No. 5 RB Sleeper


This in no way implies that Josh Jacobs is irrelevant. And maybe Booker’s production in Week 10 had more to do with the “revenge game” narrative as he put on 81 yards and two touchdowns on his former team. However, this will be two weeks in a row that Booker has found the endzone (and it hasn’t hurt Jacobs’ production at all).

In Week 9 in a non-revenge game narrative against the Los Angeles Chargers, Booker rushed eight times for 68 yards and a touchdown. Booker is currently working as that change of pace back for the Raiders and it is working.

Week 11 is the rematch against the Kansas City Chiefs in which the Raiders won 40-32. In that game, Jacobs had 23 rushing attempts and Booker had seven. But Booker managed to average 8.9 yards a carry and was on the receiving end of one target. At the very least pick-up Booker as a handcuff to Jacobs. His QB is a priority Waiver Wire add (Carr had his season-high tally against KC). Check out those details on our breakdown with Carr here!

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