Raiders career leader update, week 10

Even if you suck at math, it shouldn't be too hard to take my posted totals from last week and just add the pitiful totals from yesterday's loss to the Giants. Nevertheless, I'll do it anyway.

All stats are provided by Pro Football Reference.


Terrelle Pryor managed just 122 passing yards against the Giants, which leaves him in the same #21 all-time career spot as last week. His career total of 1,714 yards is now just 40 behind the legendary Donald Hollas for the #20 spot.

For the season, TP has passed for 1,559 yards, which inches him up to the #52 all-time Raiders spot. He now ranks behind Tom Flores' 1965 campaign (1,593 yards), in which he started 11 games.


With Darren McFadden out of action (again), only Rashad Jennings gained any yards from the RB spot. His 88 yards against NY gives him 330 career yards in Oakland (#53 all-time), just ahead of Don Highsmith (320 yds.) and just below Joe Aska (336 yds.) He scored no touchdowns yesterday and still has just one for the year.

Jennings' 2013 rushing season is now ranked at #105 all-time, and he's just eight yards behind Billy Cannon's 1964 total of 338. Cannon was not the lead back in '64, by the way.


(Rather than review every wideout/tight end, I'll just focus on the top two for the week.)

The leading WRs/TEs for week 10 were Denarius Moore (45 yds.) and Mychal Rivera (22 yds.) Moore (1,917 yds.) has inched up one position into the #25 spot all-time, and he is now looking up at Malcolm Barnwell's career total of 1,941 yards. Rivera now has a paltry 196 career reception yards (#119), which is tied with the infamous Javon Walker.

Moore has 558 yards on the season, which puts him at #108. He is nearly 200 yards away from his season-best total of 741 from 2012. (Last week I said he had 618 yards on the season, which was actually his 2011 total. My bad.)

Rivera, the team's leading tight end statistically, is sitting at #279 for Raiders season totals, which is all I care to say about that.


Sebastian Janikowski scored eight points for the second week in a row, upping his team-leading career total to 1,441. He moved past Jim Turner and into the #21 spot for all-time NFL scoring. He's now 29 points behind Pat Leahy for the #20 position.

Janikowski's 52 points in 2013 is ranked #101 for the franchise, with a whole bunch of players tied at 54 points.


Three Raiders notched a QB sack, and there was one interception. In no particular order:

  • Sio Moore had one sack and raised his career total to 3.5 (#74). He is tied with Michael Mitchell (2009-2012) and James Harris (1998-1999).
  • Vance Walker (one sack) now has three sacks as a Raider (#82), the same total as the likes of Jack Squirek and one Reggie McKenzie.
  • Usama Young (one sack) has notched 2.5 sacks in Oakland (#89).
  • Tracy Porter hauled in Oakland's lone interception, and now has two as a Raider (#101). He also scored his first defensive touchdown in Oakland, putting him four behind all-time team leader Terry McDaniel.
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