Chase Young comes up with clutch goalline stop on fourth down for Washington
During the first half of the Washington-Steelers game, former Ohio State standout Chase Young made an incredible play to stop the Steelers on fourth down.
Pittsburgh had the ball at around the six-inch line and Young was able to shed a block from tight end Eric Ebron and stop running back Benny Snell in the backfield.
A replay of the play can be found here:
CHASE YOUNG WITH THE STOP 🛑 @youngchase907 @WashingtonNFL
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— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) December 7, 2020
Pittsburgh was trying to make it 14-0 at the time but the No. 2 overall pick in this year’s draft just wasn’t having it.
After that stop though, Pittsburgh was able to get the ball back after Washington went three-and-out and they ended up making it 14-0.
The game is currently in the second half as Washington trails the Steelers 14-3. We’ll have to see if Young can make another outstanding play as the game goes on.
Entering Monday’s action, Young has posted 4.5 sacks, five QB hits, two forced fumbles, and 27 total tackles as a rookie. He is looking like a young, great addition to the defense for the Washington Football Team.
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