Terrelle Pryor Should Give Up Dream of Playing Quarterback, Switch Positions

There are 13 comments on the Aug 24, 2012, BleacherReport story titled Terrelle Pryor Should Give Up Dream of Playing Quarterback, Switch Positions. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

Terrelle Pryor is still convinced he can be an NFL quarterback, but after watching him this preseason I'm convinced the Ohio State product needs to switch positions.

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“PLAY TO WIN”

Since: Jul 09

OG, "so cal."

#23 Aug 28, 2012
v young may be done but pryor is young! i still got hope for him being that he is on this team. other wise i would just wish him luck. sometimes it may just have to do with now playing in the nfl, being somewhat of a rookie and coaching! pryor is all that right now and i doubt oakland will release him now specially after his last performance. AND, see how he does against the sea.ocks! but if pryor puts up anpother performance like he did with the lions? watch-out!
RAIDERS 2012!!!

“TROJANS READY TO RESTORE ORDER”

Since: Jul 10

San Marino, CA

#24 Aug 28, 2012
RAIDER MISTERIO OG wrote:
v young may be done but pryor is young! i still got hope for him being that he is on this team. other wise i would just wish him luck. sometimes it may just have to do with now playing in the nfl, being somewhat of a rookie and coaching! pryor is all that right now and i doubt oakland will release him now specially after his last performance. AND, see how he does against the sea.ocks! but if pryor puts up anpother performance like he did with the lions? watch-out!
RAIDERS 2012!!!
What guarantee switching positions will do anything for him. he was and will remain a limited intelligence choke!
Casual Observer

United States

#25 Aug 28, 2012
Chosen Traveler wrote:
<quoted text>What guarantee switching positions will do anything for him. he was and will remain a limited intelligence choke!
Eh, we shall see. By the way, congrats on you Trojans ACTUALLY being able to play for something this year. Unlike they were able to do until this year. Wonder how Reggie is doing now?

“TROJANS READY TO RESTORE ORDER”

Since: Jul 10

San Marino, CA

#26 Aug 28, 2012
Casual Observer wrote:
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Eh, we shall see. By the way, congrats on you Trojans ACTUALLY being able to play for something this year. Unlike they were able to do until this year. Wonder how Reggie is doing now?
When mere mortal teams would have folded, USC went 18-6 during our two years on probation. All the wannabe teams out there WISH they could have put out a record like that! Sanctions? What sanctions! And your wonder for Reggie is deeper then mine... HaHa

USC - WHERE THE WINNERS COME TO WIN!
Casual Observer

United States

#27 Aug 28, 2012
Chosen Traveler wrote:
<quoted text>When mere mortal teams would have folded, USC went 18-6 during our two years on probation. All the wannabe teams out there WISH they could have put out a record like that! Sanctions? What sanctions! And your wonder for Reggie is deeper then mine... HaHa
USC - WHERE THE WINNERS COME TO WIN!
LOL, you have be there, your favorite program did well with the hand they were dealt with.

Still not sure where your ill will toward Pryor comes from. I'll just say neither program involved is entirely innocent,(as most aren't) whether caught red handed or not. Pryor should've extended his career in college to further his chances in the NFL, but things didn't work out, so to speak. He really didn't have much of a choice.


Still feel he'll get his chance. He does still need allot of work on passing his passing development, reading defenses etc. We'll see where it goes.
Coaching

United States

#28 Aug 29, 2012
Casual Observer wrote:
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He does still need allot of work on passing his passing development, reading defenses etc.
Yep....

“TROJANS READY TO RESTORE ORDER”

Since: Jul 10

San Marino, CA

#29 Aug 29, 2012
Casual Observer wrote:
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LOL, you have be there, your favorite program did well with the hand they were dealt with.
Still not sure where your ill will toward Pryor comes from. I'll just say neither program involved is entirely innocent,(as most aren't) whether caught red handed or not. Pryor should've extended his career in college to further his chances in the NFL, but things didn't work out, so to speak. He really didn't have much of a choice.
Still feel he'll get his chance. He does still need allot of work on passing his passing development, reading defenses etc. We'll see where it goes.
There were a lot of haters from Ohio State a few years back when USC was first hit with sanctions. They boasted how we were cheaters, would fall apart, Barkley would transfer out, a Pryor at 50% was better then Barkley, you know crap like that.

So funny now only a couple years removed and USC is going to make a run for the National Championship, Barkley is the front runner for the Heisman while Ohio State got slapped for their own cover up about things they were not supposed to do, they lost their coach over it and the over-hyped Pryor is now Carson Palmers water boy! HaHa

“PLAY TO WIN”

Since: Jul 09

OG, "so cal."

#30 Aug 29, 2012
alright alright, college is one thing nfl is another. i love usc myself but these guys that come from college ar just hoing for the best. one shot at the nfl. it doesn't matter how good they were or what college they came from.. they're in the nfl now! so as far as pryor goes, just ecause heis on my team, i hope he does great!if he was on any other team, i really wouldn't care. but for now? i care! he showed signs of going nowhere cause he really hasn't had the chance to. but these preseason games? yeah, he showed a spark. and hopefully down the line he starts a fire with what he's shown so far. does he need a lot of work? yes he does! does he need to get cut from the team? not without giving him more time to show everything he has and can be at an nfl level.
finders keepers ;)
RAIDERS 2012!!!
Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#31 Aug 30, 2012
Coaching wrote:
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Yep....
Maybe the plan would be for him to throw a deep ball knowing it would get picked off then he would sprint after the defender in hopes of ripping the ball out of his hands and having the play result in positive yards and a first down.

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young

Kansas City, MO

#32 Aug 30, 2012
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TeINT

United States

#33 Aug 30, 2012
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe the plan would be for him to throw a deep ball knowing it would get picked off then he would sprint after the defender in hopes of ripping the ball out of his hands and having the play result in positive yards and a first down.
BRILLIANT
Isnt hat a Rex Ryan play book for Teblow?
Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#34 Aug 30, 2012
TeINT wrote:
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Isnt hat a Rex Ryan play book for Teblow?
Sparano stole it when DJ Williams was tweeting out plays
Deal a Meal

United States

#35 Aug 30, 2012
Stole it or ate it...

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