OAKLAND — When it was over, after the home team collapsed in crunch time to drop a fourth consecutive game, Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr trekked to the Black Hole.

Carr wanted to say farewell to a few members of the Raiders Nation that he has shared some Coliseum memories with, a gesture that was noble enough after the final home game on Sunday closed the book on a dominant chapter in the franchise’s history.

As Carr approached the stands behind the south end zone, the fans booed.

They booed heartily. And keeping with Black Hole character, they booed even more when he jogged away after a brief visit.

How fitting. Sure enough, the Raiders were shut out in the second half by the Jacksonville

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