Jamaal Charles' line on the day:
8 rushes, 20 yards, 1 rushing TD
8 receptions, 195 yards, 4 receiving TDs
Andy Reid was asked after the game by Adam Teicher whether Jamaal has a shot at any postseason awards, such as offensive player of the year (since everyone is obsessed with QBs and Peyton Manning will probably win the MVP).
"He's got my vote," Reid said. "All the folks that were here today, he's probably got their vote. I don't know how many anybody can be more valuable to a team and to the success that we have had than he's had. I'm pulling for him."
Honestly, how can a player be more valuable than Charles? He's up there with any quarterback, which is hard to say in today's NFL.
I wrote last year around this time, as the Chiefs were toiling away in the worst season in franchise history, that Jamaal is greatness and I have been lucky to watch him. That's even truer today, a year later.
Below we have some fun Jamaal stats from his record-setting day against the Raiders. Drop any more you have into the comments section.
Asked a Chiefs assistant coach if he ever saw screen plays have so much success like Jamaal Charles did. "In video games," was his reply— Michael Wagaman (@MWagaman) December 16, 2013
There are two type of fantasy football stories you will hear tomorrow. Those who had Jamaal Charles today and those who played against him.— Clem (@MyFavoriteClem) December 16, 2013
Jamaal also the first RB in NFL history with 4 receiving TDs, for those counting— Arrowhead Pride (@ArrowheadPride) December 16, 2013
Jamaal Charles had just 16 touches today (8 Rush, 8 Rec) 5 of those went for touchdowns. He scored 31.3% of the time! pic.twitter.com/FFWPBF0MBK— Numbers Never Lie (@ESPN_Numbers) December 16, 2013
Via @eliassports Jamaal Charles is the first player in NFL history to have 4 TD receptions and a TD run in a single game— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 16, 2013
5 have had 200 yds from scrimmage, 5 TD in game, last 50 seasons- Gale Sayers, Jerry Rice, Shaun Alexander, Clinton Portis, Jamaal Charles— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 15, 2013