Jon Becker

  • Gdog

    The coaching staff obviously doesn’t believe in Pryor any more than YOU do. And Reggie didn’t bring in anyone better.

    And you don’t see that as a PROBLEM??

    That is a YOU problem…

  • KoolKell

    I put that dude on my collapse list. Let somebody else argue with him.

  • Gdog

    I will take that bet. Did you get a 4 year college scholarship?

  • Blackholepriest

    I know KK, They hate this black QB running their lil hero outta town…….period

  • seymour bush

    I always love when someone brings up a valid criticism of someone like Pryor, there is no debate, there is just name calling. Some of the things I have said about Pryor: “He doesn’t know how to throw”. Pryor: “I didn’t know how to throw”. He is Throwing back into the teeth of the defense which is QB 101. Gruden: “he has to learn not to throw against his body.” I said His mechanics are terrible. Gannon: “His mechanics are terrible.” Once again, we can listen to one of two camps. Either me and NFL people or you know nothing knuckleheads who immediately start throwing insults.

  • SnBG

    You’re issue here Priest and Kell is that you can’t take constructive criticism. Kind off like the old days with Al. Al would draft someone and then tout him as the savior without looking at the things that need to be developed.

  • KoolKell

    The Eagles play the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, and for the first time in his fledgling NFL career, Chip Kelly finally will coach a game that features a quarterback who would be ideal for orchestrating a read-option offense.

    Michael Vick’s frame is too frail for the pounding that a mobile quarterback must withstand, and both Nick Foles and Matt Barkley run as if Steve Sabol had trained one of his slo-mo cameras on them and John Facenda were narrating. But the Raiders’ Terrelle Pryor is 6-foot-4 and 233 pounds, and he has completed 63 percent of his passes and rushed for 391 yards this season, including a 93-yard touchdown – another member of this generation of quarterbacks who have the size and speed to destroy opposing defenses with their feet and their arms.

    Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/eagles/20131031_Raiders__Pryor_idea_for_Chip_s_offense.html#lV1gER5YIJ7ZXvtz.99

  • Nick Gancayco

    90% of right handed qbs have trouble with accuracy when moving out of the pocket to the left when under pressure. Same for lefty’s goin to the right.

  • Gdog

    …and the records are online to prove it…

  • SnBG

    The good news for the Raiders is that Pryor clearly has the talent to make better things happen — and all of his deficiencies can be corrected with diligent and time-consuming effort, the sort that he seems to embrace. With his form, it’s a matter of repetitive drills, in and out of season. With the other stuff, it’s a matter of video study. Right now though you can’t count on Pryor to take the team on his shoulders. That’s why the cosev play calling last Sunday. Period.

  • Blackholepriest

    Nuff said KK the opposing coaches are scared to death while these embiciles hate……….period

  • Jon Train

    Wrong. The problem is the outliers…the ones who only criticize (vaild or otherwise) and the ones who only praise (valid or otherwise). The truth is in the middle.

  • RediaR

    I haven’t read many comments here today, but this my early favorite for dumbest post of the day.

  • seymour bush

    I don’t know if my records are online to prove it. I never looked.

  • Blackholepriest

    Looking forward to tonites game. Dubs gonna light it up…….period

    Adios!

  • KoolKell

    That offense is tailor-made for Terrelle,” said Ray Reitz, who coached Pryor at Jeannette High School in Western Pennsylvania. “He can run. He can throw. He’s big and strong. He’s the total package. I think he’d flourish in that offense.”
    Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/eagles/20131031_Raiders__Pryor_idea_for_Chip_s_offense.html#OUTRUm3mBJEJekZp.99

  • _Mista_

    The first thing you said today that isn’t stupid as he||……period

  • SnBG

    Very weak arguement.

  • KoolKell

    Pryor was a sight to see at Jeannette, a two-sport star and the top football recruit in the country, a target of Joe Paterno and Penn State who instead ended up choosing Ohio State. To maximize the amount of time Pryor had the football in his hands, Reitz installed a shotgun-based offense, similar to the one Kelly was using at the time as the University of Oregon’s offensive coordinator.
    Five times, Kelly flew cross-country on recruiting visits to watch Pryor play basketball and try to coax him to the West Coast. Pryor said Wednesday that the prospect of playing in Oregon’s offense excited him and that he enjoyed Kelly’s positive demeanor and passion for football. But Kelly could not persuade him to go to school so far from home.

    Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/eagles/20131031_Raiders__Pryor_idea_for_Chip_s_offense.html#OUTRUm3mBJEJekZp.99

  • seymour bush

    Excellent point.

  • Jon Train

    I disagree with ultraconservative playcalling but ur right.

    Is he the long term answer? Nobody knows. Nor should they pretend to. I’m just enjoying the ride.

  • _Mista_

    KK Munster, imagine if a Rep pres completely ruined our HC system and then outsourced a 600 mil website to Canada that doesn’t work.

    Imagine the outrage by the left…

  • Gdog

    Didn’t Gannon just say he is our best player lately?

  • SnBG

    I hear you. I don’t like ultra consev calling either but some times that’s the way to go. It was a good job of the coaches to be flexible enough to adjust.

  • RediaR

    Oddly enough it was right after saying he has horrible footwork.

  • Jon Train

    Imagine a two party system that keeps money and power in the hands of a selected few and tricks millions of morons to vote against their own self interest.

  • The Beeeeech Dawg

    Old Troll this is one spectacular cut & paste meltdown. You must’ve put your underwear on backwards again.

  • _Mista_

    I agree.

  • RediaR

    and yet…

  • SnBG

    Excellent point. I agree.

  • Gdog

    I would call it lazy more than horrible.

  • Jon Train

    exactly.

  • RediaR

    Are you suggesting we should have sold high on a trade of Pryor to the Eagles so he could reunite with the coach that tried so hard to land him a few years ago?

  • _Mista_

    KK Munster, remember candidate Hussein telling us how Romney & Reps outsource jobs?

    Me too, then he outsources his HC website to Canada for a slim 600mil, funny that marxist hypocrite is eh?

  • RediaR

    Whether it’s laziness, ignorance or an inability to move his feet in such a manor the result is the same. Horrible.

  • RediaR

    Just admit you have no idea what Marxism is and move on.

  • RediaR

    Leave it to Mista to make it a fight.

  • SnBG

    Pryor may be great or maybe good or may bust. We don’t know yet. I’m for him but I can see where he needs to get better. Look at the elte QB’s. They can throw, move around in the pocket and read D’s. Look at Rogers, that guy is so accurate and can run. When Pryor gets to that level then we can say he is a great QB.

  • Nick Gancayco

    Nice. Where did u play? I played two yrs football and ran track at a jc then took a track scholarship to cal poly but walked on to the football team after my trackeligibility was up an made it. Got in a car accident tho so never got to play. But made the team after taking two yrs off i was pretty impressed with myself.

  • Jon Train

    LOL…So funny. Yet so sad.

  • KoolKell

    I pasted an interesting piece.

  • RaiderDebo

    Lol! Great article about the most overrated stat and overrated player in the NFL.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/10/30/matt-ryan-may-have-had-the-worst-300-yard-game-ever/

  • Nick Gancayco

    I like giwnu added that too. If u cant google it it most likely didnt happen. Especially something like that.

  • SnBG

    Repubic hairs and conservatism is what’s holding this country back. Can’t even admit that there’s global warming. Get you’re heads outa you’re arses.

  • Jon Train

    Oh but it does. Nice edit though.

  • SnBG

    THE recent implosion of the conservative movement is one of the great puzzles of American political history. Four years ago the Republican Party was in charge of the White House and both chambers of Congress. Today the party is locked out of power in Washington entirely, confused about its future and dominated by its know-nothing fringe. Get you’re head out of you’re arses and maybe you could do something good in the world.

  • SnBG

    Conservatives continue to produce a great deal of sound and fury. But they signify nothing. They are locked in the past: obsessed by problems that the rest of the country has gone beyond (such as gay marriage) and incapable of offering solutions to real calamities, such as the recent economic crisis. As policymakers struggled to save the economy from collapse earlier this year, conservative activists railed irrelevantly about “liberal fascism”.

  • seymour bush

    The conservatives are ruining the country and very shortly it will be the fringe conservatives against everyone else in the nation. Of note, a recent report by economists noted that the Sept 11 attack caused approximately $23B in damage to the US economy. The most recent shutdown of the government caused about $24B in damage to the economy. It is arguable that the conservatives are more damaging to the American economy than terrorists.

  • seymour bush

    Marxism? That idiot Jamista Clown doesn’t even know what soap is.

  • RealTruRaider

    Yep, only took 8 weeks for them to change it up a bit, lol