It was a mixed night for Pryor, who showcased his speed and big arm, but was often erratic and hurt by dropped passes from his receivers. His highlight of the evening was a completion on a comeback route to Denarius Moore, and poor tackling allowed the speedy receiver to break free and scamper into the end zone for a 73-yard touchdown.
Pryor also exited a few snaps after taking a hard hit near the goal line, but did not appear to be seriously harmed. Matt Flynn relieved Pryor of his duties just before the two-minute warning in a blowout game.
Fantasy Spin: The pieces are in place for Pryor to put-up a sneaky productive season. His dual-threat nature as well as playing on a team that will be behind for most of the season will only help him pile-up precious garbage time stats, as evidenced by his performance in Denver on Monday night. His fantasy total flirted with the robust 20-point plateau, and with a juicy matchup versus the Redskins in Week Four, don't be surprised if he surpasses it once again.