No 1. Running backs
With star running back Nick Chubb leading the way for the Browns in the backfield, the Browns already have one of the top backs in the entire league. From not getting many chances early in his career due to poor coaching, every single time he was given an opportunity he had to deliver, and he did just that.
Chubb was almost a 1,000-yard rusher in his rookie year as he ran for 996 yards as well as 8 touchdowns. Last year and with a poor offensive line, he tore that mark apart. Chubb ran for 8 touchdowns again, but this time totaled a whopping 1,494 yards on the ground.
Cleveland’s star running back also had 36 receptions for 278 yards last year, making him a more versatile back as well. If there is one thing I think many Browns fans can agree on, it is that making Chubb a life long Brown would be an amazing thing for this organization to do.
Just when you thought the Browns couldn’t get any better, they took a chance and signed former Chiefs back Kareem Hunt, who was already on thin ice with the league after his incident a while back. After being suspended the first eight games, Hunt had a very positive impact on the field last season.
While he only rushed for 179 yards, he had 285 through the air and was able to get out in the open field and block as well. Hunt is a near-perfect complement to a ground-and-pound back like Chubb, as he can do just about everything on the field.
If Hunt continues to stay out of trouble, keep his head down and return to his form from the Chiefs, lookout. The Browns will be ready to explode in 2020, using every single weapon on their roster.