Nick Chubb makes his first All-Pro team and is joined by Joel Bitonio and Myles Garrett as the Cleveland Browns selected to this year’s All-Pro Teams.
Three Cleveland Browns players found Friday the 13th to be a good day as it was announced by the Associated Press, the First and Second All-Pro Teams in the NFL this season.
Those three players were Joel Bitonio, Myles Garrett, and Nick Chubb. While the Browns 2022 season ended with disappointment, these three players have again gone to great lengths to help their team win games,
Cleveland Browns All-Pro: Nick Chubb, RB
Nick Chubb, in his fifth season with the Browns, earned his first All-Pro honors, being named to the second team. Josh Jacobs of the Los Angeles Raiders took first-team honors after winning the rushing title this year.
Chubb, the former Georgia Bulldog, finished with a career-best 1,525 yards rushing. He also ran in 12 touchdowns and caught one more touchdown pass. He now has a 5.0 yards per carry average over his career.
Jim, Brown, and Chubb are now the only two Cleveland Browns running backs in the history of the organization to rush for over 1,500 yards in a season. Chubb is climbing the ladder of the best to have a run the ball for Cleveland. He currently sits in the No. 4 spot historically right behind Mike Pruitt.
With 6,341 yards, he should pass Pruitt quickly in 2023. Then he will have his sights on Leroy Kelly, who gained 7,274 yards in his career. One of the more jaw-dropping statistics for Chubb in this run up the ladder is in the sheer quickness he’s climbing. He’s only played in 49 games in his NFL career, whereas Pruitt got his mark after 63 games with the Browns and Kelly played in 120 games.