Raiders coach Dennis Allen reiterated that he came away impressed with Terrelle Pryor's Week 17 spot start.
"He's obviously somebody that we've got to take account of and know that he's a guy that can create things," said Allen, praising Pryor's athleticism and "playmaking" ability. "His presence on the field was what I thought impressed me the most. The game was not too big for him." Pryor completed 13-of-28 passes for 150 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception against the Chargers, and ran nine times for 49 yards and a third score. He'll likely be Oakland's primary backup behind Carson Palmer in 2013.