Terrelle Pryor Breaks Oakland Raider Rushing Record for a Quarterback

By Jason Priestas on September 9, 2013 at 9:21a

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buckeyefanatic's picture

In my NFL survivor pool, I had the Steelers winning as my lock of the week.  At the last minute I got nervous and switched to Indy over Oakland.  It looked like TP was going to make me pay!

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4thandinches's picture

He had a great game. I just hope he's not like Newton who has a great first year, the defense figures him out the next, and he becomes subpar. 

I wasn't born a Buckeye but I became one as fast as I could. 

gwright78's picture

112 yards leads the league? Wow, this really IS a passing league.

gravey's picture

I watched most of the game.  He was the same old Terrelle; stunning athlete, capable of keeping a lousy offense in the game, capable of throwing it away in the same series.  I'm still rooting for him.

OSU069's picture

Damn Laron Landry is a pretty physical and strong safety and he just threw him aside like a rag doll.

buckeyefanatic's picture

That will be the last time he grabs for the pads to make a tackle on TP.

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Young_Turk's picture

He looks like one of those dogs with an itchy butt.  


IBleedSandG's picture

Sports Science needs to do a stiff-arm study between TP and Beanie and see whose was more powerful. My bet is TP.


Hovenaut's picture

Had to endure watching Laron Landry attempt needless high tackle after needless high tackle in D.C. for five frustrating years.

Thank you Terrelle Pryor, thank you very much.

Kurt's picture

I'll be the first to say it: Scary to think about what Urban and Tom Herman would've accomplished with TP.

HighBallAce's picture

My gawd he made that safety look like a little kid....lol

ABrown07's picture

He's a great athlete and can do anything he wants. Hopefully the right QB coach will come along and will get his whole game right.

I don't like nice people. I like tough, honest people.

-Woody Hayes

OurHonorDefend09's picture

Hopefully, someone will fix his throwing mechanics.

Don't give up... Don't ever give up.

hspbuy1's picture

Just like his OSU days, He's fun to watch!


northcampus's picture

He's a perfect fit for the Raiders organization because he isn't a media darling and all he has done is win his entire life.  
He may have done some dumb things at OSU off the field, but he definitely gave fans something to cheer about while on the field.  I hope he does well in the league.  Who cares if his throwing motion is horrible.  If he uses his legs well and stays within 20 yards for the majority of his pass attempts, he'll be okay.

OSU069's picture

I don't think his throwing motion looks horrible when he fully extends his follow through. There are times when he short arms it and throws it straight at the ground. I think if he can get that fixed he will be a pretty good passer.

Gulfstreambuckeye's picture

His passing has greatly improved. Much more accurate.

Sometimes you're flush and sometimes you're bust...but life goes on.