Oakland Raiders

Carr’s record day saves Raiders from themselves in overtime win against Bucs

Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (4) hugs wide receiver Seth Roberts after Roberts scored on a 41-yard touchdown reception from Carr on fourth down late in overtime Sunday in Tampa, Fla. The Raiders won the game 30-24.
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (4) hugs wide receiver Seth Roberts after Roberts scored on a 41-yard touchdown reception from Carr on fourth down late in overtime Sunday in Tampa, Fla. The Raiders won the game 30-24. The Associated Press

A statistical look at Oakland’s 30-24 overtime victory over host Tampa Bay:

0-3: Tampa Bay’s record at home this season.

2: Sacks by Oakland’s Khalil Mack.

4: Touchdown passes by Raiders quarterback Derek Carr.

4: Career touchdowns by Raiders offensive lineman Donald Penn.

5-0: The Raiders’ record on the road.

6: Consecutive overtime games Oakland has won.

6-2: The Raiders’ overall record.

17: Touchdown passes this season by Carr, who has thrown just three interceptions.

23: NFL-record of penalties called against the Raiders.

40: Completions by Carr in 59 attempts.

85: Number of plays Tampa Bay’s defense was on the field.

173: Yards receiving by the Raiders’ Amari, who caught 12 passes. Cooper has topped the 100-yard mark in four of the Raiders’ eight games.

200: Penalty yards assessed against the Raiders.

270: Season-low yards allowed by Oakland’s defense.

513: Carr’s franchise-record passing yards. Carr broke a 52-year-old record set by Cotton Davidson.

626: Total yardage amassed by Oakland’s offense.

1977: The last time the Raiders opened a season with five consecutive road victories.

2000: The last time the Raiders scored a touchdown in overtime.

2001: The last time the Raiders were 6-2.

The box score

Compiled by Stu Rosenberg

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