Chubb generated 60 tackles, 12 sacks and two forced fumbles over 16 games in 2018. Arguably the brightest storyline amid a disappointing season for Denver was that the Broncos defense now has one of the best pass-rushing tandems in the league considering how fearsome Chubb and seven-time Pro-Bowler Von Miller proved to be in their first season together. Combining for 26.5 sacks, the pair figures to be a menace for opposing backfields for years to come -- and Miller's mere presence figures to make it difficult for offenses to key on the 22-year-old Chubb. Add in the fact that the defense figures to improve under new head coach Vic Fangio -- who coordinated the league's top scoring defense in Chicago last season -- and Chubb could conceivably build upon his rookie-year stat line in 2019.
Chubb recorded three tackles (all solo), including a sack, forced a fumble and recovered a fumble in Sunday's win over Cincinnati. Chubb's sack iced Sunday's game for Denver. He strip-sacked Bengals' quarterback Jeff Driskel with less than three minutes remaining and recovered the fumble himself. The sack gives Chubb 10 on the year, as he's routinely showcased the talent that made him the fifth-overall pick in April's draft. He'll look to continue his strong season into Week 14, when the Broncos face off against the 49ers.
Chubb posted seven tackles (four solo) and a sack in Sunday's 23-22 win against the Chargers. Chubb has at least half a sack in five-straight games now, as the rookie linebacker appears to be finding his comfort zone in the NFL. He has 7.5 sacks over that span and nine sacks overall, trailing the NFL leader by just 3.5. Chubb will look to continue his red-hot streak against the Steelers on Sunday.
Chubb recorded four tackles (two solo) and 0.5 sacks across 52 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs. Chubb only reached the quarterback once across his first five games but has taken off as of late, with 5.5 sacks over the last three weeks. There's a solid chance the streak continues Sunday, as the Texans have allowed 26 sacks on the season, tied for fifth-highest in the league.
Chubb made three tackles, two sacks and forced one fumble in Thursday's 45-10 win over the Cardinals. Chubb is proving his first-round pick status with five sacks in the last two games and 6.5 through seven contests this season. Von Miller, who lines up on the opposite side, notched two sacks as well, and the tandem will look to crack a tough Chiefs' offensive line in Week 8.
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