The NFL's most underutilized players at every position

There are only so many chances in a game for a player to make his mark. So, who's taken the most advantage of his limited opportunities and should be in line for more?

Pro Football Focus grades every player on every play of every game. PFF picks players at every position -- except for quarterback, where the sample size is too small -- making an impact and grading out well in limited opportunities. These are the most underutilized players based on snap counts.

Running back

Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns

Overall grade: 91.3 | Offensive snaps: 33

The Browns' backfield is crowded, and while it's unlikely that Chubb will take much away from Duke Johnson in the passing game, there's a strong case to be made that he should be eating into Carlos Hyde's carries. Hyde is averaging just 3.4 yards per carry, with 2.3 of those yards coming after contact. As Chubb's three-carry, 105-yard performance against the Raiders suggests, he's more than capable of finding big plays. So far this season, four of his 16 carries have gone for 15-plus yards, and with that performance in a small sample, it's time for him to see more work.

Honorable mention: Aaron Jones, Green Bay Packers (82.1 overall grade, 68 offensive snaps)