Raiders Fantasy Football

2022 Las Vegas Raiders Fantasy Football Tracker

It’s time for another update to your Las Vegas Raiders Fantasy Football Tracker. Despite the Raiders’ loss to the Indianapolis Colts, several players put up decent fantasy totals. All Raiders fantasy football stats from previous games will come from ESPN, and all points will be based on standard PPR formats.

2022 Las Vegas Raiders Fantasy Football Tracker

Derek Carr

Week 10 vs Colts:  248 pass yards, 2 passing touchdowns, 0 interceptions, 0 rushing yards, 17.92 fantasy points

Season point total: 188.82 (14.9 ppg)


This was another typical Derek Carr performance. about 250 yards passing and two touchdowns. He has now put up at least 17 points in three of his last five games. It looks like “DC4” might be back to being a reliable QB2 once again.


Week 11 vs Broncos (projected): 230 pass yds, 2 passing touchdowns, 0 interceptions, 6 rushing yards, 17.8 pts

Carr has scored between 17 and 20 points in five of his nine games this year. That includes the last time he played Denver. It would make sense that he falls in that range again this week. However, he has scored less than 14 in all four of his other games. Keep that in mind if you are thinking about starting Carr.

Josh Jacobs

Week 10 vs Colts: 21 carries, 78 rushing yds, 1 rushing touchdown, 6 catches, 8 targets, 28 receiving yards, 22.6 pts

Season total: 175.1 (19.5 ppg)


Jacobs continues to churn out quality fantasy numbers. This past week, he got a big boost from some heavy usage in the passing game. It’s possible that was due to the absence of Hunter Renfrow. If Jacobs is becoming the Raiders’ go-to option in the short passing game, that makes his value even higher.


Week 11 vs Broncos (projected): 24 carries, 102 rushing yards, 1 rushing touchdown, 4 catches, 5 targets, 23 receiving yds, 22.5 pts

Jacobs had a massive game the last time he faced Denver. The circumstances are a little different at this point in the season, so we may not see as gaudy of numbers. That being said, you can still expect Jacobs to have himself a pretty good game.

Davante Adams

Week 10 vs Colts: 9 catches, 14 targets, 126 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown, 27.6 pts

Season total: 183.3 (20.4 ppg)


Adams has been pretty close to Teflon this season, and this past week was no exception. Despite the Raiders struggling a bit offensively, he had a phenomenal game. Adams is such a huge part of the offense that he is going to get his just about every game.


Week 11 vs Broncos (projected): 8 catches, 10 targets, 76 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown, 21.6 pts

Going up against a stout Denver pass defense, Adams could see his numbers take a slight hit. Nevertheless, he should still break 20 points once again. The fact that he popped up on the injury report is a tad concerning, but it shouldn’t affect much as long as he gets out there.

Hunter Renfrow

Week 10 vs Colts: DNP, Injured Reserve

Season total: 38.2 (6.4 ppg)


Well, now you can for sure drop Renfrow. Even when he comes back, his role in the offense will be minimal. In his stead, Mack Hollins should see more opportunities. However, he only caught two of his six targets on Sunday for a meager 18 yards.


Week 11 vs Broncos (projected): Nothing for Renfrow, Hollins: 3 catches, five targets, 22 receiving yards, 5.2 pts

You can’t expect the Raiders to trust Hollins very much after last week. He will have to earn it back. It will be difficult to do so against the Broncos. Hollins is possibly bench-worthy in deeper leagues, but not worth starting right now.

Darren Waller

Week 10 vs Colts: DNP, Injured Reserve

Season total: 39.5 (7.9 ppg)


Waller is officially out of the lineup now for about the next month or so. At least the guessing game can end. Foster Moreau had three catches on four targets (43 receiving yards), which is becoming pretty typical for him. However, he did find the end zone for the first time this year, which boosted his numbers significantly.


Week 11 vs Broncos (projected): Nothing for Waller, Moreau: 4 catches, 5 targets, 31 receiving yds, 1 receiving touchdown, 13.1 pts

Moreau is a touchdown-dependent TE2. In fantasy, we’ve seen a million of these guys. Starting them is always a risk. That being said, I like Moreau to score again this week. With Waller and Renfrow both out and Hollins failing to capitalize on opportunities, the former LSU Tiger should get plenty of looks in the red zone.

Daniel Carlson

Week 10 vs Colts: 2/2XP, 2 pts

Season Total: 82 (9.1 ppg)


The Raiders’ offense hosed Carlson once again. They did not give him a single field-goal opportunity. Carlson has only gotten to attempt three field goals in the last four games. Luckily, he has hit all of them. Nevertheless, the Raiders are killing his value.


Week 11 vs Broncos (projected): 2/2FG, 1 <39yds, 1 40-49 yds, 3/3XP, 10 pts

Denver should force the Raiders to at least kick a couple of field goals. Carlson has to start getting some chances at some point. The comforting thing is that he makes just about everything. Just keep starting him.

Las Vegas Raiders Defense/Special Teams

Season Total: 19 (2.1 ppg)


The Raiders got a sack! It didn’t help much as they still got torched by the Colts for over 400 yards. This defense couldn’t stop the London Silly Nannies.


Week 11 vs Broncos (projected): 1 sack, 20 PA, 384 YA, 0 pts

Normally, you would start any defense facing the Broncos. They are horrible offensively. Not this week! The Raiders barely play any defense at all. This coverage scheme just allows wide receivers to run free on every play; tackling is often a struggle, and they essentially have one player capable of generating any pressure. Fantasy football sites should just remove the Raiders altogether at this point.

*Top Photo: Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images

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