With that being said, let’s look back at some of the most telling numbers for the Silver and Black in 2015.
7: Wins the team notched, their most since 2011.
3,987: Yards quarterback
6: Games that Carr threw for at least 300 yards.
32: Passing touchdowns thrown by Carr, the second most in franchise history behind just Daryle Lamonica’s in 1969.
1,070: Receiving yards for rookie wide receiver
85: Receptions for wide receiver
26: Passes defensed by cornerback
14: Players who tallied at least one sack for the Raiders’ defense.
15: Sacks recorded by defensive
5: Sacks Mack recorded in the team’s Week 14 matchup with the Denver Broncos, which tied a franchise record set by Howie Long on October 2, 1983.
39: Offensive plays that gained 25-or-more yards, which ranked tenth in the NFL.
13: Touchdown passes of 25-or-more yards, tied for the most in the NFL.
305.9: Yards allowed per game by the Silver and Black’s defense from Weeks 11-17, which ranked seventh in the league during that stretch.
14: Players that caught a pass from a Raiders’ quarterback in 2015.
10: Players that a caught a touchdown pass this season, tying a franchise record shared by the 1983 and 1960 Raiders.