Even if the Browns missed the 2021 playoffs, Chubb still finished with 1,259 yards and eight touchdowns.
That marks his third-straight 1,000-yard rushing season which could have been four if he made at least four more rushing yards during his rookie season.
His contributions helped Cleveland become the fourth-best rushing offense, averaging 145.4 yards per game.
Aside from his impressive numbers, Chubb is a certified beast after watching this video.
Nick Chubb squatting 675 lbs with ease 😳
(via zach.chubb/IG) pic.twitter.com/pAh8oWG98Q
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) May 9, 2022
Chubb made one squat while carrying 675 pounds of weight on his shoulders.
The people at the gym tried to assist him but he was able to complete the task without help and much to the delight of those in attendance.
If he can do this with ease, imagine what he can do on the field against defensive linemen and linebackers trying to tackle him.
While the All-Pro running back is already a huge asset for the Browns, he might have his best year in 2022 because of the team’s new additions.
Chubb Will Benefit From A Vastly Improved Browns Offense
It’s impressive that Chubb continues to rack up yards even if the defense already knows that the ball will likely go to him or Kareem Hunt.
If Watson can establish the passing game early, the defense will adjust and Chubb can run free to gain yards.
Watson will also strike a balance between rushing and passing plays to keep defenses on their toes.
Barring any injuries, the Browns should have a chance against their division rivals in the AFC North.