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Dynasty Decision: Nick Chubb

Is Nick Chubb a screaming buy in dynasty leagues? Or is it time to possibly move on?

Nick Chubb

We all know the pain of holding onto that stud player too long as their production evaporates and your once highly-priced asset is essentially worthless. There are also plenty of cases of players being sold expecting that decline only to go on defying the odds. This series will examine what you should do as players approach these decision points.

Nick Chubb, RB CLE

Since he entered the league, Chubb has been one of the best natural rushers in the NFL. However, primarily because of his lack of usage in the receiving game, he has never been a true fantasy superstar and has instead been a solid and reliable back-end RB1. However, Kareem Hunt has left Cleveland, creating a gap that could lead to Chubb being utilized in a complete three-down role. If that happens, it could lead to a significant uptick in his fantasy production.

So, should you be buying or selling him in dynasty?

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Dynasty Decision: Nick Chubb
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Johnny D
1 month ago

Overall, a pretty balanced piece. Chubb finished as RB6 last year in PPR. That’s a bit better than backend RB1. Interestingly enough, with Saquon’s “career year” last year, he had only 1 game over 32 points, same as Chubb. Saquon only had one more game 25 points more more. Chubb had two. They both had several 20’ish pointers. The point is, lotta folks think Saquon is so much more valuable because of his receiving points. Not so much. If I’m making a run this year, I’d still take Nick.

Patrick Martin
1 month ago

Between Chubb turning 28 at the end of the year and his career touch total exceeding 1,500 this year, it’s absolutely time to get out from a pure value standpoint. But if you’re trying to win it all in 2023 you have to roll with him. Just the cost of contending.

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