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date yds
Passing Yards
td
Touchdown Passes
int
Interceptions Thrown
rate
Passer Rating
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jan 7, 2023 0 0 0 0
Jan 1, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 24, 2022 174 1 3 42.2 7
Dec 18, 2022 231 3 1 86.6 25
Dec 8, 2022 137 0 2 36.9 2

Fantasy Stats

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Year yds
Passing Yards
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Touchdown Passes
int
Interceptions Thrown
yds
Rushing Yards
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Rushing Touchdowns
fpts
Fantasy Points
fpts/g
Fantasy Points per Game
2022 3522 24 14 102 25817.2
2021 4804 23 14 108 30217.8
2020 4103 27 9 140 3 32620.4
3y Avg. 4320 24 10 110 2 30919.3
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Fantasy News

  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Bids goodbye to Raiders

    Carr announced Wednesday a decision to leave the Raiders on his official Twitter account. Carr's goodbye message concludes "that fire burning inside of me to win a championship still rages...winning a championship is what I've always wanted and what I will continue to work towards," confirming that the 31-year-old plans to continue his career, albeit with a new team. His announcement comes following a report by Ian Rapoport of NFL Network that the Raiders, who decided to bench Carr in favor of Jarrett Stidham down the final stretch of the 2022 season, have begun exploring his trade market. A number of teams could be interested in the capable veteran signal caller's services this offseason, and Carr's no-trade clause will give him significant input in his ultimate landing spot.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Raiders evaluating trade market

    The Raiders intend to evaluate the trade market for Carr, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Carr, who signed a three-year, $121.5 million contract with Las Vegas last April, stepped away from the team back in December after the decision to move forward with Jarrett Stidham for the final stretch of the 2022 season. Rapoport notes that Carr's contract carries a no-trade clause, which would give him a significant say in any possible destination if he and the Raiders do decide to mutually part ways this offseason. The fact that the team has begun to explore a trade market for Carr could point in that direction.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Stepping away from team

    Carr will step away from the Raiders for the remainder of the regular season in order to avoid being a distraction to the team, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports. Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Carr, who will be replaced as the Raiders' starting quarterback by Jarrett Stidham, isn't slated to participate in practices over the final two weeks and his absence will be listed as "not-injury related" on official injury reports. With Carr slated to be inactive for Weeks 17 and 18, Chase Garbers will be elevated from the practice squad and is set to back up Stidham in games against the 49ers and Chiefs to close out the season.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Will be inactive Week 17

    Carr will be inactive for Sunday's game against the 49ers, with Jarrett Stidham getting the start at quarterback and Chase Garbers in line to be elevated from the practice squad to serve as the backup, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Needing about a dozen games to go their way over the final two weeks to qualify for the playoffs, the Raiders have decided to prioritize evaluation of young players over pursuing their minuscule chances of reaching the postseason. Making Carr inactive down the stretch rather than the No. 2 quarterback ensures he won't have to play and eliminates injury risk -- crucial given the possibility he's traded or released this upcoming offseason. Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports that the Raiders can release him with a dead-cap charge of $5.63 million if they do it within three days of the Super Bowl in February. The Raiders are likely to make the move unless they have a verbal agreement in place to trade him to another team, since a deal can't be made official until the start of the 2023 league year in March.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Benched for final two weeks

    The Raiders will bench Carr in favor of Jarrett Stidham for the final two games of the season, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Carr has taken a step backward under Josh McDaniels' coaching staff, and while Stidham is unlikely to fare any better, the team will take a look at the 26-year-old now that the team's playoff hopes are waning. The 31-year-old Carr is signed with the Raiders through 2025, but on a contract that isn't especially difficult for the team to get out of this offseason. Trade rumors are sure to swirl.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Throws three picks Saturday

    Carr completed 16 of 30 passes for 174 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions while recording three carries for 14 yards during Saturday's 13-10 defeat at Pittsburgh. On a cold and snowy December night, Carr and the Raiders offense found the going tough, despite having all key members of the skill positions available. The quarterback himself now has completed less than 55 percent of his passes in four straight games, resulting in 198 passing yards per game and six touchdowns versus seven interceptions during that stretch. Carr now faces the prospect of the 49ers' top-ranked defense in Week 17 on Sunday, Jan. 1.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: QBs to Sit

    Carr has a terrible history of playing in cold-weather games, and the forecast in Pittsburgh on Saturday night could be under 15 degrees. That's not good. It's also a tough matchup since the Steelers have held five of their past six opposing quarterbacks to 15 Fantasy points or less, which coincides when T.J. Watt returned from his pectoral injury in Week 10. Carr has scored at least 20 Fantasy points in six of his past seven games, so he's doing a good job heading into this matchup, but I expect him to struggle in this cold-weather contest.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Tosses three TDs against Patriots

    Carr completed 20 of 38 passes for 231 yards and three touchdowns with one interception in Sunday's 30-24 win over the Patriots. The quarterback looked good early as the Raiders built a 17-3 lead, hitting Darren Waller and Mack Hollins for second-quarter TDs, but he seemed to flinch late after throwing a pick-six to Kyle Dugger on Las Vegas' first possession of the second half that kicked off a New England comeback. Carr came up big when it counted though, hitting Keelan Cole for a 30-yard score with 32 seconds left to tie the game at 24-24 and set up a wild ending that saw Chandler Jones walk it off with a defensive touchdown. Carr has tossed multiple TDs in six of the last seven games but has thrown at least one INT in four straight, making him a volatile option heading into a Week 16 trip to Pittsburgh.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Getting reinforcements would help Carr's outlook, but it's simply tough to trust Carr coming off of his ugliest game of the season against an improving Patriots defense. Rolling with Carr over Jared Goff or Ryan Tannehill could pay off provided he has his guys back, but quarterbacks like Mike White and Geno Smith deserve the start ahead of him.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: QBs to Sit

    Carr was on a nice roll prior to facing the Rams in Week 14, scoring at least 20 Fantasy points in five games in a row. Then he melted down at Los Angeles with no touchdowns, two interceptions and just 137 passing yards for two Fantasy points. He'll do better than that, but he should still struggle against the Patriots, who allow an average of just 16.5 Fantasy points per game to opposing quarterbacks. If New England can rattle Carr -- the Patriots are No. 2 in the NFL in quarterback pressure rate -- then he should have another rough outing in Week 15.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Underwhelms in upset loss

    Carr completed 11 of 20 passes for 137 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions in the Raiders' 17-16 loss to the Rams on Thursday night. He also rushed four times for 11 yards. Carr's lackluster stat line underscores how difficult a night it was for the Raiders' air attack, with the veteran signal-caller posting his lowest yardage total since Week 8 against the Saints. Carr also failed to throw a touchdown pass for the first time since that outing after subsequently tossing for 11 scores in Weeks 9-13, while his pair of picks pushed his total in that category to five over the last three contests. Carr will have some extra time to get back in sync with his pass catchers and could potentially see both Hunter Renfrow (oblique) and Darren Waller (hamstring) return from injured reserve for a key Week 15 home game against the Patriots.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Carr's been playing great ... okay, fine, Davante Adams has been playing great. That's helped. But it's about the Rams defense going from fabulous to faulty that makes Carr a reasonable starting option. I'd start him over Kirk Cousins, Tom Brady and Mike White.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Tosses three TDs in OT win

    Carr completed 25 of 36 passes for 295 yards and three touchdowns with two interceptions in Sunday's 40-34 overtime win over the Seahawks. He added 10 rushing yards on two carries. Carr tossed multiple picks for the first time since Week 1, but he made up for it with his first three-TD game of the season -- including a game-tying five-yard score to Foster Moreau with just under two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Carr is on a roll, firing multiple touchdowns in four straight games heading into a Week 13 clash with Justin Herbert and the Chargers.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Sleeper QBs

    Carr comes into Week 12 having scored at least 21 Fantasy points in three games in a row, including a season-high 24 points in Week 11 at Denver. He faces the Seahawks this week, who have allowed three of their past four opposing quarterbacks to score at least 20 Fantasy points. Carr is doing what Aaron Rodgers has done for years -- leaning on Davante Adams. I like Carr as a low-end starter in all leagues in this matchup.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Sleepers

    Carr comes into Week 12 having scored at least 21 Fantasy points in three games in a row, including a season-high 24 points in Week 11 at Denver. He faces the Seahawks this week, who have allowed three of their past four opposing quarterbacks to score at least 20 Fantasy points. Carr is doing what Aaron Rodgers has done for years -- leaning on Davante Adams. I like Carr as a low-end starter in all leagues in this matchup.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Dices up Denver in win

    Carr completed 23 of 37 passes for 307 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions in Sunday's 22-16 win over the Broncos. Carr continued to attempt throws at a high volume, as he has now taken to the air at least 36 times in each of his last three games. However, he posted one of his more efficient performances in Sunday's win, highlighted by touchdown throws of 35 and 31 yards to Davante Adams. Carr also managed to top 300 passing yards for the second time this season, powered by a campaign-best seven completions of 20 yards or more. Overall, he's thrown for multiple touchdowns and a minimum of 248 yards in each of the last three weeks.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: QBs to Sit

    Carr has scored at least 21 Fantasy points in consecutive games prior to Week 11, and he's only done that once before this season in Weeks 2-3. Then came Week 4 against Denver, and Carr was held to just 11 Fantasy points. A similar result could happen this week in the rematch with the Broncos, who have allowed just two quarterbacks to score 20 Fantasy points this year and allow an average of 10.2 Fantasy points per game to the position. Carr also has scored 11 Fantasy points or less in three of his past five games against Denver going back to 2020.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Sit 'Em

    Carr has scored at least 21 Fantasy points in consecutive games prior to Week 11, and he's only done that once before this season in Weeks 2-3. Then came Week 4 against Denver, and Carr was held to just 11 Fantasy points. A similar result could happen this week in the rematch with the Broncos, who have allowed just two quarterbacks to score 20 Fantasy points this year and allow an average of 10.2 Fantasy points per game to the position. Carr also has scored 11 Fantasy points or less in three of his past five games against Denver going back to 2020.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: Tosses two TDs in loss

    Carr completed 24 of 38 passes for 248 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 25-20 loss to the Colts. It was a solid showing for Carr, and he even gave the Raiders a lead early in the fourth quarter with a 48-yard TD strike to Davante Adams, but the Las Vegas defense couldn't make it hold up. Carr has a sharp 11:2 TD:INT over eight games since tossing three picks in the season opener, but he faces a tough test in Week 11 against a Broncos defense that held him under 200 yards with zero TDs in their first meeting this year.
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  • Raiders' Derek Carr: QBs to Sit

    Carr scored 22 Fantasy points in Week 9 at Jacksonville, but that's just his second game with more than 15 Fantasy points since Week 3. Even though Indianapolis has been in complete disarray this season, the pass defense has held up, and opposing quarterbacks average just 16.6 Fantasy points per game against the Colts. No quarterback has passed for multiple touchdowns against Indianapolis in five games in a row, and this should be a game where Josh Jacobs gets on track for the Raiders. Carr is only worth starting in Superflex and two-quarterback leagues.
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