Jacobs comes in and is 100x better then Wilson.
"Everyone has a plan, until they get punched in the mouth."
Jacobs looked like he was back in his third year or something. He was running harder than he's run in a while and on a couple of plays he looked faster than I ever remember him.
Good running backs aren't a dime a dozen. Good lines make running backs look like they're dime a dozen; but last night Brandon showed how he could lift the team.
That Chicago front is pitiful - they've been hit hard by the injury bug so I wouldn't put too much stock in Jacobs' performance. He was good, yes, but I'd need to see it vs a good front before believing this is some sort of renaissance.
He did show good fight, which was nice.