Chase Young stuffs Joe Burrow at goal line on wildest play of NFL season


Just remember this: Chase Young made the play to stop a Cincinnati Bengals touchdown.

But it took a lot of weird things to happen first before the correct ruling was made. The result: The No. 2 pick from the 2020 NFL Draft got the better of the No. 1 pick.

To set the scene: The Bengals went for it on fourth-and-goal from the 3 and quarterback Joe Burrow scrambled to his right and looked like he was going to score a game-tying touchdown. That is until Young came and delivered a giant hit.

But then the officials had to make a call: The play resulted in a safety, but the Bengals committed an offensive holding penalty. So it was part good for Washington and part bad?

Then the officials went to replay review.

But then the ruling changed in Washington's favor.

What a weird call, but still a fantastic play from the rookie.