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|The Redskins are the only team in the NFC East that should take a shot at Terrelle Pryor.|
To add more perspective to this decline, consider that in 2009-10, Pryor had 14 games against teams that ended the season with a winning record. He reached or topped his freshman 8.3 YPA average in only four of those games.
What's even worse about these totals is the fact this wasn't an unknown factor for Pryor last season. He was taken to task for his subpar showings in big games the week before the Wisconsin game, yet still went out and posted an 89.66 passer rating, a total that was easily the lowest of his season and the second-lowest of his career.
Having an exceptionally poor stat line in what may have been the most important game on the Buckeyes' 2010 schedule pretty much ended Pryor's Heisman Trophy candidacy, and called into question his ability to step up during crunch time.
When it is combined with the entirety of his mediocre big-game performances over the past two years, it shows why his best route to landing on an NFL roster may be via changing to the wide receiver position.