The Cleveland Browns have finally started giving former Georgia RB Nick Chubb some more work in recent weeks, and it has been paying off in a big way.

On Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons, Chubb set a franchise record and turned in the longest play from scrimmage in the NFL this year, all on one snap.

As you can see in the video below, Chubb takes a second-and-10 handoff from his own 8-yard line and sprints 92 yards to the end zone:

The scamper was the longest touchdown run in Browns’ franchise history, and Chubb now has 163 rushing yards on the day.

The Browns should continue to increase his workload, as he is proving week after week that he can handle the extra touches.