Despite raising concerns about possible concussion symptoms at the beginning of the week, running back Jamaal Charles proved once again how vital his success is to the Chiefs while recording his longest rush of the season. He scored two rushing touchdowns, including a 36-yard run at the beginning of the fourth quarter.
Despite raising concerns about possible concussion symptoms at the beginning of the week, running back Jamaal Charles proved once again how vital his success is to the Chiefs while recording his longest rush of the season. He scored two rushing touchdowns, including a 36-yard run at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Colin E. Braley The Associated Press
Despite raising concerns about possible concussion symptoms at the beginning of the week, running back Jamaal Charles proved once again how vital his success is to the Chiefs while recording his longest rush of the season. He scored two rushing touchdowns, including a 36-yard run at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Colin E. Braley The Associated Press

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