Matt McGloin, Terrelle Pryor may be trading places, fantasy depth charts could be altering

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The Raiders quarterback put together a surprising performance in Week 11 that could get him another look in Week 12. We break down the fantasy implications.

Oakland Raiders quarterback Matt McGloin was spotted working with the first team in practice ahead of teammate Terrelle Pryor (knee), according to areport by Comcast Sportsnet's Scott Blair.

Fantasy Impact: McGloin impressed last week, throwing three touchdown passes. Coming into the season, McGloin's abilities weren't fully known as Matt Flynn and Pryor were duking it out for the starter's role in the pre-season.

Pryor is hurt no doubt, but it's looking like McGloin is getting another shot. He was really stable against the Houston Texans last week and Pryor has had his struggles over the last month.

Both of these quarterbacks are in play in deeper leagues but right now its tough to say which one of them has the edge down the stretch from a fantasy perspective.

Since Pryor has a larger body of work based on this season, he may still have the edge, but one or two more good showings from McGloin could put him in Nick Foles territory given the importance of the team's upcoming games.

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