The only way to stop Jamaal Charles, it seems, is to play him while he sits down.
Charles squared off against Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews recently in a Call of Duty: Onslaught challenge, and Matthews got the best of the Pro Bowl running back. It turns out Charles, who recorded a career-high 12 rushing touchdowns and 693 receiving yards for the Chiefs in 2013, isn't as unstoppable when he's in a chair.
But, as Charles told ThePostGame in an interview, Matthews may have had an unfair advantage.
After facing Matthews, Charles discussed some football-related topics, including the revised Pro Bowl format and his thoughts on whether the NFL should allow players suffering from a concussion to use medical marijuana.
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