Week 2 NFL Power Rankings - 1-32 poll, plus each team's best rookie debut
24. Washington Football Team (1-0) - Best rookie debut: DE Chase Young
Young had one of the best debuts of any rookie in Week 1. Young recorded 1.5 sacks, forced a fumble and had a quarterback hurry. He also played the run well, once splitting a double-team to emerge for a stop. Young's presence was felt whenever he was on the field. He didn't always have success, but he did make a big impact and helped set up others to make plays. It's not just his burst; it's also his balance. He'll be good for a long time. -- John Keim
Pro Football Focus confirms what Washington fans know: Chase Young is a monster | RSN
Anybody that watched Washington's win over the Eagles on Sunday saw that while Chase Young might be a rookie, he's already performing at a freak level on the NFL field.
Marcus Spears: "Be Careful if U Fall Behind, U may not Have Your QB the Following Week" | Washington Football
Marcus Spears is out here trying to warn 'em about that Washington Defense!
How does Washington RB Peyton Barber's Week 1 impact his fantasy value? | RSN
Week 1 for the Washington Football Team was filled with surprises. Obviously, scoring 27 unanswered points to pull off a win against the Philadelphia Eagles is at the top of the list.
Ryan Kerrigan has found his old form; could he be Washington's first All-Pro in decades? | Professional Sports | richmond.com
The last time Washington had a player on the AP's All-Pro first team was punter Matt Turk, in 1996.
Former Washington TE Vernon Davis impresses in 'Dancing with the Stars' debut | RSN
Following his retirement in the offseason, former Washington tight end Vernon Davis traded in his football cleats for some dancing shoes, joining the newest Dancing with the Stars cast for 2020.
After Giants loss, it's official: The Ron Rivera Era couldn't have started any better | RSN
The Giants' loss on Monday night to the Steelers clinched it: The Washington Football Team's first regular season week under Ron Rivera couldn't have unfolded any better.
Hakeem Butler or not, Washington knows they need help at WR | RSN
Washington needs help at wide receiver, and while the front office and coaching staff might not admit it, numbers tell the truth.