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Raiders WR Davante Adams delivered an 8-177-2 receiving line in Sunday's win over the Chargers. Those numbers accounted for 40% of Raiders targets, 50% of completions, 71% of the receiving yards and 67% of the offense's total TDs. WR Mack Hollins checked in as the 2nd-leading receiver with 5-35 on 9 targets. RB Josh Jacobs (2) and TE Foster Moreau (1) claimed QB Derek Carr's remaining 3 completions. The Raiders now visit the Rams on Thursday night.

For the 2nd straight week, Raiders RB Josh Jacobs cast aside a "questionable" tag and delivered a big game. Despite reporter warnings that the team would need to manage Jacobs' calf injury, he racked up 144 yards and a TD on 26 carries in Sunday's win over the Chargers. Jacobs is working on a streak of 3 straight 100+ yard games and hasn't logged fewer than 21 carries since Week 9. He added 2 catches for 6 yards Sunday. RBs Zamir White and Amber Abdullah combined for just 3 touches against the Chargers. Week 14 brings a matchup with a Rams defense that expects to miss Aaron Donald for the 2nd straight game. The short turnaround could challenge Jacobs' calf ... though it looks like a calf-questionable Jacobs might be the best version of him.

Raiders LB Denzel Perryman (wrist) is active for today's game against the Chargers. Use him as planned in IDP lineups.

Raiders RB Josh Jacobs (calf) is active for today’s game vs. the Chargers. He played through this injury last week – and ripped off 303 total yards – so it’s not a major concern.

Raiders RB Josh Jacobs (calf) will play vs. the Chargers later today, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. So Jacobs evidently didn't need to pass a pregame test to get the green light. Considering he went for 303 total yards playing through this calf injury last week, we're not too worried about it today.

Raiders RB Josh Jacobs (calf) will work out pre-game before a final decision is made on his status for today's game vs. the Chargers, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Jacobs was in the same boat last week before ripping the Seahawks for 303 total yards. He got in 3 limited practices this week. "There is optimism that he can play, but no one will know for sure until the workout," Rapoport says. We're expecting Jacobs to play but won't get Vegas' inactives until 3 pm ET. Fantasy owners should have a late-game replacement rostered just in case Jacobs ends up sitting.

Raiders LB Denzel Perryman suffered a wrist injury in Thursday's practice that has him questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers. He did still manage a limited practice Friday, so we'd guess Perryman is leaning toward playing. But we'll have to watch his status leading up to Sunday's kickoffs. If Perryman sits, then Jayon Brown would be the favorite to lead Raiders LBs in playing time.

Raiders RB Josh Jacobs (calf) is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game vs. the Chargers. He hurt his calf last Friday, smoked the Seahawks for 303 total yards on Sunday and then got in 3 limited practices this week. We’re fully expecting Jacobs to play on Sunday, but we’ll look for further updates on his status.

Raiders RB Josh Jacobs (calf) remained limited in Thursday's practice. We're expecting him to play through this injury vs. the Chargers on Sunday, like he did last weekend when he dismantled the Seahawks.

Raiders RB Josh Jacobs (calf) was limited in Wednesday's practice. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero set off alarms with a Tuesday tweet that suggested Jacobs might not play vs. the Chargers this weekend. But getting in a limited practice on Wednesday -- after dominating with this injury this past Sunday -- suggests that Jacobs will be available. We'll get another update on his status tomorrow.

Raiders RB Josh Jacobs is not expected to practice much, if at all, this week with his calf strain, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. "He’ll get around-the-clock treatment in hopes of playing Sunday against the Chargers," Pelissero adds. It's a surprising report after Jacobs blew up for 303 total yards and 2 TDs vs. the Seahawks last week -- after hurting that calf on Friday. We'll keep you updated on his status throughout the week. If Jacobs can't go on Sunday, Vegas would likely deploy a committee with RBs Zamir White, Ameer Abdullah and Brandon Bolden.

Raiders QB Derek Carr amassed 295 yards and 3 TDs in Sunday's OT win at Seattle. He hit WR Mack Hollins (4-63 receiving), RB Ameer Abdullah (3-39) and TE Foster Moreau (3-33) for TDs. Carr also tossed a pair of INTs, but he has posted his 2 best fantasy scores of the season in his past 2 games.

Raiders RB Josh Jacobs entered Sunday questionable with a calf issue that arose in Friday's practice. He finished the day with a 33-229-2 rushing line and 6-74 receiving in a 40-34 win over the Seahawks. Jacobs finished off an already strong outing with an 86-yard TD dash in OT. Jacobs set season highs in both rushing yards and receiving yards and topped 20 carries for the 3rd straight game. He's a weekly must start the rest of the way.

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Raiders RB Josh Jacobs is active for today’s game vs. the Seahawks. He was added to the injury report and limited in Friday’s practice with a calf. He evidently looked and felt good enough in pregame warmups, though, and we haven’t heard anything about him being limited today.

ESPN's Adam Schefter calls Raiders RB Josh Jacobs (calf) "likely" to play against the Seahawks today, barring a pregame setback. Jacobs was added to the injury report on Friday and listed as questionable, which certainly adds risk to his Week 12 fantasy profile. But he'd be tough to bench if he ends up active. Raiders-Seahawks doesn't kick off until 4:05 pm ET, so Jacobs owners would be wise to have a late-game alternative lined up just in case Jacobs ends up missing this one.

Raiders RB Josh Jacobs is questionable for Sunday's game against the Seahawks after suffering an apparent calf injury in Friday's practice. We haven't seen details on the issue, so we'll need to watch his status throughout the weekend.

After 3 weeks short of 100-yard territory, Raiders RB Josh Jacobs returned in Sunday's OT win at Denver. He ran for 109 yards on 24 attempts, adding 51 more yards on 3 receptions. Jacobs claimed all Raiders carries for the game. RB Ameer Abdullah (4) and Brandon Bolden (1) each drew targets, however.

Raiders WR Davante Adams racked up 141 yards and 2 TDs on 7 catches among 13 targets. He claimed both of the team's TDs, scoring from 31 and 35 yards out. The latter won the game in OT. WR Mack Hollins followed with 6-52 receiving on 9 targets. No other Raider exceeded 4 targets. TE Foster Moreau caught just 1 pass for the game, though it was a 33-yarder in OT to set up the Adams play.

Raiders QB Derek Carr racked up 307 yards in Sunday's OT win over the Broncos. Carr finished regulation with just 239 yards. But then he hit TE Foster Moreau for a 33-yard catch-and-run and found WR Davante Adams for a 35-yard game-winning TD. It was Carr's 2nd 300-yard game of the season and first since Week 3. Next comes a visit to Seattle, which had been playing tough defense before softening in a Week 10 loss to the Buccaneers in Germany.

Raiders LB Denzel Perryman (ribs) is active for today's game against the Broncos. His return hurts the chances of LB Jason Brown seeing full playing time.

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