The Broncos barely laid a fingernail on Carr, earning a goose egg in the stats columns: Zero sacks. Zero QB hits.
"My job is to sack the quarterback and I didn't get to him once, not even a quarterback hit," Miller said after the tilt. "Disappointed in myself on an individual level. They were throwing the ball quick, but we have to find a way to get there."
But it wasn't just that Denver couldn't take Carr down, it's that they barely even sniffed him.
According to Next Gen Stats, the Broncos generated pressure on 15.4 percent of dropbacks. Last year's Denver squad earned pressure on 28.0 percent of dropbacks.
It's true that Carr got rid of the ball quickly, negating some of the pressure, but that caveat doesn't come close to telling the story of how the Raiders offensive line steamrolled the Denver D.
Yes, it's just one game, but It was striking to watch the O-line demolish a Vic Fangio defense in the manner that unfolded. If they continue building as the season progresses, Carr will have more nights like Monday.
"I was extremely disappointed in the loss but not discouraged," Fangio said. "Once you see some of the mistakes we made, or plays we didn't make, that we can see we can be better than we played tonight."