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Old 01-09-2021, 03:47 PM   #31
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Re: The Chase Young Effect (Appreciation thread)

I few days ago I saw something saying Jefferson was the best rookie pickup, but we have
#2: Chase Young
#11: Kamren Curl
#13: Antonio Gibson
of all the rookies.

Sorry, I don't remember where I got it from, but they ranked the 25 best rookies.
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Old 01-09-2021, 04:27 PM   #32
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I think Jefferson and Herbert will split OROY, but it will be a close vote. Both of them had very impressive years.
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Old 01-10-2021, 12:18 AM   #33
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The Chase Young Effect (Appreciation thread)

Chase is excellent, but with a really good DL coach this offseason he could be GREAT next year. Right now he has ONE major pass rush move: a speed rush to try to get around the OT to the QB. Because he is so fast, this occasionally works. It worked great in college because he was so fast. If he used stunts with the DT or a swim move be wouldn’t so predictable. He would get more sacks. The good OT are just backing up and pushing him out and upfield. He’s taking to longest way to the QB. Sweat improved a lot his second season and I’m sure Young could too.

But for Chase to get to double digit sacks he’s got to diversify his pass moves!


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Chase is excellent, but with a really good DL coach this offseason he could be GREAT next year. Right now he has ONE major pass rush move: a speed rush to try to get around the OT to the QB. Because he is so fast, this occasionally works. It worked great in college because he was so fast. If he used stunts with the DT or a swim move be wouldn’t so predictable. He would get more sacks. The good OT are just backing up and pushing him out and upfield. He’s taking to longest way to the QB. Sweat improved a lot his second season and I’m sure Young could too.

But for Chase to get to double digit sacks he’s got to diversify his pass moves!


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Absolutely correct. He’s got a BiG time future and will be one of the greats but he does need some work of course.
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Old 01-10-2021, 09:26 AM   #35
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Any word on Chase’s knee?
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Old 01-10-2021, 10:17 AM   #36
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Any word on Chase’s knee?
His knee is fine, he just has a sprained ankle.
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His knee is fine, he just has a sprained ankle.
Ok. Looked like his knee when he walked off.
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Old 01-11-2021, 10:46 PM   #38
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Idk about you guys but I love seeing mic'd up videos. Love seeing and hearing what players are saying on the field. Love seeing them chatting up guys, giving and getting respect from opposing players. You can really see the energy Chase brings. He's got a bright future.
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https://www.nfl.com/news/washington-...ie-of-the-year

Washington DE Chase Young wins AP Defensive Rookie of the Year
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https://www.yahoo.com/sports/watch-c...141602358.html


Chase was on celebrity Family Feud Sunday ... rocking a huge diamond W

Winning the Chase Young sweepstakes by losing the giants in week 15 was sooooo clutch.
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Chase was on celebrity Family Feud Sunday ... rocking a huge diamond W

Winning the Chase Young sweepstakes by losing the giants in week 15 was sooooo clutch.
I was at that game, so drunk, and i just kept yelling we get CHASE YOUNG. Some NYG fans wanted to fight me, best lost ever!
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I was at that game, so drunk, and i just kept yelling we get CHASE YOUNG. Some NYG fans wanted to fight me, best lost ever!

Lol. My best friend is a Giants fan. He still is so pissed off they won that game. Haha.
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