Derek Carr‘s future with the Raiders continues to be an ongoing discussion, and by his recent efforts, I don’t imagine those talks dying anytime soon.
Jon Gruden, who’s reputation entails a constant obsession with quarterbacks currently find’s himself on the backside of year two with a middle of the pack signal caller. Whether or not Gruden is ready to move off of Carr remains unknown, but ultimately Carr must play better to give the team a greater chance of winning on Sunday’s, as well as retaining his job once the team lands in Las Vegas.
He’ll enter week 15’s game with many evaluations being done whether or not he’s the guy for the Raiders future. Gruden still hasn’t pulled the trigger to draft a quarterback since returning to coaching, but that could come to an end unless Carr starts pulling his weight in a big way.
Carr will face a struggling Jaguars defense who allows an average of 373 yards per game, ranking 23rd in the NFL. For the fans sake, hopefully Carr can give the faithful Raiders fans a solid outing in their final Oakland home game.