It was yet another rough season in Oakland as the Raiders finished their 2013 campaign with an ugly 4-12 record.
Despite the poor record, it seems as if head coach Dennis Allen may have survived the disappointing season as he was not fired on ‘Black Monday’ and it’s seeming more and more likely he’ll have a new quarterback if/when he returns next season.
Head coach Dennis Allen said he thought about pulling Pryor for Matt McGloin but decided against it.
“With the way the game was playing out, we needed to let Terrelle play and finish the game,” Allen said. “I thought he responded late and made a few plays.”
The Raiders were getting blown out by the Denver Broncos from the start, so pulling Pryor would have been more of an indication as to what Allen thought of Pryor’s play than actually attempting to win the game.
Allen didn’t say why he had the change of heart.