Jacobs received the franchise tag and will return to Las Vegas after a breakout 2022 season. The 2019 first-round pick put up massive rushing and receiving lines en route to pacing the league in touches (393) and scrimmage yards (2,053). It was easily Jacobs' best NFL season, but he's always been solid, having yet to finish a season lower than 15th among RBs in rushing yards or fantasy PPG. Incredibly, Jacobs has scored 40 rushing and zero receiving TDs in his career despite ranking top 15 at RB in receiving yards each of the past two seasons. Backs who see 300-plus carries tend to miss games and drop off the following season, but Jacobs can afford that and still provide midrange RB1 value. The 25-year-old is worth a look at the Round 1/2 turn.