Here are how some current Raiders now stack up on the team's all-time stat lists after week 9. If this interests anyone else I can do more in later weeks. Or I'll just do it anyway if I'm bored.
All stats are provided by Pro Football Reference.
Terrelle Pryor is now #21 in career passing yards (1,592), moving past Todd Marinovich and trailing Donald Hollas (1,754 yds.) His career passing TD total of 7 is tied for #22 with Mike Rae and Wade Wilson.
His total of 1,437 passing yards this year is good for #58, ahead of Cotton Davidson's 1963 season and behind Jim Plunkett's 1984 season. Note that Plunkett only played in 8 games in '84. TP has thrown five touchdowns this season, the same as Babe Parilli ('60), Daunte Culpepper ('07), Todd Marinovich ('92), Bruce Gradkowski ('10), Dan Pastorini ('80), and Vince Evans ('87).
Darren McFadden squeaked past Tyrone Wheatley to take the #8 spot in all-time rushing yards (3,686), while Rashad Jennings is at #62 with 242 yards. DMC is tied for #9 on the TD list with Marv Hubbard at 22 scores.
McFadden has rushed for 352 yards this season, good for #91 all-time and more than 100 yards less than Pryor. Jennings has 242 yards (#149).
(Rather than review every wideout, I'll just focus on the top two for the week.)
Rod Streater's 98 yards puts him at 1,001 for his career, good for #49 all-time. He passes Bob Moore (981 yds.) and trails Pete Banaszak (1,022 yds.). Denarius Moore gained 82 yards against Philly, putting him at 1,872 for his career. That's good for #26 all-time, ahead of Bo Roberson (1,834 yds.) and behind Charlie Garner (1,905 yds.).
Streater's season totals of 417 yards gives him the #187 best season, trailing Steve Smith ('92). Moore's 618 yards is good for #148, one spot behind James Jett's 771 yards in 1993.
Sebastian Janikowski scored eight points against the Eagles, giving him 1,433 for his career and 44 this year. Seabass is #1 on the all-time scoring list by an insane margin, and his season total is tied with Bo Roberson ('62) and Harvey Williams ('94).
Oakland got one sack each from Jack Crawford and Nick Roach. It was Crawford's first sack ever and Roach's second as a Raider, so as you might guess they're rather low on the all-time team list.
There were no interceptions recorded in week 9.