Josh Jacobs is putting together another solid performance as the Las Vegas Raiders face the Kansas City Chiefs on “Monday Night Football”.

The former Alabama star only had 42 carries for 192 yards through the first 3 games of the season. Then came Week 4, where he took 28 touches for 144 yards and 2 touchdowns as the Raiders beat the Denver Broncos for their first win of the season.

On Monday, in Kansas City, Las Vegas has built a 20-10 halftime lead over Kansas City. And Jacobs is putting together a second straight big game: 14 carries, 79 yards, and a touchdown. He has been making all the right moves as he’s proven to be too tough to handle for the Chiefs defense:

On his touchdown, he was able to push his way in from a yard out to give the Raiders a 2-score lead:

Andy Reid and the Chiefs will need to adjust in the locker room in order to account for Jacobs and keep this one from getting out of reach.