Chase Young is a playmaker.
It is as simple as that. Washington Football Team’s first-round pick makes plays and he crushed the San Francisco 49ers in the first half with a sack, forced fumble, deflected pass, a fumble recovery, and a touchdown.
Young’s fun time on Sunday started in the first quarter when the No. 2 overall pick was able to cut a rug after sacking 49ers quarterback Nick Mullens.
The sack came after Young dropped into coverage before he dropped the quarterback.
And here’s another look at Young’s moves.
Sack dances are great, but Young isn’t getting noticed because of his dancing moves. He is getting noticed because he continues to make plays.
And in the second quarter, the rookie did it again, forcing San Francisco RB Jeff Wilson Jr. to fumble.
Daron Payne jumped on the loose ball. The Turnover led to a field goal.
But Young wasn't done. After Alex Smith tossed an interception, Payne stripped Mullens and, who was there to scoop up the ball? Yup.
And then Chase Young took the fumble to the house.