Raiders career leader update, week 11

In posting their first November win since a week 12 home game against the Bears in 2011, Oakland put together a solid game against a reeling Texans squad. Let's see how the team leaders for the game now stack up on Oakland's all-time stats lists.

All stats are provided by Pro Football Reference.


Enter Matt McGloin - the man, the myth, the Ginger Ninja. The undrafted rookie made his first start and second appearance ever, and looked impressive. He now has 284 career passing yards, which vaults him more than 10 spots into the #38 all-time position. He needs 14 more yards to pass little-known Chon Gallegos, who picked up 298 yards for the '62 Raiders in his only pro season. His three pass TDs are tied all-time with Andrew Walter, Rick Mirer, Aaron Brooks, and David Humm.

McGloin's 284 yards in 2013 put him barely in the team's top 100, at #96. He needs just two more passing yards to surpass George Blanda's 1967 total, in a year when Blanda was the team's starting place kicker (as well as Daryle Lamonica's backup).


With Darren McFadden sidelined yet again, Rashad Jennings stepped in for a huge day - 150 yards and a score. He now has 480 yards for his career, good for #42 on the all-time list and up from #53 last week. He passed a bunch of quarterbacks on the way (Davidson, Plunkett, Evans, and Schroeder) and now sits five yards behind Harold Hart. Hart was mostly a kick returner for Oakland, but did see some decent backup time as a runner in 1974 and '75.

Jennings' 480 yards for the year is the #85-ranked season in Raiders history. Six more yards and he'll be tied with Clarence Davis' 1975 total. Davis was the team's third-leading rusher in '75.


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

Rod Streater had the team's biggest day receiving against Houston, with 84 yards and one TD. He now has 1,091 yards for his career, which puts him at the #44 spot. He now sits ahead of Daryl Hobbs and just 16 yards behind backfield threat Napolean Kaufman. Tight end Mychal Rivera was again the #2 receiver, with 54 yards and a score. He has 250 yards for his Raiders career, which is tied for #109 with fullback Justin Griffith.

Streater has caught for 507 yards this year, good for #131 on the franchise list and just one yard behind Willie Gault's 1992 total. Rivera (250 yards) is at the #249 spot (30 better than last week), right next to former TE Doug Jolley's 2003 campaign.


Just four PATs for all-time Raider scoring king Sebastian Janikowski, giving him 1,445 points for his career. He has 56 points this year, vaulting him to the #87 seasonal spot. He needs three points to pass the 58 that WR Jerry Porter scored in 2002.

Seabass still trails the Jets' Pat Leahy for the #20 spot in all-time league scoring. He now needs 25 points to tie Leahy.


Oakland got one sack each from Lamarr Houston and Kevin Burnett, as well as one interception by Nick Roach. Houston has 15.5 for the Raiders all-time (tied at #23 with Matt Shaughnessy), while Burnett doubled his career total and has 2 (tied with about 20 other Raiders).

This is Roach's first career interception for Oakland, tied with a host of other Raiders.


Up next is a home game against the 4-6 Tennessee Titans.

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