Raiders Fantasy Football

2022 Las Vegas Raiders Fantasy Football Tracker

It’s time for another update to your Las Vegas Raiders Fantasy Football Tracker. The Raiders finally got back in the win column against the Denver Broncos, and the main guys we’ve been tracking had pretty good games too. 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 11 vs Broncos:  307 pass yards, 2 passing touchdowns, 0 interceptions, 0 rushing yards, 20.28 fantasy points

Sason point total: 154.1 (15.4 ppg)


Holy cow! Carr finally eclipsed the 20-point threshold for the first time this season. It took overtime to do it, but who cares. You can start to safely pencil him back in as a safe fantasy backup option.


Week 12 vs Seahawks (projected): 247 pass yds, 2 passing touchdowns, 0 interceptions, 3 rushing yards, 18.18 pts

Don’t expect Carr to break 300 yards passing two weeks in a row, especially since they are playing another solid defense in the Seahawks. Nevertheless, Carr has been pretty reliable with hanging around 18 points each game. Look for that to continue this week.

Josh Jacobs

Week 11 vs Broncos: 24 carries, 109 rushing yds, 0 rushing touchdowns, 3 catches, 4 targets, 51 receiving yards, 19 pts

Season total: 194.1 (19.1 ppg)


This guy is just so good. Jacobs almost hit 20 without even scoring a touchdown. He is comfortably among the elite running backs in all of fantasy football. He is the focal point of the Raiders’ offense and that does not appear to be changing any time soon. Jacobs is an ironclad RB1 and a great one at that.


Week 12 vs Seahawks (projected): 20 carries, 88 rushing yards, 1 rushing touchdown, 4 catches, 5 targets, 33 receiving yds, 22.1 pts

This might seem weird, but Jacobs might have a worse game this week, yet score more. The Raiders will likely be playing from behind in this one, so his rushing numbers could suffer. He should get an extra catch or two to help make up for that though. Plus, I don’t see him getting kept out of the endzone two weeks in a row.

Davante Adams

Week 11 vs Broncos: 7 catches, 13 targets, 141 receiving yards, 2 receiving touchdown, 33.1 pts

Season total: 216.4 (21.6 ppg)


Adams is officially a fantasy stud. He is a top five fantasy wide receiver, and you saw why against Denver. His volume is insane. As long as he continues to get more than 10 targets a week, he is going to keep putting up crazy numbers.


Week 12 vs Seahawks (projected): 9 catches, 15 targets, 112 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown, 26.2 pts

At this point, Adams is practically matchup-proof. This one might work in his favor since the Raiders might be playing catch-up. If that is the case, Adams should have another stellar day. Even if it isn’t that great, 20 points feels like his floor right now.

Hunter Renfrow

Week 11 vs Broncos: DNP, Injured Reserve; Mack Hollins: 6 catches, 9 targets, 52 receiving yards, 11.2 pts

Season total (Renfrow): 38.2 (6.4 ppg)


Hollins had a decent game. He seems to be establishing himself as the team’s second option in the passing game. Let’s see if he can keep this up before thinking about starting him though.


Week 12 vs Seahawks (projected): Nothing for Renfrow, Hollins: 5 catches, 7 targets, 41 receiving yards, 9.1 pts

Hollins seems like a significant part of the game plan at this point. The Raiders will continue to throw to him in the absence of Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller. His ability to execute will determine his value.

Darren Waller

Week 10 vs Colts: DNP, Injured Reserve; Foster Moreau: 1 catch, 3 targets, 33 receiving yds, 4.3 pts

Season total (Waller): 39.5 (7.9 ppg)


Moreau has not looked great while filling in as the Raiders’ top tight end. He doesn’t seem to be fitting into the offense very well and he is not getting many looks. The team’s overall lack of weapons keeps him as a boom or bust TE2, but that’s about it.


Week 12 vs Seahawks (projected): Nothing for Waller, Moreau: 3 catches, 6 targets, 38 receiving yds, 1 receiving touchdown, 12.8 pts

Again, the only reason we are projecting Moreau to score is the lack of other options. Outside of Adams, it’s really just him and Hollins. Moreau gets the nod because I think he bounces back a little this week like Hollins did last week.

Daniel Carlson

Week 11 vs Broncos: 3/4 FG, 1 <39 yds, 2 50+ yds, 1/1 XP, 13 pts

Season Total: 95 (9.5 ppg)


Carlson missed his first field goal of the season and still had 13 points. The man is unstoppable. He got a couple opportunities from long range and nailed them both. Carlson is back!


Week 12 vs Seahawks (projected): 2/2FG, 1 <39yds, 1 40-49 yds, 2/2XP, 9 pts

Playing from behind could limit Carlson’s opportunities for field goals. Nevertheless, he should still have a decent game. I doubt we see him miss any kicks for a while.

Las Vegas Raiders Defense/Special Teams

Week 11 vs Broncos (projected): 3 sacks, 1 Block, 16 PA, 320 YA, 6 pts

Season Total: 25 (2.5 ppg)


Wow! The Raiders defense had a decent game! This is mostly due to Maxx Crosby’s field goal block. Regardless, this was respectable showing. It’s official, Russell Wilson can make any defense look competent.


Week 12 vs Seahawks (projected): 1 sack, 31 PA, 403 YA, -3 pts

The Seahawks offense is surprisingly effective. They are going to make mincemeat out of the Raiders defense, especially on the ground. It could be a long game.

*Top Photo: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

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