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Final: Seahawks 22, Raiders 6

Terrelle Pryor failed to make coach Dennis Allen’s decision on a starting quarterback any easier Thursday night.

Pryor showed the running skills that make him such an intriguing option but struggled with his passing in a 22-6 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in the preseason finale for both teams at CenturyLink Field.

The Raiders, 1-3 in the preseason, managed only field goals of 45 and 37 yards from Justin Medlock with Pryor at quarterback in the first half and looked to be a team a long way from finding itself with the regular-season opener in Indianapolis looming Sept. 8.

Seattle, 4-0, passed at will for much of the night against Raiders starters and reserves.

Chances are that before Allen makes the call on whether Pryor or sore-armed Matt Flynn is the starting quarterback, he’ll first turn his attention to cutting 22 players from the roster to the mandatory 53 on Saturday.

Pryor’s time was limited because the Raiders couldn’t move the ball and the defense couldn’t stop Seattle. Part of the reason Oakland had a 20:24 to 9:36 disadvantage in time of possession was the inability to get first downs through the air.

Starting quarterback Russell Wilson completed 3 of 3 passes for 68 yards ins setting up a 2-yard run by Robert Turbin on the opening drive, then took the rest of the night off. Backup Tarvaris Jackon was 12-for-17 for 199 yards and got the Seahawks in position for three field goals by Steven Hauscka.

Hauscka ended up kicking five field goals from distances of 56, 22, 51, 43 and 53 yards.

When the first half ended, Pryor was 3 of 8 for 31 yards and one interception with a miniscule passer rating of 9.9. The good things Pryor did came with his legs, as he set up Medlock’s first field goal with a 25-yard scramble and added a 17-yard bootleg late in the second half to help set up the second one.

Pryor’s last drive, although it produced points, came in an unusual two-minute drill which found the Raiders driving 61 yards for three points and failed to gain even a yard through the air.

After Hauschka kicked the third of three first-half field goals for a 16-3 lead, the Raiders took over at their own 20 with 3:59 left.

Rashad Jennings promptly ripped of runs of 9 and 32 yards to the Seattle 39. On first-and-10, Pryor, with the line blocking, right, took off on a bootleg to his left for 17 yards to the Seattle 22.

Following a 2-yard run by Jennings, the Seahawks failed to fall for a Pryor playfake, with Jeron Johnson and Bruce Irvin forcing him out of bounds for a 5-yard loss. Pryor scrambled for six yards on 1-and-13, with Medlock coming in for the conversion.

There was precious little for Raider fans to be optimistic about, but Oakland was stout against the run in the first half, holding Seattle to 34 yards on 17 carries, with Pat Sims often playing behind the line and disrupting Seahawks blocking schemes.

Left tackle Menelik Watson, playing into the third quarter in his first game as a left tackle after just one padded practice, had no penalties and no glaring errors. . One of the two sacks of Pryor came to Watson’s side on a play where the quarterback ran into the pressure.

– Jennings had 53 yards on six carries in the first half, with Allen opting to rest Darren McFadden for the final preseason game. Also sitting it out was free safety Charles Woodson. Young was in coverage when Wilson threw a 50-yard pass to Stephen Williams on the first drive.

– Wide receiver Brice Butler did not make the trip because of a hamstring injury and Sio Moore, bothered by a toe injury of late, also did not play.

– Mike Brisiel, who has struggled with his knee of late, played as the second-team right guard in the second half behind starter Lucas Nix.

– Rookie defensive end David Bass, a seventh-round draft pick, got good pressure and had one sack erased by a defensive holding penalty by linebacker Kaelin Burnett.

x– It was the eighth consecutive year the Raiders have ended the preseason against the Seahawks. Seattle has won seven times, with the only Raiders win coming 23-16 in the only game played between the two teams in Oakland in 2010.

– In the first half of last three preseason games, the Raiders have scored 16 points.

– Former Raiders special teams standout Derrick Jensen was honored as the “`12th Man’’ by the Seahawks before the game and was also given a framed Raiders jersey with his No. 31.

A member of the Seahawks scouting staff for 21 years before his retirement, Jensen is best remembered as a Raider for blocking a punt and recovering it for a touchdown against the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII.

Jensen was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) in 2011 and was honored at a function Wednesday night that included former teammates such as quarterback Jim Plunkett.

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  • jumpnjiminy

    I predicted like 6 wins this year…I’m gonna scale that back a tad. I’m bummed. Thought we’d have a good battle for the starting qb position. Now it’s just let’s start the guy that stinks least…bummed.

  • 0ak r8rs

    I was hoping Andre Carter was doing the half speed preseason vet thing. But I think now he’s just used up. Not a single play that I can recall all preseason. And he was healthy. Someone listed him as a potential surprise cut. It won’t be a surprise to me. It’s too bad. Was hoping for 6 or 7 sacks from him this year. He’s done, and won’t be picked up. CBs lose half a step they play safety. Tackles lose half a step they play guard. RDEs lose half a step, they sell insurance.

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    Tim Kawakami ‏@timkawakami 2h How Dennis Allen might do this: Line up Pryor as Week 1 starter, but say Flynn’s injury is a factor & will compete again when healthy.

  • Raider E

    the famous dr robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:06 pm
    “Pryor was 3 of 8 for 31 yards and one interception with a miniscule passer rating of 9.9″
    ***********

    lol. that’s a “playmaker” who is “exciting” and “electric”.

    —————–

    You haven’t watched the game yet, huh?

    QB is not the biggest problem with this team. It is the damn WR’s. Moore is garbage, Ford is running around stepping all over himself, and all the others can’t play.

    Our bet is going to come down to Streater vs. DHB, and I have the potential all pro QB on my side.

    I would be nervous if I were you….

  • Purvisman/Intrepid/Eternal Optimist

    KoolKell Says:
    That’s because You People don’t see the local broadcasts?
    ==================================================

    I do. And quite obviously I understand english better than you do.

  • raidertalk

    The rookie LT did pretty good actually. Best effort I’ve seen since Veldy went down

  • http://Heismantrophy.com Mr. Heisman Lombardi

    Pryor sucked against the Seahawk backups. Pryor is not a starter.

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    Its only a matter of time before DENNIS Allen is out anyway.. no use in debating. Raiders will finish in 4th place.

    Defense sucks. Defense cant contain, defense cant stop a slant, defense cant stop a rollout, defense cant stop a play downfield.

    zzzzzzzzz lane kiffin era all over.

  • http://www.RAIDERS.com Back-n-Black

    the defense is god awful.

  • Dakota

    RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:16 pm
    If pryor left skid marks.. not according to REGGIE..

    @@@@@@@

    Really? Reggie said Pryor had a great game? I missed that

    ——————

    half time interview. Reggie was hyped up. Said PRYORs whole mentality is making plays.. he loves that about him. He underthrew FORD but thats a timing issue. “he can be something special” they didnt even talk about flynn
    ++++++++++

    If Reggie really feels like that, then he is writing his own ticket out of town. If Reggie is going to ride the RMS PryorTits for the next year or two we will win about 4 games per year and Reggie will be laughed out of the GM business.

  • MarcusAllen

    Another fine showing. This year will be epic.

  • RaidO

    The Famous Dr Robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:15 pm
    RaidO Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:13 pm
    The Famous Dr Robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:10 pm
    Number Two stinks.

    deal with it like a man.
    ———————–

    Look at this guy. All he ever does on this blog is complain and talk crap about Pryor.
    Hey, this team kind of sucks. Defense looks weak.
    Looks like the QB will not matter.
    ***********

    a 90+ rated passer usually means a good team. we have one. that’s what i want for my Raiders.
    ——————–

    Give a rest man. Stop obsessing. Stop embarrassing yourself

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNoi_wwzbtQ Zymurge

    RediaR Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:06 pm
    RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:03 pm
    Pryor was jittery tonight tried to hard… He needs to calm the F down and play within himself. I usually defend Denarious moore but he let pryor down big time with dropped passes.

    Pryors INT was on himself tho… FLynn throws alot of int’s though…so it shouldnt keep pryor from starting gig

    But what is up with Denarious?? the dude looks like he is playing HIGH all the time

    ===

    So you defended Denarious whenever it was Palmer or Flynn throwing to him and he was out of position. But when he doesn’t make Pryor look good, let’s just redirect that blame machine.

  • Raidernationdave

    I threw up in my mouth watching this mess

  • the famous dr robert

    E—my bet is gonna hinge on Moore in my opinion.

  • rediaR

    Well, at least SD sucks too. Those will be “good” games.

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    Terrelle Pryor wasn’t great, but he wasn’t terrible, so he’s the Raiders’ QB for Week 1, you’d have to think
    Posted by Tim Kawakami on August 29th, 2013 at 9:11 pm | Categorized as NFL, Raiders

    Terrelle Pryor didn’t look out of place as an NFL starting quarterback tonight in the Raiders’ exhibition finale at Seattle and that was quite important to find out. Many, many other QBs have looked far worse, and among that list I include Matt Flynn just last week.

    Looking like a normal QB–that was the barometer, at least I think that was the barometer. I’m not exactly sure what precise criteria Raiders coach Dennis Allen is using to decide his QB for Week 1 and beyond. It’s all an inexact science, anyway, at this point.

    Guess work. Gut feel. The Raiders aren’t winning a Super Bowl this season, or uncovering the next Brett Favre. They just want to settle on the QB–either the fleet and inexperienced Pryor or the veteran and often-shaky Flynn–that gives them their best shot at scoring points and maybe their brightest future.

    So… with Flynn out nursing tendonitis in his throwing arm… it was Pryor’s start tonight, and his chance to seize control of this situation.

    And… Pryor looked OK. Yes, I’m grading on a curve, but it’s the Raiders’ QB situation, you have to grade on a curve.

    Pryor looked relatively calm. He didn’t look as exciting as he did last week, he made some mistakes, he certainly looks like he will wobble through nearly continuous growing pains.

    He completed 3 of his 8 pass attempts, for 31 yards, threw an interception, which produced a paltry 9.9 passer rating. He also ran three times for 48 yards.

    But this is one time that you have to throw out the passer rating–Pryor’s number gets knocked down for throwing that INT, which is never a good thing, except that one was a deep heave for an open Jacoby Ford that he slightly under threw, and those kinds of deep picks are acceptable once in a while.

    You go for the vertical passing game, you take risks. It does hurt the passer rating when you miss, no doubt. (And Flynn could not have made that throw–even for it to be intercepted. I don’t want to blast Flynn, but this is not a QB who can even conceive of going vertical.)

    Otherwise in his four-series outing, Pryor found Rod Streater for a couple of mid-range receptions on a 10-play drive to set up a field goal and didn’t get obviously rattled by Seattle’s crowd noise and defensive pressure.

    Again, it’s not like Pryor looked like he was ready to snap off a 24-for-29, 320-yard, 3-TD, 0-INT stat line on the road any time soon. His receivers aren’t showing that a night like that is possible, anywa.

    If the Raiders are looking for a QB to follow a consistent game plan, that would probably be Flynn.

    But I think Allen and his staff are close to concluding that Flynn just isn’t talented enough to give them their best chance to win games.

    Which led them to Pryor, this game, and the low-bar: Move the team, don’t look scared, run the offense to some degree of efficiency. All graded on a curve.

    So… while last week Flynn very much seemed rattled by the pressure he was under (at home), Pryor showed (a bit) that he can deal with it–mostly because he can run, and also because defenses have to protect against him running so that slows down the all-out attack.

    And Pryor doesn’t look like he’s just going to bolt at the first sign of trouble, either. He can move and look down field and throw. Again, not like Favre or Russell Wilson, but he’s not just a jack-rabbit out there.

    –Side note: Rookie tackle Menelik Watson got his first playing time of the preseason, it was at the very important left tackle spot, and he didn’t do poorly at all. Very physical, maybe a little raw, but not bad.

    In my mind, I think this all means that Pryor is going to be the Raiders’ starter next week in Indianapolis, whether Allen makes that official tonight after the game or whether the coach decides to delay the announcement for a little while longer.

    I’m not saying Allen and his staff have to go ga-ga over Pryor and I know they might hesitate on this, at least for a few days.

    But I can also see a way for Allen to do this reasonably: Announce that Pryor’s starting next week, but that Flynn’s injury was a partial factor (he couldn’t practice!), and that Flynn will be back competing for the job in practice.

    That the Raiders have all the confidence in the world in Pryor, but that Flynn is still a co-No. 1, in case Pryor falters or the Raiders just want another look at QB–whether it’s within a game or from game to game.

    I still think Pryor is the best choice and the natural choice. If this truly was a competition and these QBs are being measured by performance, it has to be.

    At least for Week 1.
    .

    http://blogs.mercurynews.com/kawakami/2013/08/29/terrelle-pryor-wasnt-great-but-he-wasnt-terrible-so-hes-the-raiders-qb-for-week-1-youd-have-to-think/

    agreed.

    Draft a qb next year. MOVE PRYOR TO ATHLETE

  • 0ak r8rs

    Mr. Heisman Lombardi Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:17 pm
    Mr. Heisman Lombardi’s Surprise Cuts:

    King
    Chekwa
    R.Smith
    Barron
    Gordon
    Carter
    Kaelin Burnett
    W. Smith
    Mcgloin
    Briesel

    @@@@@@@@

    I think Reggie Smith might stick. Only DB that did anything tonight, for whatever that’s worth.

  • http://Heismantrophy.com Mr. Heisman Lombardi

    After reviewing the first half

    Mr. Heisman Lombardi’s Surprise Cuts:

    King
    Chekwa
    R.Smith
    Barron
    Gordon
    Carter
    Kaelin Burnett
    W. Smith
    Mcgloin
    Briesel
    Pryor

  • http://www.Raiders.com KoolKell

    RaidingTexas Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:16 pm
    KoolKell Says:

    Maybe you Texans and schit didn’t see the Flores/Plunkett broadcast………they couldn’t understand why the Raiders were beaten on the same play after play.

    ———————————

    Or maybe Flores/Plunkett have Alzheimers and missed the last 5 years of Raiders football. Nothing has changed. This team has been thoroughly beaten down on defense over and over and over again. If you don’t have guys who can make plays, you don’t make plays.
    —————————–
    Just relaying what they said.

  • the famous dr robert

    RaidO Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:21 pm
    The Famous Dr Robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:15 pm
    RaidO Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:13 pm
    The Famous Dr Robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:10 pm
    Number Two stinks.

    deal with it like a man.
    ———————–

    Look at this guy. All he ever does on this blog is complain and talk crap about Pryor.
    Hey, this team kind of sucks. Defense looks weak.
    Looks like the QB will not matter.
    ***********

    a 90+ rated passer usually means a good team. we have one. that’s what i want for my Raiders.
    ——————–

    Give a rest man. Stop obsessing. Stop embarrassing yourself
    *********
    Lol. Ain’t been wrong yet.

    U keep supporting Pryor who stinks.

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    And Flynn could not have made that throw–even for it to be intercepted. I don’t want to blast Flynn, but this is not a QB who can even conceive of going vertical.)

    ————-

    Tim kawakami. Now why does Timmy have to be a Pryor Brigader lol

  • Raider E

    Hey Slop,

    If Pryor starts, you have no chance because we will basically be just like the Broncos with Tebow.

    Good thing is Pyor is a better athlete, and slightly better passer.

    If we ever find a D. We could start winning 13-10 games.

  • MiamiRaider78

    Both quarterbacks aren’t good but one is more exciting to watch and can make things happen once our oline buckles. We look bad but here’s to hoping our Raiders make this season interesting.

    Flynn hasn’t proved anything since he’s been given his opportunity to shine, not in Seattle nor in Oakland…yet. Maybe his now meaningless stats, numbers and performances from before can show up once again as our QB.

    Doesn’t look good folks!

    12-4 :) Go Raiders!

  • RaiderDirt

    THIS IS NOT YOUR FATHERS RAIDERS, AD/TARVER PROVED THAT THIS PRESEASON, THROW OUT ANY NOTIONS OF MAN TO MAN DEFENSIVE… BACK END HELP WILL BE THERE COME GAME ONE…

    WATSON BEAST…

    PRYOR BEST OPTION TO WIN.

    MESSAGE TO THE HATERS THAT COMMENT ON MY BLOG MY APOLOGIES THAT MY STANDARD CELL PHONE DOESN’T ALLOW ME TO COMMENT ON PREVIOUS POSTS… BECAUSE I WOULD BASH YOU .. ESPECIALLY THE BLOOD BATH BOY THAT SPELLED HIS ISH TALK ABOUT NO ONE WANTING TO READ MY bold LETTERS…FUNNY THING IS..LOL.. U DID..

    TEAM WILL BE READY FOR INDY…

    ONE NATION..OUT!!!

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    Tim Kawakami ‏@timkawakami Pryor’s still the Raiders’ starting QB. #govertical

    —————-

    i agree tim. but DA bread and butter defense sucks.. and has sucked always. No adjustments every made

  • the famous dr robert

    Btw, I told u guys since the draft that kasa would be the starter.

  • http://Heismantrophy.com Mr. Heisman Lombardi

    How about Pryor as a kick returner?

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    125.RaiderDirt Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:24 pm
    THIS IS NOT YOUR FATHERS RAIDERS, AD/TARVER PROVED THAT THIS PRESEASON, THROW OUT ANY NOTIONS OF MAN TO MAN DEFENSIVE… BACK END HELP WILL BE THERE COME GAME ONE…

    WATSON BEAST…

    PRYOR BEST OPTION TO WIN.

    MESSAGE TO THE HATERS THAT COMMENT ON MY BLOG MY APOLOGIES THAT MY STANDARD CELL PHONE DOESN’T ALLOW ME TO COMMENT ON PREVIOUS POSTS… BECAUSE I WOULD BASH YOU .. ESPECIALLY THE BLOOD BATH BOY THAT SPELLED HIS ISH TALK ABOUT NO ONE WANTING TO READ MY bold LETTERS…FUNNY THING IS..LOL.. U DID..

    TEAM WILL BE READY FOR INDY…

    ONE NATION..OUT!!!

    ————————

    I agree man. We need a REAL HC.. forget a real QB.. this teams needs an OFFENSEIVE HC who can coach QB up. We need another harbaugh! we need leadership

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNoi_wwzbtQ Zymurge

    Raider E Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:19 pm
    the famous dr robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:06 pm
    “Pryor was 3 of 8 for 31 yards and one interception with a miniscule passer rating of 9.9″
    ***********

    lol. that’s a “playmaker” who is “exciting” and “electric”.

    —————–

    You haven’t watched the game yet, huh?

    QB is not the biggest problem with this team. It is the damn WR’s. Moore is garbage, Ford is running around stepping all over himself, and all the others can’t play.

    Our bet is going to come down to Streater vs. DHB, and I have the potential all pro QB on my side.

    I would be nervous if I were you….

    ====

    The same D Moore that ran a beautiful route and caught a big TD for Flynn? The same Ford that made two nice catch and runs for McGloin tonight?

    Oh I know. Those guys are also racist conspirators that don’t want to see Pryor succeed. That’s gotta be the explanation.

    Should we talk about the GREAT play that Mastrud made to save an INT off the tipped ball and then turned it into an 8 yard game? Without that, Pryor’s line is 2 for 8 with 2 ints and a QBR that might be less than zero.

    Naaa, just ignore those things and blame the guys not throwing the ball. It really helps with the rampant denial running around in here tonight.

  • rediaR

    The Famous Dr Robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:24 pm
    Btw, I told u guys since the draft that kasa would be the starter.
    ——————-
    Too bad you didn’t take Mastrud.

  • the famous dr robert

    Raider E Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:23 pm
    Hey Slop,

    If Pryor starts, you have no chance because we will basically be just like the Broncos with Tebow.

    Good thing is Pyor is a better athlete, and slightly better passer.

    If we ever find a D. We could start winning 13-10 games.
    *******
    Good thing Flynn is the starter.

    And a top ten one at that.

  • SpudRaider

    I guess you folks watched a different game than me. I thought the first team D looked Ok, not great but OK. Pryor looked in command, that one interception was well played by the defender. Ford could have broken it up… one hand swipe and I don’t think he makes the interception. Ford & Moore didn’t look good. Twice Moore took the wrong read, could have made catches. Ford looked weak. Streater is good.

    Dudes this was the SeaHawks they are way above average. Most teams we face aren’t going to play like them. Maybe not a winning season, but better than last year.

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    DRAFT a real QB next year. MOVE PRYOR TO ATHLETE/ WR / Hback

  • http://www.Raiders.com KoolKell

    The Famous Dr Robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:24 pm

    Btw, I told u guys since the draft that kasa would be the starter.
    ——————————
    You did, psycho? Really?

  • rediaR

    RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:26 pm
    DRAFT a real QB next year. MOVE PRYOR TO ATHLETE/ WR / Hback
    ————–
    Sold

  • the famous dr robert

    RediaR Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:25 pm
    The Famous Dr Robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:24 pm
    Btw, I told u guys since the draft that kasa would be the starter.
    ——————-
    Too bad you didn’t take Mastrud.
    ********
    He and kasa are top two.

    Gordon and ausberry may both be history.

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    Tim Kawakami article hit it right on. Night Gents.

    Raiders are not winning till they get a Real HC . IT all starts with the HC

  • Breaking_Black

    Peyton Manning will retire before next season if we get Clowney.

  • the famous dr robert

    KoolKell Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:26 pm
    The Famous Dr Robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:24 pm

    Btw, I told u guys since the draft that kasa would be the starter.
    ——————————
    You did, psycho? Really?
    ********
    Yeah. I did fvck face.

  • Purvisman/Intrepid/Eternal Optimist

    Would you guys on the ledge come back inside, please.
    This may have been more important than preseason game 4′s usually are, and maybe we really are bad, but it was game 4 and few of our projected starters played long at all.
    Pryor, Hayden and Watson did for obvious reasons.

  • Dakota

    the famous dr robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:25 pm

    Good thing Flynn is the starter.

    And a top ten one at that.
    ++++++

    Pryor isn’t good, but you are nuts for saying that. He would be the 4th best starter in his division.

  • raiderstoronto

    I think the important question is which players COULD be great given all the reps that will be available for this dreadful season.
    Bilukidi
    Crawford
    Butler
    actually, any WR
    Menelik
    DJ hayden
    those rookie TEs
    Sio moore
    .
    .
    Pryor (!!!)

    May as well treat this whole season as a trial by fire. What difference is there between 2-14 and 4-12? A worse first round draft pick.

  • Raider E

    the famous dr robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:21 pm
    E—my bet is gonna hinge on Moore in my opinion.

    ————————-

    You want my address, so you can bring my money now?

    Moore is garbage. Didn’t do a damn thing right tonite. He shouldn’t be on the field unless it is a hail mary pass to end the half.

    Trade the bum for a 5th. If you can get it.

    This leaves a spot open for Holmes or Jenkins.

  • rediaR

    The Famous Dr Robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:27 pm
    RediaR Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:25 pm
    The Famous Dr Robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:24 pm
    Btw, I told u guys since the draft that kasa would be the starter.
    ——————-
    Too bad you didn’t take Mastrud.
    ********
    He and kasa are top two.

    Gordon and ausberry may both be history.
    ——————
    Aus’s injury fvcked him. He was looking alright and getting the chance to make the team.

  • the famous dr robert

    RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:26 pm
    DRAFT a real QB next year. MOVE PRYOR TO ATHLETE/ WR / Hback
    ********
    I agree with the Pryor part.

  • http://Heismantrophy.com Mr. Heisman Lombardi

    Time to bounce. Sorry Pryor Brigade. That sucked.

  • SpudRaider

    Zymurge

    The same Ford that made two nice catch and runs for McGloin tonight?
    ********************
    Yea and dropped a three yard pass. I admit was slightly low, but catchable, on a 3rd down to stall the drive.

    Sorry Moore & Jacoby didn’t impress me at all.

  • the famous dr robert

    Dakota Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:28 pm
    the famous dr robert Says:
    August 29th, 2013 at 10:25 pm

    Good thing Flynn is the starter.

    And a top ten one at that.
    ++++++

    Pryor isn’t good, but you are nuts for saying that. He would be the 4th best starter in his division.
    ********
    He’s better than rivers. Watch.

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    Hats off to Manelik Watson. Thats a fine chap right there.

    2 practices, no training camp and he MAN’d up. He is a brawler.. he is gonna be a good one. CHEERS WATSON