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    He leads the NFL in fumbles since he entered the NFL in 2014.

    In the Raiders’ final 11 games this season, Carr had 16 turnovers and accounted for just 12 touchdowns.

    QB Derek Carr went 4-17 in the red zone on Saturday.

    Derek Carr's red zone passer rating rank by season for #Raiders:
    2014: 10th of 33 qualifiers
    2015: 30th of 35
    2016: 18th of 30
    2017: 23rd of 32
    2018: 21st of 33
    2019: 15th of 32
    2020: 18th of 35
    2021: 23rd of 31

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    Quote Originally Posted by mstrbass2000 View Post
    He leads the NFL in fumbles since he entered the NFL in 2014.

    In the Raiders’ final 11 games this season, Carr had 16 turnovers and accounted for just 12 touchdowns.

    QB Derek Carr went 4-17 in the red zone on Saturday.

    Derek Carr's red zone passer rating rank by season for #Raiders:
    2014: 10th of 33 qualifiers
    2015: 30th of 35
    2016: 18th of 30
    2017: 23rd of 32
    2018: 21st of 33
    2019: 15th of 32
    2020: 18th of 35
    2021: 23rd of 31
    I think it’s time to move on from Carr, but don’t think it will happen next season.

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    The only way I want Carr on this roster to start the season is if Devante Adams is brought in

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    Would rather have Rodgers and Adam’s then carr and Adam’s and it’s not even close

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    Quote Originally Posted by illusin View Post
    Would rather have Rodgers and Adam’s then carr and Adam’s and it’s not even close

    Yeah me too, but don’t think it will ever happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by illusin View Post
    Would rather have Rodgers and Adam’s then carr and Adam’s and it’s not even close
    you are talking about 60 million dollars or more on the payroll if they come...

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    But he threw for all of those yards! But he's among the Raiders leaders in yards passing!

    That's what the Carr apologists have to say.

    We point to his win-loss record.

    His lack of TD passes in a passing league.

    His number of turnovers.

    His play in cold weather and when games mean the most -- at the end of the season, not in September and October.

    The ONLY way I would keep Carr is if he signs a cap-friendly, "game manager" type of contract, which would allow us to build an elite roster around him. I'm thinking $15 million per year, maybe $20 million -- TOPS.

    He is not worth a cent more. He is not an elite QB. He's a system QB.

    Sorry, Derek.

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    Im torn...
    If you give Carr a true #1 WR and
    get a good RT and RG, I think you stick with Carr.
    Also ONLY if you can ink him for under 30mil a year. More like 25mil is fair. Give him a 2 year extension and if he doesnt bring us far into playoffs next year with the true #1 WR and a real solid RT and RG, then you trade him and move on.. make the contract easy for you to trade him if there isnt a huge improvement in Red Zone production, minimalizing fumbles / turnovers...

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    This doesn't have to be the year he is gone. Hold a year, upgrade around him and if he still can get it after that, let him go. Unless someone is giving us over trade value now, I don't think we need to get rid of him. I am not sold in him as our savior, but he can manage if we build around him. Regardless, I am a Raiders fan and always will be. I haven't agreed with most shit they do, won't stop me from being a fan for life.

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