The Silver and Black acquired the 28-year-old Flynn from the Seattle Seahawks on April 1 in exchange for a fifth-round selection in 2014 and a “conditional” late-round choice in 2015.
“The more throws I watched, the more (Flynn’s) arm strength limitations were evident,” said Jaworski, 62, a 1980 Pro Bowler who played quarterback for four franchises over 16 professional campaigns. “In fact, I was concerned that his few deep balls lost energy at the back end. They had a tendency to die.”
Removed from a 4-12 finish in the AFC West, the Raiders aren’t exactly brimming with offensive talent and Flynn doesn’t possess the type of arm that can compensate for Oakland’s shortcomings.
Flynn and Pryor have a combined three starts and all three competitors are learning a new offensive system.
Therefore, the Raiders will eventually compete with the 23-year-old Wilson.
The 6-foot-2, 215 pound Wilson is tough, poised, accurate and able to throw when pressured.
Thanks to Matt Flynn’s “arm strength limitations,” Tyler Wilson will lead Oakland’s attack before Halloween.by