The Raiders failed to get a win in Week 13, but there were a handful of players that had solid performances against Washington.
WR Hunter Renfrow – 80.7
Renfrow had another big game for the Raiders, catching nine passes for 102 yards. It’s the second-straight game in which he has totaled at least 100 yards. Renrow has quickly become Derek Carr’s favorite receiver with Darren Waller out of the lineup.
QB Derek Carr – 76.3
Carr did not throw a touchdown in this game, but he gave the team a chance to win with back-to-back scoring drives in the fourth quarter. It wasn’t his best performance of the year, but he was solid.
RT Brandon Parker – 75.5
Parker had one of his best games of the season, allowing just one pressure on 45 pass-block snaps. He did surrender a sack, but he was pretty good the rest of the day as a pass blocker.
LT Kolton Miller – 73.5
Miller did not allow a pressure on Sunday. That is the second time this season he has not allowed a pressure. He was not as good in the run game and that is why his grade is a bit lower than usual. Still, it was an impressive outing by Miller.
CB Casey Hayward Jr – 72.1
Hayward allowed just six yards in coverage on Sunday as he continues to be one of the most reliable and consistent defensive backs in the NFL.
SS Johnathan Abram – 71.3
Abram played his best game of the season on Sunday, allowing just five total yards in coverage. He also made a number of key stops in the run game.
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