Raiders QB situation makes game plan tougher
Your Friday morning open thread:
The winless Redskins’ might be getting the break they need.
Oakland’s starting quarterback, Terrelle Pryor, probably won’t suit up Sunday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
“Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor, who suffered a concussion Monday night, is unlikely to play Sunday vs. Washington, per sources,” Schefter tweeted late Thursday.
Pryor, who was limited in practice Thursday, leads all quarterbacks in rushing with 198 yards, including four of 20 or more yards. His backup is 28-year-old Matt Flynn, who has started two NFL games and has been beaten out in successive training camps by Russell Wilson and Pryor.