In what was supposed to be a dreary matchup of two of the league's worst teams Sunday's Raiders-Jaguars game should be a rather exciting affair. Terrelle Pryor won the Oakland starting quarterback job during the preseason and his play-making ability last week has fans excited. Sunday's home opener is sold out.

Pryor said he will "feed off" the crowd's "electricity" and his coaches and teammates hope to feed off his energy to even their record at 1-1.

In the 21-17 loss to the Colts Pryor threw two interceptions but he became the seventh NFL quarterback since 1960 to pass for 200 yards and run for 100 in a game. Besides running for first downs Pryor bought time in the pocket until receivers broke open.

The receivers running backs and offensive linemen know that the plays last longer with Pryor back there instead of Matt Flynn who lost the job with a terrible third preseason game.

"It's a different mind-set for everybody and every position" Raiders offensive coordinator Greg Olson said. "Where's he going to be? He's not a pocket drop-back passer. That's not his game and we certainly don't want that to become his game right now.

"As athletic as he is we embellish and appreciate that part of Terrelle Pryor. Everyone is on their toes. When he does create it creates excitement. I think the players feed off of it as much as the fans do."

Pryor doesn't always know what he's going to do so how can defenses possibly plan for that?

"Where it gets into a lot of the exciting stuff is when I take off and start to make a play and that's just reaction" Pryor said. "If nothing's there with the reads just react and go make a play."

Pryor has shown improvement from his first career start last season to his second last Sunday. He has worked on his throwing mechanics and had success throwing hard quick slants last week for first downs and a touchdown to Denarius Moore.