Jamaal Charles puts up monster fantasy numbers in loss

Peter Aiken

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles absolutely went off against the Colts. We break down the fantasy implications.

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles ran wild all over the Indianapolis Colts, but it was not enough as the Chiefs lost 20-13. Charles had 22 carries for 226 yards and a touchdown

Shockingly, this was not Charles' high-yardage mark this season; he rushed for 233 yards against the Saints in Week 3. Equally as shocking, the Chiefs lost despite 352 yards rushing; the most yards ever gained by a losing team.

Fantasy Impact: Charles had an absolute monster of a game in what was championship week for most fantasy leagues. He bounced back from his worst week of the season, when he only rushed for 10 yards against the Raiders last week.

If your league plays in Week 17, Charles has a tough matchup against the Broncos, but he has already rushed for 100 yards against them earlier this season. Stick with him, he's all the Chiefs have.

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