Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who has a sprained knee, didn't do much at practice Friday and it looks as though rookie Matt McGloin may get the start against the Texans in Houston on Sunday.

McGloin took all the first-team reps on Friday.

Coach Dennis Allen said Friday that Pryor is "questionable" for Sunday and that the quarterback "wasn't as good today as he was yesterday." Allen and the trainers will look at Pryor again Saturday.

"You never know," Allen said. "(Pryor) may feel great tomorrow. ... We're still preparing him."

McGloin, undrafted out of Penn State, was 7-for-15 for 87 yards in the fourth quarter against the Eagles on Nov. 3 after Pryor left with the banged-up knee.