The Raiders haven't turned the lights out on quarterback Terrelle Pryor 's chances of playing Sunday against the Texans, but a finger is on the switch. Pryor was very limited during Friday's practice, and more telling was that backup quarterback Matt McGloin handled all of the snaps with the first-team offense. Head coach Dennis Allen said Pryor "wasn't feeling as good today as he was (Thursday)," but added that Pryor "may feel great tomorrow." Pryor is officially questionable for Week 11.
The Raiders are holding out hope for Pryor -- which tells you something about their opinion of McGloin -- but it feels like wishful thinking at this point. At most, Pryor will be limited in this game, and his valuable legs will not be 100 percent. My faith in the Raiders' passing game is at a season low. Rashad Jennings is the only Raider worth fantasy consideration, and the Texans' defense is set up for a big day.