By Josh Dhani

I wrote an article just yesterday detailing the Oakland Raiders quarterback situation, and why they should go ahead and start Terrelle Pryor over Matt Flynn for the upcoming NFL season.

Now it looks like that may becoming a reality.

According to CSN Bay Area, Pryor took the first reps with the Raiders starting offense in practice Sunday. Pryor played outstanding in Saturday's preseason game versus the Chicago Bears, helping close the gap of a 27-0 deficit to just 27-20 afterwards when he was in.

During that preseason game, Matt Flynn was booed off the field after having a terrible performance, going 3-of-6 with two interceptions and a 17.4 QB rating. Flynn was brought in from the get-go by Oakland to be the starting quarterback, but it looks like he's in for a deja-vu situation like it was last year with the Seattle Seahawks when he lost the starting job to Russell Wilson.

It looks like Raiders players may be rooting for Pryor to win, who clearly looks like the better fit for Oakland's offense thanks to his skill set and his ability to move in, out and around the pocket, which is a huge plus considering how atrocious the Raiders offensive line is.

Pryor has a major ceiling on him and boatloads of potential; and it looks like Raiders head coach Dennis Allen sees that.

Don't be surprised come September when the Raiders open up the regular season with Pryor behind center. 


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