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Terrelle Pryor blames himself for the Cleveland Browns' struggles

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It is fair to say that the Cleveland Browns haven't exactly had the greatest of seasons so far in 2016. 

Under new head coach Hue Jackson, with former Rookie of the Year Robert Griffin III at quarterback, there was finally some reason to be quietly optimistic in Cleveland. Unfortunately, things unravelled and the Browns have still yet to win all season.

However, there has been one bright spark, the play of quarterback turned wide receiver Terrelle Pryor, who has been incredible. Unfortunately, for some reason, Pryor doesn't see it that way.


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“I could be so much better it’s not even funny,” Pryor said, via

This is coming from a man who has been playing at a near All-Pro and has been completely incredible, dominating nearly every single cornerback he has been faced up with.

Through 12 games, Pryor has 62 receptions for 855 yards and four touchdowns. He’s currently eighth in the NFL in yards, only 60 behind Odell Beckham Jr. 

That's how good Pryor has been. But it still isn't enough for the former Ohio State and Oakland Raiders quarterback.

“Some plays that I’ve missed or some plays that I could’ve made off of that inexperience, I would say, my numbers, I may be over 1,000 [receiving yards] already, way beyond.”

The fact that Pryor has managed to be that good on a team that has used five quarterbacks this season is, quite frankly, ridiculous. 

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