When the Seahawks sent a seventh-round pick to the Raiders for quarterback Terrelle Pryor, the first question on many people's minds was whether Pryor would be asked to switch positions.

Yes, he started nine games for Oakland in 2013, but completed just 57 percent of his passes and threw seven touchdowns against 11 interceptions. In starker terms, Pryor was the league's second-worst passer, according to Football Outsiders' QB efficiency metric, ahead of only Brandon Weeden

But any suggestion that Pryor might play anywhere other than under center is misguided; the Seahawks have said as much previously, and so too has Pryor.