Until the Redskins land on the clock during the 2020 NFL Draft, a majority of the talk surrounding the franchise will focus on what the team should do with the No. 2 overall pick.

Recently, much of the debate has related to whether Washington should take defensive star Chase Young or potentially grab quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. For most of the offseason so far, Young has seemed like the trending selection due to his absurd physical skills and the impact he would make on the Redskins defense. Additionally, it looked as if Washington wouldn't be in the market for a quarterback with Dwayne Haskins set to enter Year 2.

That has since changed as Tagovailoa's stock continues to rise as injury concerns lessen. That decision is not a lock either, but Washington and Ron Rivera continue to say they are open to exploring all options. As of now, that looks like it could come down to a dominant pass rusher or talented passer. As the Redskins continue to evaluate and look for the right choice, Young may have found a way for them to get both.

Draft him, and then put him under center.

Young can be seen on Tuesday participating in a passing drill during a workout. Moving on the run, he fires a strike directly into one of the targets on the net. While the form could use a little work, Young showed his ability to be accurate on the run. In the age of mobile quarterbacks, what more could you ask for?


Okay, so maybe Young being a two-sided star is a little bit of a stretch. Maybe this doesn't solve the draft dilemma quite yet. But, if the Redskins do decide to go with Young, the chance that we see him in some offensive packages is a dream that can live on.

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