Jacobs comes into the season as a good enough No. 2 Fantasy running back in all leagues worth drafting in Round 5 in non-PPR formats but not until Round 6 in PPR. For three seasons, Jacobs has averaged at least 14.7 PPR points per game, which gives him a safe floor. He's scored at least seven touchdowns in each season of his career, along with at least 1,100 total yards. In 2021, he set a new career high in receptions with 54 on 64 targets. We're thinking he won't see quite as many catches this year given the addition of Davante Adams, as well as Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller still earning looks in this offense. But the Raiders should be improved, and Jacobs could have more scoring chances than ever before. Even with rookie Zamir White waiting in the wings, and with Ameer Abdullah in position to handle obvious passing situations, Jacobs should once again be a solid Fantasy option.