Former Georgia running back Nick Chubb enjoyed the best performance of his rookie season so far, as a member of the Cleveland Browns in their 28-16 win over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.

Chubb rushed for 176 yards and 20 yards with one score, and added 3 catches for 33 yards and a touchdown as well as the Browns dominated.

Most notably, Chubb broke a record for the longest run in franchise history with his 92-yard touchdown midway through the third quarter, giving the Browns a 28-10 lead.

Here is was Chubb had to say after the best performance of his young NFL career:


“Great job up front” said Chubb, “those guys blocked hard this whole game. It was wide open, I was running through and I see just a safety left, and after that I see (Antonio) Callaway blocking a corner, he did a tremendous job of that, he always does.

“After that it was wide open to the house.”

The former second round pick acknowledged the rich history of running backs the Browns’ organization boasts as well.

“I’ts definitely very special, just being in this place with so much history and so many other great running backs” said Chubb.

To be a part of it and breaking records, it’s a great feeling.”

Now at 3-6-1, the Browns can take this win into Week 11, when they will sit out with a bye.