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CLEVELAND — Nick Chubb wasted no time giving the Cleveland Browns an early lead on the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
He weaved his way through the Pittsburgh defense — then ran through Steelers safety Minkah Fitzpatrick — to put Cleveland up 7-0 with a 47-yard touchdown dash.
Chubb had 61 yards on the opening drive, putting him over 1,000 yards on the season.
Chubb is the first Browns player to rush for a touchdown of 40-plus yards against the Steelers since Jim Brown scored from 48 yards out on Oct. 19, 1958, according to Elias.
The touchdown gave him 12 rushing scores for the year — the most by a Browns player since Leroy Kelly had 16 in 1968.
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