Terrelle Pryor's transition from quarterback to wide receiver has been well documented over his career, and the guy has proven that he has a knack for catching footballs. In one of his latest workout video's that he posted on Twitter, Pryor makes an impressive backhanded, one-handed catch.
If he ever makes a catch like that in a game, he might break the internet.
Pryor figures to be a top option in the Redskins offense next season along with tight end Jordan Reed. Last season with the Browns and with very below-average quarterbacks, Pryor posted 77 catches for 1,007 yards and four touchdowns. There's no telling the numbers he could put up with Kirk Cousins as his quarterback.
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Giants' head coach Ben McAdoo has become a caricature of himself ove the past five weeks as the Giants slipped from bad start to "semi-mobile garbage bin."
But the beleaguered head coach has developed somewhat of a cult celebrity.
So much so that on Thanksgiving night with the Giants at FedFex Field to take on the Redskins in the primetime matchup, one kid had the ingenious idea to dress up as McAdoo.
Not only did the kid dress up like the head coach, but he nailed the look.
Now, Halloween was last month, but we're willing to look past that and give thanks to the creativity of this kid.
Extra pie for him. He earned it.
Playing their second game in five days, the Redskins will be without Trent Williams once again tonight.
Williams headlines the group of inactives, along with tight end Jordan Reed. It will be the third game he's missed this season, after sitting out back-to-back games during Weeks 8 and 9.
Reed hasn't played since the Redskins' against Dallas on October 29th.
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