Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Nick Chubb
- Nick Chubb had an incredibly efficient rookie season in 2018 for the Browns.
- Ian Hartitz analyzes Chubb's fir in Cleveland's offense and where he should be taken in drafts.
We’re in the thick of the NFL offseason and it’s officially time to start fantasy football prep. I’ll be answering the biggest questions heading into the 2019 season; this is part of that series.
The Cleveland Browns are everybody’s favorite dark-horse contender entering the 2019 season.
Sure, their defense and offensive line might not be the most-proven units in the world, but the copious amount of explosive playmakers at Baker Mayfield’s disposal gives them a similar preseason vibe as the 2018 Chiefs.
One of the key cogs in what has the looks of one of the league’s better offenses is second-year running back Nick Chubb. What follows is a breakdown on just how good Chubb was as a rookie along with an analysis on his fantasy football value entering the 2019 season.