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Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb turned in an impressive performance in Week 4 against the Oakland Raiders. Chubb saw just three carries but he managed to score two long touchdowns in his limited work. The rookie running back hasn’t seen much work through the first four games of the season as he has strictly played behind veteran starter Carlos Hyde. That being said, it will be hard for the Browns to ignore what he did with his limited chances this past week. Head coach Hue Jackson told reporters on Monday that the team needed to get Chubb more looks in the game. Of course, Jackson also told reporters a few weeks ago that he wanted to get the ball to Duke Johnson more often and that hasn’t come to fruition yet. Because of his questionable workload, Chubb remains a risky play in Week 5 against the Baltimore Ravens, but he should be owned in all leagues as a high-end handcuff.