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Sep 22, 2022 23 113 4.9 36 1 17
Sep 18, 2022 17 87 5.1 22 3 28
Sep 11, 2022 22 141 6.4 25 0 14

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2022 341 5.50 4 4 28
2021 1259 5.52 8 1 20 174 1 19413.9
2020 1067 5.62 12 1 16 150 19115.9
3y Avg. 1273 5.33 9 2 24 201 0 19714.1
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Eclipses century mark in win

    Chubb rushed 23 times for 113 yards and a touchdown and failed to bring in his only target during the Browns' 29-17 win over the Steelers on Thursday night. The highlight of Chubb's night against a Steelers defense that did a good job containing him in both 2021 matchups was a 36-yard run in the first half, as he was held to 77 yards on his 22 other carries. However, the veteran back was effective when needed for the most part, and he's now encouragingly logged 62 carries over his first three games. Chubb will get some time to rest after that early robust workload before facing the Falcons in a Week 4 road matchup a week from Sunday.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Three TDs in shocking loss

    Chubb rushed 17 times for 87 yards and three touchdowns while catching all three of his targets for 26 yards in Sunday's 31-30 loss to the Jets. After watching Kareem Hunt score twice last week, Chubb capped Cleveland's first drive of Week 2 with a four-yard touchdown run. Chubb scored again from seven yards out in the fourth quarter to break a 17-17 tie, then seemingly put the game away with a 12-yard touchdown run just after the two-minute warning. A missed Browns PAT followed by a touchdown-onside kick-touchdown sequence for the Jets produced a miracle New York comeback, but while Browns fans will be heartbroken, Chubb's fantasy managers can celebrate one of the top performances of the young season. Chubb has gotten 20-plus touches in each of Cleveland's first two games and should see another heavy workload Thursday against the Steelers.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Spectacular day on ground

    Chubb rushed 22 times for 141 yards and secured his only target for two yards in the Browns' 26-24 win over the Panthers on Sunday. Chubb enjoyed one of his trademark workhorse performances to open the season, consistently ripping off gains against the Panthers' front throughout the afternoon. Chubb's longest run was a relatively modest 25 yards, underscoring how effective he was on a carry-to-carry basis. While backfield mate Kareem Hunt flashed with a rushing and receiving touchdown apiece, Chubb naturally retains no shortage of fantasy value heading into a Week 2 home matchup against the Jets next Sunday.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: DNP on Saturday

    Chubb didn't play in Saturday's preseason game against the Bears, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. It comes as no surprise that both Chubb and Kareem Hunt logged no action during exhibition season with the ground game taking on more importance considering quarterback Deshaun Watson must serve an 11-game suspension to begin the campaign. In Watson's stead, Jacoby Brissett will be under center, putting a lot of the onus on Chubb and Hunt to fuel the Browns offense. Throughout his four-year career, Hunt has averaged 17.2 touches for 96 yards from scrimmage per game while scoring 39 touchdowns in 58 contests.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Not in line to play Sunday

    Chubb is not in line to play in Sunday's preseason game against the Eagles, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. The same applies to Jacoby Brissett, Deshaun Watson, Amari Cooper, Myles Garrett and Jadeveon Clowney, with Chubb's next chance to suit up for preseason action arriving Saturday against the Bears.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Not slated to play Friday

    Chubb isn't in line to play in Friday's preseason game at Jacksonville. The same goes for fellow running back Kareem Hunt. Meanwhile, the Browns are expected to have new quarterback Deshaun Watson in the starting lineup, so he won't have the team's top two RBs at his disposal. Instead, D'Ernest Johnson, Demetric Felton, Jerome Ford and John Kelly will occupy the Browns backfield Friday.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Looking ready for Week 1

    Chubb participated Tuesday in the first fully padded practice of Browns training camp, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Apart from the wide receivers, Cleveland's offense is in good health as the intensity ratchets up at training camp. Chubb is in search of a fourth straight 1,000-yard season, and while he'll have to deal with Jacoby Brissett taking snaps under center for the first six weeks of the season if Deshaun Watson's suspension is upheld, the talented back will then get his first opportunity to play alongside a high-level starting quarterback in the NFL. That might mean a bit less emphasis on the run game, depending how things shake out with the Browns' receiving corps and defense, but it could also lead to more red-zone trips and less defensive attention directed toward stopping Chubb. First comes the Brissett era, which should be marked by an emphasis on Chubb and fellow running back Kareem Hunt.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Efficient in limited action

    Chubb rushed nine times for 58 yards and brought in his only target for two yards in the Browns' 21-16 win over the Bengals on Sunday. Chubb predictably saw relatively limited action, and a bulk of his production against what was a much improved Bengals run defense this season came on a 35-yard scamper. The fourth-year pro finished with an impressive 1,259 rushing yards in 14 games, the second-highest tally of his career. With backfield mate Kareem Hunt (ankle) under contract through next season as well, Chubb figures to still operate as the primary early-down option for the run-heavy Cleveland attack in 2022.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: No Week 18 injury designation

    Chubb (ribs/chest) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Chubb was limited at practice this week, but he'll be available for the Browns' season finale. Meanwhile, Kareem Hunt (ankle) is listed as questionable for the contest and D'Ernest Johnson is currently on the reserve/COVID-19 list. While Chubb is slated to be out there this weekend, it remains to be seen if he'll log his customary workload with Cleveland out of the playoff picture. In that context, the team could give Demetric Felton added backfield touches in Week 18.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Limited in second straight practice

    Chubb (ribs/chest) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Chubb's limited listing marks no change from Wednesday, though Cleveland held a more traditional practice Thursday as opposed to a walk-through session two days earlier. Though Cleveland is eliminated from playoff contention and thus doesn't have much at stake Week 18, Chubb still should get the green light to play so long as he isn't well below 100 percent. That being said, the Browns could look to be conservative with his workload, especially if Kareem Hunt (ankle) is available to return from a three-game absence to help pick up some of the slack out of the backfield.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Listed as limited to start week

    Chubb (ribs/chest) is listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Chubb was noticeably absent for stretches of Monday's 26-14 loss to Pittsburgh, with head coach Kevin Stefanski noting afterward that the running back got banged up early in the game. The 26-year-old still managed 12 carries for 58 yards and took snaps into the fourth quarter, so he'll likely aim to give it a go this Sunday against the Bengals. Case Keenum will replace Baker Mayfield (shoulder) under center for the season finale.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Plays through rib issue

    Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski acknowledged after Monday's 26-14 loss to the Steelers that Chubb played through a rib injury during the contest, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "He got a little banged up with a rib injury," Stefanski said of the running back. "He was able to play through it, but he needed some rest." Chubb suffered the injury early on in the contest, which may explain why he earned just 12 touches, his second-lowest total of the season. Though Stefanski downplayed the health concern after the game, Chubb's status will bear monitoring as the Browns head into their season finale this Sunday against the Bengals. Since Cleveland has already been eliminated from playoff contention, the team could take a cautious approach with the star back and limit his workload or withhold him entirely from a mostly meaningless Week 18 game.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Scores TD in Monday's loss

    Chubb rushed 23 times for 91 yards and a touchdown while catching his only target for two yards in Monday's 16-14 loss to the Raiders. Chubb was bottled up early on but got going in the third quarter after a fumble recovery by the defense set the Browns up in Raiders territory. The running back then ripped off a 24-yard run -- his longest of the game -- and followed it up with a four-yard touchdown run three plays later. Chubb also had a would-be 11-yard touchdown run called back on a penalty in the fourth quarter. The Browns took a 14-13 lead by scoring on that drive anyway, but Chubb failed to pick up a first down on the ensuing drive when they had a chance to salt the game away, and the Raiders ended up kicking a game-winning field goal as time expired. As long as Cleveland doesn't fall behind by too much too quickly against the Packers in Week 16, Chubb should see another hefty workload on the ground, regardless of whether fellow running back Kareem Hunt (ankle) -- who is on the reserve/COVID-19 list in addition to being injured -- is ready to play.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Browns-Raiders moved to Monday

    Chubb and the Browns will no longer play the Raiders on Saturday, after the NFL officially rescheduled the matchup between the two teams for Monday at 5 p.m. ET. Due to ongoing COVID-19-related issues within the Cleveland organization, the NFL is hopeful that by delaying the game two days, the Browns will restore enough players from the reserve/COVID-19 list to alleviate depth concerns on the roster. With Kareem Hunt having landed on the list and also dealing with an ankle injury, Chubb could take on more passing-down work in addition to his normal duties as Cleveland's lead option on the ground.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Could get more work sans Hunt

    Chubb could have a clearer path to more passing-down and goal-line work Saturday against the Raiders with top backup Kareem Hunt (ankle) ruled out for the contest, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. After a five-game absence from Weeks 7 through 11 due to a calf strain, Hunt had appeared in both of the Browns' last two games. Though Hunt saw lighter snap counts in both contests than he had earlier in the season, his absence for Week 15 at least removes one possible obstacle in Chubb's way for more high-value work. D'Ernest Johnson has proven to be a capable change-of-pace option in the opportunities he's received this season and should have a role in the game plan, so Chubb could still struggle to get more than 70 or 80 percent of the offensive snaps this weekend. Chubb's season-high snap share (66 percent) came in last week's win over the Ravens, but Baltimore did a good job of bottling him up on the ground (17 carries for 59 yards) and as a receiver (three catches for six yards on four targets).
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Held in check

    Chubb rushed 17 times for 59 yards and caught three of four targets for six yards in Sunday's 24-22 win over the Ravens. Chubb was held in check despite teammate Kareem Hunt being forced to exit with an ankle injury early on. While Chubb managed more than his mere 39 scrimmage yards versus the Ravens in Week 12, Baltimore once again succeeded in stifling the Browns' star tailback. Following consecutive down performances by Chubb's standards, he'll strive to get back on track in Week 15 versus the Raiders, when Hunt's status could potentially impact his workload ahead of D'Ernest Johnson.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Ground game stuffed Sunday

    Chubb gained 16 yards on eight carries and caught two passes (four targets) for 23 more yards in Sunday's 16-10 loss to the Ravens. Chubb has been one of the NFL's top pure rushers this year, but his run of consistency came to a screeching halt Sunday. The Ravens were keen on bringing extra pressure and plugging potential rush lanes for the entire Cleveland rushing attack, as neither of the Browns' top two rushers were able to eclipse 20 yards for the first time this season. Kareem Hunt (leg) was held out at the end of this contest, so Chubb could be in store for heavy usage if his teammate is unable to return healthy from the upcoming bye week. Chubb averaged 17.3 carries and 109.3 rushing yards over the five-week span Hunt missed earlier this season.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Splitting with Hunt again

    Kareem Hunt (calf) was removed from injured reserve and is set to rejoin Chubb in the Cleveland backfield Sunday night at Baltimore, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Hunt's presence, or lack thereof, hasn't had much impact on Chubb's playing time or carry/touch totals this season, with the 227-pounder logging 47-to-57 percent snap share and 11-to-22 carries in each of his eight games. The Browns used D'Ernest Johnson (and sprinkles of Demetric Felton) to replace Hunt in Weeks 8, 9 and 11, while the largest workloads went to Johnson in the two games both Chubb and Hunt missed (Weeks 7 and 10). Hunt does pose slightly more of a threat to Chubb's touch count than the Johnson/Felton combo -- especially in the red zone -- but not enough to push Chubb out of fantasy lineups given his excellent track record of production and stable rushing workload.
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Tops 140 total yards in return

    Chubb carried the ball 22 times for 130 yards in Sunday's 13-10 win over the Lions. He added two receptions for 14 yards and a touchdown. Chubb returned from a one-game absence and matched his highest carry total of the season. He had six double-digit gains and progressively picked up more chunk yardage as the game moved along. Chubb also made his mark in the receiving game, posting his third multi-catch effort of the campaign as well as his first receiving touchdown since the 2018 season. He's now topped 100 rushing yards in four of his last five games, two of which came while he was sharing the backfield with Kareem Hunt (calf).
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  • Browns' Nick Chubb: Ready for Week 11 return

    Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski said Chubb (illness) looked good in his return to practice Friday and is good to go for Sunday's game against the Lions, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports. After testing positive for the coronavirus Nov. 9, Chubb was sidelined for the Browns' Week 10 loss to the Patriots, but he cleared all protocols and was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday. With Stefanski confirming that Chubb checked out fine from a conditioning standpoint during Friday's practice, the 25-year-old looks like he'll be ready to lead the Cleveland ground game Week 11. Because of Chubb's lack of recent practice reps along with the fact that the Browns will be heavily favored against the 0-8-1 Lions, Cleveland could be inclined to ease up on his workload a bit in his return to action while keeping No. 2 option D'Ernest Johnson involved in the game plan on the heels of a promising Week 10 start. Regardless, fantasy managers shouldn't have any reservations about including Chubb in lineups this week.
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