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^ProFootbalkFocus’s analysis of Chubb. He’s a incredibly strong runningback who does a great job of advancing passed the first hit. He has a very good elusive rating. He is a YAC machine.

Chubb’s not a great receiving back, but we have Duke Johnson for that.
 
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Yes because I've never heard of him or his research (and I follow this stuff), he looks like a guy in his basement and his website hasn't been updated in years.
Waldman is legit. He is well-regarded in the fantasy community and puts out an enormous (like well over 1,000 pages) rookie scouting report every season.

He may literally do it out of his basement, but he watches as much game tape as anybody. He may not always be right, but you can trust that he has done his homework.
 
Waldman is legit. He is well-regarded in the fantasy community and puts out an enormous (like well over 1,000 pages) rookie scouting report every season.

He may literally do it out of his basement, but he watches as much game tape as anybody. He may not always be right, but you can trust that he has done his homework.
Please tell me that it's his "moms" basement lol
 
Yes because I've never heard of him or his research (and I follow this stuff), he looks like a guy in his basement and his website hasn't been updated in years.

He puts out a Rookie Scouting Portfolio every year. It's good stuff.
 
Yea I don't see this at all. They are different players and will be used differently.

Yeah, if anything I think it indicates that Hyde will be the guy we're getting rid of after this year, as he's the guy Chubb is going to be competing with for first and second down touches. Duke will remain the third down and satellite back, and he can also be shifted to WR on some downs.
 
I think it's most likely that the Browns see why other teams opt for a RBC - running one tailback into the ground is the football equivalent of starting pitchers throwing complete games every time out.
 
I think it's most likely that the Browns see why other teams opt for a RBC - running one tailback into the ground is the football equivalent of starting pitchers throwing complete games every time out.

I hate it for fantasy football but it makes alot of sense for teams. You can ride the hot hand and there isn't a massive dip in performance when a guy goes down. For the Browns, it allows us to use Duke in more ways and not worry about saving him for backup RB duties.
 

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