Washington Commanders having sackfest at Tommy DeVito’s expense

Imagine what Tommy DeVito’s Sunday would have been like if the Washington Commanders had not traded Montez Sweat and Chase Young.

The New York Giants’ quarterback was being manhandled by the Commanders in an NFC East game.

DeVito had been sacked 9 times for 45 yards in losses with the game early in the fourth quarter.

David Maye had a pair of sacks, KJ Henry and Jonathan Allen had 1.5 each, Jamin Davis, Benjamin St-Juste, Casey Toohill and Darren Payne each one.

Somehow, still, the Commanders trailed the Giants, 21-12, after DeVito connected with Saquon Barkley for a second TD pass. This scoring play happened in the fourth quarter. offered the fact Philadelphia had 14 sacks against the Giants in 1952.

Seven times teams accounted for 12 sacks. Three of those were by the Chicago Bears.

Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire