Chris Harris: Bradley Chubb looks like a young Khalil Mack

AP

Before he was picked in the first round by the Broncos, Bradley Chubb said that his goal as a football player was to put Von Miller and Khalil Mack into one package.

Chubb hasn’t played a snap in the league yet, but one of his teammates believes he’s well on his way to realizing at least half of that goal. Cornerback Chris Harris said on Sirius XM NFL Radio with Alex Marvez and Gil Brandt that he sees signs of Mack when his rookie teammate is on the field.

“Oh, man, he has all the tools,” Harris said. “He kind of looks like a young Khalil Mack. Big, he’s around 280, around there. He can move, so I see him being all over the field. I think he’ll start. He’s been able to be that big of an impact player in OTAs, so I think he’ll start next year across from Von, for sure.”

Asking any rookie to be a Mack/Miller combo is a daunting task. Thanks to Miller’s presence on the other side of the defense, the Broncos should be in good shape as long Chubb continues to draw comparisons to the Raiders star.

17 responses to “Chris Harris: Bradley Chubb looks like a young Khalil Mack

  1. The Browns went for ‘need’ and at least they admitted it. Rarely does anyone admit it.

    If Chubb is great and Ward is not so great then the honesty can save some face might change that philosophy. It was refreshing for them to be honest. Kind of anti NFL…

  2. The Browns went for ‘need’ and at least they admitted it. Rarely does anyone admit it.

    If Chubb is great and Ward is not so great then the honesty can save some face might change that philosophy. It was refreshing for them to be honest. Kind of anti NFL…
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    So the Browns are doing this new thing where they admit their stupidity and lack of understanding for how to draft well. You can draft for need at QB, but after that take the best player available. Injuries always happen, don’t take a lesser talent and leave an All-Pro on the board due to need.

  3. @broncospianoman-You just nailed why Cleveland never gets better even after being handed all the high draft picks they would ever need to rebuild their roster for success.

  4. Kills me to say it but I think the Donkos got a steal when they landed Chubb to go along with Miller…..
    The Brown continue to be one of the most jacked up organizations in the NFL…..What were they thinking??!!??

  5. backintheday99 says:
    June 28, 2018 at 10:10 am

    The Browns went for ‘need’ and at least they admitted it. Rarely does anyone admit it.

    If Chubb is great and Ward is not so great then the honesty can save some face might change that philosophy. It was refreshing for them to be honest. Kind of anti NFL…

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    or maybe they mixed up the chubb’s and thought they were getting the good one hahahaha

  6. taintedsaints2009 says:
    June 28, 2018 at 10:14 am
    A year ago the broncos were hyping Paxton lynch…so…

    Good one. Everyone else heard them say that Paxton would be competing for the starting job. This is what happens when a generation studies for their homework using YouTube instead of reading, lack of comprehension.

  7. A year ago the broncos were hyping Paxton lynch…so…

    Good one. Everyone else heard them say that Paxton would be competing for the starting job. This is what happens when a generation studies for their homework using YouTube instead of reading, lack of comprehension.

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    Huh? How can you evaluate a player by reading? Don’t you need to watch the game and judge for yourself…? Sounds like an old man on a soap box behind the taintedsaints2009 handle. “BACK IN MY DAY….WHICH WAS BETTER I MIGHT ADD….”

  8. The Broncos won the SB on defense. Elway can’t draft a QB to save his life. This was a great pick by the Broncos. If Case Keenum can play like a top 16 QB and the defense gels, the AFCW will be a fun division to watch. I’m betting 3 game separate first and last place in that division.

  9. “Asking any rookie to be (part of) a Mack/Miller combo is a daunting task.”

    The “part of” that you omitted is a pretty important part of that sentence, don’t you think?

    Also, being part of a Mack/Miller combo is a “daunting task,” no question, but asking someone to be part of a Mack/Miller combo is easy, not daunting in the least.

    Sentence composition is crucial. You might want to try it!

  10. broncospianoman says:

    Huh? How can you evaluate a player by reading? Don’t you need to watch the game and judge for yourself…? Sounds like an old man on a soap box behind the taintedsaints2009 handle. “BACK IN MY DAY….WHICH WAS BETTER I MIGHT ADD….”

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    Point proven….Knight to King 4

  11. Keenum is better than Manning was his last year when the Broncos won the Super Bowl. The difference? Denver had a better defense…..this improves them immensely and the offense is better than the SB offense. They have a decent shot.

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