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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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  • rifflicks

    no the other team has to stay on the bus foe Pryor to be effective

  • the legendary dr robert

    pryor is a 69 rated passer.

    see the light.

  • Rico Stifler

    The offseason is when the playbook is implemented. When the regular season starts, they don’t have time for that anymore. they spend the week gameplanning for the next game.

  • Rico Stifler

    Nooooooo…. too many pop ups and mad malware…

    I use vipbox.tv and never have a problem anymore with that crap…

  • rifflicks

    they gameplan for the next opponent with plays from the PLAYBOOK and practice them during the week

  • Rick Worth

    I’m starting to realize that Pryor isn’t the answer I guess

  • https://twitter.com/MimiPeepeechimi Just Fire Baby

    Raiders have a major, big-boy primetime Turkey Day game coming up, and I am sure Mark doesn’t want to be embarrassed. McGloin will get a chance to show he can throw more than 1 TD pass a month.

  • rifflicks

    as John McClain would say….”Welcome to the party pal”

  • SnBG

    R/O smoption. Teams have been catching Pryor on the edges all day long and they know he can’t pass so they dare him to do it. R/O doesn’t work anymore with Pryor in the game.

  • Rick Worth

    Good point

  • RaidO

    The Raiders huddle every damn time. The OC is cluless. Don’t give me that QB crap.. That is coaching and game plan or lack there of

    “We talking about practice not a game”

  • https://twitter.com/MimiPeepeechimi Just Fire Baby

    DirectTV package is only like $250 and if you work from home I am sure you can find a way to write it off (cable bill)on your taxes.

  • the legendary dr robert

    pryor can’t get the play right even when they huddle and u want a hurry up.

  • rifflicks

    I don’t own a TV….refuse to get one ever….the root of stupidity in the world

  • https://twitter.com/MimiPeepeechimi Just Fire Baby

    Pryor is really, really fast. But he doesn’t really break many tackles. He basically dips the shoulder, gets the edge, and angles off OOB on the R/O. Save for the Steelers one run, that has been about it.
    Sometimes it is for 11 yards, sometimes for 2.

  • rifflicks

    thanks I’ll try it….popup suck and never had a problem with Malware

  • https://twitter.com/MimiPeepeechimi Just Fire Baby

    All righty then….

  • Rick Worth

    Too bad!!

  • SnBG

    Exactly. Good point.

  • Rico Stifler

    I live off my disability money, which was just cut by like 100 bucks. Plus, my apt doesn’t allow satellite. Have to get cable…

  • Rick Worth

    Just sick of trying to find a qb

  • https://twitter.com/MimiPeepeechimi Just Fire Baby

    I hate cable. I am sure I got some ability to use my Sunday Ticket thing online. I will look into it, I never use it.

  • rifflicks

    do you actually believe what you post?

  • RTF916

    We had a 3rd and short situation last week and I said in here, “here comes the shotgun”. I wish I weren’t right. Result: 4th and 2.

  • the legendary dr robert

    he really doesn’t understand the game very well.

  • rifflicks

    it’s not your job

  • Rico Stifler

    Plus they have a chantango chat box going on next to the game and you can bullspit with the other people watching the games on the website. lol

  • the legendary dr robert

    man ur stuck on one play.

    pryor is the worst passer in the nfl.

    he’s the problem.

  • Charlie

    Another point to consider regarding McGloin and how he has gotten to this point was the coaching he received form Bill O’ Brien,
    Bill also did some good work with another unheralded college QB named Tom Brady.
    I am not comparing Brady and McGloin in terms of accomplishment but rather some common playing styles and coaching pedigree.
    It is a huge factor when looking at college QB’s and why a guy like a McCarron has a huge edge on some more seemingly athletic options. Playing in a pro style offense for guys like coach Saban is huge in terms of NFL preparation.
    The concern with a guy like McCarron is that he has played behind perhaps the best Oline in the country the last two years which is a big reason for Bama’s success. He would need similar support in the NFL.
    You see many QB’s who have played in the spread or read option programs in college take quite a while to adjust to the pros and some never do.

  • https://twitter.com/MimiPeepeechimi Just Fire Baby

    We convert 3rd and 1 runs, 42% of the time. League wide is under 50%. It is now a passing down.

    http://stats.washingtonpost.com/fb/tmleaders.asp?type=Rushing&range=NFL&rank=016

  • Rico Stifler

    I can’t remember a time before he started whining about that one shotgun play….

  • https://twitter.com/MimiPeepeechimi Just Fire Baby

    OAKLAND RAIDERS ‏@RAIDERS 3m

    Raiders Inactives: QB Terrelle Pryor, RB Darren McFadden, SS Tyvon Branch, CB DJ Hayden, LB Kaluka Maiava, T Matt McCants, WR Juron Criner.

  • RTF916

    If Olson had deferred to your logic on the goal line in our first drive last week, his offense would have had zero touchdowns instead of one.

  • https://twitter.com/MimiPeepeechimi Just Fire Baby

    It wasn’t 3rd down, so no

  • rifflicks

    you’re wasting your time …one track mind

  • RaidO

    Look at the Eagles and that Chip Kelly Offense. They do not do anything out of the ordinary. You could call it vanilla but they have major “TEMPO CONTROL” and that’s whats necessary to run that type of offense and be effective.

    Raiders offense is vanilla and they try similar stuff but they have ZERO tempo control. ZERO

    Coaching…

  • Rick Worth

    That’s right Rriffliks so I’m not going to worry thanks I’m just going to enjoy football today at least USC won

  • the legendary dr robert

    nope. philly sucked until they put in a good passer.

  • Rico Stifler

    Ew… hate USC….

  • Rick Worth

    Your right

  • Rico Stifler

    Philly had one of the worst ranked offenses before Foles took over…

  • Rico Stifler

    But it was a shotgun play!!!!! lol

  • RTF916

    I get the hating Pryor thing. It’s the excitement over Greg Olson and Matt McGloin that kills the credibility of so many Pryor haters. Essentially, they’re convinced Olson/McGloin will be a success because McGloin isn’t Pryor. McGloin can’t run as fast as Pryor, therefore, by default, he must be smarter. It’s right there with the tooth fairy and the easter bunny.

  • DIRT-LOT FOOTBALL

    HAVE WE SEEN THE LAST OF #20 IN A RAIDER UNI ?

  • rifflicks

    it will be interesting to see if McGloin will be given the opportunity to change plays before the snap…..he did at Penn State.

  • Rick Worth

    At least USC is from Cali right that’s a Canadian speaking

  • Rico Stifler

    Hopefully…..

  • RaidO

    It’s Pryor Fault, It’s Flynn’s Fault, It’s Palmer’s fault…
    So easy to keep blaming the QB.

    Just shut the hell up

  • 1960AutumnWind

    Look at following scouting report: When I hear he can’t get the ball down field then hear he was a killer pitcher in High School I see a disconnect. Who exactly did Penn State even have as a down field threat? Most transferred out that year. I guess we will find out in a few hours.

    Matt McGloin

    School: Penn State

    Position: QB

    Bio: Took over the starting job as a senior and threw for 60.5 %/3266 yards/24TDs/5 INTs. Part-time starter the previous two seasons.

    Positive: Accurate-timing passer best in the short and intermediate field. Patient in the pocket, sells ball fakes, and buys as much time as possible for receivers. Sidesteps the blitz, shows the ability to scramble away from the rush, and keeps his eyes downfield. Effectively controls the offense, knows where his receivers are on the field, and goes to secondary targets when necessary.

    Negative: Lacks the big-time arm and the ability to power the ball through the small windows. Ineffective getting the ball downfield, which results in lost opportunities for the offense. Does not consistently follow through over his top foot.

    Analysis: McGloin turned in a terrific senior season, yet has limited physical skills and upside potential for the next level. His best opportunity at the next level is latching on with a West Coast or timing offense.

  • rifflicks

    you kill your own credibility with totally moronic posts