The Facts: Vikings running back Dalvin Cook turned in a star-making performance under new Browns HC Kevin Stefanski, so it's easy to surmise another sensational season for Chubb. That, in turn, begs the question of just how high the ceiling is for Chubb, who has churned out an amazing start to his career already. According to NFL.com, Stefanski's last year with the Vikings combined with Chubb's amazing start is ample reason for optimism that bigger autumns are ahead.
Diehards Line:Over his first two seasons, Chubb has rushed for 2,490 yards, which is the greatest start in Browns history, having run past the previous standard of Hall of Famer Jim Brown, who had 2,469 yards in his first two years. While the Browns were limping along in a 6-10 2019, Chubb was very much running strong for the majority of the campaign. Finishing the year with 1,494 yards, Chubb trailed only rushing titlist Derrick Henry (1,540 yards) and also ran off seven 100-yard games, which tied Ezekiel Elliott for tops in the league. Those 2,490 yards are third in the NFL over the past two seasons and further evidence that in just two seasons, Chubb has become one of the top backs in the league. Kareem Hunt is returning for a full season so perhaps that might limit Chubb's carries. Nonetheless, the prospects and hopes are high for Chubb in Year One under Stefanski. Little has slowed Chubb down over his first two seasons and Stefanski's arrival provides reason that things might actually speed up.