Carr will remain in Baltimore, where he recorded 56 tackles (50 solo), 12 passes defensed and four interceptions in his first season with the Ravens last year. The 31-year-old cornerback is now scheduled to make $4.5 million next season and will provide the Ravens with some much-needed veteran leadership in the secondary, especially considering Jimmy Smith (Achilles) could miss the beginning of the season.
Carr compiled four solo tackles, one pass breakup and one interception Sunday against the Browns.
Carr logged all 64 defensive snaps Sunday and posted his best outing of the second half of the season. This marks Carr's fourth interception of the season and his first since Week 7 against the Vikings. The Colts will be a difficult Week 16 matchup as they've thrown just nine interceptions all season.
Carr racked up a team-high seven tackles in Thursday's win over the Dolphins.
The veteran corner has picked up 13 tackles over the last two weeks after notching just 15 tackles through his first six outings. Carr also leads the team with three interceptions and is tied with Jimmy Smith for the team-lead in passes defensed with seven. He's a durable corner who is a safe bet to be on the field for the vast majority of Baltimore's defensive plays on a weekly basis, but his tackle numbers won't always be as good as they were Thursday.
Carr had six tackles (five solo) and an interception in Sunday's matchup with the Vikings.
Carr is one interception away from reaching his career high of four interceptions, and it's just seven games into the season. The six tackles he added Sunday were a season high as well, since he normally hovers around three tackles per game. His low tackle counts hurts his IDP value, but Carr is a solid option for daily leagues against risk-taking or inexperienced quarterbacks.
Carr had an interception, four passes defensed, and three tackles in Sunday's win over the Browns.
The veteran has looked impressive through his first two games in Baltimore with two interceptions thus far. According to Pro Football Focus, Carr was targeted 10 times Sunday and allowed just three receptions for 37 yards. Carr is locked into the starting role opposite Jimmy Smith and is clearly playing well enough to limit Baltimore's need to lean on rookie Marlon Humphrey.
|2008||Kansas City Chiefs||16||73||70.0||3||0||2||67||33.5||35||0||6|
|2009||Kansas City Chiefs||16||62||56.0||6||0||1||31||31.0||31||0||19|
|2010||Kansas City Chiefs||16||57||46.0||11||0||1||0||0.0||0||0||25|
|2011||Kansas City Chiefs||16||45||39.0||6||0||4||17||4.2||14||0||15|
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|2008||Kansas City Chiefs||16||0||0||0||0||2||17||2||0|
|2009||Kansas City Chiefs||16||0||0||1||1||1||1||2||0|
|2010||Kansas City Chiefs||16||0||0||0||1||1||23||2||0|
|2011||Kansas City Chiefs||16||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|