Raiders' Terrelle Pryor takes four snaps against Chiefs

Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

The former Ohio State quarterback saw the field for a few plays in the Raiders' 15-0 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.

Terrelle Pryor made his way onto the field for one series in the Oakland Raiders' 15-0 win over their division rival, the Kansas City Chiefs. Pryor came out for the first series of the second quarter and was on the field for four plays and threw just one pass. He handed the ball off to Darren McFadden twice and missed Darrius Heyward-Bey on third down before he came off the field.

Carson Palmer was on the field the rest of the way, even though the Raiders went without a touchdown in their victory over the Chiefs. Although Pryor was brought in to be the starting quarterback for the Raiders, Oakland traded for Palmer last season and since then, Pryor has spent most of his time on the bench. After the game, Pryor said he's actually happy to be studying Palmer on the field.

These are the cards I'm dealt and I love learning from the guy right here. I wouldn’t trade it for anything else. When the time’s right, I’ll be ready. And I just love learning from (Palmer).

The Raiders close out the season with two games on the road against the Carolina Panthers and San Diego Chargers.

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