The Facts: Despite being limited today and for the foreseeable future by a still-tender ankle, Pryor says he hasn’t felt this good since his breakout year in Cleveland two years ago. “I don’t ever want to see the days I saw last year (in Washington). ... I want to be dominant.”
Diehards Line: Pryor tallied a mere 240 receiving yards with one touchdown in nine appearances (two starts) with the Redskins last year. Cleary not what the Redskins -- or fantasy owners -- were looking for. But Pryor was terrific for the Browns during that breakout, 1,000-yard 2016 season he mentioned. As ESPN.com's Rich Cimini recent noted, the Jets have three big-bodied wideouts in Pryor (6-4), Robby Anderson (6-3) and Quincy Enunwa (6-2). They also have Jermaine Kearse (6-1). According to Cimini, new OC Jeremy Bates needs big targets to run his West Coast offense, which relies on yards after the catch -- and now he has them. Remember: Pryor blames his health for the lousy showing in Washington. We'll all find out soon enough if that indeed was the case.