Since 2008 Charles has been the league’s most exciting back and looks to be even more explosive this season. Thus far, Charles has rushed for 224 yards and 2 TDs as well as adding 151 yards receiving out of the backfield. With the addition of Alex Smith and the removal of headaches like Peyton Hillis and Shaun Draughn, the Chiefs have reaffirmed their commitment to the run. This week against the Giants, Charles has the opportunity to really explode. This season the Giants have been historically bad, allowing a league-high 115 points through 3 games (38 points per game) as well as letting opposing teams run for 129.3 yards per game. This matchup here is a total no-brainer. Start ‘Em.