Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles is eyeing something a Chiefs running back hasn't done since 2006.
A 1,000 yard season.
"That's my goal," Charles recently said in a phone interview with Charean Williams of the Belleville News Democrat. "If I can go out there and run as hard as I can, like I've been doing, and maintain the confidence I have now, I believe I can probably go over 1,000."
Since officially becoming the starter, Charles has put up just over 500 yards in six games. He's scored a touchdown in every one of those games.
The last 1,000 yard rusher was Larry Johnson in 2006. The best individual rushing season since 2006 was Johnson in 2008 with 874 yards. Charles is 115 yards away from that.
With two games remaining, do you think he can do it?