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Cleveland Browns rookie running back Nick Chubb made the most of his three carries in Week 4 against the Oakland Raiders. Chubb finished with 105 yards and two touchdowns in the game. He turned in one of the plays of the game when he ripped off an impressive 63-yard touchdown run down the right sideline in the second quarter of the game. Despite the big run, Chubb was still unable to unseat veteran Carlos Hyde as the Browns’ lead back, as Hyde went on to see 22 touches to Chubb’s three. The Cleveland coaching staff appears intent on letting Hyde see the bulk of the team’s carries, although it is possible Chubb may see a little extra work after his strong showing on Sunday. He will face off against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 5.