Perhaps the best thing that could have happened to head coach Todd Haley was this week's gay slurring meltdown by running back Larry Johnson, and his subsequent suspension for conduct detrimental to the team. Now Haley can spend the bye week figuring out ways to integrate the team's most dynamic player, Jamaal Charles,áinto his offense.á Thus far, 22 games into his professional career, Charles has averaged 5.3 yards per carry in limited action as a backup. He also hasáaveraged 9.6 yards on his 41 catches. Those numbers far surpass anything Johnsonáhas done during that same span. As a backup, the 22-year-old Charlesáhas shown flashes of what he can do. This pastáSunday, a forgettable 37-7áloss to the San Diego Chargers, Charles showed on two particular occasions theábig-play potenti ...
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