No preseason, no problem.
Former Ohio State defensive end Chase Young secured the first sack of his NFL career in Washington's season opener, and J.K. Dobbins reached the end zone twice in his first game with the Baltimore Ravens.
Young, who set the Buckeyes' single-season sack record last year with 16, needed less than one quarter in the NFL to record his first sack. The pass-rusher that went No. 2 overall in the 2020 NFL Draft used a spin move to get around Philadelphia Eagles left tackle Jason Peters and their running back before taking down quarterback Carson Wentz.
Young also forced a fumble on the play.
Chase Young already a problem. pic.twitter.com/jN35IAykLq— Eleven Warriors (@11W) September 13, 2020
Dobbins' first touchdown came in the second quarter of the Ravens' game against the Cleveland Browns, giving his team a 16-6 lead.
The second-round selection scored on an outside handoff to the left. Dobbins got the edge and dove through cornerback Terrance Mitchell's attempted tackle for six points.
J.K. Dobbins scores his first NFL touchdown. pic.twitter.com/tghUvS3EPX— Eleven Warriors (@11W) September 13, 2020
Dobbins scored again later from two yards out, giving him two touchdowns in his NFL debut.
Young and Dobbins are two of nine Ohio State rookies expected to make their NFL debuts this weekend.
Photos of Young and Dobbins: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports and Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports