Protests by players on many different National Football League teams have already begun with the Baltimore Ravens vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game from Wembley Stadium in London, and will culminate on Sunday with the Raiders game at Washington tonight.
The Raiders went 0 of 11 on third down as part of their anemic offensive effort. The Raiders had scoring drives of 18 and 8 yards.
The Redskins' defensive front dominated the Raiders' offensive line for much of the games.
It was the most sacks of Carr since the 2015 finale against Kansas City (six).
While the majority of players sat out the anthem, there were a few that stood through the song.
Carr gets picked: After coach Jack Del Rio won the toss and took the ball for the third straight time and Marshawn Lynch ran for a short gain, Carr attacked downfield.
Raiders: WR Michael Crabtree left with a chest injury.
Cook, on the other hand, is looking to turn things around. RB Samaje Perine injured his hand on the play he fumbled in the fourth quarter.
Don't expect the Raiders offensive linemen to be the only ones making a statement on Sunday as it is expected that more players than usual will protest the anthem after Trump's recent comments. Carr has another tough matchup with Denver in Week 4. Sep.
Redskins: Visit the 3-0 Kansas City Chiefs on Monday, Oct. 2.