Jamaal Charles producing in fantasy despite losing team

Peter Aiken

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles put up decent numbers in Week 11. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles had 21 total touches on Sunday. In the team's Week 11 match-up versus the Cincinnati Bengals, the Chiefs feature back broke 100 all-purpose yards. Charles carried the ball 17 times for 87 yards, along with 4 receptions for 31 yards.

Unfortunately for Charles and his team, he did not find the end zone on Sunday. The Chiefs lost again, as the Bengals went on to win convincingly.

Fantasy Analysis: Charles has been the team's one constant in this time of struggle. Even dynamic receiver Dwayne Bowe has been rendered ineffective with inconsistent QB play. However, the only thing the Chiefs can do is get Charles touches.

His ability as an all-purpose threat to give him value, even though the team as a whole is struggling. Continue to start Charles in all fantasy leagues.

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