Jamaal Charles is having a day in Oakland.
The Chiefs running back is single-handedly making the Raiders defense look downright foolish. He’s scored four receiving touchdowns and one rushing touchdown — all before the fourth quarter even got underway. Charles reached the end zone four times in the first half alone, becoming just the fourth player in NFL history to score four touchdowns in the first two quarters. Charles joins Randy Moss, Priest Holmes and Shaun Alexander in the record books, according to FOX Sports.
Charles also tied Kansas City’s franchise record of five scores in a game, while his four receiving touchdowns mark a single-game record for a running back. In addition, the Chiefs running back becomes the first player in NFL history to have four touchdown receptions and a touchdown run in a single game.
Looking much more like a receiver than a rusher, Charles racked up 195 yards receiving on eight catches and only 20 yards off eight carries on the ground.
Check out Charles’ 71-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter, which gave him his fifth trip to the end zone, below.
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