Romo says Raiders ‘quit’ on Carr and Del Rio

Former linebacker details the causes behind QB’s down season

Karl Buscheck
December 26, 2017 - 3:01 pm

A day after the Raiders’ 19-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles dropped the team to 6-9, Bill Romanowski joined “The Greg Papa Show” with Bonta Hill to break down the unraveling of Derek Carr.

Carr threw for just 140 yards while delivering two picks in the loss to the Eagles. From bad play calling to poor execution to shoddy mechanics, Romo pointed to a confluence of factors that have caused caused Carr’s regression.

“I think the team quit on him,” Romo said. “I think the team quit on the head coach. I think there’s a lot of really bad stuff that happened to this Raider football team, and to have this much talent, (it) is an absolute shame to have the record they have.”

Jump to the 1:16 mark in the podcast below to hear Romo’s full thoughts on Carr:

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