7. Nick Chubb
Nick Chubb’s stock is basically like Apple at this point. It’s already sky high and shows no signs of decline.
Again, Chubb was the Browns best offensive skill player, as he ran for 124 yards on 22 carries for a Jim Brown-esque 5.6 yards per carry. Speaking of Brown, Chubb now has 12 career 100-yard rushing games, which is the second most by a Browns player through his first three seasons. Chubb only trails Brown, who had 19, according to the NFL.
There’s still plenty of time left for Chubb to get that record.
Kevin Stefanski got the memo about giving the rock to Chubb, who was far too much for the Bengals to handle. His backfield mate, Kareem Hunt had a nice game as well, running 10 times for 86 yards and a score.
The scary thing about Chubb? Having Hunt allows him to get some rest. At one point, Chubb got 30 minutes of real rest between the Bengals drive and Hunt shredding the defense in the second half.