Congratulations, or something, to the Oakland Raiders for managing to set an NFL record that, by rights, it feels as if they should always proudly hold.

Oakland, in an overtime victory over Tampa Bay, seized the day and set a single-game record with 23 penalties. Three teams shared the previous record of 22: the 1998 San Francisco 49ers, the 1944 Brooklyn Tigers and the 1944 Chicago Bears.

The record-breaker was an illegal block in the back called on Seth Roberts late in overtime.

All the miscues cost the Raiders 200 yards, but luckily quarterback Derek Carr passed for 513, completing 40 of 59 passes for four touchdowns. In the process, Carr set another record — becoming the first Raiders quarterback to pass for over 500 yards. Even Ken Stabler’s daughter approved.

More importantly, the Raiders are 6-2 for the first time since 2001 and are 5-0 on the road, so never mind all those flags. At least not for this week. Just win, baby.