Pryor completed 21-of-38 passes for 207 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in Sunday's 34-14 loss to Denver. He also rushed for 49 yards on nine carries and lost a fumble.
Pryor did not lead Oakland to the end zone until the fourth quarter, when he hooked up with Rod Streater for a 14-yard touchdown. Both that score and the touchdown he threw to Nick Kasa in the final minute of the game were completed long after the game had been decided. His season was largely derailed by a knee injury, which caused him to lose the starting job to rookie Matt McGloin. Pryor finished the year with 1,798 yards passing, seven touchdowns and 18 turnovers.
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