Should You Start or Sit Nick Chubb?
Now the paradigm has radically changed.
The Cleveland Browns made it official on Friday afternoon: They have traded running back Carlos Hyde to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The team's former starter received at least 14 carries in every game, while totaling 22 or more in three of six games.Читайте также: Winners and losers from Red Sox ALCS victory over the Astros
The first major trade of the National Football League season just happened. He's tough to bring down, good in pass protection and finishes his runs with a grinder's mentality. John Dorsey drafted him the second round to add an explosive and dynamic element to the backfield.
Johnson will return to his role of 2017, when he topped 1,000 yards rushing and receiving and led the Browns in touchdowns. He's scored five touchdowns this season, but is averaging a career-low 3.4 yards-per-carry, which is 0.5 yards worse than his previous career low set last season.
Hyde still dominated the carries; Chubb had only 16. That's something everyone from Johnson to offensive coordinator Todd Haley to my 69-year-old Browns fan mother in Vermilion has been clamoring for all season. If anything, this trade tells us that Fournette's injury may be more serious than we initially thought, and the Jags don't feel confident with backup T.J. Yeldon leading the rushing attack.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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