports that McGloin is going to get the start again for the Raiders but that doesn’t mean we won’t see Terrelle Pryor on the field when Oakland takes on the Kansas City Chiefs.
Coach Dennis Allen says QB Matt McGloin will start vs the Chiefs Sunday. The Raiders will game plan “when they can use T. Pryor.”
— Henry Wofford (@HenryWoffordCSN) December 9, 2013
We don’t exactly know the capacity in which Pryor will be used against the Chiefs but it at least shows the Raiders are trying to be as creative as they can with the play calling. Where McGloin has been a pocket passer for the Raiders, Pryor has the edge of being a mobile quarterback who adds a dynamic to the offense.
It’s not as though the Raiders have that dynamic of an offense but Pryor seems to be working his way back into the offense which raises even more questions about the quarterback situation in Oakland.