Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor not afraid to show emotions.
Pryor was not supposed to be the starting quarterback for the Raiders, but he is. The Raiders were supposed to get crushed by the Indianapolis Colts (they lost, but were not crushed), and he was not expected to play well.
But he did. In fact he played very well completing 65 percent of his passes for 217 yards and adding another 112 yards on the ground—a new single game record for a Raiders quarterback.
So why was he crying after the game?
SI reporter Robert Klemko tweeted after the game that Pryor was crying when he stopped by someone’s locker. The player tried to perk him up by telling him he had a great game, but he wasn’t concerned about that.
The man had a long run to get where he is so if he is a little emotional after losing a close game that’s okay.