Jamaal Charles
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Jamaal Charles gets some action

Sun, Aug 30th 3:42am EDT
By Cody Warner


Charles ran for 26 yards on 3 carries, adding 15 more yards on two receptions.

Fantasy Impact: Jamaal was his normal self, averaging over 8 yards per touch. If you nabbed him in the first round of your draft you should be excited. Kansas City hasn't had this many weapons on offense in quite some time.

The NY Times | Sep 1st
JC no longer a focal point in the passing game with Kelce emerging and Maclin on board.
Breaking Football | Sep 1st
Charles missed a game and was nicked up for others and still finished #7. He's still a top-2 guy and could be the #1 back in 2015.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Sep 1st
Charles turns 29-years old in December, but he still has only 1,249 career carries. He should be good for another dominant fantasy season, thanks to his ability to catch the ball and break big plays. Charles has 110 receptions the last 2 seasons and is averaging 5.0 yards per carry. He is also worthy of top-overall pick consideration.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 31st
Will remian focal point of offense despite upgrades at wideout, improved play at that position should open things up for this ypc monster
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 31st
Elite athleticism and versatility perfect for an Andy Reid system - has yet to average less than 5.0 YPC in his career, and has 12 TD catches over past 2 seasons
Fantasy Football Empire | Aug 31st
Jamaal Charles carries over the past 3 years have decreased from 285 to 259 to 206 last season, despite having the 10th overall offensive line in run percentage at 43.7%. Charles averaged 5.0 YPC which ranked him 4th overall in 2014. He ranked 13th in rushing yards last season with 1,033 yards. Charles is staying in great shape during the off season and is down to less than 205 pounds. The 28 year old would like to play another 6 seasons, but fantasy owners are happy that he is in great shape going into the 2015 season as he suffered from hamstring, ankle, and knee injuries last season. But He has been durable, starting 15 games in 6 of his past 7 seasons. Great in PPR formats with 5.01 YPC and the 7th best fantasy running back. To bolster their offensive line, the Chiefs drafted Mitch Morse, offensive guard from Missouri, which should help Charles and his run game.
RotoBaller | Aug 30th
The usage can not be beat and the amount of redzone opportunities provided are beyond what any other RB can provide.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 30th
I am thrilled to land any of the top 4 runners in this list, I just think that Charles has the chance to put together another monster season after they added a multiple WR's to relieve pressure but failed to find a decent complimentary RB.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
Charles is a complete RB as well on the ground and through the air. Combined yards should be around 1,500, double digit TDs, and points for his receptions. He is an easy selection.
WalterFootball | Aug 28th
Jamaal Charles saw a decline in overall fantasy points last season as Kansas City's offense took a step backward, and Charles had a few injuries that dropped him from 329 total touches to 246. That led to a subsequent drop in total yards from 1,980 to 1,324 and 19 scores to 14. Of course even with that drop, Charles was the seventh-best fantasy back in the league and still averaged five yards per carry. The addition of Jeremy Maclin and more reliance on tight end Travis Kelce should help open the offense up enough to keep Charles in the top-5 equation, and with his ability, it is hard not to once again like his ceiling due to his electric ability.
Beast Dome | Aug 25th
Breaking Football | Aug 3rd
Who is the Lebron James of the NFL? I’m sure by now all of you have heard/read that Jamaal Charles said that he felt like he…