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Darren Waller and Daniel Carlson set new Raiders records

It was a record-breaking kinda day as Las Vegas closed out the season against the Denver Broncos

Miami Dolphins v Las Vegas Raiders Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Although today’s game doesn’t mean anything in regards to the playoffs, it was a record-breaking day for two players on the Raiders.

The first record was set by tight end Darren Waller, who surpassed Tim Brown for the most catches in a single season in Raiders history with 105. Brown set the record with 104 catches back in 1997.

Another record was broken as Daniel Carlson became the all-time scoring leader in a single season, passing the great Sebastian Janikowski with 143. There’s a chance he can add a few more to that by the time the game is over.