ESPN Fantasy Projection: Jacobs has been a busy man since being drafted in the first round of the 2019 draft. The Alabama product has handled carry shares of 68%, 66% and 69% in his three seasons and his target shares have progressively increased from 7% to 10% to 12%. Despite missing two games, Jacobs finished no lower than 12th among backs in carries, targets, touches, yards and fantasy points last season. His fantasy production was about as high floor/low ceiling as you can get, as he delivered only two top-10 fantasy weeks, but never fell below 34th in 15 outings. It's possible new coach Josh McDaniels utilizes more of a committee (Kenyan Drake, Ameer Abdullah and Zamir White are on the roster), but Jacobs' role as the lead ball carrier and goal line option keeps the 24-year-old in the RB2 mix.