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Raiders career leader update, week 17

And so the curtain falls on another brutal season of Raiders football. As much as I'd like to forget about the last four months, I still have more work to do. I'll be taking a look at the 2013 Oakland season from the perspective of all position groups, but not for another week or two.

Until then, it's time to take one last look at where the team's weekly stats leaders now sit on Oakland's all-time career and season rankings.

(* denotes the player who climbed the highest number of spots.)

All stats are provided by Pro Football Reference.

QB

Terrelle Pryor

Game line: 21 for 38, 207 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs.

Season totals: 156 for 272, 1,798 yards, 7 TDs, 11 INTs. Pryor ends the season ranked #44 (#52 last week) on the Raiders' all-time list.

Raiders career totals: 170 for 302, 1,953 yards, 9 TDs, 12, INTs. Pryor is now the #18 Raiders QB in career yardage. This week's performance put him ahead of Andrew Walter and behind Bruce Gradkowski.

RB

Rashad Jennings

Game line: 9 rush yards, 0 TDs.

Season totals: 733 rush yards, 6 TDs. Jennings ends the season ranked #41 (#42 last week).

Raiders career totals: 733 rush yards, 6 TDs. Jennings is now the #29 ranked RB (#30 last week) of all-time for yardage, just barely edging out Eric Dickerson.

WR/TE (top 2)

Denarius Moore*

Game line: 4 catches for 63 yards, 0 TDs.

Season totals: 46 catches for 695 yards, 5 TDs. Moore finishes the year with the #71 season in team history (#86 last week). He failed to match his yardage total from last year (741).

Raiders career totals: 130 catches for 2,054 yards, 17 TDs. Moore is now the #23-ranked Raiders receiver in franchise history (#24 last week). He passed by Ethan Horton this week.

Rod Streater

Game line: 5 catches for 40 yards, 1 TD.

Season totals: 60 catches for 888 yards, 4 TDs. Streater's 2013 season was the #36th ranked one in team history (#43 last week).

Raiders career totals: 99 catches for 1,472 yards, 7 TDs. Streater now occupies the #32 spot on the all-time Raiders receiving list (#34 last week). He is less than 100 yards away from passing Randy Moss as the next wideout on the list.

K

Sebastian Janikowski

Game line: 0 FGs, 2 PATs, 2 points.

Season totals: 21 FGs, 37 PATs, 100 points. Jano finishes the year in the #19 spot, tied with Chris Bahr (1984 & '85) and George Blanda (1973).

Raiders career totals: 345 FGs, 454 PATs, 1,489 points. Still #1 all-time. Janikowski remains in the #19 spot on the NFL's all-time scoring list, 66 points behind Olindo Mare.

DEF

Sacks: Charles Woodson, Lamarr Houston, and Sio Moore (1.0 each).

Woodson earned his second sack of the year and now has 7.5 as a Raider (tied with Trace Armstrong at #44). Houston picked up his team-leading sixth sack of the year, and has 16.5 for his Raiders career (#21). Rookie Sio Moore finishes 2013 with 4.5 sacks, which also puts him at #65 on the team's all-time list.

Interceptions: None.

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