While there is no doubt about the improvement Terrelle Pryor has shown as a passer this season the Raiders quarterback is not satisfied.

Pryor said Wednesday he will use Oakland's time off during its bye next week to go to Los Angeles to work again with alternative quarterback guru Tom House.

And Pryor is using Tim Tebow to whom his skill set and throwing motion have been compared as a cautionary tale of sorts. Tebow also worked with House a baseball pitching coach at USC who has tutored the likes of Tom Brady Drew Brees and Carson Palmer.

"He said [Tebow] was ready to go" after working with him Pryor said recalling a conversation with House.

"Tebow looked great he was throwing the ball great wasn't missing anything. Then they said he went to [training] camp and when he went back he reverted back to himself because [that's] when the bullets are flying at you."

New England cut Tebow before the regular season and he is currently out of work. As such Pryor said he worried about a similar regression.

"I hope when I get the rushers people are rushing me I hope I don't go back to the old thing" Pryor recalled himself thinking.

He has not. At least not yet.

Consider: Pryor has completed 72.7 percent of his passes inside the pocket the fourth-best such mark in the NFL ahead of Brees Matt Ryan and Aaron Rodgers according to ESPN Stats & Information.

So yes it appears as though Pryor whose running ability defenses must also account for has evolved as a passer.

"I'm very proud of that" he said. "I'm very locked in. That's definitely something I'm proud of.

"It's a nonstop progression. It doesn't really catch me by surprise that it's happening."

Raiders coach Dennis Allen acknowledged that Pryor's mobility and ability to extend plays have helped a makeshift offensive line.