I remember when the super bowl winning quarterback would have set the completion percentage record at 87.5% but he didn't meet the ten attempt minimum to qualify by going 7 of 8 on the day. BTW...tracking sources...the biggest "evidence" anyone is citing regarding the Raiders moving Carr is "to make room for Tom Brady," a rumor that is apparently totally lacking in grounds itself. Based on this flawed piece of "hot take" several teams have said "well if he is available we will certainly be looking at what deal can be made," which has translated into "Raiders shopping Carr around." My view on the Raiders, Gruden, and Carr, is based on things Gruden said in the first couple years after the Bucs fired him. He went to Tampa and won the Superbowl with an aging journeyman quarterback handing the ball off and a superb defense that he inherited, and then spent most of a decade miserably going through drafts, trades, free agency, and looking under rocks without ever finding a quarterback. Whenever he was mentioned as the "potential new coach of <team that fired their coach>," which was a pretty constant drone the first couple years, he would say that he would never put himself through that kind of hopeless searching again and that the only way he would go back to coaching was with a team that already had a young talented quarterback that would last for as long as he was going to coach the team. He stopped saying it after a while, but I think that was more because he wasn't constantly being asked about this job or that job, not because he changed his mind. So no. I think D. Carr being there was part of why he was willing to take the job, and I don't think he is trading Carr away.