Rumors continue to spread of the Raiders' willingness to offer Tom Brady $60M over two years which certainly means Carr would not be in their plans. It would be the first big domino to fall and Carr would immediately find multiple trade suitors, Chicago being one of them. Carr threw for 4,054 yards and 21 touchdowns to only eight interceptions in 2019, good but not great touchdown production. Blame shouldn't rest solely on Carr's shoulders alone as the team's Antonio Brown experiment failed horribly and the resulting receiver corps. was among the league's worst. Simply put, Carr has been good enough to be clearly in limbo, not good enough to be the unquestioned starter but not nearly as bad as many. In all likelihood, Carr's future in Las Vegas will come down to Tom Brady's decision to stay in New England or end his career with a change of scenery. Derek Carr is currently found as DLF's QB27.