In the final 10 games of last season, Chubb averaged 19.5 touches for 97 yards and 0.80 touchdowns. That works out to 15.5 points per game (half-PPR formats) which would have been good enough for the No. 10 per game average at his position. Chubb would be a no-brainer first round pick if not for the arrival of Kareem Hunt, who could be a headache once he returns from his eight-game suspension in Week 10. Owners who draft Chubb should expect excellent production for the first half of the season but need to be prepared for his numbers to take a small to medium hit down the stretch. The Duke Johnson trade improves Chubb’s outlook for the first half of the season.