Should be traded, released, or find a new position because YOU believe Matt Mcgloin is the answer? The Raider organization (which knows mcgloin and pryor better than us)doesn't feel the same way, which is why the Raider organization, (I.E. Mark Davis, Reggie Mckenzie, Dennis Allen, and Greg Olsen) are attending the Pro Days of all the top rated QB's? Why are the Raiders so actively pursing a trade for a QB that's owed over $35 million on his contract $10 million of which is guaranteed if Mcgloin is ready now? The former being somewhat normal considering the #5 pick, but the latter is a true indication that the Raiders are not comfortable having either Pryor or Mcgloin under center this year. The entire NFL world expects us to draft a QB at #5 because no one feels Pryor or Mcgloin are the answer. But what has mcgloin done to make Pryor irrelevant? When did this become a forgone conclusion that Mcgloin was the better QB of the two? When did it become a smart idea to give up on a QB who hasn't even played a full season and has shown flashes of incredible potential? How did matt mcgloin going 1-5 with 4 fumbles and 8 interceptions in 6 games effectively end Pryor's career? If anything you guys should be talking about an incredible camp battle between two young players, but the truth is you're afraid mcgloin will lose the competition so you want to get rid of everyone that plays the position so he can have it by default. But I don't blame you guys, you should be scared, Matt Mcgloin has lost virtually every camp battle in his college and pro career to this point, and has only gotten on the field due to injuries to the starting Quarterbacks. If the Raiders successfully bring in Schaub, mcgloin won't see the field unless Schaub gets hurt, pryor will play regardless, he has his own package to utilize his unique skill set, but mcgloin will be holding a clipboard and like some of you he'll be hoping for the worst for Schaub.