His logic surrounds each back receiving at least 15 attempts per game into their respective career ypc. averages. The last duo to accomplish this feat was DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart for the Panthers in 2009 so it's not out of the question. It's no secret that new head coach Kevin Stefanski will be leaning heavily on the run-game and expects to use both backs though Hunt is expected to be more active as a receiver. Dynasty leaguers would much prefer Chubb receive the lion's share of carries toward having the monster season many have been expecting, but Hunt will loom large for one last year in Cleveland before becoming a free agent in 2021. Both Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt, DLF's RB10 and RB22 respectively, should have noteworthy seasons with material production in 2020, but will be diluted without injury playing a role.