Dallas Cowboys’ DeMarcus Ware puts pressure on Oakland Raiders quarterback Matt McGloin at AT&T Stadium on Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013, in Arlington,
Dallas Cowboys' DeMarcus Ware puts pressure on Oakland Raiders quarterback Matt McGloin at AT&T Stadium on Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013, in Arlington, Texas. The Dallas Cowboys defeated the Oakland Raiders, 31-24. (Ron T. Ennis/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT)

ALAMEDA — Raiders coach Dennis Allen said Friday that he intends to stick with Matt McGloin as his starting quarterback for now. However, Allen also wants to get another look at Terrelle Pryor before this season ends.

It's all part of Allen and general manager Reggie McKenzie gathering as much information as possible on their quarterback situation before they head into the offseason.

"I don't think he's done anything to play himself out of that position," Allen said of McGloin.

At the same time, Allen stopped short of anointing McGloin the unquestioned starter the final four games.

Most important, the Raiders need to have a firm grasp on what they have in McGloin and Pryor. To that end, Allen said he wants to see more of Pryor this season, too.

"We need to have a good evaluation of what we have at the quarterback position as we move forward," Allen said. "These last four weeks will be instrumental in us being able to do that."

Next year's NFL draft is regarded as a quarterback-rich one. The Raiders can't afford to overlook that position if they aren't sold on either McGloin or Pryor as the long-term answer at a position that has been unsettled since Rich Gannon retired.

Pryor backed up McGloin the past two games, and he is the only other quarterback on the roster now that the Raiders waived rookie Tyler Wilson, a fourth-round draft pick in April.



ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 28:  Matt McGloin #14 of the Oakland Raiders celebrates after the Raiders scored against the Dallas Cowboys in the second quarter
ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 28: Matt McGloin #14 of the Oakland Raiders celebrates after the Raiders scored against the Dallas Cowboys in the second quarter during a Thanksgiving Day game at AT&T Stadium on November 28, 2013 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)