Charles has never caught more than 45 balls in five years with the Chiefs. That's about to change. "You've seen him sprint out of the single receiver, and he'll come out of the backfield," Pederson said. "He's a guy that needs to move around and (one) you can put in different positions, motion out the back, shift him from the backfield. He catches the ball so well that you have to take advantage of that offensively." With Andy Reid's penchant for throwing to running backs and Alex Smith's check-down mentality, Charles is a great bet for 60-70 catches. He's a lock for high-end RB1 value in PPR.