Chase Young records first career sack in NFL debut
Chase Young didn’t even need a full quarter in his NFL debut to record his first career sack at the next level.
Sunday, the Washington Football Team opened the 2020 season against the Philadelphia Eagles. On a 3rd-and-5 with 3 minute left in the first quarter, Young used a filthy spin move to get past the offensive lineman and was able to get to quarterback Carson Wentz.
Wentz also lost control of the football, but the Eagles were able to fall on it.
— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) September 13, 2020
Not a bad start to Young’s NFL career.
Young was a menace to opposing offenses while at Ohio State. In his final season with the Buckeyes, he totaled 16.5 tackles for loss, forced six fumbles and blocked a kick. Young was a Heisman Trophy finalist and was selected with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.
It didn’t even take Young a full quarter to prove he was the right selection for Washington. It appears to be the start of a promising NFL career.