I remember thinking Jacobs would be a good fit when Michael Bush departed for Chicago last season. Jacob's once again is a free agent. He created some headaches in San Francisco. He's a year older now, wasn't used much last season, and could have a fresh set of legs underneath him. Obviously, he wouldn't be used as an everydown back, but rather the thunder to McFadden's lightning. If we revert back to the Power Scheme that McFadden prefers, I wouldn't mid using Jacobs during goal line situations. Again, he's a possible free agent pickup, we wouldn't have to use a precious draft pick, and since he's aging, he won't break the bank. It's just an idea, and a highly unlikely scenario, but I wouldn't mind it if we bring over a veteran with championship experience, helping to shore up a weakness on a team without a true power back.