From one angle it looked like barr and rodgers sort of rolled as they hit the ground, so rodgers' shoulder didnt directly hit the turf. But from the back angle, it seemed like barr landed on rodgers more. Not sure it was dirty, but rodgers did release the ball just before barr grabbed him, so maybe there was some unnecessary continuation there.
Also, barr was brett hundley's roommate at UCLA, so maybe there was a conspiracy to hurt rodgers so hundley can take over...
The rams got 2 special teams TDs for for half of their 27 pts scored; the offense didnt do much, goff passed for less than 150 yds but had a td and no turnovers, and gurley rushed for over 100 yds but no scores. So they seem like a complete team at least, able to pull out wins when one unit isnt doing great.
Normally i'd be worried if a coordinator did very well, they would be hired as a head coach for another team, but wade is 70 y.o., which would make him the oldest HC in the league (pete carroll is the oldest now, at 66, but he's basically the world's oldest teenager so maybe he doesnt count).
The whole raiders offense hasnt looked good for most of the season, even before carr's injury. Maybe the o-line isnt playing as well, amari has sucked (decent game last week tho), RB's are average. They have the talent to turn it around of course, but at 2-4 (with 4 straight losses) things are starting to get urgent.