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Is Raiders’ 15th QB the charm?

By Jerry McDonald - NFL Writer
Saturday, November 16th, 2013 at 3:09 pm in Oakland Raiders.

A list of the 14 starting quarterbacks with win-loss records and percentages in order of appearance since Rich Gannon suffered a career-ending neck injury on Sept. 26, 2004 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers:

Kerry Collins 7-21 .250
Marques Tuiasosopo 0-2 .000
Aaron Brooks 0-8 .000
Andrew Walter 2-7 .222
Josh McCown 2-7 .222
Daunte Culpepper 2-4 .333
JaMarcus Russell 7-18 .280
Bruce Gradkowski 3-5 .375
Charlie Frye 1-2 .333
Jason Campbell 11-7 .611
Kyle Boller 0-1 .000
Carson Palmer 8-16 .333
Terrelle Pryor 3-6 .333
Matt Flynn 0-1 .000

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  • SnBG

    Pror can’t throw and now can’t run. He’s toast. Thank god we have a load of good QBs in next years draft.

  • Rick Worth

    Play like Campbell conservative

  • rifflicks

    keep posting the same stupidity and you’ll get the same responses

  • Raider O

    How can he? According to you we have a bad OL. He needs “time and space”.

  • Rico Stifler

    No, even McGloin’s college coaches have praised him for how smart he is… you never heard that from pryor’s coaches….

  • Rick Worth

    Saving him for the playoffs someone said

  • 1960AutumnWind

    “Mark” McGloin is an unknown. We have seen Pryor over the last four weeks get 1 TD and 8 interceptions and have a 46 passer rating. Jamarcus was better than that! We are just hoping for something better at this point. Have no idea how he will do but probably not that well.

  • Rico Stifler

    No, he needs to stay on the bench. Take his football away too before he turns it over….

  • RaidO

    You have no credibility on this blog and rarely talk football

  • Dakota

    puzzies!

  • RaidO

    You zero credibility so shut up

  • rifflicks

    thanks for making my point

  • 1960AutumnWind

    Honestly this sounds a lot like an analysis for Jason Campbell – especially the ball fakes stuff.

  • rifflicks

    he threw that TD pass to Butler at least 30 yards on a rope and in stride…..I have no idea who wrote that scouting report

  • Rico Stifler

    he has more than you two douches…….

  • SnBG

    That’s OK, Campbell is better than Pryor.

  • Rico Stifler

    he makes more sense than you and your pryor spunk-gargling…

  • 1960AutumnWind

    Campbell according to the article above is the only Raider QB with a winning record with the Raiders since Gannon!!! He was very effective in the role we had him in. Loved JC killed me when he got the broken collar bone.

  • Rico Stifler

    yeah, I was hoping that we’d re-sign in the offseason….

  • RaiderGuy50

    Agree- our playoff chances that season went down w him too

  • the legendary dr robert

    new post

  • 1960AutumnWind

    Some more scouting on McGloin

    McGloin actually thinks he has a strong arm and one scout said he really did not throw it long at Penn State (was not asked to). Another said that the dropping off passes were a result of when he did not step into throws while scrambling.
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    03/16/2013 – McGloin hopes his smarts get him NFL tryout…McGloin went from a walk-on out of West Scranton High School to the starting quarterback at Penn State and helped lead the Nittany Lions to a 8-4 season in Bill O’Brien’s first year as the head coach. Now, all McGloin is hoping for is a chance to get in a NFL camp and prove he belongs. He took the first step on Monday performing in front of representatives from 25 teams at Penn State’s pro day. “I thought I did the drills well and ran well,” McGloin said. “My mechanics looked good and I threw some nice balls. I am my own worst critic. I just have to be patient and wait it out.”

    While he believes getting drafted is a long shot, McGloin believes some of his advantages are having a strong arm, his ability to throw the deep ball and having played a season under O’Brien, who brought the New England Patriots offense to Penn State. “I am definitely a cerebral quarterback,” McGloin said. “I’ll get in the playbook and check in and out of the right plays. My goal is to get in a camp and grasp the system. The feedback has been good. They all have enough film on me and they have seen what I have done in person. It is out of my hands and I have no control over what goes on.” – Steve Bennett, The Citizens Voice

  • W.J

    When I re-uped with the changing of the site they logged me in as WJ. Was Logic82. Still, I know I mentioned it at least a couple of times.