Five Things to Watch: Panthers at Washington

  • By cvbizz
  • December 26, 2020
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If that’s all you do, Chinn has made a compelling case.

He leads all rookies with 100 tackles, has two defensive touchdowns, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries, along with an interception.

He’s also a second-round pick from Southern Illinois playing off the ball on a 4-10 team that hasn’t gotten (or deserved) that much national attention, and he has more chances to make tackles because the Panthers’ defense hasn’t been great at getting off the field this year (30th in the league in third-down percentage).

Washington defensive end Chase Young, on the other hand, was the second-overall pick from Ohio State, playing on a top-five defense for a major-market team that could clinch the NFC East title Sunday.

And it’s not that Young is some slappie, as he’s proven to be the kind of impact rusher you can build

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