|Chance of Injury in 2020:||37%|
|Chance of Injury per Game:||2.8%|
|Projected Games missed for 2020:||0.7|
Chubb followed up a strong rookie year with an even better sophomore campaign.
Playing 16 games once again, Chubb ranked 3rd among RBs in attempts (298) and 2nd in yards (1,494). Pretty impressive when you consider that, per Pro Football Focus, Cleveland’s O-line graded 29th in run blocking. His 3.0 yards after contact per attempt was stellar.
He added 8 rushing scores on the strength of 50 red zone carries — 4th most league-wide.
Chubb wasn’t a standout receiver (49 targets, 36 catches, 278 yards, 0 TDs), but he did enough to finish as the RB8 in PPR.
The Browns signed Kareem Hunt in February of last year. He went on to serve an 8-game suspension before joining the team.
The ultra-talented former Chief clearly impacted Chubb’s production. Check out these splits:
Chubb before Hunt:
-- 19.25 carries per game
-- 82.3% carry share
-- 4 games of 90+ yards
-- 4.0 targets per game
-- 11.7% target share
Chubb with Hunt:
-- 18 carries per game
-- 69.9% carry share
-- 5 games of 90+ yards
-- 2.1 targets per game
-- 6.4% target share
The receiving drop off really stands out. Over the final 8 games, Chubb exceeded 3 targets only once.
Now with a new coaching staff in town, how should we project Chubb’s 2020 role?
Here’s one thing we know: HC Kevin Stefanski love the run game. In his lone stop as an OC (2019 with Minnesota), the Vikings registered the 3rd highest run rate (50.5%). That translated to 476 attempts, or nearly 30 per game.
Dalvin Cook frequently stepped into a workhorse role, reaching 20+ touches 11 t…
|Oct 10, 2015||Non-NFL||Knee MCL Tear Grade 3||Chubb tore the PCL, MCL and LCL in his left knee. He also dislocated the knee and suffered cartilage damage.|