OAKLAND -- Derek Carr is alone at the top in Raiders passing history.

During the second quarter of Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Carr hit tight end Darren Waller for a 16-yard gain. The completion gave Carr 19,079 career passing yards, catapulting him past Raiders legend Kenny Stabler for the most passing yards in franchise history.

Carr accomplished the feat in his 80th career game, 50 fewer than what it took Stabler in the 1970s.

Carr and the Raiders jumped out to a 10-point lead over the defending AFC West champion Chiefs on Sunday, but Patrick Mahomes tossed four second-quarter touchdown passes to give KC the lead at halftime.

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It's fitting that Carr would pass Stabler during what likely is the Raiders' final season in Oakland.