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Tuesday, October 25, 2016, 8:08pm
Terrelle Pryor was determined to do everything in his power to play against the Bengals after a hamstring injury limited him all week in practice.
As it turns out, the Browns wide receiver was able to suit up Sunday for a 31-17 loss in which Pryor playfully outlined how head coach Hue Jackson and the staff almost had to restrain him from taking more snaps than his less-than-healthy body could handle.
“There’s a bunch of times where I ran out there and coach was like, ‘Get back in here!’” Pryor said, laughing. “I get into the competing with the guys so I really wanted to get out there and compete and try and help the guys, but what was best for the future weeks coming ahead was that I didn't play that much and run a lot so I thank coach Jackson for thinking of me individually like that, but I just tried to get out there and help as much as I could."
Pryor, who described himself as “80 percent,” was limited to 31 snaps, catching two passes for 18 yards in a game that watched Cleveland’s offense struggle to keep pace with a Bengals unit that totaled 559 yards. The story quoted Pryor as saying this week he expects the injury to be better.
Posted by Jordan Heck
Friday, October 21, 2016 - 9:24am
Week 7 vs. Cincinnati
Terrelle Pryor had a monster performance last week, catching nine passes for 75 yards and two touchdowns. He also had a rushing attempt in his fourth consecutive game. Pryor is the only real offensive weapon for the Browns, and his transition to receiver has been a success.
Pryor gets a decent matchup this week against the Bengals, and should continue to see targets in this poor offense. The only issue with Pryor is that he's missed practice this week, and could play limited snaps. Assuming he plays, he'll be a low-end WR2 or WR3.
2016 Strength of Schedule - CLE
Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.
2016 Game Stats
|Per game||5.00||61.57||0.43||9.00||12.31||1.14||3.00||0.14||0||2.63||57.86/66.00||87.27% |
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