Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star said that in a perfect world, the Chiefs would like to get the ball to running backs Jamaal Charles and Peyton Hillis 500-plus times combined (carries and passes).
He went on to say that, barring injury, the total touches between the two players should be pretty close.
Keep in mind that the Chiefs may not have an option to give the ball to the running backs 500+ times combined. That type of work is usually reserved for teams that spend a lot of time with the lead. However, Hillis is shaping up to be one of the better backup RBs in fantasy football, and is the obvious handcuff for Charles.