3. Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs
Charles was the consummate dual threat in his first year under Andy Reid. He actually rushed for fewer yards than in 2012, but still ended up with a whopping 1,287. He added 70 catches for a staggering 693 receiving yards, nearly 100 yards more than runner-up Danny Woodhead. He’ll be working on an island in 2014 behind a depleted offensive line and without the benefit of any real receiving threats in KC, so we may not see a repeat of his 19 total TDs... but even when you know he’s coming, Charles is hard to stop. (David Welker/Getty Photo)
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