Oakland Raiders starting quarterback Derek Carr isn't too worried about personal accomplishments, especially with the team currently sporting a zero in the win column ten games into the 2014 NFL season.
However, despite what has been a trying season for everyone involved with the Raiders, Carr continues to impress in historic fashion.
As Michael Wagaman of ESPN.com points out, "while the 0-10 Raiders stumbled to their latest loss, Carr quietly became only the 12th rookie quarterback in NFL history to pass for more than 2,000 yards in his first 10 games."
Carr has completed 59.8 of his passes for 2,075 yards and 13 touchdowns with nine interceptions.
In passing the 2,000-yard mark through ten games, Carr has thrown for more yardage than any of the three quarterbacks picked ahead of him in the 2014 NFL Draft - Jacksonville's Blake Bortles (1,921 yards), Minnesota's Teddy Bridgewater (1,479), and Cleveland's Johnny Manziel (0).
While some of those yards are partially due to a rushing attack that has been virtually nonexistent this season, the Oakland Raiders still appear to have an absolute gem entrenched at the quarterback position for years to come.
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