The Raiders’ Derek Carr has a TD of 59 and 72 yards in the first half

A two-pass attempt after throwing his first interception since December 1, Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr let it fly into the air in his sinister home.

Carr hit Nelson Aghorl with a 11:58 for a 59-yurt touchdown pass to pull the Raiders within 14-10 of defending Super Bowl champions Kansas City Chiefs in the second quarter.

In fact, it was at Arrowhead Stadium, where Carr was picked up for the last time and was growing to an INT-less streak of 316 passes.

Later in the half, Carr once again went to Henry Ruggles III with a 72-yard touchdown that gave the Raiders a 24-21 lead.

The Raiders have four plays of more than 40 yards since Sunday, the most in the game since 2011. He had a season entering the day.

Carr is 0-6 at Arrowhead Stadium and the Raiders have lost a spot in seven straight.

Aghor’s 59-yard touchdown catch is the fifth 50-yard touchdown reception of his career, and his first since Week 16 of 2018 against Texas.

This is Carr’s 20th career game, tying Hall of Famer Ken Stubler for the most in the history of the Raider franchise.


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