ESPN Fantasy Projection: Carr played better last season than you probably realize, but once again it didn't lead to much fantasy success. Granted, he was very conservative (6.6 aDOT), but Carr completed 70% of his passes (second highest) and posted a 7.9 YPA (ninth) all while dealing with 24 drops (third most). That efficiency helped him to only one top-10 fantasy week prior to a pair of eighth-place showings when it mattered the least during Weeks 16-17. Carr has never posted a top-10 fantasy campaign in six NFL seasons and has finished 16th or worse each of the past three seasons. The Raiders' offense simply hasn't scored enough to overcome Carr's conservatism and low-end rushing production. Rookie additions Henry Ruggs III, Lynn Bowden and Bryan Edwards will help, but Carr remains a fringe QB2.