Jamaal Charles overcomes fumbles for solid fantasy day

Jamaal Charles had two touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving, to make up for two lost fumbles in the first half of Sunday's game between the Chiefs and the Chargers. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jamaal Charles had 115 total yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Diego Chargers. Charles salvaged an awful start to game that included two lost fumbles in the first half.

Fantasy Impact: Charles was earning negative fantasy points in a lot of leagues at one point, but he shook off the early struggles to turn in a nice performance for owners. As long as Peyton Hillis is a no-show (either due to injury or gameplan) Charles will continue to see a ton of touches within a Chiefs offense that really doesn't have many other weapons. Charles is arguably an RB1 at this point, and he was had at a low RB2 price in drafts before the season.

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