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Rushing Yards
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Longest Rush
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Fantasy Points
Oct 2, 2022 28 144 5.1 43 2 29
Sep 25, 2022 13 66 5.1 13 0 9
Sep 18, 2022 19 69 3.6 13 0 7
Sep 11, 2022 10 57 5.7 18 0 6

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Fantasy Points
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2022 336 4.80 2 12 90
2021 872 4.02 9 2 54 348 17111.4
2020 1065 3.90 12 2 33 238 19713.1
3y Avg. 1029 4.22 9 2 36 251 17712.6
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Fantasy News

  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Career-best performance Sunday

    Jacobs carried the ball 28 times for 144 yards and two touchdowns while adding five receptions on six targets for 31 yards in Sunday's 32-23 win over the Broncos. After failing to reach 70 rushing yards in any of the first three games of the season, Jacobs erupted for a career high in rushing yards and scrimmage yards while scoring his first two TDs of the year on a 10-yard run early in the second quarter and a seven-yard plunge that iced the game late in the fourth. He's also seen a surge in volume as a pass catcher over the last two contests, hauling in 10 of his 11 targets. The fourth-year running back will take plenty of momentum into an AFC West clash with Kansas City in Week 5.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Contrarian DFS Play

    I loved that the Raiders got Jacobs involved in the passing game last week and he didn't do anything to discourage that in the future. At some point he's going to get into the end zone, and when the lid comes off it may just be a multi-touchdown game. No one would expect that in Week 4 against the Broncos, which is why his roster rate should be almost non-existent.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Racks up 97 total yards

    Jacobs carried the ball 13 times for 66 yards in Sunday's 24-22 win over the Titans. He added five receptions for 31 yards. Jacobs appeared doubtful for this contest after he didn't make the original trip with the team. However, he was active for the game and dominated opportunities out of the Las Vegas backfield. He was efficient with his opportunity on the ground and also tied for second on the team with five receptions. The only thing missing was a trip to the end zone, though he got no work near the goal line. His production hasn't been spectacular to begin the season, but Jacobs has topped 70 total yards in each of his three games.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Suits up Sunday

    Jacobs (illness) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Titans. Jacobs, who missed practice Thursday and Friday, didn't initially travel with the team, but he subsequently made his way to Nashville in advance of the contest. After testing things out in warmups, the Raiders' top back will give it a go Sunday. It remains to be seen if Jacobs will be limited at all in the contest, but when he needs a breather versus Tennessee, Brandon Bolden, Ameer Abdullah and Zamir White are on hand to absorb complementary snaps behind Jacobs, who has logged 29 carries for 126 yards and two catches for 28 yards through his first two games this season.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: In line to play Sunday

    Jacobs (illness, questionable) is on track to play Sunday against the Titans, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Official confirmation of Jacobs' Week 3 status will arrive upon the release of the Raiders' inactives ahead of Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff, but it looks like they'll have their top back -- who missed practice Thursday and Friday -- available for Week 3 action. Through his first two contests, Jacobs has recorded 29 carries for 126 yards and two catches for 28 yards.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Sunday status TBD

    Jacobs (illness, questionable) is in line to work out during pregame warmups to determine his availability for Sunday's game against the Titans, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Per Schefter, there is optimism that Jacobs -- who flew separately from the team to Tennessee ahead of the contest -- will be able to suit up, but a call on his Week 3 status won't be made until warmups in advance of Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff. If Jacobs ends up out or limited, Brandon Bolden, Ameer Abdullah and Zamir White would be candidates to log added backfield work versus Tennessee.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Traveling to Tennessee

    Jacobs (illness), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans, will travel to Tennessee on Saturday, Adam Hill of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. Jacobs didn't travel with the team Friday, but Hill relays that the running back subsequently headed to Nashville on Saturday ahead of the Raiders' Week 3 contest. Fantasy managers will still need to check in regarding Jacobs' status before the 1:00 PM ET kickoff, especially considering the 24-year-old did not participate in back-to-back practices Thursday and Friday.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Still dealing with illness

    Jacobs (illness) wasn't spotted at the media-access portion of Friday's practice, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. Through two games, Jacobs has produced modest results, averaging 4.3 YPC on 29 rushes and gathering in both targets for 28 yards with no touchdowns. An illness didn't allow him to practice Thursday and appears to be doing the same to wrap up Week 3 prep. Friday's injury report will reveal whether or not Jacobs enters the weekend with a designation for Sunday's game at Tennessee.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: RBs to Sit

    We can't say the workload is a problem for Jacobs since he had 19 carries in Week 2 against Arizona and one catch. But he finished with 69 rushing yards and 12 receiving yards, and he's now combined for just 15 PPR points in two games. He'll need to score a touchdown to help Fantasy managers, and he's facing a wounded Titans defense that should be able to slow him down. I expect the Raiders to be passing a lot in this matchup, and Jacobs is just a flex at best in the majority of leagues.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Big workload with mediocre results

    Jacobs ran for 69 yard on 19 carries against Arizona on Sunday, adding a 12-yard catch on one target. Jacobs' workload was reassuring in this game, as Zamir White saw just one carry and Ameer Abdullah logged just one target. Unfortunately for Jacobs' fantasy investors, his next matchup is a road game against the Titans, a defense that could prove to be a more challenging matchup than the Cardinals were.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Efficient with light usage

    Jacobs ran for 57 yards on 10 carries and caught his only target for 16 yards against the Chargers on Sunday. The Raiders never gained scoreboard leverage over the Chargers in this game and as a result maintained a catch-up mentality for almost the entire contest. Jacobs' rushing usage suffered as a result, even with his solid efficiency on the ground. The Raiders lost with this approach, so new coach Josh McDaniels might have reason to involve Jacobs earlier in a Week 2 matchup against Arizona.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: May cede more snaps this season

    Jacobs remains on track to open the season as the Raiders' starting running back but could cede some goal-line carries to Zamir White and some passing-down snaps to Ameer Abdullah and Brandon Bolden, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports. Worry surrounding Jacobs' role was first piqued when he played in the Hall of Fame Game while nearly all the Raiders' other starters sat out. He's since been held out of two preseason games to quiet some concern in regard to the Week 1 starting job, but there's still a decent chance Jacobs sees his workload reduced relative to past seasons. He's never drawn much playing time in obvious passing situations during his career, but he ranked in the top eight in team share of inside-the-five carries the past two years, getting 78 percent in 2020 and 60 percent in 2021. White threatens to take a chunk of that, though to what extend the rookie poaches goal-line or short-yardage work won't be known until the Raiders open the regular season Sept. 11 against the division-rival Chargers.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Back at practice

    Jacobs (undisclosed) returned to practice Tuesday, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. The running back had missed time due to an unspecified issue, but now that he's back on the field, Jacobs will look to cement his role atop the Raiders' backfield depth chart. With the team slated to move on from Kenyan Drake, Jacobs and Zamir White appear poised to handle the bulk of the early-down work for Las Vegas, with Ameer Abdullah and Brandon Bolden profiling as the squad's primary change-of-pace options heading into Week 1.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Remains sidelined

    Jacobs (undisclosed) wasn't spotted at practice Thursday, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. Reed previously noted that Jacobs has been sidelined since Aug. 12, but so far it hasn't been made clear what's causing the running back's absences. With that in mind, Jacobs could be trending toward sitting out Saturday's preseason game against the Dolphins.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Missing practice

    Jacobs didn't practice Wednesday due to an unspecified issue, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. Per Reed, Jacobs has been sidelined since Aug. 12, but at this stage it's unclear what's keeping the running back off the field. With that in mind, Jacobs' status for Saturday's preseason game against the Dolphins is unclear.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Doesn't play against Vikings

    Jacobs didn't appear in the Raiders' 26-20 preseason win over the Vikings on Sunday. Jacobs was one of the few starters to play during the Hall of Fame Game against the Jaguars, but he didn't take the field Sunday. Ameer Abdullah was also held out for rest purposes, so Zamir White served as the starting running back and rushed five times for 13 yards while securing two of three targets for four yards. Jacobs racked up 44 yards from scrimmage during the Raiders' first exhibition Coach Josh McDaniels refuted speculation this week that the Raiders are looking to trade Jacobs, and the 2019 first-rounder seems to be the frontrunner to serve as the team's starting running back this year in spite of his surprising Hall of Fame Game appearance.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: No trade plans

    Coach Josh McDaniels has refuted speculation that the Raiders are looking to trade Jacobs, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. Jacobs, whose fifth-year contract option was turned down by the franchise this spring, logged seven touches in this past Thursday's preseason opener, an outcome that McDaniels downplayed, noting that the Raiders are using the preseason to get their running backs acclimated to game action, while building chemistry behind the team's offensive line. Also in the mix for touches in Las Vegas' backfield behind Jacobs -- who is listed atop the team's posted depth chart -- are Zamir White, Kenyan Drake, Ameer Abdullah and Brandon Bolden.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Explosive in preseason opener

    Jacobs rushed five times for 30 yards and brought in both targets for 14 yards during the Raiders' 27-11 preseason win over the Jaguars in Thursday's Hall of Fame Game. Jacobs was the biggest name on the Raiders offense to see action Thursday, and he made good use of his time on the field as his final line indicates. Playing on Las Vegas' first two drives, the 24-year-old rattled off gains of 12 and nine yards and also put together a strong showing through the air. Jacobs figures to see similar usage in at least two of the Raiders' remaining three preseason games as a tune-up for another season as the team's lead back.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Back at practice

    Jacobs (undisclosed) participated in Thursday's training camp practice, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. The Raiders won't practice in pads until next week, but Jacobs' participation in Thursday's drills demonstrate that he's past the undisclosed issue that caused him to miss time during the team's OTAs. As the coming season approaches, the 2019 first-rounder heads a running back corps that also includes Kenyan Drake, Brandon Bolden and rookie fourth-rounder Zamir White. With the Raiders having declined Jacobs' fifth-year contract option, the 24-year-old approaches the coming campaign in a contract year with much to prove. If he can stay healthy, look for Jacobs to continue to handle a key early-down role for Las Vegas, with Drake mixing in and both Bolden and White also candidates to earn touches. Though Reed and Vic Tafur both suggest that White has the potential to start down the road, it remains to be seen how heavily he'll be used as a rookie. Regardless of how the Raiders' carries end up being distributed, however, the team's backfield will be working within the framework of an offense that's been fortified by the addition of elite wideout Davante Adams.
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  • Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Fifth-year option declined

    The Raiders have elected to not pick up Jacobs' fifth-year contract option, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports. The same applies to fellow 2019 first-rounders Clelin Ferrell and Johnathan Abram, though GM Dave Ziegler relayed that the team looks "forward to working with all three players and (will) evaluate each situation individually moving forward." With that, Jacobs remains under contract with Las Vegas this coming season, and it's still possible the Raiders will look to keep the 24-year-old around beyond 2022, especially if produces well in the final year of his rookie deal. In 15 games last year, Jacobs carried 217 times for 872 yards and nine TDs, while adding 54 catches (on 64 targets) for 348 yards. He's slated to reprise his lead role in the team's backfield this coming season, with Kenyan Drake set to work in a complementary role and Brandon Bolden and Ameer Abdullah on hand in reserve.
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