Look: Sony Michel Tired Of Browns Not Feeding Nick Chubb The Ball

Look: Sony Michel Tired Of Browns Not Feeding Nick Chubb The Ball

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Look: Sony Michel Tired Of Browns Not Feeding Nick Chubb The Ball


After an incredible day of football for former Georgia running back Sony Michel, it was time to relax and watch his college teammate Nick Chubb take the field.

The two former Bulldogs had big days in the NFL on Sunday, with Michel rushing for 125 yards and a touchdown, while Chubb had 105 yards and two scores.

However, Michel saw the ball a lot more than his friend Chubb, as the rookie in Cleveland only received three carries on the day.

Michel has had enough of the Browns limiting Chubb, who was taken with the 35th overall pick, as he expressed on Twitter.

Chubb became the first Browns player to rush for multiple 40+ yard touchdowns in a single game since Hall of Famer Jim Brown did it in 1964.

Even more so, out of the 1200+ times a player has rushed for 100+ yards and two scores in game, Chubb is the only one to do it in three or less carries. Let’s be real for a minute here, though. That stat is probably a little bit deceiving, considering if you have a player who is doing that well in a game, the coach usually allows that running back to carry the ball more than three times. (Subtweeting the Browns here.)

Catch my drift?

Give. Chubb. The. Ball.

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