Irvin notched five tackles (three solo) during Saturday's wild-card loss to the Texans. Irvin and fellow pass-rusher Khalil Mack were unable to get to the quarterback in what turns out to be the Raiders' lone playoff tilt. The 29-year-old veteran has three years remaining on his contract with Oakland, so he'll look to start for the Raiders at outside linebacker again in 2017.
Irvin notched five tackles and forced a fumble during Sunday's regular season finale against the Broncos. Irvin finished his 2016 campaign with a career-high 57 tackles to go along with seven sacks, one pass defensed, and six forced fumbles. The pass-rushing duo of Irvin and Khalil Mack wreaked havoc on opposing quarterbacks, combining for 18 sacks and a whopping 11 forced fumbles between the two. They'll look to put pressure on Houston this Saturday in their wild-card matchup.
Irvin racked up six tackles (five solo), two sacks, and a forced fumble during Sunday's win over the Chargers. Irvin has been a menace in recent weeks with five sacks and 28 total tackles in the Raiders' past five contests after a relatively slow start to the season. He'll look to ride this momentum into Week 16's matchup against the Colts.
Irvin notched five tackles (four solo) and one sack during Sunday's win over the Bills. Irvin now has a sack in each of the Raiders' last three games after a bit of a dry spell during the middle on the season. Irvin along with defensive end Khalil Mack are wreaking havoc on opposing offensive lines, and they'll look to make it happen again next week versus the Chiefs.
Irvin tied for a team-high with 10 tackles (nine solo) to go along with one sack in Monday's win over the Texans. Irvin stepped up big for the Raiders' defense as they won their eighth game of the season. The outside linebacker recorded his season-high in tackles by far, with six more than his previous best of four. He also picked up his third sack this year, which will hopefully give him momentum heading into next week's tilt against the Panthers.