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Chubb making his mark
Rookie running back Nick Chubb has been dominant since taking over the starting job for the Browns.
Receivers need to do a better job of holding on
Ward locking them down
On the defensive side of the ball, rookie corner Denzel Ward has shown lockdown potential. His 77.7 grade is tied for the 13th-best among qualifying corners.
The Browns’ pass-rush has struggled this season outside of standout defensive end Myles Garrett.
Dalton pushing the envelope
Andy Dalton has taken a high-risk, high-reward approach to the season and his numbers reflect that.
Green doing damage
The Bengals offense has sorely missed A.J. Green in the last few games.
Always the bridesmaid
Geno Atkins has been his usual, dominant self for the Bengals this year. The veteran interior defender’s 86.9 grade and 84.0 pass-rushing grade are both inside the top-ten among his position.
Dominant from the start
The Bengals have their own impressive rookie in second-round pick Jessie Bates. The rookie safety has produced an 83.2 overall grade (fourth), 81.0 run-defense grade (fourth), and an 80.8 coverage grade (seventh).