By Michael Beller
December 16, 2013
The Chiefs' Jamaal Charles had a day for the ages by scoring five touchdowns against the Raiders.
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Edwin Baker was a surprise against the Bears, but is probably not a sustainable starting option.
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• And then, there were the Cowboys. They entered Sunday's game having allowed the most fantasy points to quarterbacks and running backs, and the ninth-most to receivers. They proceeded to allow 299 yards and four touchdowns to Matt Flynn and 141 yards and a score to Eddie Lacy. Jordy Nelson and James Jones each scored for the first time since Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone. If you have any Steelers, count your blessings. They visit Dallas next week.

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