Imagine Even Royster had a bunch of 20+ yard runs that put us inside the 10, but someone else usually scored. Maybe Clark or Suhey run it in, or Clark throws TD's. Even though Royster wasn't actually scoring, if he had enough long runs that set up scores, he would deserve the OPYA.
Well, if your willing to think outside the box & not be so closed minded about it ... you'd realize, with all his interceptions and fumbles, how many scores Pryor is setting up. Why should it be limited to someone who only generates offensive scores for his own team? I haven't looked at the statistics, but it seems like Pryor is really doing his part to help the other teams get a lot of points. Shouldn't that count?