Las Vegas Raiders star Josh Jacobs had 44 rushing yards in Saturday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the running back complained about his offensive performance.
The Steelers won the game 13-10 after scoring 10 points in the 4th quarter. Las Vegas was only capable of his 201 yards of offense in total, and the lack of offense is what didn’t work for Jacobs.
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“Yeah, man, it’s a bull—, true,” he told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “It’s a bull—. And it’s up to us, right? See, I’m tired of telling them I have to help them, and it’s just frustrating.”
Jacobs was asked if the Steelers’ game plan is to stop the running game. Las Vegas was 58 yards on the ground. Jacobs, Derek Carr, and Brandon Bolden each rushed to try. His 11-yard run for Jacobs was the longest in a Raiders game.
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“I still had a chance to play,” Jacobs said. “When we’re close and it feels like we’re going to get something big, we feel like we’re moving away from it. You know, the passing game was working early on. I mean, that’s what it is, but to win these games, especially in the stretch, especially when you’re up against a team like this in the cold, you have to get the ball moving. It won’t be..”
Jacobs added: “I’m tired of dealing with this. There are no results. Frankly, I don’t know what else to do.”
Los Angeles slipped to 6-9 that year, and playoff hopes are fading.
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Jacobs earned a Pro Bowl selection for the second time in his career this season. In 15 games, he scored his 11 rushing touchdowns and his 1,539 rushing yards, which leads the NFL.