Since Nick Chubb’s return, Hunt has stolen the show. Despite playing well with Chubb early in the year, Hunt has not returned to that level of production with Chubb back. In Chubb’s first game back, however, Hunt reached over 100 rushing yards. After that, though, it has been tough sledding for Hunt. The touches have still been there as he is averaging over 14 touches a game, but he has taken a back seat in production. On Monday night, the Browns offense will need both their one and two punch against a great Ravens rush defense. Hunt needs to have a good game and be a great change-of-pace back for Chubb if the Browns want to defeat Baltimore in primetime.