Raiders' good, bad, ugly
Silver & Black Illustrated|November 2020
Raiders' good, bad, ugly
Derek Carr has taken a lot of heat during his time with the Raiders and had to listen to a lot of criticisms from fans and the media following the team’s back-to-back losses.

THE GOOD

• Yet the veteran quarterback is putting together one of the finest seasons of his career and is on pace to throw for 4,600 yards and 35 touchdowns. Carr’s 115.9 rating through five games was borderline brilliant, and he’s completing nearly 74 percent of his throws — not just the dink-and dunks, either. The interception against Kansas City snapped Carr’s streak of 316 consecutive throws without one. Carr also recently surpassed Ken Stabler to become the franchise leader for career touchdown passes.

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November 2020