He's thrown a variety of balls to his receivers and a yards-per-attempt of 7.6 is pretty good. He's added 56 yards on six carries. Even more shocking may be that the Raiders have not allowed a sack in the first half.
Fantasy impact: Perhaps no team caught more criticism than the Raiders this preseason. They have one of the worst lines in the league and Pryor's complement of receivers is sub par to say the least. He's going to have his bad days, but he's off to a good start.
The Colts D isn't that great and they have a weak pass rush. That said, Pryor's running ability gives him some upside and he can serve as a high-upside QB2 with his running prowess.
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