Kansas City Star reporter Adam Teicher told Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk that he feels Kansas City Chiefs running backs Peyton Hillis and Jamaal Charles could be working in a 50-50 timeshare. More specifically, he said the carries split will be "pretty close" between the two backs. The Chiefs previously have said they want to get both backs a total of over 500 touches. The Chiefs ran just over 1,000 plays last season so it's certainly possible if they stay healthy.
With no clear leader, Hillis would presumably be a fantasy steal if he manages to earn 250 or more touches. That's a big stretch though. The Chiefs would have to be a rather dominant team to rely so heavily on their running game and take many leads in the second half (since if they were behind, they'd have to pass more). If someone could guarantee that Charles would also see at least 250 touches, then he could certainly return to his former elite status as a top fantasy back.