It stands to reason considering his 1,150 yards and seven touchdowns on 242 attempts. Holding Jacobs back was his disappointing reception total of 20, producing only 166 yards. Jacobs finished as the fantasy RB18 (PPR) and would seem to have upside for his sophomore year. The Raiders rely on both DeAndre Washington and Jalen Richard in the passing game which could continue to limit Jacobs' production in this area, though Richard is a free agent for 2020 and will likely move on from the team. For Jacobs, DLF's RB9, with youth and guaranteed role on his side for years to come, the arrows will remain pointing up as long as he can remain off the trainer's table.