Terrelle Pryor offers a peek of his potential with performances against NFC East
Newly acquired Washington Redskins WR Terrelle Pryor tested himself against all three of his new NFC East rivals last year. Even with a revolving door at quarterback in Cleveland, Pryor had strong showings against the Eagles, Cowboys and Giants.
- Pryor signed a one-year contract with Washington in an effort to replace the receiving talents of Pierre Garcon (85.8 overall grade, 8th ranked receiver in the NFL) and DeSean Jackson (77.0 – 36th).
- Against Dallas, Pryor earned an overall grade of 75.3, and graded higher than both Redskins’ Pierre Garcon (62.2) and DeSean Jackson (68.7) did in the same game (at home against Dallas).
- His biggest game against the division came at home against the New York Giants, where he caught 6-of-12 targets for 131 yards. He finished with an average of 21.8 yards per reception, 2.62 yards per route run and an overall grade of 72.5.
- Pryor won his matchup with Giants CB Eli Apple. He snagged 2-of-6 targets against Apple, for 63 of his 131 yards and Browns QB Josh McCown saw a passer rating of 109.72 throwing to him with Apple in primary coverage.