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Author: Jon Kuzma
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Let’s make one thing perfectly clear and that’s the fact that Bradley Chubb was outstanding as a rookie. Chubb recorded 12 sacks a year ago and overpowered most of the offensive tackles he went against. But last night Chubb looked a couple leagues above the player we’ve seen in the past.
During the first quarter the 49ers couldn’t even slow Chubb down let alone stop him. On one play Joe Staley left a opening inside and Chubb swam underneath for a sack. Then later on in the game he disengaged a blocker and stripped-sacked C.J Beathard. It’s his progression that is blowing us away and now Bradley Chubb is good enough to lead the NFL in sacks. Which is what John Elway had in mind when the team selected Chubb in the 1st round of the 2018 Draft. Some guys take a little bit before becoming this good but last year we got a sample of how much potential the North Carolina State alum has. With how well things are going for Chubb after only one season it’s very possible that he’ll become one of the next great pass rushers and maybe even a future Hall of Famer.
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Make no mistake about it Bradley Chubb could be the most improved player in football.