Jamaal Charles is obviously the best player on this team by far.
The Texas product is also one the premier players in the league. After a devastating knee injury ended Charles' 2011, many wondered if the speedy back could return to form this year.
Charles has 591 rushing yards in the first six weeks of 2012 including a stellar 233 yards in the Chiefs' only victory this season. He also had 50 receiving yards
Another Jim Brown record could be broken too if Charles continues on his torrid pace. The NFL requires backs to have 750 carries to qualify for career rushing marks, and Charles is 114 totes away from overcoming some elite company.
Charles 5.9 yard per carry average would place him above greats like Jim Brown, Gale Sayers and Barry Sanders.
What is amazing about Charles' season so far is the fact that he his doing most of his work while its clearly obvious that he has not fully recovered from his previous injury.
Many times in 2012, Charles has looked gassed early in games and its easy to see that he is still working himself into football shape.
Considering Charles numbers thus far, that is scary prospect for the rest of the NFL.