Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen publicly acknowledged that quarterback Matt Flynn didn't play well during their 24-14 loss to the Washington Redskins. "Look, Matt didn't play well, and we've gotta move on. We've got to get better than that." Terrelle Pryor (concussion) should be ready to play in Week 5. Allen also added that he "feels good" about Pryor's chances to play.
Pryor cleared the NFL's battery of post-concussion tests, but suffered a small setback Saturday that kept him out of the game against Washington. Despite so-so passing numbers (624 yards, two TDs and two INTs), Pryor's rushing totals (198 yards) have kept him afloat as a low-end QB2. Losing RB Darren McFadden for a still to be determined number of games would negatively impact the Raiders' offense. Pryor has a favorable matchup against San Diego's below-average defense in Week 5.