The Raiders' starting quarterback, Derek Carr, believes he can win multiple Super Bowl rings during his career, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Carr signed the richest contract in NFL history this off-season for $25 million. The Raiders showed how confident they are in the future of their young QB, despite suffering a broken leg at the end of last season. Carr had arguably an MVP season and surprised the entire league when he led the Raiders to a 12-3 record in the first 15 games.

He had an amazing touchdown to interception ratio. Carr threw for 28 touchdowns with just 6 interceptions.

In just his third season in the league, Carr was voted No. 11 on the NFL's Top 100 Players of 2017 list. That ranking proves that Derek is expected to be one of the best players this coming season and it's hard to imagine that the Raiders would not have gone a lot further in last year's playoffs if he wasn't injured. Now, ready to make his return, Carr has set the bar high going into his fourth year and wants to be known as a true winner by the time he retires.

Will the addition of 'Beast Mode' help Carr lead Oakland to the Super Bowl?

Derek Carr will surely guarantee a well-balanced passing game from the Raiders, but having a strong, reliable running attack could guarantee them a spot in the Super Bowl.

The team convinced Marshawn Lynch to come out of retirement and sign a two-year deal. It is believed that this will be the final two seasons the team will spend in Oakland before making their departure to Las Vegas. The combination of "Beast Mode" and Carr should provide the necessary hype for fans in Nevada to want to fill up the seats as soon as the team arrives.

It is likely that Lynch will retire for good after he spends the next two seasons playing for his hometown. So, Carr may really be in the best position to win it all with the experience and urgency of the one-time Super Bowl champ to bring his home of Oakland a ring before the team leaves. However, after taking a year off it will be interesting to see if Marshawn can run at the same level he did before he retired.

In 2014, his last full season, he carried the ball for 1,306 yds and posted 13 TDs.

Bouncing back from injury and future with the team

Carr has been recovering from his broken leg and is expected to be ready for the start of the regular season. His new contract gives him security with the Raiders franchise for the next five seasons. So, even if he doesn't win a chip this year, he'll have at least four more to give it a shot. But if he wants to win at least one in the city of Oakland, it will have to be within the next two seasons.