Chuba Hubbard will be entering his second year in the league in 2022. He had his moments last year in place of an injured Christian McCaffrey but after Ameer Abdullah was signed in Week 7, Hubbard had eight catches over the final 10 games of the season. His involvement may change in 2022 but whenever McCaffrey is healthy he has not seen much of a respite from game action. Hubbard will also battle veteran D'Onta Foreman who revived his career after an Achilles injury severely lessened his role in 2018. A promising 2021 second half with Tennessee, after Derrick Henry injured his foot, led Foreman to a contract with Carolina in the offseason. Foreman, at 6'0, 233 pounds, is a bigger option than Hubbard who also could see goal line work.
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Chuba Hubbard's percentile rank in each category, among s with more than 50 fantasy points.