In his first full season as a wide receiver last year, Terrelle Pryor caught 77 passes for 1,007 yards for the Browns.
After signing a one-year, $6 million contract with Washington in the offseason, the former Raiders quarterback was expected to put up big numbers with Kirk Cousins throwing him the ball.
But through two games, Pryor has caught just eight passes for 97 yards.
He's not worried though. In fact, he's proclaiming that he will begin his return to form this weekend against his first team.
"I am going to have a dominant season and it starts this week against Oakland," Pryor told The Athletic on Wednesday.
Kickoff between the Raiders and Washington is set for 5:30pm PT Sunday on NBC.
Just got off phone with Terrelle Pryor. Doesn't really want to treat Raiders game any differently "but that's the team that drafted me."— Vic Tafur (@VicTafur) September 20, 2017