Jamaal Charles hasn’t taken a meaningful, early season snap in what seems like forever.
(For those who need specifics, it was Week 6 of last season, when Charles was a Kansas City Chief.)
We won’t call the preseason entirely meaningful, but his first game reps with his new team were important. He made the most of them on Saturday in Denver.
With the quarterback competition solved, eyes were on Charles with his first carry, a seven-yard tote on second down. The running back made a few cuts on subsequent runs that demonstrated his knee could handle at least a four-carry workload, which was worth 27 yards rushing on Saturday.
The play prior to his first carry also served as evidence that his addition might end up being quite worthwhile for Denver.
As quarterback Trevor Siemian dropped to pass, guard Max Garcia was soundly beaten by Green Bay defensive tackle Mike Daniels. Charles slid to his left into the path of Daniels and went low, cutting Daniels’ legs to save Trevor Siemian from getting drilled from the blind side. It wasn’t the lone instance in which Charles displayed above-average pass-blocking ability.
Article source: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000835489/article/jamaal-charles-does-enough-to-make-broncos-roster
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