Chase Young of the Washington Soccer Team and his defensive teammates got off to a great start to their clash with brave cat and Buccaneers. But Young couldn’t make it to recess.
The Washington football team put on a stunning performance letting Brady and the Bucs lose their second game in a row on Sunday, but it felt like a loss after losing to Young.
Young went down with a knee injury
The 22-year-old made the Buccaneers attack difficult in the first half. In what seems like an usual rushed journey, however, Young has come down with no apparent contact and that’s usually not good news. Check out the play below.
Seeing a player go down with little or no contact is not good to watch on the football field. The NFL’s Network Ian Rapoport reports that Washington head coach Ron Rivera confirms that Young is likely suffering a dreaded ACL injury.
Young’s knee seems to drop below him, which is often a sign of an ACL injury. Rapoport then reported that the team would await scans and tests on Monday before giving a definitive answer on Young’s injury.
Having spent the season 7.5 times in his rookie year, Young is expected to explode in his sophomore year and while he has only had 1.5 goals in the net this year, Young has had four in midfield. , 3 tackles and a total of 25 tackles.
It’s a painful injury for such a talented player, who likely won’t miss 12 months of competition if the ACL injury is confirmed. At just 22 years old, Young is one of the most disruptive hurdlers in the NFL, despite being only in his sophomore season.
It was a blow to the Washington Soccer Team as they scored a sensational victory over Tom Brady and the Buccaneers 29-16 on Sunday.
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Instead of celebrating the franchise’s stellar win, it left a sour taste in the mouth because the victory came at a significant price as Washington is believed to have lost its best defensive player in several months. .
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