Nick Chubb, the Browns' second-round pick out of Georgia, had his first career 100-yard game in Oakland, despite carrying the ball only three times. He scored on touchdown runs of 63 and 41 yards, the latter putting the Browns up 42-34 with 4:20 left in the game.
"Unbelievable,'' said Jackson. "He has to get some. Hyde is playing well, but this guy is scoring touchdowns from long ways away. I was impressed. I watched those two touchdowns on tape (Monday), and they were even better than they were on the field. He ran away from some people on the first one and ran away from some people on the second one. It just looked natural and easy. He was gone. They could not touch him.
"He made a guy miss, broke a tackle. It was impressive. We have good backs. We know that. Sometimes it is going to be hit and miss where some other guy is making it happen and then the other guy goes in and does it.''
Heading into the game, Chubb had only seven carries for 41 yards. On the season, he has only 10 carries compared to Carlos Hyde's 83. That will change, beginning Sunday against the Ravens, the story said. The story added the team will likely continue to use all three backs, but for Chubb to get more work it may mean Hyde loses some touches.