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The Raiders Plan To Use Terrelle Pryor(Homeless man's Cam) Substantially On Sunday

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So the 4-10 Raiders, with their expensiveveteran quarterback and whiz-kid coach, aren't making the playoffs. At least they're trying something new now. Per Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle, offensive coordinator Greg Knapp plans to deploy third-string quarterback Terrelle Pryor on Sunday in third-down and red zone situations in order to "use his athletic ability."

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He's still in the league?

EDIT: He wants to be so much like Cam he's wearing his shoes hahaha

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Because our defense isn't used to working against a mobile QB...

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our defense will laugh at him because they have to face Cam in practice

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Very smart for teams that are out of the playoff hunt to use backups and see what they have.

Panthers however, will keep starters in the whole game. sigh

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Very smart for teams that are out of the playoff hunt to use backups and see what they have.

Panthers however, will keep starters in the whole game. sigh

Probably because Cam isn't playing like poo.....Palmer is terrible. And Rivera is playing for his job.

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our defense shut down RG3 because they practice every day against the best dual threat QB. Pror poses no threat. Especially since he'll probably throw 3-5 interceptions

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