Raiders RB Josh Jacobs sets NFL record in Week 12

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Josh Jacobs put on a heroic performance in Week 12, rushing for over 300 yards and two touchdowns against the Seahawks. His game-winning 83-yard touchdown was the best run of the season and helped the Raiders go 4-7 for the season.
Jacobs set an NFL record en route for 303 yards. According to the NFL's research team, he is the first player in NFL history (since the merger) to rush for 225 yards and rush for 70 yards in a single game.
Jacobs has nearly 1,500 yards from scrimmage and nine touchdowns in 11 games this season. He's on track to be an All-Pro selection in his fourth year in the NFL.
Story originally appeared on Raiders Wire
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