In a recent article, Bleacher Reports very own Brent Sobleski says Nick Chubb will the most unstoppable force in the NFL in 2020.
In a recent article from Bleacher Report, Brent Sobleski claimed that Chubb will in fact be the most unstoppable force in the entire NFL come time for the 2020 season to kickoff.
Remember when ex-Browns head coach Hue Jackson was giving all of the carries to Carlos Hyde instead of Chubb? Remember when he wasn’t getting enough carries early in his career when he should have been getting a lot more playing time? Yeah, me too.
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The statement “The Browns have ruined so many quarterbacks” is a very true statement. That said, at least a handful of those quarterbacks were rushed into playing and were not put in the right opportunities.
Outside of Chubb taking advantage of the limited carries he got early in his career, we can all be super thankful Hue Jackson got the boot so we could see Chubb and his full potential on display sooner rather than later.
In his rookie season with the Browns, Chubb rushed for just under 1,000 yards with eight touchdowns. This past season, he soared over that mark, once again rushing for eight touchdowns, but this time having 1,494 yards on the ground with a horrendous offensive line.
Chubb ranked second in the league in total yards, as well as evaded tackles with 96. While it seemed as though he didn’t get enough goal line carries, Chubb was actually third in the league with 12.
This analysis from Bleacher Report that Chubb will be the most unstoppable force is a very, very fair statement. With a much improved offensive line and weapons galore surrounding him, he is primed for another monster season leading the backfield unit for the Browns.
From doing one-legged box jumps to squatting the weight of a car, Chubb has been taking advantage of quarantine and getting after it in the weight room. Seemingly always the hardest worker in the room and the unspoken leader of the Browns offense, Chubb is getting ready for a big year and an even better season than what he put up in 2019.