The Kansas City Chiefs can play with anyone when Jamaal Charles kicks it into high gear. New England learned that on Monday night as the Pro Bowl running back lashed the Patriots for 92 yards and a touchdown on the ground. Charles also caught three passes for 16 yards and another twoscores in the 41-14 romp. That high-level production was enough to earn him the AFC Offensive Player of the Week award for Week 4.
With the Patriots struggling to contain Kansas City wideout Dwayne Bowe and frisky play-making tight end Travis Kelce, Charles and company piled up a 303-96 advantage in total yards at halftime, the first time a Bill Belichick defense has allowed at least 300 yards in one half. It's important to note that many wondered if Charles would even be active because of a banged-up ankle.
Here are the other Week 4 award winners: