ESPN Fantasy Projection: Jacobs returns as the lead back in Las Vegas, but he'll have more competition for touches this season after the team signed Kenyan Drake. Jacobs finished eighth at RB in fantasy points 2020, ranking no lower than seventh in carries (273), rushing yards (1,065), TDs (12), and carries inside the 5-yard line (18). However, his efficiency plummeted across the board relative to an impressive rookie campaign. The 2019 first-round pick's heavy role as a rusher and near the goal line won't disappear, but he's simply not much of a factor as a receiver (career 5.5 YPT on 73 targets) and, even before Drake arrived, he showed a low ceiling, posting only three top-10 fantasy weeks (18 RBs had more) in 2020. The 23-year-old is an uninspiring mid-to-back-end RB2.