The Oakland Raiders quarterback was off to a good start Sunday, completing 12 of his first 15 passes for 167 yards and a TD against the Green Bay Packers.

But one costly run marred his performance late in the second quarter.

On the first play after the two-minute warning in the first half, Carr scrambled to his left and tried to dive for the end zone.

He extended the ball and had it knocked loose.

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The fumble then went through the end zone.

It’s a play Carr knows all too well.

Two seasons ago, a struggling Raiders team was on the verge of beating the Dallas Cowboys in a Week 15 game in Oakland.

The Raiders trailed 20-17 in the final minute when Carr went diving toward the end zone on a scramble, on the same side of the field, no less.  and had the ball knocked loose by the Cowboys’ Jeff Heath.

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