Dec 26, 2022
Las Vegas Raiders star Josh Jacobs had 44 rushing yards in Saturday’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the running back was openly frustrated with the offense’s performance.
The Steelers won the game 13-10 after scoring 10 points in the fourth quarter. Las Vegas only put up 201 yards of total offense and the lack of an attack is something that didn’t sit well with Jacobs.
"Yeah, man, it’s bulls---, for real," he said, via the Las Vegas Review-Journal. "It’s bulls---. And it’s on us, you know? Everybody wanna talk about the defense before. They made their stops when they were supposed to. S---, we’ve got to help them out. And, you know, I’m tired of saying we’ve got to f-----g help them out, and it’s just frustrating."
Jacobs was asked whether the Steelers’ game plan was about stopping the running game. Las Vegas had 58 yards on the ground. Jacobs, Derek Carr and Brandon Bolden each had rushing attempts. Jacobs’ 11-yard run was the longest of the game for the Raiders.
Source: Fox News