It was Nick Chubb's turn to keep the Browns rolling toward another NFL Rookie of the Week award.
Chubb earned his second of the season Friday, claiming the honor over teammate Baker Mayfield, Cowboys LB Leighton Vander Esch, Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny and Bears WR Anthony Miller. His victory gives Cleveland its seventh winner in just 10 weeks, marking the first time that's ever happened since the award was created in 2002.
The most wins in a season is 11, a distinction shared by the 2012 Redskins and 2017 Saints.
Chubb, who took home the FedEx NFL Ground Player of the Week on Thursday, rushed for 176 yards, compiled another 33 through the air and scored two touchdowns in the Browns' 28-16 win over the Falcons. Chubb's 92-yard touchdown run in the third quarter was the longest in Browns history, beating out a 90-yarder by Bobby Mitchell.
Since he took over as the Browns' starting running back in Week 7, Chubb has amassed 406 rushing yards, 48 receiving and a combined four touchdowns. On the season, he has 579 yards and six total touchdowns. Thanks to three long touchdown runs, he's averaging a whopping 6.2 yards per carry.
The Browns' seven Rookie of the Week awards have been split among three players. Mayfield won it three times (Weeks 3, 7 and 9) and cornerback Denzel Ward has two (Weeks 1 and 5). Chubb's previous victory came after he rushed just three times for 105 yards and two touchdowns Week 4 against the Raiders.