Josh Jacobs saw a tremendous 26 carries on Sunday night, totally 132 rushing yards while also finding the endzone once. He would also tack on two catches for 12 yards.
Jacobs took advantage of a porous Chargers front-seven and simply carried the Raiders at times during the ball game. The Chargers simply could not tackle Jacobs without him gaining at least four yards. Even more so with the game on the line when he Raiders handed the ball to Jacobs on third-down. Jacobs not only got the first, but also got the Raiders in field goal range for the eventual game-winning field goal. The matchup against Cincinnati next week isn't as good as the Chargers, but the volume Jacobs sees keeps him in consideration for DFS.