Nick Chubb crossed the 100-yard threshold, rushing 19 times for 112 yards, to be exact. This marks the fourth time Chubb’s crossed the century mark, and the first time he’s done it in consecutive weeks.
Jim Brown‘s team rookie rushing yard went down in Week 16, as Chubb’s 972 surpassed the Hall of Famer’s with one week to play. Consider that Brown needed 202 carries to get the mark and Chubb only needed 183 attempts.
It’s just seems crazier when you consider Chubb didn’t even start getting regular carries until Week 7. Until that week, he had 16 rushes combined.
He had a long of 22 against the Bengals and didn’t rip off any spectacular runs, but I think that goes to show how good he really was.
He seemed to get better as the game went on and it shouldn’t be forgotten that it was a cold day on the lake front.
Chubb put his head down, and ran though, which is exactly what you want from your AFC North running back.