The last time the Broncos and Raiders played, Carr was kept on his feet. But that isn't truly telling of the amount of pressure he was under. Von Miller had six quarterback hurries while four other players had two. The Broncos also had six QB hits. Carr was forced to get rid of the ball very quickly, including once when he flipped a pass to Khalif Barnes, who took off with the ball and fumbled the ball away. Carr said he's learned a lot this season – it has taken time for him to get used to all the different pressures, different coverages and the speed of the game. "I've definitely learned a lot and I'm glad that this whole season I've been playing," Carr said. "I'm glad that since day one they've trusted me to start because there's so much experience you can learn off the field but there's nothing like playing in the games, playing out there, playing against the best competition and learning that way."Carr has improved drastically since their Week 10 matchup. "I've seen a young quarterback with a lot of skills, can make all the throws, looks way more comfortable this time around than he was back in November when we faced him," Head Coach John Fox said of Carr. "So, I've seen a guy get better, and that's really what I look at more than years of service."Carr's offensive line has done an excellent job of preventing sacks this season, ranking fourth in the NFL in sacks per attempt. But with Ware and Miller, he will have a lot of pressure on him on Sunday.