One of the elite running backs selected in 2011 fantasy drafts, Charles suffered a torn ACL in Week 2 and was lost for the season after just 12 carries. While most runners coming off a major knee reconstruction fail to reach their past statistical glory right away, Charles does have two advantages. First, he's still a young player at 25. Second, Charles suffered the injury so early that he has had more time to recover. Those are clear advantages in his return to action. The downside, though, is the addition of Peyton Hillis. The bruising back is certain to see more than his share of work, especially near the goal line, so Charles' upside is capped. He'll be a second-round pick in most drafts.