OAKLAND, California – Derek Carr is not the one who usually deals with game officials. On that occasion, however, the quarterback of Oakland Raiders was muted.
Carr had just dropped his second interception in the third quarter of the Raiders' defeat against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday when a flag flew in, it would be for a defensive mishandling after Oakland receiver Ryan Grant of Tyrann Mathieu, the security officer of Kansas City, was kicked off the line before Charvarius Ward caught the pass intended for Grant, did not he?
No. Grant was called for offensive mishaps, and the Chiefs refused the punishment.
"The second interception will blow me away forever," Carr said. They said he was blocking, so I asked the man, "Sir, why should I throw the ball if he blocks?"
"It was an insulting pass sentence. And he had no answer and just walked away. I do not know what to do in that sense. We have the coverage we want, we have the exact look, I throw it where I should throw it, and they attack our receiver – but it's a punishment for us. This changes the result of a football game. That can not happen. That makes me crazy. When this happens, I get a little angry.
It was the second consecutive series ended by a Carr plectrum after dropping a jump ball on the one-yard goal for Tyrell Williams and was pulled in by Bashaud Breeland in the end zone (it was the third option) It was a weird pattern, "said Raiders coach Jon Gruden," I have never had an offensive pass disorder aimed at a slant, but we did it today and this also had an effect on us. "
However, it was not all bad for Carr that day when he overtook the late Hall of Famer Ken Stabler to become the absolute leader in passing after throwing for the Raiders Touchdown and two interceptions against the Chiefs were thrown at a 23-of-38 pass 198 yards, at a Stabler pass 19,078 yards or Oakland.