I have no interested in seeing Pryor take the field this season, but he doesn't need to, so I don't know why everyone is so quick to disregard him. He has time to get better and he has the drive and resources as well. He'll get his shot in due time and he has incredible physical gifts. I happen to believe QB is a cerebral position, but I don't know that he can't succeed.
Give him time to mature as a backup. Worked pretty well for two other athletic QBs -- Steve Young and Aaron Rodgers
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