Terrelle Pryor had his best showing as a Raiders quarterback against the Lions in Oakland's third preseason game of the year. He was 3 for 5 for 137 yards and had two touchdowns. He also rushed for 90 yards on five carries and got another touchdown on the ground.
Pryor has the potential to be a star in this league, but like head coach Dennis Allen likes to say about most every player, "There is still a lot of work to do." Pryor and the Raider Nation should be excited about his performance against the Lions because this is why he was drafted. Pryor is an electrifying playmaker that can take over a game or change it's outcome with one or two plays.
Can Pryor be the Raiders quarterback of the future? I believe he can if he is patient and works on a few things. Let's take a look at five things he can work on to improve.