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Carr also was sacked four times and fumbled a snap that led to a Kansas City touchdown. The rookie is not a good fantasy option.
Carr's passer rating of 140.2 was by far his best of the season. Despite his impressive day, fantasy owners would be wise to avoid the rookie in next week's showdown at Kansas City.
Carr was pulled for Matt Schaub, but with the season already a wash, it's likely he won't lose his starting job because he's the younger of the two QBs.
Carr is nothing more than an emergency QB in deeper fantasy leagues, so don't get excited because he hasn't thrown a pick in two games.
Carr doesn't have much fantasy value unless you are in a deeper league that starts two QBs.
It remains a learning experience for Carr, who is nothing more than a low-level bye week replacement for fantasy owners.
His 54 attempts resulted in 34 completions and 328 yards - all career-highs. Still, Carr and the Raiders were unable to secure their first victory.
Carr left Oakland's most recent game two weeks ago against Miami, but was able to practice this week and got the start on Sunday.
Carr practiced on a limited basis Monday and his status for the upcoming exhibition game in Green Bay on Friday night remains a question. Carr got hurt in the fourth quarter last Friday against Detroit when he was hit from behind by Larry Webster.