Dec 19, 2013 8:22 PM by Associated Press
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) - The Oakland Raiders hoped they had the quarterback to build the franchise around after Terrelle Pryor dazzled in a victory over the San Diego Chargers 11 weeks ago that showed flashes of what he could bring as a dual-threat quarterback.
Instead of building on that strong start, Pryor regressed and eventually lost his starting job to undrafted rookie Matt McGloin.
McGloin will make his sixth start of the season on Sunday for the Raiders (4-10) against the Chargers (7-7) and the organization still is searching for the long-term solution at quarterback that has eluded the Raiders since Rich Gannon left almost a decade ago.
Oakland is playing out the string of its 11th straight non-winning season with much of the focus on what they have to build on for the future.
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