As with Myles Garrett, Nick Chubb is a current Browns player whose doing his work to improve his legacy in real-time. Unlike Garrett, Chubb is the exact opposite. Garrett is known for big grand displays of bravado, saying things better left unsaid and trying to encave another man’s skull with a blunt object.
Chubb is a blunt object, in the best possible ways. See, Chubb isn’t Garrett he’s not someone whose motivated by his feelings. In fact, besides winning, we don’t know what motivates Chubb. That’s what makes him so dangerous and scary. Why does he power through opposing players? Is it rage? Is it the competition? Does he even see the other players or does he think he’s running through the mud?
That type of unrelenting, Terminator-like vibe is what makes Chubb so dang scary. He’s not someone who gets rattled, he’s not someone who gets shook and he’s not someone who has a history of wilting. If he were Indiana Jones and a giant boulder came tumbling towards him, more than likely Chubb would shift his weight ever slightly, clip the boulder at the edge, break the arm tackle and score a touchdown.
Chubb with a ball in his hands may be the most horrifying sight of them all.