Reason #1 Why Carr Shouldn't be the Raiders Starting QB after 2022.

1. 51-65. That is Carr's current W/L record as the Raiders starting QB. That puts him #13 on the active QB list for most wins. However, with active QB's over 100 starts (13 of them), he ranks second to last, right behind Ryan Fitzpatrick, with a win percentage of.440.

He ranks even lower when you compare his winning percentage to active QBs who have started 48 games (3 full seasons). There are 30 current active QBs who have started 3 plus seasons at QB. Carr's .440 winning percentage puts him at #24. Only Blaine Gabbert, Chad Henne, Blake Bortles, Case Keenum, Jameis Winston, and Ryan Fitzpatrick have lower win percentages.

You can make the argument that winning percentages can be skewed because of the amount of total games played by these individual QBs. That still doesn't lean in Carr's favor. Ryan Tannehill has started 4 more games than Carr (120 / 116) and has 13 more wins than Carr does. Kirk Cousins has started 6 less games than Carr (110 / 116) and has 3 more wins than he does. Jared Goff has 41 less games played then Carr (75 / 116) but somehow only has 9 less wins than him.

We can try to compare his win percentage to active starting QB's who started this season, sans current ones who haven't started 16 games so far in their career. Only Daniel Jones (.280), and Sam Darnold (.364) have lower win percentages. Chances are that those 2 players will be back-ups next year on a couple million dollar contracts.

I know a lot of people say it's a team game and Carr shouldn't be held accountable for all those loses. That's fair. But if he was really a franchise QB would that even need to be said? Rodgers, Brady, Roethlisberger, Wilson, Jackson, Mahomes, Prescott all get the blame for when their team fails. Why? Because they are franchise QB's who are expected to win games for their team. Whether they have good defenses or not....they are expected to win games.