College football fans got to know Nick Chubb very well during his time with Georgia.

He’s turned into a lethal ball-carrying weapon for the Cleveland Browns during his three seasons, part of the reason why Cleveland is making a serious threat toward ending a playoff drought that is coming up on 20 years.

During the Browns’ Week 11 game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Chubb showed once more why he is one of the NFL’s top running backs, taking out Eagles defensive end Joe Ostman with a ridiculous stiff arm during a 54-yard run to set up a Cleveland touchdown, putting them up 19-10.

Check it out below:

Here’s another angle, as Chubb simply and casually shoves Ostman to the ground:

With a win, the Browns would improve their record to 7-3, still  several games behind the Steelers for the AFC North lead but keeping themselves well in the hunt for a wild card berth.

If they end up holding on for a victory, they’ll have Chubb’s big run—helped by a brutal stiff arm—to thank.