Washington Football Team defensive end Chase Young isn’t one to hold back his tongue, and Sunday night after the team defeated the Philadelphia Eagles to clinch the NFC East, his focus was rather clear.
Young, who is likely to walk away with the Defensive Rookie of the Year award for 2020, was heard shouting that he was “coming” for Brady, some early bulletin board material for Saturday’s NFC Wild Card game between Washington and Tampa Bay.
“Tom Brady! Tom Brady, I’m coming. I want Tom!” Young shouted as he made his way off the field.
Young had better be careful what he asks for. The 43-year-old Brady has been on fire the past few weeks as he’s helped the Bucs reach the postseason.
In his last seven games, he’s thrown 20 touchdowns, including four in each of his last three games. He closed the regular season with wins against the Falcons and the Lions.
Young had a monster first season with Washington, putting up 7.5 sacks in 15 games, with three fumbles recovered, one for a score, and four forced fumbles.
Washington and Young will get their shot at Brady Saturday, as they play host to the Bucs in the NFC Wild Card game in the nightcap at 8:15 p.m. ET on NBC.