That's exactly how it went down in McGloin's first NFL start. The undrafted rookie exceeded expectations with a strong arm, command of the offense and a veteran's savvy in the pocket.
The Raiderswere "intrigued" by McGloin even while Pryor was playing well early in the season, Rapoport reported on Monday's edition of NFL Network's "NFL Total Access." NFL Media columnist Michael Silver said on the show that he expects the Raiders to stick with the "hot hand" at QB. McGloin got the game ball for Sunday's win.