Raiders’ Jacobs produces through pain, could do so again
HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) — Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs is coping with oblique and hip injuries. His status is uncertain for Saturday’s home game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Jacobs has played hurt all season. His production has not slipped. Jacobs leads the NFL with 1,608 yards rushing, 160 more than Cleveland’s Nick Chubb. He can become the first Raider since Marcus Allen in 1985 to capture the rushing title. Jacobs also is chasing Allen’s franchise record of 1,759 yards.
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