Jamaal Charles left the Broncos-Chiefs Week 2 matchup after just two carries as he injured his ankle. He missed the next week with injury but is back to his dominant self, including a 159-yard performance against the Seahawks. "He's a great player," Defensive Coordinator Jack Del Rio said of Charles. "Jamaal's an outstanding talent. He's a home-run threat, he's always falling forward. He has great vision, great balance. We have a lot of respect for him. We know he's very good at what he does. They give him the ball a lot of different ways, screen game, checkdowns, and design routes and they hand it to him, toss it to him, bunch of different things. We got to be on our game."Charles averages 5.1 yards per carry and leads the team with eight rushing touchdowns. In addition to his ability to run teams over, he is showing his receiving chops, with three TD receptions. While the Broncos rush defense ranks No. 2 in the NFL, young linebackers are stepping in due to injuries. Charles will be a tough, explosive test.