Terrell Pryor at Wide Receiver

Hue Jackson has a little bit of Al Davis in him. What I mean by that is Hue is not afraid to take chances. He goes for on fourth downs, attempts 60+ yard field goals and is not concerned about running a double reverse four times in one game. So why wouldn’t Hue try something like playing Terrell Pryor at an “H” back position or even wide receiver.

We all have seen Pryor’s skill set. The kid can run and has a great arm. Pryor may not be the sharpest tool in the shed but the guy is an “athlete” in the true sense of the word. We have seen Pryor in very few packages (mostly option/wild cat packages). Why is he sitting on the bench? I’m not saying Pryor need to take Carson Palmer’s place! No way! Hue needs to get him some opportunities to see what he can do. With half of our skill players in hoodies on the side lines, why not? We need a spark somewhere!

While I’m on the subject, why doesn’t Hue try Marcel Reece at running back? He’s faster then Michael Bush, more agile and a play maker. The temperamental Bush has looked slow and un-inspired the last three games. Bush can even play the role of full back hammer!

These are just random thoughts for the Raider Nation to ponder. We need to use the entire tool box. We need to leave it all on the field and keep the benches clear of talent sitting with cob webs. Time to get creative Hue! Remember Tom Cable was fired after a extraordinary 8-8 season!

GO RAIDERS!

Greg Simon
JBB Staff Writer
@simonizr

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  • cehjr3h

    Pryor is a quarter back, that’s where he should be played then you would have a genuine excuse for the under/over thrown balls, also an excuse for the interceptions and last but not least an excuse for losing, and all the while he would be getting much needed experince.

  • cehjr3h

    Pryor is a quarter back, that’s where he should be played then you would have a genuine excuse for the under/over thrown balls, also an excuse for the interceptions and last but not least an excuse for losing, and all the while he would be getting much needed experince.

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