Impressive stuff from quarterback Terrelle Pryor in his second NFL start. After an early pick, he rebounded and gave the Oakland Raiders a lead in the second half.
Not surprisingly, it has been Pryor's rushing prowess — surpassing the 100-yard mark on the ground — that has been the biggest thorn in the Colts' sides defensively.
Although Pryor didn't make a first down on this 5-yard rush in the third quarter, coming up a yard short, it did set up a field goal to cut the Colts' lead to 14-10.
But what was also notable about the play: Pryor absolutely smashed one of the sideline officials who looked to be about triple Pryor's age.