College: Ohio State | Rookie
Height: 6'0" | Weight: 210 lbs
Birth Date: 9/15/1995
Depth Chart: WR1.1
2019 Bye Week: 10
Total Pts: 93.8
Avg Pts: 15.63
Rank: 16 WR
|Week 1||23.50||Terry McLaurin 125 receiving yds (12.50 pts)|
Terry McLaurin 5 receptions (5.00 pts)
Terry McLaurin 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Terry McLaurin 69 yd TD pass from Case Keenum
|Week 2||17.20||Terry McLaurin 62 receiving yds (6.20 pts)|
Terry McLaurin 5 receptions (5.00 pts)
Terry McLaurin 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Terry McLaurin 1 yd TD pass from Case Keenum
|Week 3||19.00||Terry McLaurin 70 receiving yds (7.00 pts)|
Terry McLaurin 6 receptions (6.00 pts)
Terry McLaurin 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Terry McLaurin 15 yd TD pass from Case Keenum
|Week 5||8.10||Terry McLaurin 51 receiving yds (5.10 pts)|
Terry McLaurin 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
|Week 6||26.00||Terry McLaurin 100 receiving yds (10.00 pts)|
Terry McLaurin 4 receptions (4.00 pts)
Terry McLaurin 2 receiving TDs (12.00 pts)
. . . Terry McLaurin 25 yd TD pass from Case Keenum
. . . Terry McLaurin 33 yd TD pass from Case Keenum
|Week 7||2.10||Terry McLaurin 11 receiving yds (1.10 pts)|
Terry McLaurin 1 reception (1.00 pts)
|Playoff Week 1|
|Playoff Week 2|
Washington Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin caught just one pass for 11 yards in Sunday's loss to the 49ers. The writing was on the wall for a tough matchup to begin with, while the incessant rainfall took the passing game almost entirely out of the equation for Washington. McLaurin will return to a more positive outlook in Week 8, though it should be noted that his next opponent is the Vikings on Thursday. Expectations should once again be tempered regarding the rookie's upside.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin has been his team's lone bright spot on offense in 2019, but he's about to face a 49ers Defense that has dimmed those bright spots on each and every one of its previous adversaries. The Niners create pressure on 33.9% of opponents' drop-backs, which is the second-best rate in the league. This will inevitably have Case Keenum scrambling for his life behind a shaky offensive line, in turn minimizing the amount of time he has to find his favorite target downfield. Only one quarterback has thrown for more than 200 yards in a game against San Francisco, and the 49ers haven't given up a touchdown pass in their last two games. McLaurin is a volume-based flex play at best in this matchup.
Washington's WR Terry McLaurin scored 26.00 fantasy points in Sunday's Week 6 win in Miami. McLaurin caught four passes for 100 yards with two touchdowns.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin caught two touchdowns in Miami on Sunday, and those scores just happened to make the difference in his team's first victory of the season. McLaurin has now caught a touchdown in all four games in which both he and Case Keenum have played. His final line for the day was four catches on seven targets for an even 100 yards. His two scores came on plays of 25 and 33 yards. Despite a string of tough defenses coming up on his schedule before a Week 10 bye, McLaurin's role as the clear number-one receiver in the Redskins offense is enough to consider him a flex play going forward. The connection between McLaurin and Keenum is just too strong to ignore.
Redskins' WR Terry McLaurin had 4 receptions for 100 yards with two touchdowns in Sunday's win in Miami.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin will have Case Keenum throwing him the ball again on Sunday, which bodes well for the former's fantasy outlook. McLaurin has reached double-digit fantasy points and scored a touchdown in each of the three games both he and Keenum started. The Dolphins have given up an average of 15 yards per catch to opposing wide receivers, along with six touchdowns. The Dolphins have routinely found themselves staring up at sizable early deficits, which has limited the overall fantasy production of the wide receivers they've faced as their opponents haven't been forced to throw a ton. If Miami can hang around on the scoreboard with anyone, it's Washington, so McLaurin could be looking at enough volume to return his fourth quality fantasy outing.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin hauled in three of seven targets for 51 yards in Sunday's lopsided defeat at the hands of New England. It was his first game back from an injury that kept him out in Week 4, and also his first game without a touchdown. Such was to be expected with Colt McCoy at the helm against a Patriots team that has now allowed two offensive touchdowns in five games. Along with Chris Thompson, McLaurin remains the only fantasy-relevant player on the Redskins roster when the matchup is right. Up next is the Dolphins, who do present a favorable one. Keep an ear to the ground on the Redskins' quarterback situation, as McLaurin's future value is at least somewhat dependent upon who is throwing him the ball.
Washington Redskins rookie wide receiver Terry McLaurin is active today after missing last week with a hamstring injury. His reward is a showdown with Stephon Gilmore, one of the league's best corners. Oh, and his quarterback for today is Colt McCoy, who is making his first start this season. McLaurin will be a low-end WR3 option because the Redskins figure to need to throw often, but he's not in a great situation and has a high likelihood of busting today. It's best to look elsewhere.
Washington Redskins rookie wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) is listed as questionable to play in Week 5 against the Patriots. Head coach Jay Gruden said McLaurin is probably 50-50 for Sunday and will be a game-time decision. The 'Skins need all the help they can get against New England this Sunday, but having McLaurin active probably won't a difference either way. Scary Terry is the team's best receiver so far this year, but he sat out last weekend and is up in the air again. Even as a WR4/flex in deep leagues, it's hard to recommend a less-than-100-percent McLaurin in a bad offense that will now be run by quarterback Colt McCoy.
Washington Redskins rookie wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday. It's a sign that McLaurin will be able to return this weekend after sitting out in Week 4. He's been Washington's best receiver to date through his three games, but that was with Case Keenum at quarterback. The Redskins have uncertainty at the position with Keenum injured and ineffective. It'll likely come down to either Colt McCoy or rookie Dwayne Haskins in Week 5 against a stout Patriots Defense. That's really bad news if McLaurin returns, making him a very risky WR4/flex this week.
Washington Redskins rookie wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) will be inactive for Week 4 against the Giants, according to a source. It's a big hit to Washington's offense, as the rookie has impressed with 16 catches for 257 yards and three touchdowns in three games so far. With McLaurin out, Paul Richardson, Trey Quinn and tight end Vernon Davis are in line for more work in the passing game in an excellent matchup with New York's weak secondary. Richardson becomes an interesting flex play now, especially for owners that were planning on starting McLaurin.
McLaurin is out for the Week 4 game.
Washington Redskins rookie wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) is expected to play in Week 4 against the Giants, according to sources. His injury is described as a minor pull, and the team held him out of practice this week as a precaution. McLaurin is listed as questionable for this weekend, and he's shaping up to be a risky WR3 for fantasy owners in the event he has his snaps limited. Still, it's hard to endorse benching him if he's active against an atrocious Giants secondary. If McLaurin is limited or doesn't play, Paul Richardson and Trey Quinn would see more looks.
Washington Redskins rookie wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Week 4 against the Giants, and he'll be a game-time decision. McLaurin was injured in practice this week and missed the last two days. Fantasy owners will know if he's active early on Sunday. That's the good news. The bad news is that he's now more of a risky WR3 despite the excellent matchup with the Giants burnable secondary. If he can't get the green light, Paul Richardson and Trey Quinn would be the top two wideouts, while rookies Kelvin Harmon and Steven Sims Jr. would battle for scraps with Robert Davis.
Washington Redskins rookie wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) was limited with a hamstring injury in practice on Thursday, and it's unclear if it will have a lingering impact moving forward. It's not ideal, but as long as the rookie practices again on Friday, he should suit up in Week 4 in an ideal matchup against the G-Men. Scary Terry has been the most productive rookie wideout through three weeks and appears to already be Washington's top receiver with good chemistry with quarterback Case Keenum. The Giants have allowed the most fantasy points per game (38.8) to the receiver position, giving McLaurin some WR2 upside this week if he's healthy.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin had another standout performance on Monday night against Chicago, finishing with 70 yards and a touchdown off of six receptions (eight targets). After compiling at least five catches and one score in his first three games as a professional (an NFL-first), the rookie continues to thrive on a team that isn't making many waves this season. A tough Bears Defense kept Case Keenum in check most of the night, but McLaurin was able to get it done once again, nonetheless. Keep him rolling in Week 4 against the Giants in all fantasy formats.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin has impressed in his first two NFL games, hauling in 10 of 16 targets for 187 yards and two touchdowns. His Week 3 opponent is the Bears, who just allowed Emmanuel Sanders to have his way against them last Sunday: 11 catches, 98 yards, one touchdown. Assuming it's business as usual in terms of the Redskins failing to get going on the ground, it stands to reason that Washington will be forced to throw the ball often on Monday night. McLaurin appears to be Case Keenum's favorite target early on, so even against a tough secondary, there is hope for fantasy-friendly volume. For everything the Bears do right defensively, they've been middle-of-the-pack since the beginning of last season in production allowed to opposing wide receivers. I'd exhaust all other options before considering McLaurin in the flex spot, but the potential is there on Monday night.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin hauled in five receptions on nine targets for 62 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys. He has now been targeted 16 times in Washington's first two games, the most of any Redskins wide receiver. The safe play heading into Week 2 was to exercise caution following his electrifying debut in Week 1, but now that he's posted consecutive solid outings and seen a ton of volume in an improving Redskins pass offense, it's time for McLaurin to be taken seriously in fantasy. If he's still available in your league, go get him. Just keep in mind that he's got the Bears coming to town next week, so he might not be a lock for your starting lineup right away.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin will look to repeat an impressive Week 1 performance in which he racked up 125 yards and a touchdown on five receptions. While McLaurin is the most exciting wideout in Washington at the moment, this pass offense is still collectively an unknown quantity. The Redskins aired it out considerably more often (and looked considerably better doing it) than anyone thought they would against the Eagles. We shouldn't necessarily be using that one game as a measuring stick for what to expect going forward. If McLaurin is available in your league, you can make a worse free agency move than picking him up and seeing what happens. As for starting him against the Cowboys this week, you are banking on his ceiling if you do so.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin hauled in five of seven targets for 125 yards and a touchdown on Sunday in Philadelphia. The highlight of his day was the touchdown: a 69-yard bomb from Case Keenum that put the Redskins up 17-0 early in the second quarter. It's only one game, but the production from McLaurin and the Redskins passing game as a whole is a sight for sore eyes. Washington hasn't looked this good through the air since Kirk Cousins left town. McLaurin should be a priority for fantasy owners browsing the waiver wire this week, as it's evident after Week 1 that he can be a big part of the Redskins offense.