Carr completed 13 of 25 passes for 169 yards in Sunday's loss to the Lions. He added eight yards on two carries and fumbled during the game. Sunday was Carr's first game since Week 1 without a touchdown pass. He was likewise limited to his lowest totals in attempts, completions and yardage since Week 1, all against a Detroit defense that came into Sunday's game ranked sixth worst in the league in yards per attempt and pass plays over 20 yards surrendered. Seeing as how Carr entered Sunday with multiple touchdown passes in seven of his last eight games and five games of 300 yards or more, fantasy owners should feel comfortable with the notion that Sunday's game was a slip-up and that Carr's rise up the fantasy ladder should continue.
Carr completed 29-of-43 passes for 302 yards, with two touchdowns and pair of interceptions, in Sunday's 30-14 loss to Minnesota. He also ran two times for 12 yards. Carr had solid statistical game, but couldn't come up with a big play in a crucial moment, throwing an end zone interception late in the game with the Vikings trailing by nine points. He had a shot for a garbage touchdown in the final minute, but was unable to covert from the red zone. Despite the loss, it's been a productive season for the second-year signal caller, and he'll look to get back on track next week in a favorable matchup at Detroit.
Carr completed 24 of 44 passes for 301 yards, including four touchdowns and one interception in Sunday's loss to the Steelers. The second-year quarterback had another spectacular performance on Sunday as he led the Raiders' up and down the field from start to finish. In his last three games Carr has thrown 11 touchdown passes to just one interception which has catapulted him into the high-end QB1 category. With 19 touchdowns and just four interceptions on the year, Carr is having one of most successful breakout seasons of anyone in the league. The Raiders head home to play the Vikings in Week 10, and Carr should be in your starting lineup.
Carr completed 23-of-36 passes for 333 yards and four touchdowns in Sunday's win over the Jets. Carr picked apart a very stingy Jets' defense on Sunday as the Raiders rolled to an easy 34-20 win in Oakland. The second-year pro has thrown 15 touchdowns on the year to just three interceptions, and he's quickly becoming a top-end fantasy option as his position. The Raiders get a matchup with the Steelers in Pittsburgh next week and Carr should be in your starting lineup if you own him.
Carr completed 24-of-31 passes for three touchdowns and no interceptions in Sunday's win over the Chargers. Carr was absolutely shredding the Chargers' defense during the first half as the Raiders built a 30-6 lead entering halftime. He didn't get to throw much late in the game, as they just tried to run the ball and chew some clock. The second-year quarterback has thrown seven touchdowns in the last three games to just two interceptions, and he seems to get more comfortable every week. The Raiders get a tough matchup at home against the Jets next week, who enter with the leagues best scoring defense. Carr will be a lower-end QB1 in that matchup, but should continue to put up solid numbers moving forward with a plethora of weapons around him.
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