CLEVELAND — With December having arrived, it's not just the end of the year that is near, but also, the end of the decade. And what a decade it's been for the Cleveland Browns.
In order to celebrate the 2010s, we're enlisting in your help to compile the Browns' All-Decade Team. Each day, we'll release a poll on Twitter asking you to vote for a particular position, in addition to sharing the previous day's result.
On Tuesday, you voted Nick Chubb the running back of the Browns' All-Decade Team for the 2010s. Below, you can vote for the team's wide receivers.
Despite being selected in the second round (35th overall) in the 2018 NFL Draft, Nick Chubb entered his rookie season third on the team's depth chart. But even with Carlos Hyde and Duke Johnson slotted ahead of him, it didn't take long for the Georgia product to prove he was capable of being something special.
After receiving seven total carries in Cleveland's first three games, Chubb showcased his breakaway speed with touchdown runs of 63 and 41 yards in the Browns' Week 4 loss to the Oakland Raiders. Although he ultimately never received more than three carries in any of Cleveland's first six games, his raw talent ultimately became too much to ignore as the Browns traded Hyde to the Jacksonville Jaguars just months after signing him to a free agent deal.
Despite starting just nine of the Browns' 16 games, Chubb rushed for 996 yards and 8 touchdowns, adding 149 receiving yards and 2 touchdown receptions in his rookie season. The 23-year-old has only built on that success in his second season in Cleveland and currently leads the NFL in rushing with 1,175 yards and 7 touchdowns through the team's first 12 games.
Other candidates for the Browns All-Decade Running Back included Peyton Hillis, Trent Richardson and Isaiah Crowell. But it was Chubb's combination of early production and undeniable promise that made him the most popular choice.
Next up, the candidates for the Cleveland Browns' All-Decade Wide Receivers:
Greg Little (2011-14)
Selected in the second round (59th) overall of the 2011 NFL Draft. Led the Browns in receptions and receiving yards as a rookie and in receptions again in 2012. Totaled 155 receptions for 1,821 yards and 8 touchdowns over the course of 48 games in three seasons with the team.
Josh Gordon (2012-18)
Selected by the Browns with a second-round pick in the 2012 supplemental draft. Set a franchise single-season record and led the NFL with 1,646 receiving yards during an All-Pro campaign in 2013. Ranks 16th in franchise history with 3,106 receiving yards, 27th in receptions (180) and 18th in touchdown receptions (16) following a suspension-plagued seven-year stint in Cleveland, where he missed the entirety of both the 2015 and 2016 seasons.
Andrew Hawkins (2014-16)
Signed as a free agent prior the 2014 season after three seasons with the Bengals. Led the Browns in receptions (63) and receiving yards (824) in 2014 and finished his three-season Cleveland career with 123 receptions, 1,424 receiving yards and 5 touchdown catches in 39 games.
Jarvis Landry (2018-present)
Acquired in a trade with the Miami Dolphins in March of 2018. Earned a fourth consecutive Pro Bowl selection in his first season with the Browns while leading the team in receptions (81) and receiving yards (976). Currently leads Cleveland in receptions (65), receiving yards (919) and receiving touchdowns (5) through the first 12 games of the 2019 season.