Tim Tebow was eliminated first, followed by the “bowling ball of butcher knives” Maurice Jones-Drew. Sixth-seeded
Fans can vote Charles into the Final Four of the tournament by clicking HERE.
After a decisive first-round victory over Tebow, Charles edged Jones-Drew 51%-49% via a social-media driven campaign. Waiting for the winner of the Charles/Hillis matchup will be Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers or Patriots fan-favorite Danny Woodhead.
All 32 teams were featured when the tournament began March 21st.
Charles led the NFL by averaging 6.38 yards per carry last season and combined with WR
With a career rushing average of 6.05 yards per carry, Charles owns the highest mark of any NFL running back totaling more than 300 rushing attempts. Bo Jackson ranks a distant second at 5.40 yards per carry over the course of his four-year NFL career.