Will Nick Chubb running the ball 350 times take the Browns to the top?

The Cleveland Browns goal is to get to the top of the mountain in the NFL. Is giving Nick Chubb the ball 350+ times the way to get there?

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Super Bowl LII: Philadelphia vs. New England

The New England Patriots would, once again, be part of an epic record-setting Super Bowl. The Philadelphia Eagles would join them in combining for the most passing yards in a Super Bowl with 1,151 yards. Nick Foles got the last laugh with the win, 41-33.

The Eagles were led by a tenacious pass-rushing machine defense and a gunslinger mentality from both coach and quarterback during the 2016-17 season. The running game ranked third in the NFL, with LeGarrette Blount at the top with 766 yards. Carson Wentz was on his way to winning an MVP until he was injured in game 13 and done for the year. Wentz finished the year with 3,296 yards and 33 touchdowns. Foles would finish the year and lead them to the Super Bowl win.

The Patriots' offense was again paced by Tom Brady's 4,577 yards and 32 touchdowns for the fifth-best passing attack in the NFL. The rushing game, even without Blount, finished 10th in the NFL with 1,889 yards. Former Brown Dion Lewis would pace the backfield with 896 yards.

Super Bowl LIII: New England vs. Los Angeles

The New England Patriots are back again for the fourth time on this list. This time they would take on the Sean McVay-led Los Angeles Rams at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. The Patriots would shut down the explosive Rams offense for a 13-3 win.

Tom Brady once again led the Patriots' passing attack with 4,355 yards and 29 touchdowns. The passing game ranked 10th in the NFL. They also had the fifth-ranked ground attack led by Sony Michel's best season with 931 yards. The team also had the seventh-best defense in points allowed at 20.3.

The Rams came in with the fifth-ranked passing attack and the second-highest scoring attack in the NFL. Jared Goff had turned his career around under McVay and was coming off the best season of his career with 4,688 passing yards and 32 touchdowns. L.A. slo had

the third-best running attack in the NFL. The incredible Todd Gurley led the ground game with 1,251 yards and 17 touchdowns. An epic offense that could not get it done in the Super Bowl.