OAKLAND, Calif. — When Derek Carr looks back at the film from his NFL debut against the New York Jets nearly 14 months ago, it's more for sentimental value than scouting.
With a new coaching staff led by Todd Bowles and an upgraded secondary keyed by Darrelle Revis, the Jets are a far different team than the one Carr encountered a year ago.
Carr is also a much different quarterback with 22 starts under his belt and new playmakers on the outside in Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree that have helped make him one of the top up-and-coming quarterbacks in the league.
"It's fun to look at. I've got to remember that one," Carr said. "I threw my first touchdown...