Chubb finished as the No. 9 running back in half-PPR despite playing only 12 games. (He had the No. 6 per game average.) In 2019, he was the No. 7 fantasy back. He consistently ranks among the top at his position in PFF rushing grade (fourth), yards after contact per attempt (sixth) and broken tackles per attempt (sixth). There are only two concerns with Chubb: 1) he doesn’t catch many passes (just 16 in 12 games last season, though he had 36 catches the year before, so he’s capable), and 2) the presence of Kareem Hunt caps his upside. Still, given Chubb’s rushing prowess, Kevin Stefanski’s efficient running game, and the Browns’ elite offensive line, he’s a rock-solid pick in the first round.