Josh Jacobs rushing yards prop, touchdown prop for Monday’s Raiders vs. Kansas City Chiefs game

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Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs (28) scores a touchdown against Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Ben Niemann (56) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 22, 2020, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/David Becker)

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Josh Jacobs player rushing, touchdown props

Total Rushing Yards61.5 (-101)61.5 (-135)
Total Rushing Attempts15.5 (-106)15.5 (-129)
Total Rushing + Receiving Yards85.5 (-115)85.5 (-119)
Total Receptions2.5 (-169)2.5 (+123)
Total Receiving Yards18.5 (-117)18.5 (-117)
Longest Reception10.5 (-129)10.5 (-106)
First TD Scorer+500
Anytime TD Scorer-112
Player to score 2 or more TDs+450

Jacobs trends:

Jacobs has gone over 61.5 rushing yards in each of the past three games, topping out with 144 rushing yards last week.

Jacobs has two games with 16 or more rushing attempts.

After getting just one target in each of the first two games, Jacobs has 11 targets in the past two weeks combined, with 5 receptions each week.

Jacobs’ longest reception has gone over 10.5 yards in all four weeks this year.

The Las Vegas running back has scored two touchdowns this season, both came last week.

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Spencer Urquhart’s Best Bet:

The play: NFL: Raiders at Chiefs over 51.5

The odds/bet: -110 ($33 to win $30)

The book: Caesars Sportsbook

Time/TV: 7:15 p.m. (ESPN)

Our take: The over has hit in the last four Chiefs-Raiders contests, and we don’t see that trend reversing tonight with both defenses struggling out of the gate.

Both the Chiefs and Raiders have allowed at least 20 points or more in every game this season, and they’ll likely have trouble stopping each other considering Patrick Mahomes is locked in and that the Raiders have begun to establish a strong run game with Josh Jacobs.

There should still be plenty of points even if the defenses key in on the offense’s strengths, as the Chiefs can run the ball with Clyde Edwards-Helaire, and the Raiders can throw it with Derek Carr and Davante Adams.

Jim Derry says:

KANSAS CITY 30, Las Vegas (+7) 26: As well as the Chiefs played last week, how are bettors supposed to believe they are back to being the old “Chiefs” after blowing a game they had no business losing in Indianapolis or getting a bit lucky against the Chargers the week before?

While I think the Raiders are underrated despite their slow start, I don’t love this pick simply because we don’t know which K.C. team is gonna show up. A complete pass for me. (Over 51.)

Mark Kern says:

Analysis: The Raiders had a ton of hype in the off-season because they added Davante Adams to an already explosive offense. He is tied for third in the NFL with three touchdowns receiving and tied for eighth with 26 catches, but the efficiency isn’t there yet. He has been targeted 47 times in four games, which trails only Cooper Kupp (54). Derek Carr is only completing 61% of his passes, which would be the lowest percentage since his rookie year (58.8%).

Kansas City looked like a Super Bowl contender in the 41-31 victory against the Buccaneers. Patrick Mahomes was in complete control, as he threw for 249 yards and three touchdowns. Combined with the rushing attack, and the Chiefs offense was unstoppable against Tampa Bay. Travis Kelce was dominant in the game, grabbing nine catches for 92 yards and one touchdown.

Both teams are coming off nice wins, but only one of them looked like a contender. If Kansas City comes out and plays like how it did at Tampa Bay, then this one has the makings of a blowout.

Prediction: Kansas City 38, Las Vegas 20

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John Sahly

John Sahly

John Sahly is the digital editor for the Shaw Media Local News Network. He has been with Shaw Media since 2008, previously serving as the Northwest Herald's digital editor, and the Daily Chronicle sports editor and sports reporter.