Coming into the 2013 NFL season, the Oakland Raiders were prepared to start new comer Matt Flynn at quarterback. With Carson Palmer heading to the Arizona Cardinals and the team pulling the trigger on a deal to bring in Flynn from the Seattle Seahawks, the writing was on the wall in Oakland.
Unfortunately for Flynn, Terrelle Pryor emerged as the best option under center for the Raiders during the preseason. Pryor gave the team a different dynamic at the quarterback position and so far has been able to led the team to two wins in four starts.
Even though Pryor has shown signs of promise this season, the 24-year-old is not content and knows the learning process never stops while playing the quarterback position in the NFL via Scott Bair of CSNBayArea.com: