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Jan 7, 2024 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 25, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 14, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 10, 2023 13 34 2.6 6 0 4
Player Outlook
Jacobs should be selected in the first two rounds in the majority of Fantasy leagues and valued as a top-10 running back in all formats. Now that he has reached a one-year contract compromise with the Raiders, there is an argument to take him even higher. Jacobs is still just 25 years old and he averaged 23.1 touches per game last year. He returns to the same team with the same coach and the same competition for touches. He is younger than the other backs who touched the ball as much as him last year, and so less likely for a decline. His receiving volume has generally spiked when either Darren Waller or Hunter Renfrow have been off the field, and Waller has already been jettisoned to New York. If Jimmy Garoppolo is 100% in training camp, Jacobs has a case to be this year's RB1.

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2023 805 3.45 6 1 37 296 13310.2
2022 1653 4.86 12 1 53 400 25815.2
2021 872 4.02 9 2 54 348 15710.5
3y Avg. 1197 4.32 11 2 47 329 19812.4
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Fantasy News

  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Won't play Sunday

    Jacobs (quad) has been ruled out for Sunday's season finale against the Broncos. With Jacobs, who last saw game action Week 14, ruled out for the contest, Zamir White once again is slated to lead the Raiders backfield Sunday. Jacobs thus finishes the 2023 campaign with 233 carries for 805 yards and six TDs to go along with 37 catches (on 54 targets) for 296 yards in 13 games. The 2019 first-rounder played this season on a one-year deal with Las Vegas worth $11.8 million that he signed in August.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Logs another DNP

    Jacobs (quad) remained sidelined at practice Thursday. The Raiders' top back was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's practice estimate, with interim head coach Antonio Pierce indicating that he views Jacobs as a game-time decision for Sunday's season finale against Denver. If Jacobs -- who has missed three straight contests -- remains unavailable this weekend, Zamir White once again would lead the team's backfield Week 18.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Not practicing to open Week 18

    Jacobs (quadricep) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's practice estimate. Interim head coach Antonio Pierce told Vic Tafur of The Athletic earlier Wednesday that he views Jacobs as a game-time decision for Sunday's season finale against the Broncos. If the running back ends up missing his fourth straight contest this weekend, Zamir White would once again headline the Las Vegas backfield.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Won't play Sunday

    Jacobs (quadriceps) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Colts. Jacobs, who was listed as a DNP from Wednesday through Friday, approached the contest listed as doubtful. Now that it's been confirmed that he'll miss his third straight contest, Zamir White is once again slated to lead the Raiders' backfield in Week 17. Jacobs will target a potential return to action in the team's regular-season finale next weekend against the Broncos.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Doubtful for Sunday

    Jacobs (quadriceps) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Colts, Rachel Gossen of the Raiders' official site reports. Jacobs was deemed a 'DNP' Wednesday through Friday, and though his doubtful designation suggests that he'll be sidelined this weekend, interim coach Antonio Pierce still considers the running back a game-time decision. "No need to rush it," Pierce said of Jacobs' status. "If he can go at one o'clock on Sunday, I'm happy with that." If, however, Jacobs is inactive versus Indianapolis, Zamir White would once again lead the Raiders backfield in Week 17.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Likely game-time decision

    Coach Antonio Pierce noted Friday that Jacobs (quadriceps) is viewed as a game-time decision for Sunday's game against the Colts, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports. Jacobs, who was listed as a 'DNP' in both Wednesday's walk-through and Thursday's practice, has one more chance to get some on-field work in ahead of Week 17 action, but either way it seems as though he's trending toward heading into the weekend with an official questionable designation. If Jacobs is limited or out versus Indianapolis, Zamir White would once again be in line to see added backfield touches for the Raiders.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Idle for another practice

    Jacobs (quadricep) was listed as a non-participant in Thursday's practice. Though Tashan Reed of The Athletic relays that there's sentiment within the organization that Jacobs will be able to put an end to his two-game absence this weekend in Indianapolis, the running back hasn't taken any notable steps toward making that a reality. After managing one limited practice session in Week 16, he's now been listed as a non-participant for consecutive sessions to begin Week 17 prep. Jacobs will still have another chance Friday to log some on-field work prior to Sunday's game against the Colts, but if he's unable to make enough progress in his recovery and misses a third straight game this weekend, Zamir White would once again have a clear path to a lead role out of the Raiders' backfield.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Sits out walk-through

    Jacobs (quadricep) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's practice estimate. After not taking part in Wednesday's walk-through session, Jacobs now has two more chances to practice ahead of Sunday's game against the Colts. If Jacobs remains sidelined for a third straight game this weekend, Zamir White would once again be in line to lead the Las Vegas backfield.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Inactive for Monday's contest

    Jacobs (quadricep/illness) is inactive for Monday's game against Kansas City. Per Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the Raiders held out hope Jacobs might be able to play through a right quad injury, but he didn't make quite enough progress to give it a go. He'll miss his second straight game, paving the way for Zamir White to serve as the headliner for the Las Vegas rushing attack once again after he carried 17 times for 69 yards and a touchdown to go with three catches for 16 yards in the Raiders' 63-21 win over the Chargers last week. Jacobs managed just one limited practice this week while nursing an illness in addition to the quad injury, so he'll presumably need to practice fully at some point during the upcoming week to have a chance at suiting up for the Raiders' Dec. 31 game in Indianapolis.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Appears unlikely to play Monday

    Jacobs (quadricep/illness) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against Kansas City, but he's been described as a "long shot" to play, a source tells Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Even though the Raiders had a longer turnaround than usual after playing Thursday last week, Rapoport suggests that Jacobs hasn't made enough progress since sitting out Las Vegas' 63-21 trouncing of the Chargers. The running back at least appeared to take a step forward by getting in one limited practice Friday, but he still looks like he'll require more time to recover from his quad issue, in part due to an illness he also picked up a few days ago. Confirmation on Jacobs' status will arrive when Las Vegas releases its inactive list 90 minutes prior to Monday's 1 p.m. EST kickoff, but assuming he's out for a second straight week, the Raiders will turn to Zamir White as their lead option on the ground. Ameer Abdullah should function as the main receiving back, while Brandon Bolden has almost exclusively been used on special teams in 2023.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Status in question for Week 16

    Jacobs (quadriceps) is listed as questionable for Monday's game at Kansas City. Jacobs was unable to practice before sitting out the Raiders' Week 15 win over the Chargers last Thursday due to a quad injury that he sustained four days earlier versus the Vikings. As Las Vegas reconvened for practice this Thursday, he managed just one limited session (Friday) during Week 16 prep while also dealing with an illness. Interim coach Antonio Pierce implied to Vic Tafur of The Athletic that because Monday's contest is a must-win situation, he expects "all the guys to play," even those that aren't healthy. Consequently, Jacobs may be trending toward a return to action, but if he's unable to do so, Zamir White likely would lead the team's backfield.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Limited in Friday's practice

    Jacobs (quadricep/illness) was a limited participant in practice Friday, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. On a positive note, Jacobs was able to practice in some fashion Friday after sitting out Thursday's session and missing the Raiders' 63-21 win over the Chargers in Week 15. However, the running back is now dealing with an illness in addition to the quad injury, which further clouds his availability for Monday's game against the Chiefs. Interim head coach Antonio Pierce said earlier in the week that he believes Jacobs will most likely be ready to go Monday, but Saturday's injury report will provide a more concrete estimation of the running back's chances of playing.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Takes field Friday

    Jacobs (quadricep) was present for practice Friday, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. Jacobs didn't practice Thursday, but his looming participation in Friday's session bodes well for his chances of suiting up Monday against the Chiefs. The Raiders' second injury report of the week will be released later Friday and will shed light on the extent of Jacobs' practice participation.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Not practicing Thursday

    Jacobs (quadricep) didn't practice Thursday. Per Adam Hill of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, interim head coach Antonio Pierce previously expressed optimism that Jacobs could return to action Monday against the Chiefs, noting that he thought the running back was close to playing in the Raiders' 63-21 win over the Chargers in Week 15. Still, with Jacobs not practicing Thursday, his status will need to be closely monitored as the week progresses. If Jacobs remains sidelined for a second straight game, second-year player Zamir White would likely serve as the Raiders' top option on the ground.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Inactive Thursday night

    Jacobs (quadriceps) is inactive for Thursday night's game against the Chargers. Jacobs officially was listed as questionable for the contest after being estimated as a non-participant in each of the Raiders' walkthroughs Monday through Wednesday, and on a short week, he'll sit this one out and target a potential return to action Monday, Dec. 25 against the Chiefs. In Jacobs' absence Thursday, look for 2022 fourth-rounder Zamir White to lead the Raiders' Week 15 backfield, with Ameer Abdullah also in the mix for added touches, particularly in passing situations.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Not expected to play Thursday

    Jacobs (quad) isn't expected to play Thursday night against the Chargers, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Jacobs approached the contest listed as questionable after being estimated as a non-participant in each of the Raiders' walkthroughs Monday through Wednesday, but it appears as though he will be sidelined versus Los Angeles. Official confirmation of his Week 15 status will arrive once inactives are posted ahead of Thursday's 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff, but assuming Jacobs is deemed unavailable, Zamir White would be in line to start in his place, with Ameer Abdullah also in the mix.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Status in doubt for Thursday's game

    Jacobs (quadricep) remains listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Chargers, but his status for the contest is considered "very much in doubt," Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Jacobs is taking a designation into the contest after he was listed as a non-participant on all three of the Raiders' Week 15 practice reports, though the team merely held a walk-through sessions due to the quick turnaround from Sunday's 3-0 loss to the Vikings. Late in that game, Jacobs appeared to sustain the quad injury, and he ultimately didn't check back into the contest after the Raiders initially deemed him questionable to return. Rapoport suggests that Jacobs won't be cleared to suit up Thursday if the Raiders believe he's at risk of making his injury worse by playing, so a decision on his status may hinge on how he looks during a pregame warmup. Official word on Jacobs' availability (or lack thereof) should arrive when the Raiders release their inactive list approximately 90 minutes prior to the 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff, but if Jacobs is forced to miss his first game of the season, the Raiders would likely lean heavily on a combination of Zamir White and Ameer Abdullah out of the backfield.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Questionable for Thursday

    Jacobs (quad) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Chargers. The Raiders conducted walk-throughs Monday through Wednesday, with Jacobs estimated as a non-participant for each. While the running back's lack of on-field reps this week isn't a great sign of his chances of playing against the Chargers, interim head coach Antonio Pierce noted earlier Wednesday that "if Josh Jacobs is ready to go, this is the Josh Jacobs Show," according to Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com. Ideally, added context with regard to Jacobs' status will arrive prior to Thursday's 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff. If Jacobs is limited Thursday or ends up inactive for the contest, Zamir White and Ameer Abdullah would represent the Raiders' top options out of the backfield.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Listed as non-participant Tuesday

    Jacobs (quadricep) was listed as a non-participant in Tuesday's walk-through session. The Raiders conducted walk-through sessions Monday and Tuesday to begin Week 15 prep, but Jacobs would have had his reps managed had the team held traditional practices. Jacobs exited this past Sunday's 3-0 loss to the Vikings in the fourth quarter with what was at the time deemed a knee injury and finished the day with 13 carries for 34 yards and two receptions for 16 yards.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Listed as non-participant

    Jacobs (quadriceps) was listed as a non-participant on Tuesday's estimated practice report, Anthony Galaviz of The Fresno Bee reports. The Raiders conducted walk-through sessions Monday and Tuesday to begin Week 15 prep, but Jacobs would have had his reps managed had the team held traditional practices. Jacobs exited this past Sunday's 3-0 loss to the Vikings in the fourth quarter with what was at the time deemed a knee injury and finished the day with 13 carries for 34 yards and two receptions for 16 yards.
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