By W.G. RAMIREZ
HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) — When Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs took the field for the first series of the Hall of Fame Game in August, questions arose about whether or not he was going to be a part of first-year coach Josh McDaniels’ offensive structure. Fast forward to last Sunday, when the Raiders earned their first win of the season, it’s quite clear Jacobs and the running game are every bit a part of McDaniels’ scheme. Jacobs ran for a career-high 144 yards and two touchdowns in Las Vegas’ 32-23 win over Denver.