Chubb is coming.

I keep telling ‘ya, the cherry on top of the Chubb hype sundae is inclusion on one of Phil Steele’s preseason All-SEC teams.  It’s almost a thing now.

Any thoughts on where Nick shows up?  I’m leaning third-team right now.


Filed under Georgia Football, Phil Steele Makes My Eyes Water

23 responses to “Chubb is coming.

  1. Billy Mumphrey

    Still not buying the hype. Not trying to be pessimistic, just realistic.


  2. Skeptic Dawg

    I do not expect Chubb to see the field until week 5 or 6. I find it very hard to believe that anyone is capable of overcoming that type of injury in less than a year. If Chubb returns at all this season, I do not expect him to look anything like his former self. All-SEC? Sadly, not even close.


  3. As I said before and I will say again, Chubb will have carries in the UNC game but it will solely be a North to South run between tackles to keep the defense honest. He will be ask to avoid cuts for a while and will get a game to game reevaluation.


    • Bright Idea

      How you gonna’ put Chubb in a game and “ask him to avoid cuts?” If that’s the case he’s not ready and should stay on the sideline.


      • Jared S.



      • Cousin Eddie

        that’s like asking Superman not to fly


      • 3rdandGrantham

        Reminds me of a ski trip I took some years back, in which a friend had a knee that would giving him problems before the trip (but never got it looked at). He was dying to ski and convinced himself that, as long as he stuck to the greens and blues, he’d be fine and would see the doctor after our return. Literally on his third run, he just falls over with your classic ACL tear symptoms which ended up being verified the next day.


    • JCDAWG83

      If Chubb can’t cut, he’s pretty much Brendan Douglas.


  4. Juan

    Chubb will rush for 1,400 yds and 22 TDs. Get ready boys


  5. AusDawg85

    WARNING: Headline NSFW! 😉


  6. Nate Dawg

    Come on Nick…come on Nick!!