In what seems to be a weekly installment of players we’ve overlooked this season, here we are again with a sensation coming from the lowly Cleveland Browns.
Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has morphed into quite the utility player in the pros. The 27-year-old has seen action at quarterback, running back, and mainly wide receiver this season, producing excellent results for the most part.
This past week against the New York Jets, he was matched up against Darrelle Revis and was still targeted 13 times, recording six catches for 101 yards and a two-point conversion. Pryor is a bright spot in the ugliness that is the Cleveland Browns and has become a player most owners must start on a weekly basis.
With very enticing defensive matchups awaiting the Browns the rest of the way, look for Pryor to continue producing at successful rates.