Everything about Chase Young suggests he isn't a rookie. The defensive lineman has been dominant on the field in his first season in the NFL, while recently being named one of the captains for the Washington Football Team.
But after Washington's playoff-clinching win over the Eagles Young may have shown his inexperience.
Don't poke the bear that is the G.O.A.T.
Running off the field in Philadelphia after clinching the NFC East, Young had a message for Washington's playoff opponent.
Young and his team are slated to take on Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Wild Card round of the NFL playoffs Saturday night, with Washington hosting the game thanks to winning their division.
It doesn't appear a great time to taunt Brady considering how well the 43-year-old is playing, having thrown 20 touchdowns with a 110.0 passer rating in the last seven games.
In the Bucs' regular season finale Brady threw for 399 yards with four touchdowns in Tampa Bay's rout of Atlanta.
But this game is something the youthful Young, Washington's most dominant defensive player on a stout defense, has been looking forward to for a while.