The Chiefs as the third worst off-tackle team in the league is not entirely surprising; the loss of Jamaal Charles was always going to be a devastating blow for the running game. For the team, Charles’ loss meant a drop off from 4.4 yards per carry off tackle to 3.5 in 2011. Charles himself in 2010 average 5.9 yards per carry compared to Thomas Jones’ 3.6. Where Jones gets exactly what the offensive line provides, Charles gets so much more. With the return of Charles this season and the addition of Eric Winston at right tackle, it would be extremely surprising to see the Chiefs this far down the list in 2012. On his last stop in Houston, the Texans averaged 5.0 yards per carry off Winston’s outside shoulder, the Chiefs averaged 2.6 yards per carry off Barry Richardson’s. That should quantify for you the big step forward the Chiefs have taken on paper at right tackle, but will that upgrade transfer to the field?