11:03 PM ET
LAS VEGAS — On a day he became the Raiders‘ all-time leader in touchdown passes, Derek Carr was more hung up on his team’s second consecutive defeat that dropped them to 2-2 on the season and prompted the $125 million franchise quarterback to vent, “I’m sick of losing.”
Carr’s career record as a starter fell to 41-57 with Las Vegas’ 30-23 defeat to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Entering the 2020 season, his 55 losses were the second-most by a quarterback in his first six years in the league, trailing only brother David’s 56 losses.
“I’m sick of losing,” Carr said. “I’m sick of working as hard as I do, and as we do, and going out there and losing. I mean, it sucks. Enough is enough.
“The things that are hurting us in these close games is not them; it’s us. That’s the hard part to swallow.”
Although Carr had a strong day throwing the ball against a stingy Bills defense — he finished 32-of-44 for 311 yards and two touchdowns and has yet to throw an interception in 144 pass attempts — he lost another fumble in the fourth quarter.