Raiders got a week seven victory over the Texans Sunday afternoon with a 38-20 win.
The way Josh Jacobs is running, the Las Vegas Raiders’ offensive line is going to have a nice Christmas.
Jacobs rushed for 143 yards and three second-half touchdowns, and the Raiders ran away from the Houston Texans 38-20 on Sunday.
“I think it’s more of a credit to the offensive line,” said Jacobs, who topped 100 yards for the third straight game. “I come back to them all the time because I feel like it’s the first time in a long time where I’ve had four to five yards without being touched by anybody. They’re making it pretty easy on me, and I’m gonna make sure I take care of them for sure.”
Las Vegas, which erased a three-point, fourth-quarter deficit, scored on four straight possessions before safety Duron Harmon sealed the win by intercepting Davis Mills and returning it 73 yards for a touchdown.
“There’s always going to be a point in the game where you can put somebody away, or you can give them life,” Harmon said. “That’s what we were talking about, let’s put them away.”
Derek Carr completed 21 of 27 passes for 241 yards and a touchdown. Davante Adams had eight receptions for 95 yards.
The Raiders finished with a season-high 400 yards of offense.
It was a good day for them, and they even had Iggy Azalea in the stadium to perform at halftime.
Iggy has always been a bit polarizing, so it isn’t surprising that everyone wasn’t feeling the performance.
She doesn’t care, though.
Raiders reporter Tahsan Reed commented how the combination of the bbq in the stadium plus Iggy performing at halftime was making him depressed. Iggy responded by saying she’d spare him the tears he’d cry knowing what her paycheck was to jiggle her butt.
The two had a little back and forth, but it seemed like it was all fun.
Wonder how much she got paid.
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