Philadelphia Eagles defenders stack up Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden (20) in the first quarter of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 3,
Philadelphia Eagles defenders stack up Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden (20) in the first quarter of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013, at O.co Coliseum in Oakland, Calif. (D. Ross Cameron/Bay Area News Group)

OAKLAND -- Quarterback Terrelle Pryor and running back Darren McFadden did not finish a 49-20 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, and coach Dennis Allen said their availability for practice this week was not known.

Pryor left because of a right-knee injury after he fell awkwardly on a fourth-quarter scramble at O.co Coliseum. McFadden carried five times for 12 yards but left in the second quarter with a hamstring strain.

"I have to look at it tomorrow, but it's stable," Pryor said. "Nothing's wobbly or anything like that. It was just precaution. Nine minutes left in the game. We were losing.''

Allen said the decision already had been made to play Matt McGloin at quarterback, and he didn't learn of Pryor's knee injury until after the game was over.

Pryor piled up big numbers (288 yards passing, 94 yards rushing), but in the first half when the Eagles were piling up points, he was unable to find open receivers if the first option was covered.

Pryor has one touchdown pass and seven interceptions in his past three games. He also has 256 yards rushing in those games and has 485 yards on the season. The rushing record for a Raiders quarterback is 529 yards by Rich Gannon in 2000.

"I just have to make plays and help the team, help the offense," Pryor said. "It's a group effort. I think we made a lot of plays. We just didn't make enough."


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McFadden, who already has missed one game with a hamstring strain, said, "I'm doing all right, just kind of down about the game. I tweaked my hamstring a little bit, and I'm just trying to ride with it, come in tomorrow and see what the trainers say."

Allen said: "I thought Rashad Jennings did a great job when Darren went down. ... Other guys are going to have to step up.''

Jennings had 102 yards on 15 carries, his first 100-yard rushing game since gaining 108 yards in the 2010 regular-season finale for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Other players who came out of the game with injuries were wide receiver Rod Streater (hip), linebacker Kaluka Maiava (hip) and tackle Matt McCants (foot).

  • Free safety Charles Woodson expects the Raiders will be hearing a lot about the Eagles result after all the good press that resulted from two wins in the previous three games.

    "We'll have to hear about it all week long," Woodson said. "They'll keep replaying this game, so we're going to take a beating, and we've got to stand up and accept it for what it is but understand that the season does go on and we have to go to work this week and prepare ourselves to make a long road trip out East and try to bounce back.''

    The Raiders, 0-3 away from O.co Coliseum, are on the road four of the next five games. They visit the New York Giants on Sunday, then travel to Houston on Nov. 17. After hosting Tennessee on Nov. 24, they visit Dallas on Thanksgiving (Nov. 28) and are at the New York Jets on Dec. 8.

  • Players who made their Raiders debuts were offensive tackle Menelik Watson, McGloin and linebacker Martez Wilson.

    Watson entered late in the second quarter when McCants left with a foot injury. McGloin was 7 of 15 for 87 yards after subbing for the injured Pryor.

    Wide receiver Juron Criner was active for the first time this season with Andre Holmes inactive because of a hamstring strain. Criner caught three passes for 32 yards.

  • The six players who have thrown for seven touchdown passes in a game other than Foles are Peyton Manning, Joe Kapp, Sid Luckman, Adrian Burk, George Blanda and Y.A. Tittle.

  • Former Raiders punter Ray Guy lit the pregame torch in honor of late owner Al Davis.

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