FanPost

Raiders career leader update, week 14

I used to think that I got depressed at this time of year because of the typical holiday blues. I'm pretty certain now that it's because of the sorry state of the Raiders.

Nevertheless, it's time to recap where the statistical leaders from yesterday's Jets game now sit on Oakland's all-time rankings for seasonal and career totals.

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

All stats are provided by Pro Football Reference.

QB

Matt McGloin

Game line: 18 for 31, 245 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT.

Season totals: 80 for 140, 1,044 yards, 6 TDs, 3 INT. Currently ranked #70 (#76 last week). Needs one passing yard to tie Jim Plunkett's total from 1981, a year he started seven games. McGloin could crack the top 60 with a decent passing day next week.

Raiders career totals: 80 for 140, 1,044 yards, 6 TDs, 3 INT. Currently ranked #28 (#32 last week). McGloin passed the likes of Rusty Hilger and Dan Pastorini yesterday, and now sits a mere 61 yards away from Aaron Brooks.

RB

Marcel Reece

Game line: 123 rush yards, 1 TD.

Season totals: 200 rush yards, 2 TDs. Currently ranked #151 (not listed last week), three yards behind Justin Fargas' 2003 season total. He needs 72 yards to log his best season yet.

Raiders career totals: 705 rush yards, 3 TDs. Currently ranked #30 (not listed last week). Reece needs 24 rush yards to tie Eric Dickerson's total from his one season as an L.A. Raider.

WR/TE (top 2)

Rod Streater

Game line: 7 catches for 130 yards, 1 TD.

Season totals: 50 catches for 787 yards, 3 TDs. Currently ranked #53 (#82 last week), tied with Rickey Dudley's 1997 campaign. With 13 more receiving yards Streater will match Art Powell's 1965 total. He has already moved well past his rookie total of 584 yards and has a realistic shot at Oakland's first 1,000-yard receiving season since Randy Moss did it in 2005.

Raiders career totals: 89 catches for 1,371 yards, 6 TDs. Currently ranked #36 (#40 last week), tied with Louis Murphy. Streater needs 58 yards to tie the next wideout on the career list, James Lofton.

Andre Holmes*

Game line: 3 catches for 63 yards, 0 TDs.

Season totals: 13 catches for 264 yards, 0 TDs. Currently ranked #235 (#279 last week). He's just one yard behind Tim Brown's total from 1990, his first season back after a knee injury.

Raiders career totals: 13 catches for 264 yards, 0 TDs. Currently ranked #107 (#118 last week). He needs 31 yards to match the career total of Mike Alexander, who played just one season as a Raider ('89) and two in the NFL.

K

Sebastian Janikowski

Game line: 2 FGs, 3 PATs, 9 points.

Season totals: 18 FGs, 30 PATs, 84 points. Currently ranked #41 (#48 last week), tied with several other Raiders for points in a season. With one more point he matches Jeff Jaeger's scoring total from 1990.

Career totals: 342 FGs, 447 PATs, 1,473 points. #1 all-time in Raiders history, of course. SeaBass passed Pat Leahy and moved into #20 on the NFL's all-time scoring list. He needs just three points to tie Steve Christie for the #19 spot. He will likely stay in that spot until at least next year.

DEF

Sacks: Brandian Ross (1).

Ross now has two sacks as a Raider, which is of course rather low on the list.

Interceptions: Kevin Burnett (1).

Yesterday's interception was the first for Burnett as a Raider, and the fifth of his nine-year career.

X
Log In Sign Up

forgot?
Log In Sign Up

Forgot password?

We'll email you a reset link.

If you signed up using a 3rd party account like Facebook or Twitter, please login with it instead.

Forgot password?

Try another email?

Almost done,

Join Silver And Black Pride

You must be a member of Silver And Black Pride to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at Silver And Black Pride. You should read them.

Join Silver And Black Pride

You must be a member of Silver And Black Pride to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at Silver And Black Pride. You should read them.

Spinner.vc97ec6e

Authenticating

Great!

Choose an available username to complete sign up.

In order to provide our users with a better overall experience, we ask for more information from Facebook when using it to login so that we can learn more about our audience and provide you with the best possible experience. We do not store specific user data and the sharing of it is not required to login with Facebook.

tracking_pixel_9341_tracker