Booker, who rushed five times for 16 yards in Sunday's 32-31 win over the Broncos, finished the 2020 season with 93 carries for 423 yards and three touchdowns in 16 games. He also added 17 receptions for 84 yards on 21 targets. Booker, who tallied two total carries of 20-plus yards throughout his first four seasons in the league with Denver, compiled four such runs in his first campaign as a Raider. Booker's season was highlighted by a Week 10 performance against his former team that included 16 carries for 81 yards and a pair of scores in just 26 offensive snaps. The 28-year-old cooled off down the stretch, however, averaged 4.0 yards per carry or less in each of the team's final seven contests. He's slated to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, so Booker's future in Las Vegas is uncertain at this point.
Booker rushed six times for 11 yards and caught two passes on as many targets for eight yards in Saturday's 26-25 loss to the Dolphins. Booker averaged just 2.38 yards per touch in Week 16 while starter Josh Jacobs surpassed the 5.0 yards per carry mark on 13 rushes. Despite the Raiders officially being eliminated from playoff contention, Jacobs figures to stay featured out of the backfield during the team's upcoming season finale in Denver.
Booker rushed for 12 yards on three carries in Thursday's 30-27 overtime loss to the Chargers. Booker was limited to just three touches as starter Josh Jacobs was dealt 26 carries and a trio of targets, but quarterback Marcus Mariota also proved effective as a runner with 88 yards on nine attempts after replacing an injured Derek Carr (groin). Jacobs picked up a minor knee injury ahead of Thursday's overtime period, but all signs point to him being at full strength against the Dolphins in Week 16 as Booker provides depth.
Booker rushed four times for eight yards and caught three passes on as many targets for 11 yards in Sunday's 44-27 loss to the Colts. Booker was relegated to his usual backup role upon the return of starter Josh Jacobs (ankle), but the former averaged just 2.7 yards per touch Sunday after also disappointing against the Jets in Week 13. Barring any setbacks, Jacobs will likely be available again Thursday for the Raiders' Week 15 tilt against the Chargers.
Booker rushed 16 times for 50 yards and added a one-yard reception on two targets in Sunday's 31-28 win over the Jets. Booker was bottled up in the first half, totaling five yards on five carries. He found some more running room after halftime but ultimately played second fiddle to quarterback Derek Carr, who threw three touchdowns and ran in another. If Josh Jacobs (ankle) isn't ready to return in Week 14, Booker would be in line to handle a similar workload against the Colts.
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