Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens was truly a forgettable one for Derek Carr and the Oakland Raiders. Not only did the Raiders' defense got torched on the ground, but Carr also had a rough day.

Carr continued to play despite hurting his ankle in the game. He had it taped and finished the game for the now 2-9 Raiders.

“That's exactly what it was because as soon as it happened, obviously you grab it because painful. Tried to get up, stand up, it wasn't good. But then they ran it back, so I was like ‘I can't wait out here', so I got to the thing as fast as I could, just told them to hurry up and tape it so I could go out there and finish with my teammates,” Carr stated as per John Newby of 247Sports.

Carr did make it clear that he plans to play through the injury for the Raiders next week as well.

“I hope not. I'll know when I get off the flight. As it sits right now, for sure I'm playing next Sunday. I'm practicing, I'm playing, all those things. It just depends on what's it going to feel like. It's nothing to worry about. If it was bad, I've had a bad ankle thing before, and I couldn't finish, so it wasn't like that. I'll be all right.”

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Head coach Jon Gruden's return to the NFL this season with the Raiders isn't going right. They've lost all but two games.

Pro Bowl players Khalil Mack and Amari Cooper were dealt earlier this season. The team seems to be investing in their future as they now possess three first-round picks in 2019.

It was a good sign that Carr kept playing with the season already lost and him being hurt. That's a clear indication that he is still very much onboard with the team.

The Fresno State product has thrown for 2,827 yards, 13 touchdowns, and eight interceptions this season. He led Oakland to their first playoff appearance in 14 years in 2016, but hasn't returned to his old form since.