The Oakland Raiders suffered their most significant loss of the season.
Quarterback Derek Carr broke a bone in his right leg in the fourth quarter of the Raiders' 33-25 victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday, immediately throwing a dark cloud over a resurgent season in Oakland.
“It's obviously a blow,” Coach Jack Del Rio said. “That's what teams do. Teams have to find a way to pick up and move on, rally around the next guy the best we can. That's what we do.”
Carr got hurt with Oakland leading 33-14 early in the fourth quarter when he was sacked by Trent Cole. Carr stayed on the ground for several minutes in pain as...